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BB’s Tattoo Parlor

Some students have fun with fake tattoos, others get the real thing.

BACK UP: Brenna Battleson gives Kambel Jenkins a taste of the tattooing experience.

Brenna Battleson, staff writer

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Can you have tattoos at our school? Many people I asked believed you cannot, but you actually can. You can sport any tattoo you feel like as long as it isn’t vulgar or showing violence as defined by student handbook. Of course, to get one in the first place, you will need your parent or guardian’s permission.

The State of Wyoming states you cannot receive a tattoo unless you are 18 years of age or older without parents permission. The owner of a personal Tattoo Parlor still has the choice of the youngest age they will give tattoos if you are younger than 18, even with parent permission.

 

In a class activity definitely not approved by the instructor, some brave MS staff received experimental, temporary ink images, just to try it out.

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