Linza in Washington

Linza in Washington

Linza in Washington Asked by Linza in Washington
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What is your opinion of tattoos?

Fine, if that’s what you’re into

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Hate, hate, hate ‘em

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Fine, if that’s what you’re into

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Brandon Boggs
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Brandon Boggs

Why in the world should I care what's on someone else's body? Unless someone is trying to hold me down and give me one against my will, I don't care. Self-expression is the least of my worries.

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Jessica Short-Long
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Jessica Short-Long

Not your body, not really your business

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Shanti Givens
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Shanti Givens

I don't have any tattoos, & I don't plan on ever getting one but I don't judge people who have them. I actually think body art is fascinating. Just not for my body.

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Gary
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Gary

I love mine tho I only have one and swore the pain wasn't worth anymore. And I love them to a degree on men. I don't like him covered but if he wants them my only request is that you are still presentable for the office. NO fave hands neck for me.

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Robert Sklar
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Robert Sklar

Some are great, others are downright ugly. Personally I won't get one but he, I don't judge.

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Tracy Odrowski
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Tracy Odrowski

I love tattoos, I have them. I believe that the work place is more accepting these days but you should also really consider what you are getting put on your body in visible areas.

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SturgisBaby
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SturgisBaby

Some are very creative and beautiful.

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Christina Carver
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Christina Carver

I personally don't feel passionate enough (other than my kids) about anything to have something so permanent...plus as I age I don't want to have Dali art on my body.

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Dawn Mari Collom
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Dawn Mari Collom

It's a harmless form of self expression.

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Galen Rodes
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Galen Rodes

Some of them are gorgeous. Some are awful...it isnt my body

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Edward Pisarski
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Edward Pisarski

I can't think of any message important enough to me to have a tattoo. They're mainstream now and that's fine, just not for me.

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Latrina Melton
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Latrina Melton

To each its own. Its not my body.

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Leeann Lambert
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Leeann Lambert

It’s not my body, therefore not my business. Having tattoos are a way of expressing oneself and do not harm others, I have seen some I haven’t cared for and some that were very nice.

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Tina Bouthillier
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Tina Bouthillier

I, a female have 3 small ones that can be easily hidden but I have to admit, when I see females with a bunch of them and some very large and can't be hidden, I cringe. Males? too many = you just crave too much attention so I will pass, thank you next! lol

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Elizabeth Lewis
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Elizabeth Lewis

I got a few tattoos over 20 years ago. I have never regretted getting them. The trick is to get them in places where you can cover them up for work or show them off when you want without looking trashy. I am a female and recommend not to get a tramp stamp (lower back).

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Bre valenzuela
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Bre valenzuela

I love tattoos. I think it is a way to express yourself and show who you are. It's what you put on your body. It's your choice it's your body so do what you want.

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Eileen White
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Eileen White

I don't particularly care for the way "excessive" tattoos look, but it is an individual choice. I recently had a lovely butterfly tattooed on my chest. To date, I have not had anyone recoil in horror!

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Shelley Green
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Shelley Green

Not for me. But what other people do is their business.

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L'Amanda Gamble
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L'Amanda Gamble

I love tattoos and seeing other people's tattoos. It's crazy there's still so much taboo surrounding tattoos

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Sandra Hazley
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Sandra Hazley

I am 75. I got a tattoo when I was in my 40's. I still like it. Nothing big. I don't mind a little art on a body but am not for covering. I say that because at 75, mine is drooping and I imagine they all do if you live long enough lol.

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skyler j
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skyler j

I have one and planning second one

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Charlene Garcia
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Charlene Garcia

They are not for me, but I appreciate the art form on some else. I think when people have them all over their neck and chest it goes from art form, to gangsta/Trashy.

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Ruthnie Angrand
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Ruthnie Angrand

Its art and its on you, not me

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Kelly Zabel
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Kelly Zabel

I have several tattoos myself, all can be hidden if need be for professional purposes. I think it's a means of expression.

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Amy Bagnall
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Amy Bagnall

Fine for those who want them- I don’t want one.

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Bill Neet
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Bill Neet

Love the expressions

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Ian A Campbell
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Ian A Campbell

Because i have 5, and i think if they are high quality they can ne very attractive

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Kristine Bismark
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Kristine Bismark

Personally I don't care for one or two but it's a personal choice. To each their own.

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Lrac Snave
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Lrac Snave

Different strokes for different folks.

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

pain less Nell, San Diego 1961

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Hate, hate, hate ‘em

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

None for me. Many people overdo them and they are permanent. In most professions, large tattoos are not professional. I understand they are an important part of Polynesian culture and that's fine.

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Lois J Mallernee Goldberg
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Lois J Mallernee Goldberg

Being a Jew, I found tattoos to be an abomination.

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M Paxton
M Paxton

I understand completely and agree,100 percent!

Mechanic Man
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Mechanic Man

One day, when you're older, you will dislike every single broken vein on your legs. And I saw one woman (wearing shorts and she was clearly in her 80's In the Dr's office. Her entire legs looked purple, Then I realized they were tattoos. EGADS.

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Lane Costilow
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Lane Costilow

I don't like to see people I care about get them.

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Mahta Mouse
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Mahta Mouse

Unless you're sailor or a carny worker; inking up your body looks trashy and never ages well. The (black) ink will turn blue, and all ink will fade and spread; and that "tribal" tatt, tramp stamp or "meaninful" saying won't look so "amazing" later on on wrinkled old saggy skin.

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Jane
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Jane

I don’t hate them but I find them unattractive and not a good idea.

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Katie Stevens
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Katie Stevens

This is a result of my religious beliefs. I believe in treating my body with respect and keeping it clean and unmarred, as much as possible.

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Debra Drachenberg Avery-McDonald
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Debra Drachenberg Avery-McDonald

I don't care if people have them covered up, but seeing them disgusts me.

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D May
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D May

I remember when I was younger noticing how as WW-ll veterans got older, and many heavier, there tattoos stopped being nice to look at. I see all these tattoos today and keep wondering, when their skin sags...

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Shirley C
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Shirley C

A substitute gratification for self development and expression that is meaningful. An addiction, something to hyper focus on...what will my next one be? Painful, so like cutting yourself, endorphins result.

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Dawn Sorcha
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Dawn Sorcha

I find tattoos to be very distasteful and unattractive When I see someone with a tattoo especially a woman it just takes away from her beauty in my opinion. From a religious aspect I prefer to keep my body unmarked and as clean as possible.

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M Paxton
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M Paxton

They just make you look dirty. Along with the giant holes in the ear lobes and the face piercings. I cant stand this body modification mess. It just looks cheap!

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LP Simmons
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LP Simmons

AFRAID OF NEEDLES SCREAMING LIKE A LIL GIRL WHEN GETTING MY.COVID 19 SHOT.

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Julie Brantley
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Julie Brantley

It sends a message we are not happy with who we are, the way God made us. I feel the same way about those wanting perfect teeth or noses, totally obliterating the 'family traits' that make them unique.

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