However, I’ve now given the question of the tattoo craze some serious thought and, peering through my long-range binoculars, I reckon we’ll reach peak tattoo around 2025. This was in 1898, when the aristocracy of Europe had got into inking their skins in a big way.
“Now that I’m all grown up and no longer driving up the price of bad tchotchkes in Old Sacramento, I’ve graduated on to the next-level hustle — making people laugh,” she writes. Much of the book is focused on Amy’s relationship with her parents, who seem like pretty complicated people.The 26-year-old Thinking Out Loud hitmaker began dating hockey player Cherry Seaborn in 2015 and the couple, who now live together, recently decided to cement their romance even further by becoming pet parents."I'm really secure now, we live together and we have cats, and I think when you have cats that's kind of it," he told BBC Radio 2.When normal, middle-class people started getting three-inch long dragons on their shoulders, back in the early '00s, I thought we’d peaked.When they started having huge Celtic-inspired designs across their chests in 2007, I thought we’d peaked.