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My husband and I have had tattooed wedding rings for almost 20 years. They are not as distinct as they once were, but they are still okay. I would do it again, but I might choose a simpler design. When people see them, there are two responses. They either say something like, "That's so cool/sweet/romantic" or they say, "What happens if you get a divorce?" To the people in the latter category I always say that THEY should not get their wedding bands tattooed.

If for any reason my husband was no longer in my life, a tattoo would be the least of my difficulties. I can't imagine loving someone enough to marry them and being put off by such an important symbol of their history. It could be dealt with in many ways.
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As someone who grew up in the South, I can also say that I have never heard anyone call a roof a ruff. However, there is a common pronunciation that is somewhere in between the two. It would be like the vowel sound in "took."
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This is not genuine. It's a marketing ploy by the Teenage Mutant NInja Turtles. If you watch closely you can see that the hand never changes position when you see it in close up. The painting changes drastically throughout, as well.
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I guess he hasn't physically hurt anyone yet. His flying skills are questionable so it is highly possible that he could "crash land" into someone's car or house. If I was his mother I would be a bit more worried about him getting hurt in the course of his apprehension by the authorities.
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When I was a kid I wanted to be a Weeki Wachee mermaid almost as much as I wanted to be a Native American princess. Then I found out how cold the water was. And then my sister told me I had to be born Native American.
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When I took the SAT a million years ago I found a math problem that had no right answer as an option. I just assumed I was doing it wrong and moved on. Then some smarty pants got all over the news for finding an error on the SAT. I guess it's all about having the courage and the ego to stand up and point it out.
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