Hi.., I would like to get my first tattoo but one of my friend told me that guys do not like girls with tattoos. I do not think so, and i am confused. Any help, would be great. Thanks in advance.

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It all depends on the guy. Some guys love em, some hate em. There is a whole avenue of "modeling" dedicated to women with tattoos (Suicide Girls). I personally have no opinion either way. Just keep in mind that tattoos are permanent (or expensive to remove). I didn't think mine through, and regret them.

I dislike crap tattoos that look like they were done by bored kids with a pair of compasses during a particularly dull maths class!

Not keen on tattoos at all. Fine on sailors but that is about it for me.

I like small feminine tattoos. Designs like flowers, butterflies, ets ... On the ankles, the lower back. I think they can be pulled off in a classy way. I personally have a few, they are personal custom designs with deep meanings to me. Ladies always seemed to like my tattoos. They are not visible or exposed when I wear clothes. People are usually surprised that I even have one.

I don't think they look feminine.  It wouldn't be a deal-breaker, but I'd rather the woman not have one.

I will tell you, even for me it depends on the tatoo itself. If it is over-the-top and crazy like some guys will get, than no. But if it is a couple of smaller ones, and not over the top, than yes.

IMO tattoos are like lawyers; 95% make the other 5% look bad. I would recommend that you not get one; the female body is a work of art all on it's own.

Just because x is cool or looks great does not mean that x will look good tattooed on your body. It needs to fit your body type, your style, your personality and it needs to be put in the right place. Make sure x is something that is not only fashionable right now but something that will still be relevant in 20 years. I know a guy who got a "No Fear" tattoo in the mid 90's so he basically branded himself as a dork for the rest of his life.

I wholeheartedly agree. Mine are all personal symbols & custom. Not fashonable/trendy stuff. 

He thought he was constantly the coolest guy in the room.

I think that day will come. We look back on the 80's and laugh and say they were giant d bags for looking like they did back then. When these people who have a lot of tattoos get older the younger kids will look at them and see a terrible mistake was made. At least with the parachute pants, member only jackets and white belts you could remove them and throw them in the trash several years later.

To give you a mental picture of what's in store for us in the years ahead:

A few years ago two women I know, twin sisters now in their late 50s, decided they should try to look young and hip.

They bleached their hair blonde and got matching tattoos on their backs and bosoms.  

Now these two grandmothers look like refugees from an old hookers' retirement home. It's wrong on so many levels.

I like the idea of girls with tattoos. But I hate the typical ones i see on girls. Flowers and dolphins and shit. Marilyn Monroe. Musical notes. I hate the typical spots too. Ankle and lower back, etc. Don't pick it off the wall, at the very least ask the artist to draw you up something.

I know some guys don't like tattoos, but that hasn't stopped them from dating girls with tattoos.

I wouldn't mind a girl with heavy tattoos. Sleaved out. However, I don't like the kind of girls that would sleeve out their arms overall. Suicide Girl types. Not for me.

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