Dating tatooed girls

She also has no problem committing to the lifelong promise of having some ink on her skin, which probably means she is committed in other ways too. She'll leave scratch marks on your back and bite marks on your shoulder.

A gal who is all tatted up, most likely isn’t a type-A conventional priss.

Which means she prrrrrobably isn’t conventional in other ways too.

It was a silly little thing: A daisy on the inside of my ankle.

Of those 40%, almost half have more than one tattoo. These ladies usually aren’t afraid to commit to one thing and stick to it. then mayyybe that’s a different story.) They live life on their own terms. They’re confident in who they are and aren’t afraid to really show it. Tattooed and modified ladies are normally accepting of all looks and body types because they understand what it’s like to want to look different than the norm.

While still not the norm, tattoos are now more accessible and commonplace than ever. These ladies have sometimes withstood hours and hours of a needle dragging across their skin. Counting and asking about all of the hidden ones under the sheets makes for some really great pillow talk (And 70% of millennials with tattoos report that their work is hidden under their clothes). They’re open-minded and unabashed about their life and bodies.

It sets her apart; it makes her different; it makes her .

What ever it is that she decided to permanently brand onto her skin, obviously means a lot to her.Some of her tattoos could just be aesthetically pleasing, but some have deeper meaning.Once you get to know her, you’ll probably get the story on ‘em.She has a voice, an opinion, and personal expression.She wears her ink on her sleeve, and her heart on her skin; she'll probably open up pretty quickly.According to Pew Research Center, nearly 40% of American teenagers and 20-somethings have a tattoo.


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