If you’re one of the many who got a coal miner tattoo on your arm this week, you may be wondering what the hell is going on.
There are some people who have been getting the coal miner on their arms since the 1970s, but there are no definitive numbers.
The issue has been raised by some as a potential sign of health problems.
“I was going to get an arm tattoo but they said they can’t do it,” said Ashley Riddell, a 25-year-old Pennsylvania coal miner who got her coal miner tattoos at a local tattoo shop.
I am a little bit of a freak,” Riddoll said.
While there are plenty of other things on your body that you can get a tattoo of, there’s no way to know for sure if your tattoo is a symptom of a real health problem.
And there’s nothing in the National Health Interview Survey that asks you to name your tattoos.
It’s a good idea to ask around and look at your local tattoo parlor, though, if you don’t want to get caught up in the controversy.
You can get an accurate picture of your health status by visiting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website and typing in your zip code.
If your zip codes are more than 40 miles apart, you might be able to get a more accurate picture by visiting an online health insurance provider.
At least that way, you won’t have to worry about getting caught up on the debate about whether or not tattoos should be banned in general.