My mom said she’d kill me if I did..

My mom said she'd kill me if I did..

I want to get a tattoo and my mom said she’d kill me if I did.

I honestly believe she would.

6 Comments on “My mom said she’d kill me if I did..

  1.  by  Lulu

    my mom said the same and i was so afraid for many years…finally i got one..hide it for 2 years and when she discovered it she was really angry but now she is fine.
    she is your mom, she loves you and will accept it…its a form of expressing your individuality

  2.  by  Kelly

    I got a tattoo and hid it from my parents for 2 years because I was afraid of what their reaction would be. When they finally found out, they didn’t even care.

  3.  by  Hamidah

    LOVE the stripes with the lepaord flats! You’re so great styling all your stripes! I also think your tattoo advice is very smart. I don’t have any myself, but am really glad I didn’t get any when I was younger and thinking about it, because I (like many women in their 30s and 40s) would regret having one now. They are cute when you’re young, and running around in minis and cutoffs—but so many girls in their late teens and early 20s can’t envision the day they may not look so cute—like in a wedding dress or a business suit. And the other thing young women don’t realize is how much they WILL change between 20 and age 30. You can’t imagine it, but you look back at what you did and wore at, say, 24, and sometimes you just can’t believe it.I applaud you for putting the advice out there.GRIT & GLAMOUR recently posted..

  4.  by  Kelly

    My parents told me the same thing, I hid mine for more than 3 years. Its a tiny butterfly on my shoulder. They were a little upset, but we didn’t even argue about it. And Lamont, mine is far from skanky.

  5.  by  Jennifer

    My mom said getting a tattoo was worse than sex before marriage (even though sex before marriage = hell in here eyes). She doesn’t like either of my tattoos, but she still loves me. Ironically, my mother-in-law, father-in-law, and sister-in-law all have tattoos and she’s fine with it. Oh, the fact that I got married and had kids retroactively makes living in sin fine, even though I’m not sorry about it. Parents are weird. If you’re an adult and not living with mom, do what you want.

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