Tattoos are considered art today because of the beauty and skill it takes to accomplish one. I think the reason why they weren't considered art back in the renaissance is because they didn't believe in marking your body, or were much more strict against

My grandma used to call me Simba when I was young because I was her first born grandchild (of 11). Then when my sister was born, I wanted to name her Nala, but my mom wouldn’t let me, so I settled for that as her nickname and we still call her Nala today. Hakuna matata means no worries for the rest of your days, and I like that idea.  Done by Jason in Salt Lake City

My grandma used to call me Simba when I was young because I was her first born grandchild (of 11). Then when my sister was born, I wanted to name her Nala, but my mom wouldn’t let me, so I settled for that as her nickname and we still call her Nala today. Hakuna matata means no worries for the rest of your days, and I like that idea. Done by Jason in Salt Lake City

Or better yet,  how about Leviticus 19:28?  Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the LORD.

Or better yet, how about Leviticus 19:28? Do not cut your bodies for the dead or put tattoo marks on yourselves. I am the LORD.

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