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3 year old tattoo artist
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November 16, 2012
9:55 am
Sommersett
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He have been 'round table' about tattooing people under the age of consent, now what do you think about a 3 year old giving YOU a tattoo? She is in this link along with other interesting topics relating to body art.
http://oddstuffmagazine.com/10…..ttoos.html

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November 18, 2012
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Tattoo "Artists" are artists, looks like the tatts are simple doodles, but if you're into doodles that would be an amazing story to tell about who gave you the tattoo. :)

November 18, 2012
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I have a friend who is a tattooist and has his kids tattoo him whenever they turn 9. I think it's sweet. It's not good, but it's sweet.

November 19, 2012
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That's just adorable

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November 19, 2012
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I wonder why 9 years old? I was 10 when I got my ears pierced and I had to wait until I was 'double digits'. At 12 children are considered 'adults' in the Jewish community and that is the reason they have a Bar or Bat Mitzvah.

I thought some of the same things about this little girl, but I also wondered about the child labor laws involved.

My aunt and I plan on having art work done by our children tattooed on our bodies, but we plan on letting a professional do the tattooing part. I have a feeling it will be soon!! I have decided on one amazing creature Vivian created which is a Camel Turkey Bee Unicorn…. all combined!!

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November 19, 2012
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Certainly nothing wrong with that, if you're into the art.
That's a cool story about the friend having his kids give him tattoos at the milestone-age of 9. I wonder if he'll keep up that tradition for other milestones of life.

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November 20, 2012
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I have much less of an issue with this than children being modified, as the effects are likely to be as enduring. In fact when i have seen this it has been a tender family moment, which seems likely to be something which will have a positive effect.
A close friend has a tattoo done by his 4 year old daughter (which got featured on ModBlog).

I suppose my only concerns are for safety. I note there's no gloves here, and the girl seems minimally supervised (ie nobody guiding her hand or ready to grab her if she slips etc), but i hope that maybe it's just the pic. I'd also hope this is something as a one off for someone she has a close relationship with, such as her Father. I wouldn't want to see a 3 year old doing this regularly or for money!

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November 20, 2012
9:42 pm
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Yeah, I would definitely not want to see a child doing this for money. That's just child labor.

November 27, 2012
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Good point about child labor.
Then again, if the kid keeps all the money they make and doesn't give a percentage to their parents or whoever it is that owns the shop they're working in, is it so much different than mowing the neighbor's lawn for twenty bucks? It's certainly less physically demanding than mowing a lawn.
Whatever though. I just hope the kid keeps up with it and becomes a good artist, if that's something they want to do.

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December 16, 2012
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ive seen a few pics like this usually a father daughter thing where usually the dads a artist witch i think is adorable as for doing it for cash thats pushing it not only for the child labor but theres now way to get licensed and theres very little chance of a child of this age being able to understand the dangers of disease and i do wish they wouldve got the kid a pair of small gloves

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