Don't like em. Natural is better. Better to be respected for one's mind, personality, and character than a flaming tatoo on the lower back.
exactly wad traqqer said .... Being Natural and being comfortable in one's own skin is the key here ....People wont judge you wid a tattoo but by who you really are .
I'm not a big fan of tattoos or toe rings for that matter!
The purpose of a tattoo is to draw attention when exposed.
I suppose a small one isn't as bad as a large one but given a choice dating two equally attractive women with one having a tattoo and the other without one .... I'd go with the one without a tattoo.
Bottom line though it shouldn't matter what a guy thinks. You want to be loved for YOU and if having tatts is a woman's thing I'm certain there are plenty of men who'll love them !
If I was a LOT younger, and into the dating scene, looking for a quick lay, I would hit on all the tatted up bimbos.
I love tattoos and being tattoed.I dont mind dating girls with tatts! Unless she wears that generic Tribal/Celtic "slag tag" type tatt that some girls have on their lower back. For some reason I find this a turn off !
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