View Poll Results: Do you think tattoos are aesthetical?

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  • I think it looks good on both men and women.

    9 18.37%
  • I don’t think it looks good on either gender.

    21 42.86%
  • I think it looks good on men but not on women.

    2 4.08%
  • I think it looks good on women but not on men.

    0 0%
  • Other(please elaborate)

    17 34.69%
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Thread: Are Tattoos Aesthetical? What is Your Opinion?

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    I don't like tattoos on girls at all, I will never understand why they would want them. Males I don't care about in the first place so I have no opinion on that. I see this constant trend of emulator lemmings getting tattoos as they see a lot of other people doing it. I notice how common sleeve tattoos are now, or that people are covered in them. It is the same as the "tramp stamp," lower back tattoo on girls. Those who have them are just copying each other. Once they get one and regret it, they probably start getting more to try to rationalize why they got the first one.

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    ..........same here........
    My 2 grand kids are covered with tattoos, I let them know how I feel.
    What really got me is that a pastors wife claimed she has a tattoo on her private part, on her vagina...... So how did it get there? Did she expose herself to a man or a woman? I did not ask, I did not want to know.

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    I think tattoos look best on men; but most tattoos look bad if thought and artistic talent aren't implemented.

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    I voted "I don’t think it looks good on either gender".

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    I notice how common sleeve tattoos are now
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    For those who don't want to commit (or pay) for the real deal, go with the wearable sleeve


    I think some tattoos can look good but I think some people go too far and I don't really like women with random tattoos all over the place (like objects that have no seemingly related purpose).

    Men with all sorts of tattoos (especially on the neck, face and hands/fingers) start to look a bit gang or crime related to me.

    I also just don't like certain ideas or images and there are too many gruesome skulls with snakes coming out of eye sockets and obviously any gang imagery is nobody I want anything to do with.

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    I did see a woman a while back with a black ink upper arm band with a Scottish clan emblem which I thought looked cool

    I remember an article of a discovered ancient northern man (I forget the details). I remember it talked of and showed some plain line tattoos that some people suggest had some medical or pain-relief purpose at certain spots.


    Ahh ... I found him ... Ötzi the Iceman


    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart...ces-180970244/


    Previous studies of the Iceman’s tattoos have hypothesized that the lines and crosses etched into his skin offered therapeutic benefits rather than simply serving as decorative embellishments. As Ancient Origins’ April Holloway writes, the tattoos, which were created via small incisions traced with charcoal, align with “hard-working areas of the human body,” including the ankles, wrists, knees and lower back. These spots are commonly associated with acupuncture treatments, raising the possibility that Ötzi’s community knew of the practice some 2,000 years before it was believed to have first emerged in Asia.

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    Thumbs Down Tattooed People are Mentally Ill

    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenrune View Post
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    For those who don't want to commit (or pay) for the real deal, go with the wearable sleeve


    I think some tattoos can look good but I think some people go too far and I don't really like women with random tattoos all over the place (like objects that have no seemingly related purpose).

    Men with all sorts of tattoos (especially on the neck, face and hands/fingers) start to look a bit gang or crime related to me.

    I also just don't like certain ideas or images and there are too many gruesome skulls with snakes coming out of eye sockets and obviously any gang imagery is nobody I want anything to do with.

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    I did see a woman a while back with a black ink upper arm band with a Scottish clan emblem which I thought looked cool

    I remember an article of a discovered ancient northern man (I forget the details). I remember it talked of and showed some plain line tattoos that some people suggest had some medical or pain-relief purpose at certain spots.


    Ahh ... I found him ... Ötzi the Iceman


    https://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart...ces-180970244/


    In the Mental Hospital , that I have to be lockedup currently ,
    many of the employees of age below 35 , both women and men ,
    have such arm sleeve tattoos , and plenty of those .


    I don't care , since I just want to get out of this hellish place ....


    Those 'nurses' sit on the window benches , their shoes on the radiators ,
    and give pills and spoons , that were falling to the ground , still to the patients .

    But the elders are less tattooed , and behave similar ....



    From the picture of the wish for pain , that is included in some patients .




    So , one could summarize , that tattooed people want pain , are mentally sick ,
    and try a refuge as 'nurses' for some job in some Klapps-Mühle , Crazy-Mill ...
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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