Interestingly enough, I've been going through the bulletins on the main page and saw one about a member wanting to get a tattoo. Reading through there were some that said "make sure it's something meaningful." Others say it doesn't have to be meaningful. It can be just cause. So as people who have experienced their time under the machine, what are your beliefs towards the whole "meaningful" tattoo? Do you have meaning behind yours? Or are they out of the fact that you wanted to feed your need for some ink?
As it goes for me, unless you have some good way of removing a tattoo (i.e a laser removal machine at your disposal) then I would say take a lot of time to think about what you want. Meaning isn't really the main concern to me. It's all about if you go down the road five to ten years lets say and go, "Ya know, this probably wasn't the best of choices for a tattoo." A lot of my tattoos are done for the sheer fact that I designed them out that way so I was satisfied with them. No regrets. No downright doubt. Just was made sure it was I who did them. That's all I cared about.
What about the rest of you lot?