There's something about a woman who has tattoos that evokes a sense of inappropriate curiosity in a particular brand of stranger. You know who I'm talking about: They're the type of people who are quick and a little too happy to ask intrusive questions, simply because they see permanent ink on another person's body. Inked moms, unfortunately, understand what that line of questioning is like better than most.
I'm an inked-out mom, with 9 tattoos, many of which are visible. I've been asked inappropriate questions about my tattoos and I can tell you that while I understand people get curious, I don't understand why some people feel entitled to know intimate details about my life. Tattoos are a form of self-expression, not an open invitation for strangers to endlessly interrogate.
So, the next time you see a tattooed mother, maybe don't ask here these 10 things. There's no reason to play 20 questions.