A Tahitian word tattau, meaning "to mark," and was first mentioned in explorer James Cook's expedition in 1769 to the South Pacific. Because tattoos were considered so taboo and exotic in European and American civilizations, tattooed savage indians and Polynesians drew curious eyes during the 18th century.

No longer the province of gang bangers, lower class degenerates and drunken sailors, tattoos are enjoying a tremendous uprising. Tattoos have metamorphized from a rebellious statements to socially acceptable to become the official basketball attire of the NBA.
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