Tattoos: Turn On or Turn Off

PadoruLover PadoruLover
For me a guy with a tattoo turns me on (as long as its not tacky or down right ugly). I rarely even look at a guy that doesn't have one. What do you guys think Yay or Nay?
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6  (16%)
4  (11%)
21  (55%)
Total votes: 38
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Jan 24, 10:34 pm
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Missy27 Missy27
They use to be turn offs for me but I am growing to appreciate some. It truly depends on the tattoo, location and size.
Jan 25, 12:21 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
I like tattoos in general, but whether or not a person has them doesn't matter to me in the end. I'm more a fan of them for the art than anything else.
Jan 25, 1:43 pm
edeneve edeneve
too many tattoos, stupid ones, ugly & vulgar ones all are a huge turn off.
Jan 25, 2:36 pm
Oriental husband and wife Oriental husband and wife
I'm proud to say I do not have any ink. My wife would prefer I do not.
Jan 25, 3:23 pm
luv 2 sex luv 2 sex
LOVE tattoos!!! For me they are a big turn on and I have three of my own!
Jan 25, 3:32 pm
smalltalkingbit smalltalkingbit
It depends on the tattoo! This questions makes me chuckle because I used to think I would never date a tattooed, bearded, hairy guy-- and guess who makes me happy?
Jan 26, 11:43 am
Rossie Rossie
Depends on the tattoo and the person who is wearing it -- some people, including myself, just don't look good with tattoos.
Jan 27, 12:00 am
eri86 eri86
I like tattoos. Have a couple, discrete ones, myself. But tattoos themselves aren't really a determining factor in whether or not I'm with a person.
Jan 28, 12:57 pm
Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
The wife and I are a bit over tattoo age. Not to say that many older people don't get them - lets just say 50-something skin is starting to sag - and tattoos just don't look good.

Some for the younger set to think about - will you still love that tattoo when your married? Are you OK with explaining what it means to your children?

How's it going to look after 20-30 years?

I know people 'live for today'...

But as Mickie Mantle once famously said "If I had known I would live this long - I would have taken better care of myself!"

So be prudent - and take care!
Jan 28, 3:16 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
Quote:
Originally posted by Gunsmoke
The wife and I are a bit over tattoo age. Not to say that many older people don't get them - lets just say 50-something skin is starting to sag - and tattoos just don't look good.

Some for the younger set to think about - will you ... More
I will have no problem explaining the meaning to any children I might have. And eh, I know it'll start to look bad after like 30+ years and I'm okay with that. The art will age with me like any good companion.
Jan 28, 7:01 pm
blondie blondie
I've never really been interested in tattoos
Jan 28, 11:18 pm
LoooveMonkey LoooveMonkey
I don't understand how you could look at an incredible tattoo and NOT love it even if you aren't a tattoo person. Now they don't generally turn me on. But a curve flattering tattoo on a girl with a beautiful body... Oh, man.
Jan 29, 12:38 am
Fetisha Fetisha
I've always loved them and I'm pretty open to tattoos anywhere really. I can handle a face tattoo if it's small and by the hairline or something. I work for a company that allows tattoos anywhere on the body as long as it's not vulgar. Pretty awesome.
Jan 29, 8:25 pm
LAndJ LAndJ
I think tattoos are super sexy, but my partner would never consider one as far as I know. I'd even love if he got a got a tattoo he could hide easily like on his chest.
Jan 30, 8:35 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
Neither of us has any, wants any, or finds them "attractive". In fact, we don't get the concept of permanently marking one's self in ways that often lead to regret later. I know this happens, since our daughter (who is of "tat" age...but has none), is making a great living with a big part of it being removing those "regret" tattoos. Another little fact, removing them costs about the same as getting them....only with a couple more zero's added to the price tag!!!

It seems that people work so hard not to be "labeled" and then they label themselves that way?

We try to be accepting and open minded enough not "judge" anyone, but when we meet someone all tatted up, who turns out to be a really nice person, we cannot help but wonder (and we speak about it later) "what were they thinking", or "why did they do that"??? Again, it may be generational, but we just will never "get it".
Jan 31, 5:11 pm
The Amber May The Amber May
I love tattoos, I have seven so far and getting my next one this month. Ever since I was exposed to people with tattoos I have always found them attractive, on either sex. I have developed many crushes on guys covered with them same with females. My husband has two on his forearms. I would love if he got more but that wont happen.
Jan 31, 5:37 pm
Cream in the Cupcake Cream in the Cupcake
Big on! Haha
Jan 31, 9:25 pm
raggedyanndy raggedyanndy
Mostly I find tattoos hot, but when guys have really gross sexist ones like a half-naked lady with her boobs hanging out? No way.

I think non-offensive tattoos can be a great way to get to know someone as well as being super hot.
Feb 1, 3:51 am
PadoruLover PadoruLover
Quote:
Originally posted by wrecklesswords
I will have no problem explaining the meaning to any children I might have. And eh, I know it'll start to look bad after like 30+ years and I'm okay with that. The art will age with me like any good companion.
I agree. I know they will age but so does the whole body so its not like it will be that big a deal.
Feb 2, 12:35 am
Teaser Teaser
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
Neither of us has any, wants any, or finds them "attractive". In fact, we don't get the concept of permanently marking one's self in ways that often lead to regret later. I know this happens, since our daughter (who is of ... More
Agreed, and I think I am roughly in the same generation as you, and I don't get it either. HOWEVER, if a person has a small, kinda discrete "nice" one, I am learning to say that's okay. (I have to. My daughter has two small ones. Sigh...)
Feb 2, 11:44 am
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Teaser
Agreed, and I think I am roughly in the same generation as you, and I don't get it either. HOWEVER, if a person has a small, kinda discrete "nice" one, I am learning to say that's okay. (I have to. My daughter has two small ones. Sigh...)
Our daughter is about the only person in her "group" of friends without one! Her and her husband simply don't like them. Again, she makes money removing them, so she see's the regret part all day long. It's okay, however, since all those tat's are helping pay for a nice trip to Australia they are taking this summer!
Feb 2, 1:03 pm
Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by The Amber May
I love tattoos, I have seven so far and getting my next one this month. Ever since I was exposed to people with tattoos I have always found them attractive, on either sex. I have developed many crushes on guys covered with them same with females. My ... More
Please explain, if you can, what part of them turns you on so? For those of us who don't get it, I am just plain curious.
Feb 2, 1:04 pm
wrecklesswords wrecklesswords
I will state this, there are some TERRIBLE tattoos out there, but its like any art, some is good, some is bad. Some don't always turn out the way you want them to turn out, and that will suck quite a bit.

Then there are the ones that are just so phenomenally good that it's hard not to "ooh" and "aah" over them quite a bit.

I lived with a tattoo artist and I have seen both the good and bad of his own work, or the good and bad on his clients from other artists.

Also, any tattoo artist who works on a person who is on drugs or alcohol is breaking the law in many states as people are supposed to sign a waiver stating that they are sober in all capacities. An artist who works on on intoxicated person are probably the ones who give the "regret" tattoos as that seems to be when most people get them. Not to mention, the cardinal rule of tattoos are to never get a lover's name tattooed on you.
Feb 2, 1:40 pm
megankl0618 megankl0618
Quote:
Originally posted by PadoruLover
For me a guy with a tattoo turns me on (as long as its not tacky or down right ugly). I rarely even look at a guy that doesn't have one. What do you guys think Yay or Nay?
I could really care less.
Mar 7, 11:43 am
SaucyxGirl SaucyxGirl
I love tattoos on my partners. I find ink to be very sexy.
Mar 7, 2:09 pm
Kitt Katt Kitt Katt
Hubby and I are both ink free. Neither of us have ever had any reason or desire to get one, so no tattoos here.
Mar 22, 10:40 am
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Unique posters: 22