Perfect! (: Be sure to send in a picture.
Very good point. So, when’s a good time of year to not be outside much—that way you can be sock and shoe-less—but also a time where you won’t have to wear socks/shoes that will rub when you do have to go outside? How about springtime? Then, you can wear flipflops, the sun won’t be too intense, you won’t have to worry about socks, and… Yeah.
Probably during the late-fall/early winter that way you aren’t going be outside in the sun in sandals or going swimming.
Any other input? (I’m not 100% sure, so if anyone else knows for sure, share your wisdom. <3)
I have a friend that wanted her tattoo when she was 16/17, so she made a PowerPoint presentation—no joke. It worked.
Anyone else have any advice?
Thank you! (:
Hope this helps, anon.
Anyone have any input?
I’m not sure what you’re asking…
My first tattoo - not my last tattoo, and probably not my last Harry Potter tattoo, either. <3
Hey, anyone have any suggestions?
Yes, you can certainly submit again. We accept multiple submissions (as long as they aren’t the same). (:
Thank you so much! This is very helpful.
My first tattoo: “There’s more to living than being alive”. Band: Anberlin, song: Alexithymia.
I’ve wanted to get this tattoo since 8th grade. That was the first song I’ve heard of my most favorite band. But the meaning is deeper, because I always think and agree with this quote.
Parlor: Hearts of Gold Tattoo
Location: Vancouver, WA
Deathly Hallows with “The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death.”
I can only say Harry Potter isn’t just a symbol of something I love. Many people say the series was there when they needed most. But HP is more than that to me. Harry Potter is a symbol of my life, a symbol of growing up, living, learning, and so much more. Potterhead for life (:
Parlor: Body Language Tattoo
Location: Cheney, WA