charl93 saidI think a lot of people have them now a days but if you enjoy it get one.
But please don't get a tattoo just because it looks nice, I think a tattoo should be placed on your body because it has a deep emotional attachment to you.
I agree with charl. This one young guy, a college student at the gym and near locker neighbor, had some very interesting tattoos. He had an incredible body and he wore the tats well but not only were they stylistically different from one another, I could tell he had designed them himself. My curiosity got the better of me so I asked him about them. Turns out he's very mixed racially and ethnically (North African & Eastern European) and each of the tats had very special meaning for him.
I think tattoos should be more than mere ornament, decoration or even fashion, which is why I've never had any. I'm Mr. Milk Toast. The ones I find most intriguing are like signs and totems that not only give off a special energy to the body and personality wearing them, they seem to be an integral part of both, as if they'd somehow be 'less' or 'naked' without them. Don't know if I'm explaining that very well.
Bottom line, it should be something very personal and integral.