8 U.S. Cities with the Least Tattoos
The residents in these towns are ink-free -- the only sleeves they wear are made of cotton
No. 4: Anderson, S.C.With about 20 percent of its residents aged 65 or older, Anderson -- nicknamed "The Friendliest City in South Carolina" -- doesn't seem that crazy about tattoos (OK, maybe if they're of smiley faces). Despite being a university town, we found only one listed tattoo parlor for all of its 25,514 residents. However, since Anderson is part of the greater Greenville-Spartanburg metropolitan area, its residents likely have easy access to at least 22 other listed tattoo parlors nearby, making it slightly more likely to show some ink.
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