"If you're trying to change minds and influence people it's probably not a good idea to say that virtually all elected Democrats are liars, but what the hell."
"If the number of Islamic terror attacks continues at the current rate, candlelight vigils will soon be the number-one cause of global warming. "
Nope. You only need on pre-qualifier: "Tell the story behind your first tattoo."Anything other than a "But I don't have any tattoos!" is grounds for immediate walkaway.
Never expected that from you Kim....anyone with a tattoo is beneath you huh?Scoot
Any girl WITH a tattoo is beneath me.
...and Ralphs comment pretty much explains Kims.I agree with Kim.To me, ANY tattoos are a sign of a "broken" individual that's tryin' to fill some void in their life.Good luck to em' and no ill will, but lifes too short for drama.
We have a beautiful young lady at work--slender blonde, blue eyes, an absolute doll. She's well along in the process of getting wall to wall tattoos, must have at least a dozen already. It makes me sad.
I agree with Kim.Sign of poor decision-making.MC
Tell them your grandpa also had a lot of tattoos.
I only ever gave one girl a pass on a tattoo. She'd had an op which left an ugly scar on her otherwise-flawless abdomen, and she'd got a small rose tattoo to conceal it. If you think I'm bad: The Mrs. won't allow a waiter with visible tattoos to serve her food, especially of the "full-sleeve" type.In Japan, there's a growing industry of tattoo removal, because employers are starting to disqualify tattooed applicants because, as said above, tattoos generally poor decision making and impulsive tendencies, as well as low self-esteem issues.
My dad always told me that, aside from a service-related tattoo, a tattoo would guarantee that I would never be mistaken for a person of class.That's not the only reason I never got one. It's not a Yiddishkeit thing to do, especially in light of the fact that we have relatives who were tattooed against their will.I can remember when only genuine tough guys had tattoos, and when the "barbed-wire" tattoo motif was for people who had been imprisoned one way or another (convicts or POWs). Now I see barbed-wire ink around the biceps of people (even women!) whom I doubt have ever spent a night in jail, and tats on guys who don't have the upper-body strength to open a mayonnaise jar.I guess they think it makes them look tough, in the same way that folks buy pre-distressed clothing and think it makes them look as if they actually do hard physical work. Caballero Andante
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