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Body Art: Well, whether or not

So I went to a wedding last weekend, were beautiful dresses, shoes were beautiful, but everyone in the party briday body art. Maybe something for generations, but when I see tattoos, especially on women, especially when women are dressed, the first thing I think is Eeww.

Then I was wandering around the internet and saw this picture. Kat Vod D is to promote the opening of the new pictures in West Hollywood. Here is a bangin body, beautiful face, great clothes and great shoes. I understand the reason for Kats tats(tee hee) is a part of its self-promotion, but the ink body just detracted attention from her outfit.

I said that my daughter 50 years, nurses in the facilities will be sniggering about tramp stamps, full sleeves and boob / chest tattoos on the 80-year-old patient. She just rolled her eyes at me.

So, what do you think? Is attractive body art? Do Distractive

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