Tattooed teens: Dani Grant

Grant says every time she looks at her tattoo she thinks of her mom

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Sydney Byerly, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Tattoos used to be seen as unprofessional and something only guys in biker gangs would have. However, the stigma has essentially evaporated as more and more teens get tattooed. 

What is the significance of your tattoo?

“I’ll talk about the one on my side. It says Love You More with a daisy in my moms handwriting because she always says love you more to me no matter what.”

Would you get another one?

“I would totally get another tattoo.”

Where and when did you go to get your tattoo?

“I got it last year and went to Uncle Bob’s in Clarksville.”

Some advice would be to absolutely know that that’s the tattoo you want and to get something with meaning.”

— Senior Dani Grant

How well do you know your tattoo artist?

“I didn’t know my artist that well but she told me all about her before I got my tattoo and she made sure I was comfortable before I allowed her to start.”

Did you always know that you wanted to get a tattoo?

“I’ve pretty much always wanted a tattoo.”