Are people with tattoos stupid?

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It's all about personal choice innit? I think tattoos can be beautiful. My missus has an 'arse antlers' tattoo it looks fantastic and damn sexy to boot too. That's a place unlikely to sag I guess.

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It's all about personal choice innit? I think tattoos can be beautiful. My missus has an 'arse antlers' tattoo it looks fantastic and damn sexy to boot too. That's a place unlikely to sag I guess.

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I still want a tattoo. I'll get one once I finally pick a design I know I want. I know I've said that for almost 20 years, but I really will find one I like. It will be on my ankle.

 

By the way, not all good jobs are corporate jobs that care about image.

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:huh:

 

well being one of 'these idiots' in which we are discussing gives me a good chance to give my quids worth.

 

I got shit loads of tattoos when I was young and thought I knew best. By the time I was about 20 I regretted all of them. Sometimes though for reasons some people don't realise.

 

Taking my sons swimming can bring on a good few stares from the people of this world such as the thread starter, assuming I am a below average intelligence type of guy in some dead end job and definitely not worth employing in a top office job. Well thats as maybe, are all gays skinny, feminine looking lipstick wearers? Do all lesbians have cats and teach history whilst wearing colourful socks, are all computer programmers feckin' nerds who know nothing about real life outside a monitor?Who knows, I don't because I don't know everybody do I?

 

For the record I am pretty intelligent and work for NATO whilst earning around £45000.00 a year here in Munich. I have been in meetings with heads of the UN and NATO alongside many government officials around the world. Never done me any harm!!!

 

So anyone wants to kiss my (not tattooed) arse can do!!!

 

Have a nice day :ph34r:

 

Jimmy :rolleyes:

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i have a tattoo, i love it, i forget soemtimes that i have one. it is part of me and it is part of my "story".

old age: how do i know i am not dead by next week? i rather live for now. life is complicated enough to worry about how i will look when i am in my 60s.

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Very few are not stupid, but that is my personal taste and not an indictment on people who like them. I just think that it is a fad that many will regret later in life when they are no longer young and stupid. But hey, who doesn't regret something they have done in their youth? At least what I regret isn't on display.

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Completely on impulse at 19 I got a tattoo. Its rather small and on my back but I regret it. I put little thought into it and even a couple of years later I was already sorry that I had it. Still, when I feel irritated because of it I think about my friend who went with me and got a huge one on her upper arm. She is probably a lawyer now and having major wardrobe problems every summer.

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are all computer programmers feckin' nerds who know nothing about real life outside a monitor?

yes :ph34r:

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My mom got her first tattoo at 47. She got her second one a month later. Now she is already brainstorming for a third. She's definitely not stupid, but I think she's addicted.

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My mother got a tattoo as an act of rebellion...aged 57. My sister had just informed her that she was about to become a grandmother.

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Everytime I see someone with a tattoo on their face I always wonder how drunk they were when they got it.

 

Have had to check my own face some mornings just to see if there is anything new there, but nothing to report so far :rolleyes:

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eurovol: being stupid has got nothing to do with age. (as the later posts show)

and as you say, tattoos depend on personal taste. tattoo can be done a visible places or private ones.

i am obviously arguing that i was not being stupid when i got done. instead a long dream come true. it's been six years now and i am still happy. i am older now and i think a little bit wiser too. :rolleyes:

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Nah, fuck it, can't resist.

 

eurovol: being stupid has got nothing to do with age. (as the later posts show)

So, your are saying that Keydeck's and Wahoo's moms are stupid. Hell, I wouldn't even go that far. Talking 'bout someone's momma is fighten words. :lol:

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I have been in meetings with heads of the UN and NATO

I'm sure you're a perfectly respectable person, but what makes you think that rubbing elbows with them enhances your standing? ;)

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Get a grip Kay!

 

you got the wrong end of the stick there, my post reads that although I am a bit of a tattooed bloke from the north of England I am not stupid and would not have got where I am now if I was would I?

 

I do not need to enhance my standing, the thread is about stereotypes isn't it? Well that was my point, not my standing. Being covered in tattoos makes me feel like a leper because of my mistake, then again I don't pollute the atmosphere with smoke or take drugs.

 

Wish I could have them all off (and no it's not possible for me) but at least none of mine are visible outside a shirt and jeans which is a small blessing.

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