ANSWERS: 45
  • one doesn't bother me, but more than one or a real large one outside of the "t-shirt" zone bothers me in the corporate world - it seems out of place - anywhere else, go for it.
  • If it's in the middle of their forehead, it might distract me.
  • Not in the slightest. - I don't quite get why they are not approved if it's a modest tattoo. - Like I want to get a Triangle tattooed on my palm with detail (It's really symbolic and awesome), or my wrist, but I can't because of corporate America :(
  • Not at all.
  • Not in the least. Some of it is actually quite beautiful artwork. I have one myself but it is only visible when I wear a bathing suit top and cut offs.
  • no i think they look beautiful depending on what it is ok course :)
  • Nope I love tattoos.
  • No, I like tattoos.
  • I have a load of them and Im getting more so none of them bother me. This is one of my next ones, but it didn't post in the correct format, it is actually going to go down the center of my back and it is in emblematic verse and in the shape of a mouses tail. "Fury said to a mouse, That he met in the house, 'Let us both go to law: I will prosecute you. Come, I'll take no denial; We must have a trial: For really this morning I've nothing to do. Said the mouse to the cur, Such a trial,dear sir, With no jury or judge, would be wasting our breath. 'I'll be judge, I'll be jury, Said cunning old Fury I'll try the whole cause, and condemn you to death. It will serve to remind me never to allow myself to become enraged ever again.
  • Of course not. That's what non offensive tattoo's do.
  • Tats are fine with me...
  • Yes they do. I may be old fashioned about it, but tattoos still leave me with a negative impression especially as first impression.
  • No, and I'm not entirely sure why jobs discriminate against people who have these types of tattoos (or piercings). When employers and customers do that, I think this is one of the worst kinds of discrimination and prejudice that our society participates in today on a widespread, overt and open level.
  • Nope, but I follow the Hanes T-shirt rule. If I wear a Hanes t-shirt (undershirt) you cannot see any tattoos. That's my policy, but if you follow a different philosophy, that's cool. Unless you mind me trying to figure out what it is, or asking you about it. Tattoos have alwyays intrigued me, even after I started getting them.
  • I find them to be a distraction. I'm not offended by them, but in conversations, I find my eyes drawn to the ink, instead of the person's face. It's kind of like trying not to stare at a naked person's genitals.
  • No, heavens NO!
  • Yes they do. Tattoos are supposed to be bad @$$, if they're non-offensive I feel let down. I'm really looking foreward to some picture of a naked lady dancing with a snake and instead all I get is a Mom wrapped in a heart. Damnit now I'm pissed!
  • I sit home every night and fret about it.It's consumes me every thinking hour of the day.I can't seem to get it out of my mind,I see it here,there and everywhere.......Ah were was I in this conversation?
  • not at all.
  • Of course not! But they sure draw attention to the wrong places!
  • Idk A tattoo has to fit a person offensive or not, some ppl have that wrong tattoo in the wrong places IMO. I cant really say much I have no tattoos.
  • GGGrrr...I am going to get slammed for this but I just thinkthe body is sacred and shouldn't be drawn on or pierced. You wouldn't go draw on a church would you? But also understand I work in a max prison I see some weird tats.
  • I just don't care for them. I don't think they enhance anyone's image, but it's probably just my generation.
  • Not at all i find them beautiful why would a tattoo offend me if its a form of art?
  • Not at all, however I find it unattractive when people are COVERED in them.
  • No, but i get really bent out of shape by thoroughly vile and offensive invisible tattoos
  • No i like tattoos I have 2 tattoos
  • Ok, I'll be honest and say it depends on the situation. If it's a professional situation and someone has a tattoo showing that isn't offensive but also isn't classy, it can bug me in the same way that it bugs you when someone wears colors that clash or has a shoelace untied or something. It's just the urge to have everything be neat and orderly, and a lot of people have tattoos that really aren't very artistic, so I'll get distracted and keep thinking hmm that line should be there, or that color is getting faded, or wondering why they chose such obvious flash, or... Yeah, I'm easily distracted. >.<
  • Not unless it was on one of my kids.
  • They are not my personal taste, but they don't bother me because what you wear is really none of my business.
  • I have several tattoo's i don't find them offensive but i do feel i have to cover them from time to time for different occasions..
  • No kind of tattoo bothers me that someone else has. If your happy with it then I am happy for you.
  • Even non-offensive tattoos tend to be in poor taste. I just feel sorry for most of these people. Even if you buy a great painting by a great artist, you're likely to get tired of it after it's been on your wall for ten or more years. So why would you put BAD art by a BAD artist into your own skin, where it will fade and bleed in the sun, and sag and bag along with your aging skin, as you get older?
  • Tattoos in general do not bother me. What is the difference between tattooed people and non tattooed people? Tattooed people dont care if you are not tattooed.
  • Do they bother me, no. I don't care for tattoos either way.
  • nope, i like 'em :)
  • All marks on the flesh are considered a sin. you should treat your body like a temple! - Donnie "God Loves You AND your body!" Glax
  • They don't bother me, but they don't appeal to me either.
  • They don't bother me. I've come to expect anyone under the age of 40 to have at least one.
  • They don't bother me, no, but I don't much care for them.
  • nope:)
  • tattoos are an expression of the persons feeling and like and what not. the only visible offensive tattoos out there are the people that will walk right up to you because you have a tattoo that they can see and make an ignorant comment on them. they are the ones that any tattoo is offensive. for me i have a bad habit of walking up to people with the visible tattoos and saying nice ink and were did you get it. i like collecting different artists work.
  • No, as a matter of fact, I wish I could get tattoos on my wrists, but that's not socially acceptable. I think that this society needs to loosen up a little bit about that subject.
  • No. But I fail to see their high appeal. . And mostly the ones people make are just stupid and I would be ashamed to wear something like that for the rest of my life, while damaging my skin. . And for me they still have criminal or death camp origin connotations.

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