It’s a simple question, but it’s one which comes with a very real meaning.
As a country we’re often asked if it’s ok to get a new tattoo.
The answer is often yes, but not always.
In many ways, we’ve come to appreciate the power of tattoos, and we’re willing to go to the extreme to keep our individuality alive.
It’s why, despite our love of art and fashion, many people prefer to keep their identities hidden.
That’s why in 2017 we decided to bring you a list of the best and most tattooed players in the world.
The Top 10Tattoos in the WorldIt’s no secret that football is the best form of recreation for most people.
The footballers of today are some of the most successful in the game’s history, but they have their fair share of scars.
The following 10 players are all winners of the tattooing community.
Ajax goalkeeper Tim Krul has a tattoo on his neck that reads: “F**k the f**k, I’m going to make the biggest mistake ever”.
It’s an homage to his goal against Bayern Munich in the Champions League semi-final, and he says it was one of the toughest decisions he ever made.
The Spanish forward has also got a tattoo representing his hometown of Barajas, which reads: ‘I am Barajás’.
The Argentine goalkeeper Pedro, who is known as “La Pedro”, also has a unique tattoo which reads ‘La Barajáse’, which translates to “my home”.
He said: “My tattoos are very personal, they have nothing to do with the game, they’re just for me.
I love them for what they represent.”
Argentina’s defender Sergio Ramos, known as ‘The One’, also has an iconic tattoo that reads ‘I Am Sergio’.
He said:”I am very close to my family and I love the people in Barajajas.
It is a great memory.
I think it is very important to be in Baravias.
It gives a great sense of belonging to the city.”
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta, who was nicknamed ‘The Messi’, also got tattoos which read ‘El Mundo’, and ‘The Legend’, both of which mean ‘The Truth’.
“I’ve always wanted a tattoo, but when I was 17 I went to get it.
I wanted to do something unique and I wanted a different meaning to my name.
My dad said ‘You’ll be the best in the universe’, and I’m grateful that he believed me.
My tattoo reads ‘El Legend’, which means ‘The Greatest’.
I love to sing and dance so it has a great meaning.
I’m very happy.
I just want to thank my dad for giving me the opportunity to wear my name on my neck.
The Brazilian midfielder Neymar, who has an ‘E’ for ‘English’ in the middle of his chest, has also had his own tattoo, which has a slogan reading ‘La La La La’, which is Spanish for ‘I’m going’.”
Neymar is a legend, and it’s an honour to be able to wear his name on the back of my shirt.
He’s a legend and I will never forget him.”
I want to give thanks to our fans, and to the people of Germany. “
It’s a message for the German people.
I want to give thanks to our fans, and to the people of Germany.
I also want to say thanks to my father who has always supported me and I always will.”
He said:’I am happy to wear the national team jersey for the first time, as it is my first international game.
I’ve always dreamed of wearing a jersey of this type.
It shows the power that I have.
It has a special meaning for me.'”
Sergio Ramos, also known as the ‘Messi’, has a message on his chest.
It reads ‘You’re Beautiful, I Am The Greatest’, and has the words ‘La Campana’ translated to ‘My Home’.
It’s the Brazilian midfielder Paulo Dybala who is the top scorer in Europe’s top leagues.
He has been named in the ’20 best players’ for 2017.
He is known for his stunning strike and stunning passes, but his tattoo says ‘I Can’t Believe’.”
When I got my tattoo I wanted it to be more personal, and I thought it would look very good, so I made a lot of choices.
I chose ‘The Story’, which says ‘La Legend’ in English, and ‘My Life’.
“The tattoo reads: I am Paulo, and you are beautiful.
I am so happy to be a part of this.
It says ‘My Story’, my name, my hometown, my dream and the motto, ‘I can’t believe.’
It means so much to me.”
The message is: ‘The story of Brazil’.
Brazil is the country I love