Question by : What do you think of an FMA Transmutation Circle tattoo?
I want to get a tattoo of a transmutation circle from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist. Usually, I would just design my own tattoo but I love how intricate, symmetrical, and balanced they are. I want to get the same one and the same size as the picture link below on my shoulder blade
also, how much would one of those cost me?
Answer by Truth
A tattoo of a transmutation circle from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist symbolizes that the person wearing it is impulsive, makes poor decisions, would not be a good employee, or a good spouse, or a good mother or father. A tattoo of a transmutation circle from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist, or any tattoo, symbolizes that there is “something wrong” with the person who has it, and the tattoo is a walking advertisement to “stay away if you care about yourself”. A tattoo of a transmutation circle from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist symbolizes the person is a risk taker, did poorly in school, and is sexually promiscuous. A tattoo of a transmutation circle from the anime Fullmetal Alchemist means they are more likely to have an STD, and will infect you if you allow them too. Tattoos are an urban blight. They are ugly, like graffiti. Like graffiti, they lower the quality of the environment. Tattoos lower the quality of life for everyone who has to look at them, defacing the body of the person foolish or degraded enough to get one. There is an 80% chance you will regret it in your lifetime. The regret starts after you start to notice how people react to you. Many people will look at you with disgust, for tattoos are offensive to many, many people. A tattoo is little better than a cartoon—you can’t get a good quality drawing on the human skin. It will deface your body like ugly graffiti defaces a public building. Your chances of getting a good job will be greatly diminished—most companies will not hire you since your tattoo will be seen as offensive to other workers. The majority of western people get tattooed when young and their decision making process is not yet matured. Youth tends to be impulsive. Young people are still developing and they need to be very careful in making important, permanent decisions. The reasons young people get tattooed are not mature (i.e. they want people to notice them, they want to pretentiously “honor” someone in a way that will attract notice, they want to pretentiously present some “deep” quotation on their skin in the hope that people will think they too are “deep”, they are rebelling against their parents or society, they are conforming to what they think are social norms, they are unable to see ahead and view the negative results of their actions, etc.)
The cost of a tattoo is beyond calculation, and can not be measured in the dollars you pay the tattoo predator. The real cost is, a lifetime of regret.God bless.
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