Tattoo question

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Re: Tattoo question

Post by TrenchGoon » Tue Sep 28, 2010 3:46 pm

zamboni14 wrote: she won't regret the Mickey tat because it's something she's never grown out of. It's something that will never change about her. When she's in her 60s, she'll still love watching old Mickey Mouse cartoons, she'll still purchase Mickey Mouse things, etc. That's the difference with her.
here is hoping you are right.
zamboni14 wrote: I do agree that it has become more of the "in" thing for people. The question then becomes, how many of them will regret doing it in the future? Sure the majority will regret it.. because they did it for stupid reasons,
I think we are in agreement about this point.
zamboni14 wrote: saying a girl with a tattoo is "easy" is a big stereotype. It's like saying any guy with a shaved head is a "skinhead" and racist. The lower back is probably the most popular place for a woman to get a tattoo because it's the easiest place for her to cover with almost any outfit. It's like how guys put a tattoo on their shoulders. Because of that and the idea of so many girls doing "meaningless" tattoos to "fit in" that's how the whole "tramp stamp" thing came into play. Does that make them all "easy?" Not really. I know many women with no tattoos that are MUCH easier then girls I know with tattoos.
I didn't say a girl with a tattoo IS easy. I said she will be perceived as easy, which, despite being a genralization about men, I maintain is GENERALLY true.
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by hibbingviking » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:45 am

TrenchGoon wrote: here is hoping you are right.
I think we are in agreement about this point.
I didn't say a girl with a tattoo IS easy. I said she will be perceived as easy, which, despite being a genralization about men, I maintain is GENERALLY true.
girls with multiple big tattoos disgust me. its kind of sexy however if they have a tiny tattoo on them however. :confused:
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by hibbingviking » Wed Nov 17, 2010 3:50 am

TrenchGoon wrote:
...so if its not to look "cool" and "tough" why do you think there has been such an increase in the prevalence and trendiness of tattoos?

funny when i was kid you would see mostly sailors, marines, and bikers having tattoos. now its more common place. i guess its too look cool or tough. :confused: makes you look like an idiot nowadays. most people when they get old wish they would have never have gotten them.
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by Demi » Wed Nov 17, 2010 5:20 pm

hibbingviking wrote:
funny when i was kid you would see mostly sailors, marines, and bikers having tattoos. now its more common place. i guess its too look cool or tough. :confused: makes you look like an idiot nowadays. most people when they get old wish they would have never have gotten them.
Yeah, I'm sure it looks horrible next to all that wrinkly skin and liver spots. :lol:
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by zamboni14 » Thu Nov 18, 2010 1:34 am

Demi wrote: Yeah, I'm sure it looks horrible next to all that wrinkly skin and liver spots. :lol:
what if you got a tattoo of wrinkled skin and liver spots? :confused:
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by Demi » Thu Nov 18, 2010 5:10 pm

zamboni14 wrote: what if you got a tattoo of wrinkled skin and liver spots? :confused:
Then you'll surely be the coolest toughest geriatric on the block.
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by jackal » Thu Jul 30, 2015 11:00 pm

IMO unless you get one with meaning to you.. in the end you regret it.. like the barbwire bicep tattoo...

To me, you might as well ink D BAG on your face, if your going to get something like that.
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Re: Tattoo question

Post by DK Sweets » Thu Jul 30, 2015 11:41 pm

Dude, did you just necrobump a 5 year old thread?
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