#1
So, this is something I've been thinking about a lot lately. Say you're a skinny individual and you get a decent sized tattoo somewhere on your body. Fast forward five years. Said skinny person has become a complete fatass. How much does the tattoo change? Does it look horrible?
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#2
Depends on the tattoo. Words may just look sloppy and bigger, but a mural may look completely distorted.
#3
Easy solution: don't get fat.
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#4
My dad has the Union Jack on his arm. It just looks bigger.
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#5
Searchbar. Body Modification Thread. We'll be happy to help (and give informed answers)
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My dad has the Union Jack on his arm. It just looks bigger.



Is it of him and his friends circle jerking?
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#9
"Will weight gain or loss affect my tattoo?
Any tattoo can be affected by changes in size of the body, but the good news is that it's usually not that noticeable. Tattoos can be very forgiving, and if the weight gain or loss occurs slowly enough, this gives your tattoo time to "adjust". Imagine a balloon with a logo on it - I'm sure you've seen them. The logo appears essentially the same when the balloon is full as it is when it's deflated, with maybe a slight difference in depth of color. Your skin will usually not undergo as much size change as a balloon, so the changes in your tattoo should be even less visible. Your skin is very elastic and stretches and contracts without much incidence, in most cases. Stomach tattoos and pregnancy are possibly one of the exceptions, which will be discussed next. "

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#10
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Is it of him and his friends circle jerking?


Oh brilliant times. I'm gonna go find that thread and laugh.
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#11
Don't tattoo of a monkey on your belly.
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#13
Actually, the type of ink used by the person giving the tattoo is one of the main variables.

"Fusion" ink has gotten some really good and positive feedback as far as stretching and fading is concerned.
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#15
Definately get it done when ur skinny! If your a fatass they'll charge you more for the ink!
#17
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Easy solution: don't get fat.

easier solution: don't get a tattoo.
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easier solution: don't get a tattoo.


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#21
Well what about this:

What if one gets a tattoo and is already a fatass?
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#22
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Is it of him and his friends circle jerking?

Well played.
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