Yes, two, one each on my wrists.
I love them, everyone thinks they're brands or scarification, however.
The ink is really thick and as it's white it needs a lot more in than usual. So it takes a lot longer and hurts a more to actually get done, especially if the whole tatoo is white.
Also worth noting, is that they kind of go a bit yellow after a few years. Not obviously so, but compared to when it's just been done, which is crisp white, it's a little yellow. So it will need a more frequent top up of you want it really clean and white.
But the key thing I feel about them is that they're subtle. As mine are all-white, even on my wrists they're hard to notice. So they're more for you than to present to world.
Definitely don't regret them, I love my white tats, for exactly the reason I said, they're subtle. When they're are noticed, however, they turn some heads.