Yay or nay to preserving a loved one's tattoos after death?
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Yay or nay to preserving a loved one's tattoos after death?

It's actually now becoming an increasingly common request from people in their final weeks.

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Preserving the memory of your loved ones usually involves having images of them hanging on the wall or an urn containing their ashes. But can you imagine keeping their skin showing off their tattoos? Do you think it's a good idea?

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Apparently, it has become a thing, and the process itself takes about three months to complete.

Damon shared his thoughts on the matter on Tuesday's edition of the show. 

"For me, it's too weird. Perhaps a photograph would be a cool way to remember them but to have this on my CD rack at home. Hmm. I'm not too sure," said Damon.

Would you opt for preserving your partner's tattoos or would you keep things old school with a simple funeral burial and images of your loved ones in a photo album?

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