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liquidspace | 12:14 Thu 25th Feb 2010 | Body & Soul
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Just trying to get opinions on something.
If you saw a man who was heavily tattooed, all over legs, arms, hands and bit of neck what would you think of that person? Would you judge them?

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Not sure about looks but I have to speak to someone before "judging" them.
not sure id ever class a tattoo as horny but i found a guy very horny and he just so happened have a torso covered in tattoos.
It depends on the type of tattoo. If they were all very modern and stylish then no, if they were cheaply done and old fashioned then probably yes.
"If you saw a man who was heavily tattooed, all over legs, arms, hands and bit of neck what would you think of that person? Would you judge them?"

I'd think he must have a good tolerance for pain.
Personally, a single tattoo is very acceptable if it reminds them of a special person or a special event or place but to be covered in them seems to me to be simply a sign of personal vanity.
I also think that having a tattoo across your throat saying "Cut Here" is a bit ridiculous.
It may be OK when you are in your teens but is going to look stupid when you are 80-ish.
Incidentally, I don't have any tattoos as I'm good-looking enough just as I am. (joke!)
depends on what the tattoo's are depicting. but although personally i hate them i have no problem with others who have have them. one of my good friends is covered in them, i hardly notice that anymore though
"but is going to look stupid when you are 80-ish. "

By that time it won't be noticeable, it will be wrinkle hidden :-)
Great at 18 perhaps but think ahead...... http://www.shittytatt...th-full-body-tattoos/
I would think he was vain.
I must admit that I am surprised by the number of ladies with tattoos who go on cruises,the vast majority of which are over 50. I have a tattoo which I'm happy with (and it's still not wrinkly) but I still feel I should cover it up when going into dinner.
Watching Kim Marsh on Pop Star to Opera Star she looked really good and then you saw the tattoo and it somehow totally spoiled her look. OK perhaps with a T shirt but they look awful with evening gowns.

I am sure your tattoo is very tasteful Craft, but in general they look so awful on older women, particularly when they are out in town in leggings and figure hugging T shirts and aren't exactly very slim. Why do Mums feel they have to dress and act like their daughters - you can still look young and attractive without doing that. I am sure their daughters must be embarrassed!!
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I wouldn't assume he was a particular kind of person, but choosing to do that to your body is choosing to be stared at. I wouldn't find it attractive and it may look intimidating. I would probably wonder what kind of job and lifestyle he had!

and I have 2 tattoos.
Some people take there time to judge
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTwXharxdAA&feature=related
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I reserve my judgement on anyone until I have got to know them more.
No, not at all :-)
Hi liquid,
no I wouldn't judge them, I don't know them.

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