Today practically everybody has got tattoos, but back in the 80s’ Golden Age of Inking it was far more individual – an exclusive scene mostly made up of pirates and ladies in circus sideshows.
Badges were also used to display 80s-style enthusiasms. This was sensible because when you eventually weaned yourself off Henry out of Neighbours you did not need to undergo seven hours of painful laser surgery.
Transfers were a mega option for anyone caught in two minds. But, still, anyone who is truly committed to their fond 80s memories would look a million dollars with a tasteful little Safeway tattoo just above the ankle.