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Actually, your blood thickens: alcohol dehydrates you, which is why you are so thirsty the next morning.
Nice try, though.
Thank you, Denicos.
hmmm...not really. Ink artists will not tattoo bc of the thinning of the blood that can cause problems. But your blood thickens as the alcohol wears off..
As alcohol first enters your blood stream, your blood will be slightly thinner (lower blood pressure) but that is only due to the fact that your body will instantly begin to fight the presence of alcohol. The more you drink the longer it takes. In order for your body to remove the alcohol which is actually a poison to your body, it must carry it out with water. As the water level in your body drops as you urinate and breath it out, your blood pressure will elevate as you blood will thicken.
Thanks Mayo Clinic
You're still young. If you don't stay consistently toned, you stretch your skin by gaining and losing muscle/weight and as your skin loses elasticity with age and you end up with flappy skin. You may have noticed older or former fat people with "batwings"--does any tat look good on those? I know a toned guy (well driller, marine vet in his 30's) with a formerly beautiful dragon tattoo that lost most of its color. He works a lot in the sun but wears sunscreen and does tons of skincare. I'd call him a metrosexual if I weren't afraid of getting my ass kicked.
Bottom line: it sucks getting old--your tattoos get ugly.
Color will fade. It's always a good idea to get a touch up on the tattoo every now and then.
Anyone else hoping Kaep wins the Super Bowl MVP just so this racist douche cries about it?
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