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shona furlough





Name: Shona



Location: Port Charlotte, FL

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Q1. Where did you get your first tattoo and do you know by who?

A. My first tattoo was done at a carnival in New York State in 1963. Right on my left forearm where God and everyone could see it. I suppose that I was a wicked girl. Thank goodness they're more acceptable now....wicked girls and tattoos both! It was done by "Sailor" somebody...I would like to think it was Sailor (I tattooed your daddy" Bill, but I'm sure it was done by someone far more generic.

Q2. What was going through your mind when you got your first tattoo?

A. I thought it was cool that I would finally have a personal decoration that wouldn't break, get lost or be stolen...a possession that was uniquely mine (never mind the fact that the artist knew the design so well...number 34 I think it was...that he didn't even need to use a stencil).

Q3. Is there a meaning behind your first tattoo and what is it if you care to share?



Q4. What is your favorite tattoo, where is it and why?

A. I think my favorite tattoo is the one on my lower back. Its a sad angel (who looks kind of like me before I got fat and old) on some roses (which are a cover-up) with the life/death reversible tattoo below it all. I drew and designed her myself. In essence, I feel she represents me...I am often sad and feel alone, I still love my roses....beautiful but and death pretty much sums it up... and since ink spreads (like everything else grrrrr) on me we did it with a single needle so there's a little pain factor involved too. I guess its just a
pretty well rounded tattoo!

Q5. What advice can you give people who are looking to get ink for the first time?

A. Please think about what you're getting before you make the choice to permanently alter your body. Of course cover-ups can change a lot of things....but to go into a tattoo with the mindset that if you hate it later on you can change it is just WRONG!

Q6. Any Additional Comments

A. I'm giving an artists interview as well so look for me there!

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