Tattoo Missteps: An American Singer’s Candid Confessions at 20

Sara has many tattoos on her body.

Sharing about body tattoos was posted by Sara (36 years old, USA) on her personal page with 39,000 followers.

“Imagine you used to wear a shirt when you were in your 20s, and now you have to wear it for the rest of your life. That’s how I felt tattooed before being a real person. maturity,” she said.

The female KOL added that there are many reasons why she questions her tattoos, but mainly because they no longer fit the aesthetic style, according to Ladbible .

Sara didn’t realize the seriousness of getting tattoos in her 20s – when she wasn’t fully aware of “who she was”.

Sara advises young people who are intending to get a tattoo to consider carefully.

“At the moment, not all tattoos accurately reflect who I am. They may reflect a certain moment of my twenties, maybe a time when I was in a bad mood, but they are. stay on the skin forever”.

However, Sara has no intention of removing these tattoos anytime soon and admits she can’t even if she wanted to.

She added that although all the artists who designed and tattooed her are very talented, she would prefer if she didn’t have them on her body.

Finally, the 36-year-old shares some experiences and advice for people in their 20s who are considering getting a tattoo.

“Now that I’m older and regret my tattoos, maybe you will too. I wish someone had told me these things before.”

Under Sara’s post, many followers also shared an unforgettable experience related to tattoos.

“I am 29 years old and have many tattoos done between 19 and 23. I also regret many of these because of the aesthetics,” one person commented. Another toldaout her husband having a tattoo of a mouse and an ex-girlfriend on his body.

“I’m 20 years old: ‘Every tattoo has its own meaning’. Me now: flamingo tattoo and shrimp cocktail on my arm,” another wrote.

Youth is uncertain and prone to fall

Transparent Blue is the debut work of Ryu Murakami, which won the prestigious Akutagawa Prize in 1976, bringing the author’s name to the forefront of contemporary Japanese literature. This hysterical book follows the character Ryu and his group of friends, whom the author describes as having almost no purpose in life. The novel has almost no plot, but just like a slice, a sequence, a montage of lost, frantic and almost barbaric youth. Through that dark and violent scene, Ryu Murakami portrays the heart of a class of Japanese youth at one time: uncertain and prone to fall.

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