In this contemporary day and age, and also, summer, now that people are wearing less clothes, and tattoos are practically, like, shirts or at least jaunty vests in some parts of town, the question of how to behave in the presence of a tattoo has apparently become top of mind in other parts of town. This, as the New York Times puts it, "raises all sorts of etiquette questions," at least enough to fill Neil Genzlinger's City Critic column today. It is a doozy of social and cultural proprieties!
Never attempt to finish someone else's crossword.
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