Tattoos, 1Zumba!

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Hello my dear 1Zumba friend, how’re you doing these days? Enjoying yourself? I guess you must be. This is, at least, how I feel, which is really great so I can ask you to inspire me!¬†ūüėÄ

I never thought that there are¬†laws when it comes to¬†tattoos. For some reason, I was under¬†the impression that anyone can go to any¬†tattoo-shop, choose a¬†tattoo¬†shape, then an¬†artist would carry out with the requested shape, and that’s it.

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Guess what we found: “There is no Federal Law in the United States concerning body modification so each state sets it‚Äôs rules and regulations.¬†
Minor : means anyone under the age of 18 in most states, these states have different ages at which people are still minors:

  • Alabama- 19
  • Arkansas-¬†18 or graduation from high school, whichever is later
  • Delaware- 19
  • Mississippi- 21
  • Nebraska- 19
  • Nevada-¬†18, or if still in high school at 18, 19 or graduation, whichever comes sooner
  • Ohio-¬†18 or graduation from high school, whichever comes first
  • Tennessee-¬†18 or graduation from high school, whichever is later
  • Utah-¬†18 or graduation from high school, whichever is earlier
  • Wisconsin-¬†18, or if still in high school at 18, 19 or graduation, whichever comes sooner”

tt6So there is a legal status for tattooing in each state, and it has legal Restrictions on Tattooing & Body Modification by State, Form of Parent/Guardian Consent, Minimum Age (with parent/guardian consent), Licensing & Regulation, Area of Law/Type of Penalty, Intoxicated/Impaired Individuals, Relevant Statute(s) and Rules, n Notes & Exceptions. More

It’s an art, but it’s for some people [We asked a 100 individuals from different backgrounds] it meant more for them:

  • Renee G.: So depressing, I feel the creeps, when I see one.
  • Mitesh K.: Communicating something even if it was an invitation to drus or to a black world
  • Lee S.: Not right to play with the Creator’s body. We should preserve our bodies and take good care of it.
  • Durate M.: against nature & my kids are not allowed to do this.
  • Abu Youssef R.: a change, could happen for many reasons.
  • tt4Christiane R.: hookers’ trends nothing else.
  • Andre C.: ¬†it reflects strong relationships, in many cases.
  • Parker P.: criminals stamps, in prisons, they are used to classify the type of crimes they did.
  • Kari M.: it gives me the feeling that someone is bored ¬†or unemployed.
  • Alyne G.: honestly, i avoid them.
  • Romania P.: not normal thinking, for deviant people.
  • Ivan B.: Showing closeness, or love for someone else, the tattoo may represent that.
  • Nova M.: Under the influence, or intoxicated in a desperate moment, one can do it.
  • Judith N.: Night life type of person.
  • Moncef H.: hard times,¬†no happiness in it.
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  • Li A.: not the right mood.
  • Hasan K: imitating someone, or¬†showing loyalty.¬†
  • Katy N.: showing not available in the market anymore for someone else to love or marry.
  • Smith G.: committed to someone.
  • Geary B.: carelessness towards others’ opinions.
  • Gallant S.: superficial, not serious person, or shallow-thinker.
  • Smart A.: copycat, haha!

My dear 1Zumba friend, how about you? Can you add your opinion to this list, about how you think of having a tattoo, and what this means to you, to see someone with an apparent tattoo on his/her/hx* body?

So about the new invention, which is happened to be related to tattoos, there has been a new 3 dimensions printing machines. See how’s that gonna change a lot of things! More¬†It’s becoming hard to keep up with all these new inventions, isn’t it?!

Until we talk again about weight loss, send all your comments n suggestions, and always remember us, as we always remember you. Here’s my hugs n kisses ‚̧

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* For any other gender, who doesn’t want to be associated with s/he.

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4 thoughts on “Tattoos, 1Zumba!

      1. Sure, it’s true. It’s proportional matter, and people hardly agree on its measurements, or criteria. It goes even further away to consider the beauty of the soul, rather than the features of the human being. ūüôā

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