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Old 06-26-2012, 07:34 PM   #41
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i got mine late in life, if my mom had been alive she would have cut my arms off. they would stop you from some jobs, didnt hurt mine maint supervisor/diesel mech for 32 years. one of the forum members on here joined navy to be a jet jocky, he had to have tats removed before going in, hes in texas doing good.Im so old and ugly, the tats dont hurt me. I know one man has to wear a long sleeve shirt at work.

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Old 06-26-2012, 07:38 PM   #42
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I've got 2 and I promise I do a lot more than flip burgers...I cook the fries too.
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:46 PM   #43
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ive got um... 7.. and I dont flip burgers.... and soon it will be 8.. cause ive already planning my next one...
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:54 PM   #44
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What an ignorant statement.. Step out of the 50's man and recognize your surroundings. I personally know a bunch of VERY successful businessmen/owners that have full sleeves.. You have no idea what youre talking about..

On a side note, go to a real friggin shop if youre gonna get a tattoo.. Scratchers should be shot in the face
Im with you Fupa. this definitly sounds oldfashioned to me. All my 7 tats have special meaning to me and some members of my family, forgive us if this is in someway my eff'ed up way for therapy after I loose love ones in my life. Now as in all things there are people who take it to extremes but its usuall a career path thing. we had a guy we used to call tacklebox with 12 earrings and face and head all tatted up now thats extreme. we are not all this way, me I like the fact I can put a shirt on and long pants and people like this one dont instantly profile me. veiws of my generation 40 and under I think have much wider acceptance in this line of ARTWORK. Whatever Floats your boat.
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I've got 2 and I promise I do a lot more than flip burgers...I cook the fries too.
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Nail on the head..... I know a lot of young people like them, but I'm not sure they'll ever work somewhere other than a burger joint or head shop. Lots of good looking kids with bodies ruined by "body art." JMO.
Don't you just hate it when you post something only to read it later and discover that it just ooze's ignorance.
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Old 06-26-2012, 08:51 PM   #47
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Nail on the head..... I know a lot of young people like them, but I'm not sure they'll ever work somewhere other than a burger joint or head shop. Lots of good looking kids with bodies ruined by "body art." JMO.
WoW!!!!! What a load of horse crap!! I bet ALOT of ppl on this forum have tats and I also bet you they have done well for themselves. I have a few tats and I'm doing just fine!! Some people's kids geez!!
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Old 06-26-2012, 09:12 PM   #48
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"Flippin' a burger." I love it. I have several buddies that get paid $18-$20 per hour "flippin' burgers (literally)." Some have tats, some don't. Regardless, they are all pretty happy guys.
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Old 06-26-2012, 11:11 PM   #49
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Im with you Fupa. this definitly sounds oldfashioned to me. All my 7 tats have special meaning to me and some members of my family, forgive us if this is in someway my eff'ed up way for therapy after I loose love ones in my life. Now as in all things there are people who take it to extremes but its usuall a career path thing. we had a guy we used to call tacklebox with 12 earrings and face and head all tatted up now thats extreme. we are not all this way, me I like the fact I can put a shirt on and long pants and people like this one dont instantly profile me. veiws of my generation 40 and under I think have much wider acceptance in this line of ARTWORK. Whatever Floats your boat.
I'm right there with you... all of mine have special meanings and so will the new one i'm getting.... no one would ever know i have them unless i wear a tank top or see me um.. ya.... people that see me out n about in a tank are like WOW I didnt know you had ink.... but the new one im getting there will be no hiding it and thats the way i want it.. it has alot of meaning to me and how my life is now...
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Ya'll head on over to "Imperial Ink" in Foley. My daughter and her boyfriend are running it now. Nikki, my daughter is running ink now too. Does good work too...
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