QUIZ: Should you get a tattoo or a piercing next?

 

 

Romantic breakups are something everyone encounters at least once in their life, and despite of being so common they arena of the most underrated traumatic events that one faces. One of the major reasons behind them being underrated is the fact that they are ordinary and are often discussed that people often undermine them. Other reason can be the frequency of breakups which can make one ave an assumption that they might not be severely hurtful or damaging for a person.

It is indeed true that such relationships bring out our emotional side making it intense and often discarding are rational side. End of relationships cause an emotional reckoning because something that we hoped and expected to continue ends leaving us feel vulnerable and rejected, which eventually causes a rupture in one’s self esteem. But the deal with heartbreaks is that most people heal with time and effort. Though people handle grief differently following are a few steps which can be beneficial:

  1. Take some time off and let it out.

It is necessary to feel all your emotions instead of shutting them off or suppressing them. It’s okay to feel all those emotions no matter how intense they might be, not only is it completely normal but also healthy to feel everything. Feeling those emotions is better than not dealing with them, as suppressed emotions can often have a major outburst, often when it’s the least expected.

“She was a beautiful dreamer. The kind of girl, who kept her head in the clouds, loved above the stars and left regret beneath the earth she walked on.”
― robert m drake

“A tattoo is a true poetic creation, and is always more than meets the eye. As a tattoo is grounded on living skin, so its essence emotes a poignancy unique to the mortal human condition.”
― V. Vale, Modern Primitives: An Investigation of Contemporary Adornment and Ritual

“It occurred to me that my cheek was probably right over his tattoo. Without thinking, I lifted my face and tugged at the neckline of his T-shirt. This time, the stark black-and-gold mark wasn’t hidden. No need for that spell anymore, I guess. Still, I covered it with my palm. Archer’s hands clutched reflexively on my waist. Our eyes met. “It doesn’t burn this time,” I whispered.

His breathing was ragged. “Beg to differ, Mercer.”
― Rachel Hawkins, Demonglass

“She was broken from moment to moment, watching her world collide she felt lost inside herself. She fell apart for a passion that flamed beneath her. She waited and died a hundred times, it dripped from her pores. The moment she let go, she soared over the stillness like the star she was born to be.”
― robert m drake

“What have you done to me?”
Rhysand stood, running a hand through his short, dark hair. It’s custom in my court for bargains to be permanently marked upon flesh.”
I rubbed my left forearm and hand, the entirety of which was now covered in swirls and whorls of black ink. Even my fingers weren’t spared, and a large eye was tattooed in the center of my palm. It was feline, and its slitted pupil stared right back me.
“Make it go away,” I said, and he laughed.
“You humans are truly grateful creatures, aren’t you?”
― Sarah J. Maas, A Court of Thorns and Roses


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Do you worry about what your family will think of your modifications?

    • Kind of.
    • Totally.
    • I could care less.
    • No, I want them to not like it.
  • Question of

    Do you want work done on your face?

    • No way!
    • Well yeah.
    • Hmm, maybe, but that might be a bit extreme.
    • Yes, as well as other places.
  • Question of

    Where might you hang out?

    • A coffee shop.
    • A poetry reading.
    • At an art gallery.
    • At a club.
  • Question of

    What do you collect?

    • Comic books.
    • Books.
    • Guitars.
    • Animal skulls.
  • Question of

    What do you do if you are mad at someone?

    • I ignore them.
    • I talk to them.
    • I plot on how to get them back.
    • I scream at them.
  • Question of

    What kind of bar would you hang out at?

    • An upscale bar.
    • A brewpub.
    • A hipster bar.
    • A dive bar.
  • Question of

    Are you a good artist?

    • I think I am pretty good.
    • I’m not artistic at all.
    • Yes, I am very good.
    • I’m not really good at making art.
  • Question of

    What type of music do you like?

    • Dance.
    • Country.
    • Alternative.
    • Punk.
  • Question of

    Would you make a good social worker?

    • I think so.
    • Yes.
    • No, I don’t have the patience.
    • No, I don’t care about that stuff.
  • Question of

    Do you want something small?

    • For sure.
    • Maybe at first.
    • No way.
    • It depends.
  • Question of

    What kind of pain tolerance do you have?

    • I think I can handle pain.
    • I don’t have much.
    • I have a ton of tolerance.
    • I can handle anything, as long as it is quick.
  • Question of

    How much money do you have to spend?

    • Quite a bit.
    • Hardly any.
    • Money is no object.
    • Not much.
  • Question of

    How much do you like to freak people out?

    • Not at all.
    • A little.
    • Quite a bit.
    • A lot, it’s my favorite thing.
  • Question of

    Do you have someone to do it picked out?

    • I think so.
    • I was just going to have anyone with experience do it.
    • Yes, I have someone in mind.
    • I have a shop picked out, but not an artist.
  • Question of

    Have you had work done before?

    • Well, I have my ears pierced. Does that count?
    • Yes, I’ve had a lot of work done.
    • Yes, a little.
    • No.

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