Tattoos Are Ugly and Disgusting
Lamest

Hendersonville, NC

#155 Jun 29, 2014
Hah wrote:
This is the lamest discussion I've seen on this website thus far. Aren't there more important issues at hand? Get over yourselves. If you don't like something, simply look away. It's probably what people do when they see you out in public. Follow their lead. Oh- and as for the 'Hollywood machine'? You DO know tattooing has been around far longer than Hollywood, right? Right.
Not on Topix Asheville, the lamest forum ever owned and operated by Cullen G Anderson, resident moron in chief
Sarah

Asheville, NC

#156 Jun 30, 2014
The worst is seeing all the bodies with horrible degrading tattoos all over at the beach. I almost threw up.
Greg

Bergamo, Italy

#157 Aug 20, 2014
Tattos are for idiots,
no way you can justify them.
Very simple, stop arguing about tattoos, start discriminating people with tattoos, they'll have to remove, other people won't got for it.
Easy.
Winnie

Asheville, NC

#158 Aug 20, 2014
Sarah wrote:
The worst is seeing all the bodies with horrible degrading tattoos all over at the beach. I almost threw up.
Have to agree. Beach is the worst for tattoos. People must not realize that they look like freaks.
jimmy

Riverside, NJ

#159 Dec 6, 2014
ejjhmiller wrote:
if you dont like people haveing the freedom over their own bodies, Dont look at them. this post is IGNORANT......
Hey shit head...if people don't want negative comments about their tattoos...don't shove that degenerate shit in everybodys face...keep it to yourself....to me if someone walks in my house with tattoos exposed...it's like purposely waliking in dog shit and tracking it in the house...
Robert

Asheville, NC

#160 Dec 7, 2014
ejjhmiller wrote:
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EXACTALLY...
It's EXACTLY ya moron. Learn to spell and write and maybe someone will take you seriously. But that's a big maybe.
Guest

Jonesboro, AR

#162 Aug 1, 2015
You Momo wrote:
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Some people like you are just incapable of rational thought and blabber out in stereotypes and superficial generalizations.
In 2008 15% of tattooed people were Democrats; 13% were Republicans; and 13% were Independents. That means, because most Independents are conservative, that most people who have marred their bodies with ink are conservative.
http://www.collegecrunch.org/feature/15-surpr...
See item 11. I knew that what you said was a lie because most of the people I know who admire and have tattoos are very conservative. Many of the conservatives who post here have tattoos and one of them has an assignation (You will please pardon the expression.) on her left buttock that beckons, "If you're close enough to read this, let's party!" She says she voted for Nixon, Reagan, Dole, Bush 1, Bush 2, and McCain.
If you will read the Book of Leviticus tattoos are condemned there. But that doesn't stop bible-believing Christians from getting tattoos and disfiguring themselves.
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And cuttings for a dead person shall ye not make in your flesh, nor put any tattoo writing upon you: I am Jehovah.
Leviticus 19:28
I'm a Christian and thank God almighty that I never got a tattoo, in my early twenties I wanted one, but thankfully I never did get one. I had one ear pierced, after I got saved the ear ring went in the trash.

Most people are unaware what they have put in their body, how many people believe when a tattoo gets old it just fades over time ? The reason it seems to look as though it is fading or being worn out, is actually because the red and white blood cells are eating the ink, it is a foreign substance in you, your red and white blood cells attack it, however because of the massive clops of ink, the red and white blood cells cannot effectively destroy all of the ink, thus only partial small pieces of ink disappear over time, which leads to what seems like a slow fading tattoo with age. The way that tattoo removal works is by using the laser to dissipate while taking out cluster of ink, however it does not get rid of all the ink, the rest left over is swept up by the red and white blood cells. That is one reason nobody should ever get a tattoo.
StephenDurward

Dallas, TX

#163 Dec 17, 2015
DannyPagitt wrote:
I too think a tattoo is ugly and displays to the world its owner is not too bright!
The only person that would look good with a tattoo is Obama. It should be put on his forehead and say -- RETIRED.
I truly appreciate such penetrating political analysis. Like most right-nuts you do not have anything to say beyond name calling.
sandy

Hopkinsville, KY

#164 Dec 17, 2015
Tramp Stamp wrote:
I love a tramp stamp, means she's easy and got talent in the sack.
Also means she could be packing around some very bad diseases.
jerseyboy

Hockessin, DE

#165 Dec 18, 2015
artwork wrote:
Tattoos can be a mistake but they also can be beautiful. You only live once, why not add some art to your body? Who cares if people think its trashy or not?
. You'd think beauty is more then skin, wrong. When guys tell me how smart a woman is, you know he made a wrong turn and glasses willn't help, neither will a college degree. Sorry for you losers who still read the NY Times, so dumb it's twisted.
jerseyboy

Hockessin, DE

#166 Dec 18, 2015
jerseyboy wrote:
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. You'd think beauty is more then skin, wrong. When guys tell me how smart a woman is, you know he made a wrong turn and glasses willn't help, neither will a college degree. Sorry for you losers who still read the NY Times, so dumb it's twisted.
. Only lambs to the slaughter still read trash from NY. That apple has rot that isn't human, yet after all we've accomplished last 4 million years to improve our station I think maybe we're all rotting out.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#167 Dec 19, 2015
Guest wrote:
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I'm a Christian and thank God almighty that I never got a tattoo, in my early twenties I wanted one, but thankfully I never did get one. I had one ear pierced, after I got saved the ear ring went in the trash.
Most people are unaware what they have put in their body, how many people believe when a tattoo gets old it just fades over time ? The reason it seems to look as though it is fading or being worn out, is actually because the red and white blood cells are eating the ink, it is a foreign substance in you, your red and white blood cells attack it, however because of the massive clops of ink, the red and white blood cells cannot effectively destroy all of the ink, thus only partial small pieces of ink disappear over time, which leads to what seems like a slow fading tattoo with age. The way that tattoo removal works is by using the laser to dissipate while taking out cluster of ink, however it does not get rid of all the ink, the rest left over is swept up by the red and white blood cells. That is one reason nobody should ever get a tattoo.
Why would you thank God almighty for a decision you made? That would indicate free will is an illusion. What makes you think Jesus or St Pete at the Pearly Gate would care anymore than Santa or the Easter Bunny whether you have an earring or not? If you are a typical American you habitually violate more iemphatic rules than Lev. 19:28 - and that was a rule of the Covenant that is voided, anyway.

Your notion that tattoos fade because blood cells are eating the pigments is a stretch. Most of the color is retained in the fibroplasts and fading primarily occurs because of environmental factors such as exposure to UVA and UVB sunlight.
I agree that most people are unaware of what they put in their bodies, but I'm pretty sure studies have shown the ingredients of a fast food meal are more hazardous than skin ink.
Not fat

Asheville, NC

#168 Dec 19, 2015
Good for you, bad for you...whatever.

Still ugly and boy is it ever ugly in old age. Disgustingly so.
jerseyboy

Stamford, CT

#169 Dec 19, 2015
ChromiuMan wrote:
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Why would you thank God almighty for a decision you made? That would indicate free will is an illusion. What makes you think Jesus or St Pete at the Pearly Gate would care anymore than Santa or the Easter Bunny whether you have an earring or not? If you are a typical American you habitually violate more iemphatic rules than Lev. 19:28 - and that was a rule of the Covenant that is voided, anyway.
Your notion that tattoos fade because blood cells are eating the pigments is a stretch. Most of the color is retained in the fibroplasts and fading primarily occurs because of environmental factors such as exposure to UVA and UVB sunlight.
I agree that most people are unaware of what they put in their bodies, but I'm pretty sure studies have shown the ingredients of a fast food meal are more hazardous than skin ink.
Jesuit 101, rot in hell you robot. You can't understand his worship? Control freak, know your a liar, so rot like an old fart. Been charged yet?
. Tired of hearing from the graduating class of what mental institute. Remind me to cancel their accreditation.

Cio

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#170 Dec 20, 2015
jerseyboy wrote:
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Jesuit 101, rot in hell you robot. You can't understand his worship? Control freak, know your a liar, so rot like an old fart. Been charged yet?
. Tired of hearing from the graduating class of what mental institute. Remind me to cancel their accreditation.
Cio
I understand his worship, I just disagree with his reasoning. Specifically, what did I lie about? Ultraviolet radiation? The health benefits of a Big Mac, fries and a Coke? The covenant being fulfilled? Been charged for what - being correct?
jerseyboy

Philadelphia, PA

#171 Dec 20, 2015
ChromiuMan wrote:
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I understand his worship, I just disagree with his reasoning. Specifically, what did I lie about? Ultraviolet radiation? The health benefits of a Big Mac, fries and a Coke? The covenant being fulfilled? Been charged for what - being correct?
. The man who gave credit to God for leading him through a rough time. Common attack on him, I was mentioning what might be missing from your life. Usual rule on willful people is that they rule breakers, then place the blame on people of faith.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#172 Dec 20, 2015
jerseyboy wrote:
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. The man who gave credit to God for leading him through a rough time. Common attack on him, I was mentioning what might be missing from your life. Usual rule on willful people is that they rule breakers, then place the blame on people of faith.
His previous hardships are not the topic, tattoos are and for whatever reasons he had in his 20's, he doesn't have one by his >own< choice, not God's. It isn't his prerogative to tell others they must obey the Jewish covenant because he wishes to cherry pick Bible passages, especially when it's 99.99999% certain he doesn't know or abide by the 613 laws of the Mitzvot himself. Christianity and Leviticus are irrelevant to the discussion and his biology story is incorrect - willful ignorance is not a virtue. That is not my fault and pointing it out is not the least bit mean or unfair.
jerseyboy

Philadelphia, PA

#173 Dec 20, 2015
ChromiuMan wrote:
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His previous hardships are not the topic, tattoos are and for whatever reasons he had in his 20's, he doesn't have one by his >own< choice, not God's. It isn't his prerogative to tell others they must obey the Jewish covenant because he wishes to cherry pick Bible passages, especially when it's 99.99999% certain he doesn't know or abide by the 613 laws of the Mitzvot himself. Christianity and Leviticus are irrelevant to the discussion and his biology story is incorrect - willful ignorance is not a virtue. That is not my fault and pointing it out is not the least bit mean or unfair.
. You seem to reading from a technical manual. We are not machines, friend. You are in harms way if you don't stop talking like a machine. Been there seen the machine die.

“See how you are?”

Since: Jul 12

Earth

#174 Dec 21, 2015
jerseyboy wrote:
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. You seem to reading from a technical manual. We are not machines, friend. You are in harms way if you don't stop talking like a machine. Been there seen the machine die.
Some people like tattoos and some people don't. No big deal, it's a personal choice and no one is making you get one. Red and white blood cells don't seek out and eat globs of pigments in old tattoos. The machine doesn't work that way. By Christian doctrine the Mosaic commandments have been fulfilled by the sacrifice of Jesus.(You can wear cotton/wool blends and eat pork, too.) I didn't make Guest write things that are untrue and irrelevant, I just pointed them out.
Everyone dies in their own time, but telling me that I'm in harm's way if I don't write what you want or leave? I suppose in my position you'd puff up and boast threats of your own? Sorry, Jersey >boy<, I don't stoop to that level - call it a personal choice.
Italian for dummies

Asheville, NC

#175 Dec 21, 2015
jerseyboy wrote:
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Jesuit 101, rot in hell you robot. You can't understand his worship? Control freak, know your a liar, so rot like an old fart. Been charged yet?
. Tired of hearing from the graduating class of what mental institute. Remind me to cancel their accreditation.
Cio
Cio?

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