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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
#217 - inthenameofcake
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(05/28/2013) [-]
Despite the fact that there are so many people who still insist you will never get a job with tattoos and piercings, you still can.
The people who say that, frankly, are living in the past.
Admittedly, there is still a small amount of discrimination against people with tattoos and piercings in the older generations, simply because in their time tattoos and piercings were only worn by degenerates, thugs, etc. Or so they thought.
The world has grown up a little bit, and body modifications have become a much more acceptable thing, and rather than being seen as something scary and bad, they're an art form.
Whether you like it or not, it is becoming more and more acceptable to have tattoos and piercings. There's already stories of top University professors who have turned out to be covered in ink.

Give it another 10 years, and there will be CEO's of huge corporations with a nice sleeve or two. Deal with it.
User avatar #245 to #217 - usernamecannotload
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And yet, places still discriminate against guys with long hair. I could understand if a place that serves food denies you, but other places...
User avatar #232 to #217 - angelmatvey
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As long as their tattoos and/or piercings aren't taken too far, I'd be fine with hiring them as long as they're as intelligent and collected as the next guy. Tattoos and piercings are a form of art, but it's kind of like those people who tan way too much. There's a limit to how much you can do before you start looking like you have an obsession.
#225 to #217 - clorge
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#217 I'd like to direct your attention to #192
User avatar #221 to #217 - cormy
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(05/28/2013) [-]
It really depends on how the piercings and tattoos are...
I'm 20 and am not fond of either, certainly not those that my cousing has. He has four ?studs? on his forehead, one on one end of each of his eyebrows, possibly two on each ear, one on his lip and one on the side of his nose.
And it just... Doesn't look good. It's the same as a woman that has way too much make up on to me. It has to be subtle, an accent. Turning your face into a canvas or art project usually takes things too far.
I have no problem with tattoos and piercings, but some take it too far.
It's like anything else really... Everything in Moderation right?