Some primitive tribes use tattooing as a rite of social status. The Maori, of New Zealand use tattooing primarily for this purpose. To the Maori, a person's Moko designs enhanced their prestige and show transition from one social status to another. At its highest level, Moko designs proclaimed the sacredness of chieftainship.
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Tribal tattoos have been practiced for thousands of years. Modern people still get them done for many reasons such as to belong to a modern 'tribe' even if they do it on a subconscious level. Getting tattooed was also seen as a rite of passage into adulthood.
That's OK. It can be a little odd asking someone about something on their body, but rest assured, you are not alone in being a bit curious about the whole tattoo process. Not only has this form of body art grown in popularity, but for a time, television shows based on tattoos were all the rage. You gained some insight into the body art world, but you were being given more information about reality show drama than the actual tattoo work.