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.…Continue
"It depends on the woman, the size, location, and style of the tatoo. I am turned off by women with too many tatoos or tatoos in certain places. However, a small tatoo on the ankle, or just above the breast is fine. One thing…"
"If you're getting a tattoo to impress a guy then don't. A tattoo should have a speical meaning to YOU. Also do your homework if you are getting one, find a reputable place that has good reviews etc. A tattoo is a permanent investment and…"
"Firm no. Not to sound too rude, forgive me if this does as it is certainly not my intent, but it gives me the idea that I've got a "bad girl" and that isn't my deal. Of course, I am a religious man, so that is…"
"ilts not about what others like ! You are the result of your experiences , wether that be the way you dress , style your hair , the way you talk and a million other factors . There will always be people out there that will accept you for this and…"
"My first piece of advice (for those of you so exasperated by it) was more tongue-in-cheek. I know, hard to see that on the Intardweb.
My second piece of advice was more sincere. I'm not against tattoos. I just don't think…"
"Its an old Foxworthy joke ... What're you gonna do when your skin gets looser and that cute little dragonfly looks like a buzzard, or that rose looks like Rosie O'Donnell? Heh. Now everybody that says it thinks they're…"
"I am so freakin tired of reading the excuse to not get a tattoo at being what will you think when you are 80. IF I do make it to 80, they will be like the other scars and marks on my body. They are but a part of the travel of my life. At…"
"At some point in time, every girl who gets a tattoo will become an old woman. Picture what that tattoo will look like when your 80 and you'll probably have your answer.
A second bit of advice: I've never heard of a guy saying,…"
"Almost anything done well is tasteful. The question to ask is what it is saying about you, and if you want to do it. Obviously if you are here asking this question you have put a lot of thought into it, so this is no brash drunken or overly…"
"I'm sure it varies from man to man. It would be an interesting investigation to see if the ya-sayers or nay-sayers converge on other social or personality paradigms.
Me, personally, I don't like them on men nor on women. Some are worse…"
"Well, IMO if a guy doesn't like you because you have a tattoo...well then he's not taken the time to get to know you so why should you give him the time of day?
Do you ask yourself the same question about your haircut? clothes?…"
I don't know if this is your first, but the first years are a bear, be it boy or girl.
Girl specific: let your partner (I am assuming she's a lady) take the lead on this one. She was a little girl once, and unless…"
"As a dad with two girls that may soon be asking the same thing, I'll rehearse my answer here:
Tattoos are a permanent fixture (more or less). Fashion, trends, on the other hand come and go, and yes, body art is in that category.
"I work with someone who lives in Allentown. Father in law is a developer there. Lots of stuff happening downtown; sports teams moving in, new restaurants and clubs. Outskirts are becoming a major transit hub for shipping for rail and truck freight…"
"So Allentown/Bethlehem is ideal? Color me interested. It puts me in shouting distance of major metro cities, too.
There's a girl in Florida. The only thing keeping her there is visitation with her kids."
"I try to show due respect to all people. Due being the key word.
Usually, I can find something I respect about another person, no matter how bad or foolish the behaviors they are known for. You can't expect a bird to swim or a fish to fly.…"
"He is within commuting distance of the Poconos, who's southern end is getting growth from the far-off NYC metropolitan area.
An hour and a half move gets him to Allentown/Bethlehem corridor. We have clients there; Allentown is reviving, the…"
"Two hours away: New York City, Philadelphia
Five hours away: Washington, DC., Boston.
My neighbor is a contractor who routinely commutes to New York City for work.
Since I was jobless since February, I fell behind on my rent. Trying to work…"