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#92 Jun 10, 2013
_Christina_ wrote:
I promise, I do not have a holier than thou attitude. I'm actually a very sweet person & see the good in everybody. I do not get judged as a 'low class with tattoos' because I dress very conservatively and they are hidden in public so they do not know they exist. I'm happily married (going on 5 years) so, no, I do not see other guys attractive nor does it ever cross my mind. I do not judge by outer appearance. Even if I were not married, you can always find something positive in someone,
whether its their eyes, cute smile or adorable
dimples. People can not help the way they look;
its just the body they were provided. Some
people can't even help that they don't dress like
others; they can't afford it, but who are we to
judge them? Even if judging appearance was a
factor, you fall in the with the soul before you
cherish their features. & I did not have 'trucker'
in mind when I got my tattoos nor did I assume
I would look masculine & I definitely did not think
that so many people would be judgmental. I
have considered laser but gosh golly! There's
no way I could afford it!
Be proud of who you are, tattoos and all. You have a wonderful soul and a good heart from what I can tell... And there should be no shame in who you are. Use the tattoos to tell your story and of how you now wish you did not have any. Try ink fade... You can buy it online or even at walmart... It may help so that you don't have to wear sleeves so much. I have several, and unless I tell you or show you, you'd never know. Having a tattoo does not mean I have no self respect.. As each and every person has a different opinion of what self respect is for their own self.
Please do not let these bigots make you think you are less than what you are. I'm sure that if you could see them or knew them personally, there would be a ton of things about them that would repulse you as our tattoos repulse them...

Since: Jun 13

Greeneville, TN

#93 Jun 10, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
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Be proud of who you are, tattoos and all. You have a wonderful soul and a good heart from what I can tell... And there should be no shame in who you are. Use the tattoos to tell your story and of how you now wish you did not have any. Try ink fade... You can buy it online or even at walmart... It may help so that you don't have to wear sleeves so much. I have several, and unless I tell you or show you, you'd never know. Having a tattoo does not mean I have no self respect.. As each and every person has a different opinion of what self respect is for their own self.
Please do not let these bigots make you think you are less than what you are. I'm sure that if you could see them or knew them personally, there would be a ton of things about them that would repulse you as our tattoos repulse them...
Aww! Thanks for the kind message! Yeah, sleeves in this weather gets kinda ridiculous but I'm use to it by now. People say 'sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt'; their fibbers. Words hurt and silence speaks a thousand especially if I receive a dirty looks; its as if it scars the heart. I'd rather be happy in sleeves then have someone in public bring my jolliness down for the rest of the day; sadly, I'm a very sensitive person. I've looked into creams but the reviews are awful!!

“I've Always Been This Stupid”

Since: May 12

Greeneville TN

#94 Jun 10, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
. He said, "I don't even see yours when I look at you. I see you."
:)
My wife says the same thing but her next sentence is "Most of yours are covered by fat rolls anyhow." Yeah, she loves me.
Anon

Union Mills, NC

#95 Jun 10, 2013
LoveMyGunRights wrote:
<quoted text>I bet you think you're cute cause you put "allstar" in you're name lmao
Actually it says "yallstar", even cuter, eh? <sarcasm, in case it's not obvious>

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#96 Jun 10, 2013
Pretend 2 B Normal wrote:
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My wife says the same thing but her next sentence is "Most of yours are covered by fat rolls anyhow." Yeah, she loves me.
Oh p2bn! Lol... I am sure that if she says it, it's in the most loving way.:)
Really

Greeneville, TN

#97 Jun 10, 2013
Anon wrote:
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Actually it says "yallstar", even cuter, eh? <sarcasm, in case it's not obvious>
It seems the obvious would be allstar. As in Tampa Bay-All Star.
Anon

Union Mills, NC

#98 Jun 10, 2013
Tattoos are not something that occur naturally, or something that someone can't help. They are something that someone does to themselves very intentionally, so yes, it is perfectly acceptable to judge them for it, just like we are all constantly judging and being judged by everyone else for our actions, words, demeanor, dress, etc.

While in the real world, most people are polite enough to keep their criticisms to themselves, the beauty of this anonymous forum is that we can truly say exactly what we think, and I am far from alone in thinking that tattoos on women are repulsive and disgusting. Those are the words that I, and probably most other men actually think when we see them. As for self respect, it's like having a magnificent cathedral (your body) and spray painting graffiti on it. Is that respectful? That is about the best way I can explain it.

As for those of you who did it when you were younger and now regret it, I am truly sorry about that. However, there are probably some young women, potential fashion victims, out there reading this, so let's not sugar coat it. It might be too late for you, but maybe not too late for them. I sincerely hope that soon someone will invent an effective and affordable way to remove those things.

“Just my opinion”

Since: Jul 08

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#99 Jun 11, 2013
Anon wrote:
Tattoos are not something that occur naturally, or something that someone can't help. They are something that someone does to themselves very intentionally, so yes, it is perfectly acceptable to judge them for it, just like we are all constantly judging and being judged by everyone else for our actions, words, demeanor, dress, etc.
While in the real world, most people are polite enough to keep their criticisms to themselves, the beauty of this anonymous forum is that we can truly say exactly what we think, and I am far from alone in thinking that tattoos on women are repulsive and disgusting. Those are the words that I, and probably most other men actually think when we see them. As for self respect, it's like having a magnificent cathedral (your body) and spray painting graffiti on it. Is that respectful? That is about the best way I can explain it.
As for those of you who did it when you were younger and now regret it, I am truly sorry about that. However, there are probably some young women, potential fashion victims, out there reading this, so let's not sugar coat it. It might be too late for you, but maybe not too late for them. I sincerely hope that soon someone will invent an effective and affordable way to remove those things.
Yep, They act like it is not appearance when it is. I truly do not understand women doing this to their precious bodies. Yes , most of them are smokers. NOT all, I know one will come along and say they do not smoke. These are people that are sheep. They follow the Hollyweird mentality and contrary to this individuality crap they talk, they are insecure that follow trends. Even though it is a costly trend like a teenager who does not give a crap about health risks and starts smoking. I can and do judge tattoo people as low class, impulsive, unintelligent, insecure and reckless. That is my right.
Man

Oak Ridge, NC

#100 Jun 11, 2013
no tats don't ruin pretty girls people that put bullshiat on topix ruins pretty girls

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#101 Jun 11, 2013
Man wrote:
no tats don't ruin pretty girls people that put bullshiat on topix ruins pretty girls
Thank you!

“Bazinga!”

Since: May 13

Greeneville TN

#102 Jun 11, 2013
tampabayallstar wrote:
<quoted text> Yep, They act like it is not appearance when it is. I truly do not understand women doing this to their precious bodies. Yes , most of them are smokers. NOT all, I know one will come along and say they do not smoke. These are people that are sheep. They follow the Hollyweird mentality and contrary to this individuality crap they talk, they are insecure that follow trends. Even though it is a costly trend like a teenager who does not give a crap about health risks and starts smoking. I can and do judge tattoo people as low class, impulsive, unintelligent, insecure and reckless. That is my right.
Impulsive, yes. Reckless, eh sometimes. The other three, nope. And I care about other people's health risks if I don't smoke lol.

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#103 Jun 11, 2013
LoveMyGunRights wrote:
<quoted text>Impulsive, yes. Reckless, eh sometimes. The other three, nope. And I care about other people's health risks if I don't smoke lol.
I can be impulsive.. But the rest... Negative. Lol it truly is funny to me how people like them are "above" me.
The Magician

Cosby, TN

#104 Jun 12, 2013
I cannot begin to understand this thread. Beauty comes from within, and it is impossible at tattoo a person's mind. GApeach is a perfect example. I have never seen her in person, yet I know in my heart that she is a beautiful person. Tampabayallstar is another example. I assume from his/her post that they have no tattoos, yet I don't really think that this person is nice. Forgive me for saying that, and please try to change for the better.

“Just my opinion”

Since: Jul 08

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#105 Jun 12, 2013
The Magician wrote:
I cannot begin to understand this thread. Beauty comes from within, and it is impossible at tattoo a person's mind. GApeach is a perfect example. I have never seen her in person, yet I know in my heart that she is a beautiful person. Tampabayallstar is another example. I assume from his/her post that they have no tattoos, yet I don't really think that this person is nice. Forgive me for saying that, and please try to change for the better.
Oh really. I am not nice. The irony cracks me up. You people obviously get tattoos for people to notice and then expect us to not judge what we see. You can not have it both ways. I hit a nerve. If you were so secure about your tattoos , you would not care what we think. The fact is that I do believe people get tattoos based on insecurities and manipulation of a subculture. When I go to a store, I do predominantly see the guy or girl outside smoking, draped in tattoos. My eyes tell me what is happening. The same person that smoke generally has tattoos, that is the way it is. Again not always. The idiocy of willingly ruining perfectly wonderful skin on both genders , but especially women is sad to me. That is my opinion and I will never get it. Sorry if you can not understand why people will judge something that you want people to see, but that is the way it is.

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#106 Jun 12, 2013
tampabayallstar wrote:
<quoted text> Oh really. I am not nice. The irony cracks me up. You people obviously get tattoos for people to notice and then expect us to not judge what we see. You can not have it both ways. I hit a nerve. If you were so secure about your tattoos , you would not care what we think. The fact is that I do believe people get tattoos based on insecurities and manipulation of a subculture. When I go to a store, I do predominantly see the
guy or girl outside smoking, draped in tattoos.
My eyes tell me what is happening. The same
person that smoke generally has tattoos, that is
the way it is. Again not always. The idiocy of
willingly ruining perfectly wonderful skin on both
genders , but especially women is sad to me.
That is my opinion and I will never get it. Sorry
if you can not understand why people will judge
something that you want people to see, but that
is the way it is.
This thread asks why... We just simply state that we don't agree that it does. Your judgment toward me is not something I care about. You're wrong about who I am, but something tells me that you're not the type to admit when you're wrong... Ever. There is no point in trying to discuss it even further because the only thing you can do is get in your own way. That's your stumbling blocks... I'll choose mine for a different day. I will leave you with this, tampa, how about picking something that truly damages more than skin like drug or alcohol abuse... The art of tattoos has been around far longer than any generation of man you have been blessed to have known.

Have a wonderful, non-judgmental life, the best you can. And always remember, the one you come on to today might have a tat under their collar tomorrow.:)
hmmm

Johnson City, TN

#107 Jun 12, 2013
Most women who wear tats just want to be seen. They are repulsive looking and hilarious looking when the women or man gets older.
Fester

Johnson City, TN

#108 Jun 12, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
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This thread asks why... We just simply state that we don't agree that it does. Your judgment toward me is not something I care about. You're wrong about who I am, but something tells me that you're not the type to admit when you're wrong... Ever. There is no point in trying to discuss it even further because the only thing you can do is get in your own way. That's your stumbling blocks... I'll choose mine for a different day. I will leave you with this, tampa, how about picking something that truly damages more than skin like drug or alcohol abuse... The art of tattoos has been around far longer than any generation of man you have been blessed to have known.
Have a wonderful, non-judgmental life, the best you can. And always remember, the one you come on to today might have a tat under their collar tomorrow.:)
You just ooze bull shit. If anyone opposes your view, YOU judge them. YOU ARE A HYPOCRITE.

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#109 Jun 12, 2013
The Magician wrote:
I cannot begin to understand this thread. Beauty comes from within, and it is impossible at tattoo a person's mind. GApeach is a perfect example. I have never seen her in person, yet I know in my heart that she is a beautiful person. Tampabayallstar is another example. I assume from his/her post that they have no tattoos, yet I don't really think that this person is nice. Forgive me for saying that, and please try to change for the better.
You are beautiful. Thank you.

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#110 Jun 12, 2013
Fester wrote:
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You just ooze bull shit. If anyone opposes your view, YOU judge them. YOU ARE A HYPOCRITE.
It'd be far easier to follow your hatred thru my posts if you'd stick to one "name". Maybe you should tell me what your real issue is with me... Then we could move on... Or is this your pleasure? Cutting me down... Either way, you make me smile. I enjoy knowing that someone dislikes me enough to jump thru such hoops just to take a stab at me,.. Stab away darlin. There is nothing you can say about me that I most likely haven't already heard... And there is nothing that, given the appropriate time and place, I wouldn't tell of myself. I am not perfect. I have tattoos. I have 2 children that I am a full time mother to. I work odd jobs to bring in extra money. I have dated more than my share, I have married and divorced. I "shack up" currently... BUT, I do not set out to hurt or damage anyone. And this makes me a hypocrite....

Seriously... Keep trying. I am amused by your efforts, and as long as your on my skirt tail... You're leaving others alone.

I do hope you have the absolute very best day that you can possibly have tho. And above all, I am going to do exactly that, with or without your approval.:-)

“Bazinga!”

Since: May 13

Greeneville TN

#111 Jun 12, 2013
GApeach-TNflower wrote:
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I can be impulsive.. But the rest... Negative. Lol it truly is funny to me how people like them are "above" me.
I think this is all hilarious. People start a thread voicing their opinion, we continue it voicing ours. But somewhere along the line someone takes such offense to what we say that they have to try to degrade us by calling us names and saying we're classless. I don't really care. My family loves me and in the end, that's all that counts. People can stay shallow forever. Just proves if we're that damn bad, so are they.

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