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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUCubswin View Post
    Serious question because now I'm intrigued.

    The only thing on this lady thats attractive is her face. Everything else is blugh. Opinions?

    What the hell is on her left arm? Is that drunk Jesus?



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    Call me a hypocrite because I have tats, but I prefer my women to not have tattoos.



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by awd4cy View Post
    What the hell is on her left arm? Is that drunk Jesus?
    Yeah, it's sort of like if they made Jesus out of one of those Monster High dolls that are a thing or whatever with little kids these days.


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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    I don't have any and for some reason a lot of my friends are surprised by this.



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    [QUOTE=cowgirl836;4122267]I bet she's the inspiration for the lady on Hell on Wheels with that exact tattoo.

    Correct. I don't watch the TV show, but I've heard there are some notable discrepancies. The major one, is the TV character plays a hooker - correct? In the historical case, Oatman was a 14-year old Morman teenager, who lived in captivity for 5-years until ransomed back to the whites. She would later marry and live / die in Texas.


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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    My father got them on his arms in the military and said it was one of his biggest mistakes. I listened to him and glad I did. I guess I'd be ok with one in an area that no one saw but then what is the point.

    To me they are similar to bumper stickers, which I also think are obnoxious. I have a nephew that for some strange reasons really likes wolves. He has a tattoo of one on his arm and a sticker on his truck window. I still haven't figured out why?



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    I have 5, and have been wanting to get a 6th for a while now. I've been thinking about doing something based on one of the Grant Wood murals in the ISU library, or something relating to ISU athletics. Got the first at 18 and the last about 10 years ago. All of them are covered by shorts and a t-shirt.

    The mural at the library is "When Tillage Begins, Other Arts Follow" and there is a panel for Mechanical Engineering. I'd probably get it modified a bit to look more like a big, inline diesel engine since that's what I work on professionally, and replace the brick background with something else.



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    ITT: people without tattoos being experts on why people get tattoos.



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowgirl836 View Post
    I bet she's the inspiration for the lady on Hell on Wheels with that exact tattoo.

    Correct. I don't watch the TV show, but I've heard there are some notable discrepancies. The major one, is the TV character plays a hooker - correct? In the historical case, Oatman was a 14-year old Morman teenager, who lived in captivity for 5-years until ransomed back to the whites. She would later marry and live / die in Texas.

    she is a lady of the night, correct. My guess is they weren't having her be an exact persona but just took the tattoo to get some of the social stigma storylines. Because a 14 year old Mormon girl really has no place in the story.


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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by Gnomeborg View Post
    ITT: people without tattoos being experts on why people get tattoos.
    I don't think thats it at all. I know in my statement I was actually asking questions - I am curious as to why those things are, because I don't understand them.

    Anyone else posting in here without tattoos is curious as well.


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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by Gnomeborg View Post
    ITT: people without tattoos being experts on why people get tattoos.
    Just people responding and giving opinions to the original post, which included, "What do you think of tattoos?" or similar.


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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    I hire people in an office setting and I doubt I would extend an offer to someone with visible tattoos. Just being honest.


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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    Quote Originally Posted by Incyte View Post
    I hire people in an office setting and I doubt I would extend an offer to someone with visible tattoos. Just being honest.
    I've hired for 8 years in an office setting and my companies have had actual policies about tattoos. But, for me it depends on the location and what it is. Neck tattoos, hand tattoos, sleeves, stuff like that would be no nos. if they have a small tat of their kids name on their wrist, I'd probably not be too concerned about it.



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    Re: Friday OT #2 - Tattoos

    I saw a couple with tattoos on their ring fingers rather than wedding rings. To each their own I guess.


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