A bass tattoo is a tattoo that looks like the top of your head.
It’s a visual representation of what your head looks like under your arms.
It has been worn as a form of body art since the 1970s.
However, since 2015, a lot of the ink on tattoos has been inking on people’s faces.
Now, the ink has been on people on a large scale, as well.
A report published by the National Academies of Science and Medicine last week revealed that “an estimated 8 to 11 million Americans, including 3.2 million children, have been exposed to ink or body paint during a lifetime.”
A new study published in the Journal of Public Health found that ink on body parts in 2015 was “more common in women, non-Hispanic white women, and those living in urban areas than in those in rural areas.”
The study also found that “the proportion of people with tattoos on their skin has increased dramatically in the past decade.”
The most common tattoo on people was on the lower back and thighs, with a tattoo on the upper back and buttocks being the second most common.
In the study, researchers also found a “significant increase in the use of tattooing in the United States since 2000.”
The report found that tattooing was a factor in a large number of crimes.
“The prevalence of tattooed body parts has increased over time,” the report states.
“There are now approximately 1.3 million tattooed individuals in the US, including a total of 2.1 million tattoo-attached individuals.”
The researchers note that “there is considerable evidence to suggest that tattoo ink is a marker of mental health and/or drug use.”
In fact, the authors of the study say “people with tattoos are more likely to be diagnosed with a substance use disorder than those without tattoos.”
The authors also say that “a recent study from California found that tattoos can be used as a tool of identity theft and/ or blackmail.”
The “bass” tattoo on a person’s face.
The researchers found that a large majority of the people who had tattoos on them were male.
“Our findings suggest that the use and sale of tattoos are a form (or practice) of identity fraud,” the authors write.
“It is difficult to determine if the increase in tattoos has resulted from an increase in crime or from a greater awareness of tattoo use in the general population.
Nonetheless, our findings provide insight into the prevalence of this form of identity crime and its impact on our society.”
It’s important to note that the researchers also didn’t include people who were homeless.
The authors say that their findings “could be attributed to a larger proportion of homeless individuals who have tattoos.”
In a statement to Newsweek, the National Tattoo Association, which represents the tattoo industry, said, “While there is no doubt that tattoo art is a powerful form of expression, the tattooed face is not the only body part that can be altered to make one appear more or less like a specific person or group of people.
In addition, many tattoos are not intended to be permanent and therefore can be removed by the tattoo artist.”
The tattooing industry is responsible for a large amount of ink on the face.
According to the American Tattoo Society, the average American spends $3,800 annually on tattooing.
In some cases, the cost can be prohibitive for those who have limited savings.
But for people who are able to afford it, the industry provides a steady income, the organization said.
“We applaud the research in the paper and urge the federal government to enact laws that protect our communities and protect the integrity of our society,” said Michael A. Gendler, the president of the American Taping Society.
The tattoo industry is “a vibrant, thriving industry that creates jobs and provides millions of dollars to the U.S. economy,” the group said in a statement.