Sunday, July 31, 2011

Skull Tattoo Designs

Skull Tattoo Designs
Skulls can also be a reminder of death and bad behavior. In history, it is a symbol of victory over the enemy and a warning to the people defeated in battle. Skull Tattoo Designs are an obvious declaration of triumph.

Skulls can be drawn in various ways. Every person that chooses to have a skull tattooed on their body has a reason and meaning. They are also popular to girls who want a tattoo because not all skulls have to be demonic and masculine. It can also be in a more feminine design but many women even prefer the more demonic skull.

I like to dip my French fries in my chocolate shake at fast food joints. I also put hot sauce on everything from pizza to macaroni and cheese. What does this have to do with tattoos, you ask? Because, what one person finds appealing, another may not. Personally, I do not find skulls tattoos up to my tastes. Nevertheless, there are so many varieties of skull tattoos, and the designs, that apparently, some people DO like them! I have come across skulls etchings with strange-looking googly, cartoon eyes, as well as skulls with nothing but emptiness in the sockets. Some have been surrounded by vines and thorns (with banners of written words under the skull). Most seem to be surrounded by flames, as if the skull popped out of the blaze. (Think of Nicholas Cage in Ghost Rider!)

Some believe that a skull tattoo depicts negative connotations like a fear of the unknown, or a future full of uncertainty. It has also been suggested that it is an attempt to protect the bearer of a skull tattoo from death. I have my own theory, stemming from an experience with the bearer of a skull tattoo. His belief is closer to a simple statement: “Mess with me or what is mine, and you’re dead!” Okay, so maybe some so-called experts have overlooked an underlying intimidation factor. However, either way, there seems to be hundreds – if not thousands – of tattoo ideas in the books many tattoo shops allow customers to choose out of.

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