I’M CON­TEM­PLAT­ING INK FOR THE FIRST TIME – WHAT’S THE GQ POL­ICY ON TAT­TOOS?

GQ (Australia) - - SOURCE -

“If you han­ker for the preTrevor Noah wit of The Daily Show, this whip-smart anal­y­sis of how cur­rent events are pack­aged and pre­sented to the pub­lic will stim­u­late, en­trance and oc­ca­sion­ally en­rage. Its cov­er­age of US pol­i­tics is sec­ond to none.”

Richard Clune, deputy editor CALLAN, VIA EMAIL

Like a drive-though Ve­gas wed­ding, get­ting a tatt is one of the most fraught im­pulse pur­chases of all time – which is why you find so many par­lours next to bars. Still, if you must re­sem­ble a lesser char­ac­ter from the rules are no necks, be able to cover it by a sleeve or shirt at will, and con­tent will need to have sig­nif­i­cance FOR­EVER. So, de­sign some­thing per­sonal if you must – and keep things in your na­tive tongue. Ask Becks (or ev­ery other Bali-vis­i­tor from Perth) why.

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