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poker chips and tattoos

Discussion in 'The Furball Forum' started by cowboywannabe, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. NDCent

    NDCent Socially Inept

    Mar 19, 2010
    I would never hire someone with those features and traits to represent my business.

    I also won't be eating where someone with guaged, infected, rotten, stinking, ear flesh is waiting tables or serving food.
  2. shanny161984


    Mar 9, 2013
    People that do this crap are screaming for attention, so I give it to them. My favorite is to just stare at them until they say something then explain just that. But most of the time they just wander off.

  3. Radam3


    Jul 22, 2011
    I have no problem with tattoos, as long as they can be hidden when necessary. Have many myself, all concealable if needed.

    Facial, hands, and neck tattoos are not for me, but I am not going to ***** about the folk that have them. To each their own. I know a lot of people that have them that are gainfully employed. Are they doctors and lawyers, no. Do they make enough to support their families, yes.

    Now as far as the idiots with the "poker chips" in their ears, I could go on all day about! That **** looks ridiculous and will never heal! At least with just regular piercings once you've decided to be an adult the holes close up and leave hardly any evidence of their prior existence. But once these kids decide to make the holes big enough to where you can put a pop can through their ear (or even the "small" ones that are only about the size of a dime) they are stuck with that FOREVER! And considering most of the ones that do this are still in their 20's, there will be some interesting looking old folks come 30-50 years from now! I loathe the ear gauging thing! Even more so when an otherwise pretty lady does it :puke:

    "I question things because I am human"
  4. walt cowan

    walt cowan

    Feb 18, 2005
    thank god this stuff wasn't the "in thing" when i was a kid. hair, clothes, shoes, slang and music can be done away with pretty easy but, this crap is forever!
  5. minuteman32

    minuteman32 NRA & GOA Life

    Aug 20, 2004
    Central IN.
    I waited until I was in my 40's to get my tats. I wanted them to look good in the nursing home. :)
  6. walt cowan

    walt cowan

    Feb 18, 2005
    tats on a a good looking woman is like using spray paint to tag a hot sports car.
  7. GLWyandotte

    GLWyandotte Señor Member

    I waited until 51.
    My parents are dead, so they won't be too freaked out. :supergrin:
    I took a long time finding the right artist and the right art. I haven't ever been a "snake-through-a-skull" guy and didn't want anything too trashy, but to each their own. I like Japanese art. Not a fan of asian letters or words- hell, it could mean "No 2 with eggroll" for all I know.

    This is what I got, I did it for me, and I like it.

  8. glockin-45


    Feb 24, 2009
    North Carolina
    Sounds like you don't like tats? that's fine. I am a 60 year old, in shape, and don't look 60, have tats. I don't like nose and big ear loops in the kids these day's, looks stupid. But then, when I see old pic's of people my age when we were young, that long hair and bell bottom pants don't look so cool now. My tats are not faded and my arms are not sagging, but big deal if they were. Maybe when your 60 you'll have some purple skin blotches on your arm, like I see on some people, and wish they were old tats.:supergrin:
  9. doktor doom

    doktor doom

    Aug 30, 2003
    charlotte, NC
    I always see lots of young hipsters with the big ear piercings. I always engage them in conversation. It goes a bit like this: "Back in the 70's my grandparents travelled to Papua New Guinea, where the natives had ear piercings very similar to yours. Now, this might be a bit before your time, but they did a brisk business trading the natives their native handcrafts for the old 35 mm plastic film canisters from their cameras, I still have some of those old plastic canisters from back before the days of digital cameras. You got anything worth trading?"
  10. lawman800

    lawman800 Juris Glocktor

    Google "Head Bagel Implant" for the next big thing... injecting a big glob of silicone into the forehead so it looks like a burger bun, then pressing your finger into the middle hard until it forms a depression, then walk around with a bagel inside your forehead. Personally, I think it looks more like a hemorrhoidal anal opening than a bagel, but hey, it's not my body.

    As for tats, yeah, I got one, when I was in my mid-20's, still working out and looking more fit than a lot of people who are 1/2 to 3/4 my age. It's how you keep it up that matters and when I get too old to work out, then I will be too old to care.
  11. NDCent

    NDCent Socially Inept

    Mar 19, 2010
    Head bagel implants; those are attractive. :upeyes:
  12. KevinFACE


    Feb 16, 2010
    Also not your problem.
  13. Angry Fist

    Angry Fist Dehumanizer® Lifetime Member

    Dec 30, 2009
    Hellbilly Hill
  14. OldSchool64


    Sep 5, 2010
    That ↑↑ is the face of Ugly.

    Hope it doesn't get any worse than that!
  15. wingryder


    Oct 9, 2012
    28.420, -81.171
    Thank goodness. I thought it was up to me to do something about it! :upeyes:

    Sorry, thought this was an open discussion. I guess only cool people with tat's are allowed to post here?
  16. ShallNotBeInfringed

    ShallNotBeInfringed NRA Business Al

    Feb 2, 2013
    The pin cushion guy is a beggar in Cuba if I remember correctly. He walks the beaches, panhandling funds from the south American and European tourists. I think his life has some disfunctionality showing.

    I am afraid we have opened pandoras box a bit too wide, and the door is open now. The circus is no longer a traveling side show, we are all being pushed daily into accepting this BS as normal. We are becoming the circus.

    sent from my rotary wall phone

    THEPOPE Nibb

    Feb 2, 2006
    Fort Wayne, Indiana
    With the biggest deceitful clown the free world has ever known in charge.....

    Yeah Ime out....:cool:
  18. Roger1079


    Mar 22, 2008
    South FL
    It always amazes me how people on a gun forum that are constantly crying about their constitutional rights are so quick to judge and criticize others for exercising different rights and freedoms.

    If someone else wants to get a tattoo or piercing, good for them.....their body, their property, not anyone else's concern. If they look stupid in their old age or now for that matter, so be it. We are all responsible for our own decisions and people with tattoos and piercings will be responsible for theirs.

    I have no piercings and tattoos from my lower shoulders to my elbows, both my calves, and my entire back. Roughly 30% of my body is covered in ink. All are easily covered with a pair of pants and a short sleeved shirt. That was a requirement for ME, not to be accepted by the old timers. Oh, and I have a bachelors degree in information technology and work at a company employing 500+ people as the IT director with 14 years in the field. All of this accomplished by the age of 34. Imagine that. Some inked up thug with both a college education and a well paying career????? We must be in the Twilight Zone for such blasphemy to occur.
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2014
  19. NEOH212

    NEOH212 Diesel Girl

    Mar 25, 2008
    North East Ohio
  20. NEOH212

    NEOH212 Diesel Girl

    Mar 25, 2008
    North East Ohio

    That looks like something the millennials would elect for president one day.

    Seriously, WTF is wrong with people anymore! :dunno:

    And people like this wonder they don't get hired when they apply for a job! (If they even want to work in the first place.)