In some other countries, it’s an honor to have a tattoo like that as a child. America isn’t one of them, and since it’s unacceptable here, why judge another country’s tradition?
Uhm, BB, those aren’t tribal markings signifying a rite of passage to manhood – that’s a D-bag sleeve you’d commonly see on the Jersey Shore.
If that’s real then the tat will be more faded by the time he’s 30.
Looks shopped for some reason
That is because that is not a child. He is a very small, young-looking adult.
Airbrush people!! You can see smudges below below his nipple where it’s been wiped and re-done, if it were a real tattoo there would be a lot of redness involved.
Yeah just a little.
But hey, at least they chose something cool looking.
Those who have been tatooed will recognize the smudges as a result of the artist continually wiping off the excess ink. If it’s shopped they did a great job adding that little detail.
It’s painted on him, hence the smudges.
Stay classy, Third World.
I think it looks pretty awesome! And hey, it’s painted/airbrushed on~ …. and if not, I’m honestly a bit jealous <_<
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