Added by Jessica Mazzone
on May 18, 2014
This documentary explores the changing of opinions of tattoos over time. Five different subjects are interviewed about tattoos they got when they were 18, 19…
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This is really well edited. Everyone else is commenting about their
tattoos, but I want you to know that someone sees and respects the amount
of work and time you put into just making this documentary. Your audio
levels are close to perfect. Nothing is too hot or noticeably level pumping
due to compression. I’m guessing you have a boom op? What did you shoot on?
20yo, regretting my work I got when I was 19. This doc is so true. Wait.
I wonder what dolphins have done to that woman since she got her tattoo.
Dear white people,
DON’T GET FUCKING TRIBAL!!! WHAT FUCKING TRIBE ARE YOU FROM??? YOUR
EUROPEAN!!!! sincerely another white person that has tattoos I don’t regret
choose your tattooists more carefully love!!
I’m 18 and I have a large tattoo on my back, I don’t think I will regret it
really because of the meaning behind it but I do agree that a lot of people
just go to shops and pick random stuff out of books which kinda makes me
mad, that would be fine if it was for research of the artist but I would
never go in and pick a tattoo that day… seems kinda silly to me
pussies, tattoos are about self evolution. we all grow, and have past. You
can’t erase your history but, I guess you can a tattoo that reminds you who
you were and how much you have evolved as a person. Seems weird to me I’d
never get any of mine removed been getting them since I was 18.. never
regret one of them.
The intro and outro made the piece seem unprofessional (until the
documentary itself started). Just a tip, great work otherwise. Interesting
Seems the general consensus is it takes some living before finding a symbol
that can really stay with you without regret, this was cool!
Plebs with pleb tattoos
Sunflowers and infinity symbols… You will definitly regret that. Get
yourself a nice Sailor Jerry design and you will be proud for life.
My general rule is if you come up with a tattoo idea that you really want,
make yourself wait at least a year. If you still love the idea as much
after a year, then go for it. Gives you time to change your mind and save
up money for it so that if you do still want to get it, at least you’ll
have enough money to get a good quality one. But that’s just me.
Very nice. Easy to chew. I don’t really like the gradient on the End
credits and Start.
tattoo DON’TS –
DON’T ever get a name tattooed on your body except those of your kids.
even a best friend can turn on you. and lovers are notorious for upping
and leaving. I wouldn’t even recommend getting a tattoo of the name of a
rock band or celebrity; suppose some where down the line these people do
some thing stupid, controversial or that goes against your political
beliefs or moral ideals. remember – you don’t know what celebrities are
REALLY like or who they REALLY are as people.
DON’T get a tattoo of some thing really stupid.
DON’T get a tattoo just to get back at some one or out of blind rebellion.
DON’T get a tattoo out of anger or be cause you’re in one of those angry,
DON’T get a tattoo when you’re drunk or stoned.
and what ever you DO get, make sure you seriously think about it for at
least a month be fore committing it to your body. make absolutely sure
it’s some thing you think you can live with – for EVER.
I personally think NO one should get a tattoo until they are at least 30
years of age. by the time you’re 30, you’re a little more mature and not
quite as impulsive as a younger person. and generally speaking, by the
time one is in their 30’s, they’re a little more settled in life and a
little more able to consider the consequences of what they do.
they’re more able to think ahead than younger people, who, while they are
capable of thinking ahead, generally brush off any future consequences.
younger people are more susceptible to getting caught up in the moment
which can result in making rash decisions, where as an older person can put
the brakes on rash thinking and give careful consideration to what ever it
is they want to do and then decide accordingly.
circle of penises hahaha
I’m 26 and have been getting tattoos since I was 18, yet to feel any