Tattoos prove unprepossessing
When you think of tattoos, bikers, rappers and degenerates usually come to mind. In many cases this is absolutely true. Tattoos are trashy and very much unattractive. Unless you go for a Mike Tyson face tattoo, getting a tattoo is not worth the trouble. The only thing that looks worse than a tattoo is a bad mullet haircut. One of the worst problems with tattoos is that they are usually accompanied by pierces and dyed hair, which makes you look foolish. God made you in his image and likeness, so why would you want to sully it with a random Japanese letter on your arm or a stamp on your back side. Everyone knows the best players in sports do not have tattoos. The Splash Bros of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson are on the forefront of this list, along with other great players like Babe Ruth, Dirk Nowiztki, James Harden, Tom Brady, Drew Brees, Roger Staubach and Emmitt Smith, just to name a few. There are always athletes that try to look cool by getting completely tatted up. The leader of this group is Chris Anderson, better known as The Birdman. Looking even worse because he is white and his tattoos are in color, Anderson turned from a regular looking guy into someone who looks like he is going to hold you up at gunpoint and rob you. Imagine where Southern culture would be without tramp stamps. We would not have as bad of a perception of rednecks if it was not for terrible tattoos. Being tattoo-free gives a classy look that never goes out of style. Whereas someone who has a tattoo is immediately perceived as lower class than what you actually are. Achieving a tasteful tattoo is almost impossible, so trying to do this is not worth the effort and will make you look like a redneck. Look at actors like Leonardo di Caprio and Christian Bale. They are tattoo free and always pull off a classy look for acting roles throughout their careers. Girls with tattoos ruin a beautiful look that they were blessed with. Picture Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Lawrence. Now picture them with a sleeve of tattoos going up their arm. Their beauty is now sullied by their choice of getting inked up. Tattoos can go out of style or lose their reference within five or ten years, and by the time you are in your sixties the tattoos will look horrible. The exception to all tattoos, however, is when someone gets a small tattoo on their wrist, foremarm, etc. that truly signifies an important event or person in their life. For example, a tattoo with the name of a deceased relative is usually never a bad way to go. The pinnacle of terrible tattoos is the spur of the moment tattoo. This tattoo is one that you do not even know you got until you see it in the mirror the next morning. These types of tattoos usually consist of butterfly stamps and the like. After realizing that they have a tattoo, people hurry and get tattoo removal, which costs a lot, because they know that tattoos look horrible.
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