Dear 100 Hour Board,
Hypothetically speaking, if President Monson were to come out in the next General Conference and say that all members of the church were now expected to get a tattoo, what tattoo would you get?
I'd kind of want to get one on the inside of my forearm that says "Our ultimate challenge in life is to give up what is good for what is better."
And then I'd get white ink tally marks on my ankle that look like this:
I get sick of things so quickly that a tattoo would be a terrible idea. In fact, I almost took my earrings out multiple times during the post-pierced-let-them-heal stage because I was just so sick of looking at the same earrings every day for months.
However, if I did decide to get a tattoo and could be sedated for the process (or just pass out, I would probably pass out seeing the needle), I would get the words "Love you!" on the inside of my wrist in my mom's handwriting. She has beautiful handwriting and it's always a good reminder.
And I'd get it done in Thailand because it's way cheaper there and, hey, trip to Thailand! But I'd bring my own needles because I know how those tattoo artists roll.
-Marguerite St. Just
An equilateral triangle on my left shoulder.
A potato, just above my ankle.
I think I would like to get a tree of some sort across my left shoulder blade.
In all likelihood, I would get something in white ink behind my ear. Perhaps a cool looking flower or the line "be curious, not judgmental" in flowy handwriting. Then I could invent earrings that glow with black light and pull my hair up and it would look awesome!
The Soulful Ginger (who, let's be honest, is way too cheap to get a real tat anyways and would probably stick with henna or sparkly Disney princess tattoos from Wal-Mart.)
I'd probably get something like one of these. Different image (not totally sure what), same style.