What would the guys do if I were getting my first tattoo that day? (And they went with me)
Imagine Your Dream Daddy Going With You to Get Your First Tattoo
Joseph - Joseph would hold your hand and rub it softly. He would ask you about the meaning of the tattoo and why you would want to get it as a way of keeping you distracted from the pain.
Mat - Mat would roll up is jacket and show you his arm sleeve tattoo. He’d tell you about it and when he added on to it. He’d try to keep your attention on him rather than the tattoo artist.
Brian - Brian would talk to you the whole time it was going on. He’d talk to you about fishing and just things that interested the both of you while the artist worked. When the tattoo was done he’d hugged you carefully not to hurt you and tell you it wasn’t so bad.
Craig - Criag would mention that a little run would help keep your mind off the soreness as the tattoo heals. He is sure you don’t believe him, but he continues to try and sell this point to you. Once your tattoo is done, for the next few days he jogs with you to keep you company while it heals.
Hugo - Hugo would tell you about how a doctor, Daniel Forquet, in the 1890s wrote about the medical tattooing practices during Ancient Egypt. He would than go to explain the markings found on female mummies at the Deir el-Bahari site. It’s an interesting topic so you listen to him which makes for a nice distraction.
Damien - Damien would talk about tattoos during the Victorian Era. He’d enthusiastically tell of the fine art and time that went into the people of the era’s ink and how they ranged from animals like birds, dogs, and fish to people like natives and military leaders. He tells that we most commonly think of the Victorian Era as well-do individuals with foreboding expressions, but even they had their own tattoos.
Robert - Robert would probably make up some story on how he lost someone dear to him to a tattoo accident. He’d make it really deep and scary, but when he realized he actually scared you a bit… he’d admit he was just messing with you and go onto say that tattooing was safer than some forms of entertainment most people partake in. While his story was not one you’d would have liked to hear it did keep you from focusing on the tattooist so all in all it worked.
~ Mod Joseph