Another thing, anon, how do you know that my tattoo of my grandmother is my only modification that holds personal significance or meaning? That was pretty presumptuous.

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Anonymous:
How would you respond to someone saying everything about you isn't really you? As in your piercings and tattoos are all aesthetic and don't represent you you are. (albeit you're tattoo of your grandmother is personal and represents you.) But how is it that you chose to create this completely different you from who you were? I don't mean this as offensive or bullying anyway. I'm just curious about people who opt for such things as piercings and tattoos. :)

I’m sorry, I don’t really know how to respond to this. I think that the way I choose to modify my body does represent who I am and I am self created in that way.

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