View Poll Results: Do you like tattoos on girls?

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  • Yes - love them!

    30 44.78%
  • No - hate them!

    16 23.88%
  • Some - if they are not visible

    12 17.91%
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    9 13.43%
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    Hate them, but there are a few exceptions, some tattoo's I've seen I consider art, but they are rare.

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    When done properly, yes. I have 2.

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    I think it depends on the individual tattoo, how it suits the individual, and where it is (on that individual).

    I couldn't give a blanket answer, as (to me) that's like saying "do you like long hair?" Well, yes, on some people, and if it's nicely kept. But on others, it might not suit them, and if it wasn't well kept then I wouldn't like it.

    Personally I chose to have 2 small ones in discreet places, so that they will never show in any normal clothes or stop me from wearing anything.

    I think it all depends on how they suit a particular person.

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    Can't vote, on phone. I don't like them in general. Most are pretty ugly imo

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    Im yes and no about it. If the tattoo is done nicely and the tat is well maintained then I dont mind them. But if the tattoo is done poorly and it's faided and looking nasty then its a no.

    I have a tattoo and I have it on area which can be cover up. My sister has lots of tats all in areas that are generally covered by clothes when she goes to work. But some of hers arent that nice. And shes just got the tattoo for having a tattoo has no meaning to her no connecting to her at all. Think her worse tattoo is that large bow she has on her lower back. Great for her bf tho! lol

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    I LOVE tatts on just about anyone. I love beautiful girls with full sleeves or leg tatts; i love islanders with tribal facial tatts, i love the sweet old guy down the road with the gang tatts on his time-worn old face; i love small single tatts full of personal meaning. I wish my hubby would get some tatts - he'd look smokin hot (more so than he already is)

    To me, the tatt becomes part of the person. Like hair colour or birthmarks or other features. I've never looked at someone and thought "oh she'd be prettier without that dolphin on her ankle", nor have i ever thought "oh she'd be prettier without that portwine birthmark on the side of her face". I know the tatt is a choice and a birthmark isn't, but it is the way they've chosen to present themselves to the world. It's just the way i see people. I see them as a whole, just the way they are.

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    Not a fan of sleeves or huge tatoos on anyone. I like small, meaningful tattoos on men or women. I have one tat which has pretty much no sentimental meaning to me and I regret it. I want to try to get it transformed into somethine special one day.

    I also had a tattoo which DID have sentimental meaning, but I've since had to have it removed. Another oops.

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    I LOVE tattoos on girls!!!

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    It depends. Sometimes i think it looks really great and other times i'm not a fan at all, depends on the tattoos i guess.
    I'll vote 'other'

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    Generally, no. However, I have a girlfriend who has a sleeve tatt, the center of which is her mother's face. Her mother died of cancer a few years ago. Anyway, it looks awesome and she totally owns it.

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