Tattoos, Body piercing
(which I definitely do not want a woman to have!)
1) 'Statements' (which I do not like)
2) More or less dangerous:
2a) Body piercing both physically and with respect to infection.
2b) Tattoos - with respect to infection.
re 2a) -just imagine what happens if 'his' hair get caught in 'her' ear-ring [and that's just a relatively innocent example].
re 2a) and 2b) - infection with blood-borne diseases [aids, hepatitis, etc...]
[if hospitals can't avoid infection with "golden staph" what chances do the local tattoo parlour have with respect to sterile techniques?].
Am I too fussy?
(i e do I make too many conditions?)
The first FSU women I got involved with had a tattoo.
I did not even notice it. We walked past a place that did tattoo’s - and I asked her on her thoughts about tattoo’s. she said "I have one" I said "where" she said "you are looking at them" I say " what 2 " she say "yes - my eyebrows"
Very cunning and very fashionable.
She said many do their lip outline also. I never realized - all her eyebrows were plucked and her eyebrows were actually INK !!!!!!!!!
Personally, I have a couple of tattoos and think it is great ... although noone would know unless I showed them! It's got to be tasteful though .. I mean there are some extremes that no man or woman should ever go to ;)
A few years ago I dated an American girl that was covered in tattoos: two full sleeves, a full back piece, a chest piece, and one full leg. She was incredibly hot, both to me and to most men that saw her when we were out together.
OK, from your comments I can certainly see that it is a topic that should be mentioned in the communication.
-So 'we' both know what the other thinks about these things....
"...- take nothing for granted..."