2015 sure was a wild ride. Let's check out the tattoos that literally have made their mark this year.
Often I hear the words, “What a time to be alive!” often uttered sarcastically in conversations this year. But despite how apeshit mad this year have been, let's not forget the year-defining things that happened.
You know it's 2015 when people cry over a dead raccoon in Canada. Well, that and the fact that it's Canada. Kidding aside, the numbers 2015 is still pretty significant in one way or another to many of us. Getting it inked isn't passé.
This was also the year TV fans grieved over the death of one of the most well-loved characters on the small screen—Jon Snow of Game of Thrones. Hey, it's actually pretty good!
Before everybody else became Beliebers towards the end of the year, we were all Swifties—admit it or not—singing along to the infectious pop tunes of America's Sweetheart, Taylor Swift.
Project Semicolon have been a major movement that not only raised awareness about depression and suicide but also, in some way, helped sufferers.
A young woman named Bekah Miles stepped forward and showed everyone through a tattoo what it's like to live with depression. Read her story here.
2015 was brimming with body love with the likes of body positive icons like Tess.
But really despite its flaws, the silver lining of 2015 is perhaps the legalization of same-sex marriage in the US. It's just one country, but it's a big step.
Despite the growing force of the LGBTI, we still can't prevent related tragedies to occur such as the alarming rate of suicides and hate crimes that mostly involve transgenders. This is for you.
France saw one difficult year. First, there was the Charlie Hebdo shootings. Everybody thought that was enough grievance for France in one year but it wasn't until...
We can all agree that what happened in the recent (and hopefully the last) Paris attacks was a tragedy. Many lost their loved ones and even more were traumatized.
In positive news, we're happy to know that the people of Myanmar are expressing their joy through ink when democracy won in their nation—paying tribute to political leader Suu Kyi. Read more about it here.
Oh, and Pluto's part of our solar system again. What a time to be alive. I mean it!
All in all, 2015 was a pretty tough year. It wasn't just Paris that experienced the lowest point. People are getting killed every where. Innocent children are dying. Maybe world peace is a bit too ideal but at least hope for a better world you'd want your kids and their kids to live in.