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Ask Amy How To Handle "Mom, I Want A Tattoo"

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Ask Amy How To Handle "Mom, I Want A Tattoo"

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Ask Amy How To Handle "Mom, I Want A Tattoo"

Ask Amy How To Handle "Mom, I Want A Tattoo"

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There are a few discussions between parents and teenagers that are so common they've become iconic. One such conversation is the one that starts with "Mom, I want a tattoo."

Chicago Tribune advice columnist Amy Dickinson has advice for those of you dealing with kids who want tattoos. Tell us: Has your son or daughter broached the subject? How did you handle it?