Thanks to the Danica Patrick photograph in the Sports Illustrated, tattoos are the talking point again. She has a tattoo that was digitally removed from her photograph in the swimsuit issue of the magazine. Sports Illustrated acknowledged doing that. Though I see no wrong in either keeping it or removing it or whatever, I suddenly found people in the office have a heated debate over the issue.
The camp was, as always, divided. Some supported it, some didn’t. The tattoo freaks feel it was an insult to the art of tattoos! Now that is stretching it a little too far, don’t you think. I mean it’s okay if you feel possessive about your body-art but the person whose snap was taken has every right to keep it or scrap it off. I was really amused to see these responsible, otherwise serious individuals, go bonkers over what I think is a trivial topic.
Are you into tattoos and body-art? Would you be comfortable flaunting them in snapshots? Write to me!