Don’t euthanize me bro’!
You know how when you’re in the slam aka the klink, getting the right ink can save your life. Well, now #21stcenturyAmerica may be the same.
Some Canadian granny got inked to save her life. She got a tattoo saying “Don’t euthanize me.”
I hope it’s enough. Something tells me the medical community will ignore even this. Y’know, because they know better.
An 81-year-old walking into a tattoo shop may sound like the start of a joke, but to Christine Nagel, her new ink is no laughing matter.
The Calgary grandmother recently had the words “Don’t euthanize me” tattooed on her arm.
“It’s drastic, but this very clearly says, ‘I’m going to live until God’s ready for me’,” she told Canadian news outlet, Globalnews.ca.
A devout Christian, Nagel opposes assisted suicide, which was legalized in Canada this summer. It is already legal in several other European countries.
I tell my kids that tats are a bad idea. I may have to reconsider that opinion.