Whether its your favourite football team, singer or just some creative, artistic design, plenty of us have gone under the needle - with varying degrees of success. We've dipped into our archives to find some of Yorkshire's most unusual tattoos - is yours in here?
Vicky Mangham had a tattoo of novelty chart star Crazy Frog done in 2005.
Sheffield United fan and Hollywood star Sean Bean has 100% Blade inked on his arm, to show his devotion to the Blades.
Barbie fan Julia Fitzgerald got a Barbie tattoo.
Tony Sweeney's Sheffield United tattoo.
Kerry Webb has the face of former UKIP leader Nigel Farage inked on her arm - and had it signed when she met him in Doncaster.
Doncaster Rovers fan Neil Taylor got the signature of now departed striker Curtis Main tattooed onto his stomach.
Doncaster man Jonno Scott had the slogan 'Gary Lineker Shags Crisps' tattooed on his bum.
This devout Sheffield United fan had a tribute to the club's famous Greasy Chip Butty Song on his arm.
A selection of Sheffield United tattoos.
One fan of Henderson's Relish got the factory where the famous Sheffield sauce was produced inked on.
Nick Greenmount and Brett Carr had Comic Relief tattoos on their bums in 2009.
Danny Binks had a Marcelo Biesla tattoo on his arm after the Leeds United 'spygate' row.
The Reverend Andy Rushworth shows off his tats at All Saints Church, Ringinglow in 2005.
One Blades fan got a huge tattoo of the club's badge on his back.
Doncaster bride Nadine Hanlon shows off her Arsenal tattoo on her wedding day.
Worksop's Gabrielle Newton-Bieber, a Justin Bieber fanatic who changed her name by deed poll, has tattoos in tribute to the singer.
Sheffield's Matt Lee, a huge fan of Ikea, had one of the store's pencils added to his arm.
Former Sheffield Lord Mayor Coun Tony Damms had a Japanese dragon design for charity.
Barnsley's Lorraine Dobson was such a fan of comedian Ross Noble she had the funnyman's face put onto her shoulder.
There has been an increase in Sheffield United tattoos since the Blades' elevation to the Premier League.
Former solider Shaun Clark of Doncaster had the names of 220 soldiers killed in Afghanistan inked on in aid of Help for Heroes.
Doncaster tattooist Kelvin Slack won awards for this tattoo of comedian Norman Wisdom.