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tattoo poll (asking)


as I was lying in bed unable to sleep last night, I reflected on tattoos and even though I rather want "gender abolitionist" to be my first one, I also want to get something SOON and it's just become high-backed shirts weather :-< since I've moved "gender abolitionist" to my back, my right wrist has no tattoo planned, and I had a new idea (or two) and I want to know:

which one would provoke more questions?

"Ask!" in large letters just above the bend of my wrist
13(68.4%)
a string around the back of my wrist with a tag dangling onto my hand, on it 'printed' the words "ASK ME"
6(31.6%)


also, which design idea do you like more? the word on the wrist or the tag on the hand?

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Comments
phoenixdreaming ══╣╠══
The word, definitely! The tag has real appeal but it would be very difficult to keep it visible - I think the tattoo is more likely to speak your mind.
samwhise ══╣╠══
Personally, I'd be more likely to ask about the tag - I'd assume the word was a reminder to yourself, not an invitation for someone else.
frecklestars ══╣open╠══
I think the word "ask" conveys both your gender abolitionist views, as well as embodying (quite literally!) your [endearing] curiosity.
delicatexflower ══╣cute. zooey -daydreamer.╠══

i prefer ask to be the bracelet instead of "ask me" but whatever you choose will be lovely! make sure to take pics of the experience :)
clown_frog ══╣╠══
I prefer the tattoo, as a design idea. Have you an idea of the font? Exactly like that "Ask!" with the exclamation mark and the capital A? And do you mean the top of the wrist(the hairier side)? Above the bend means the arm side of the bend rather than the hand side, is that right? I like the idea :-)
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