HOODLUM HIGH: Here’s a Tattoo Section Straight Out of a High School Yearbook


They’re not just for the indigenous, gang members, sailors, and prisoners anymore.

No, they’re perfectly acceptable – and even embraced and shared in yearbooks – in public high schools across the country.

This info came to light in a Reddit post that features a yearbook page of students’ tattoos under the headline, “J[us]t showin’ off our ink…”

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Among the tats featured are a butterfly, a cross, and the ever-popular “69.”

That last one’s just so sweet!

A kid that loves math.

Huh…That’s not math?

How trashy!

Behold the future of the U.S.!



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