My personal view is that Once upon a time there was a girl who really loved hedgehogs and tattoos shirt a well-done tattoo which is a reasonable size and good design, can look really attractive on a man. And placement is important too. A sleeve, or full back, or basically anywhere but the hands, face and neck (and possibly bum) can look good. Despite saying that, Sketch from ‘Tattoo fixers’ has one on his face, in his hairline, and it looks good, so I suppose there are exceptions. (But then he is a tattoo artist, so perhaps he can get away with more tattoos in places that other people can’t – it’s his job, after all!. Shit tattoos probably wouldn’t be that attractive, but they probably wouldn’t put me off, either – unless they had bad-taste, sexist or racist content, or were totally moronic or badly placed.
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I did date someone years ago Once upon a time there was a girl who really loved hedgehogs and tattoos shirt with dots on his knuckles and love-hate on his fingers. He had loads of smallish, crap tattoos, including a couple of names. Many of them were blurred and faded. It wasn’t attractive but it didn’t deter me. But I could never have taken him home to meet my mother! Maybe that was for more reasons than just the tattoos, though. Tattoos these days have improved so much from 20+ years ago, though. It is really an art form now, as opposed to someone just tattooing a clumsy outline from a template and filling it in. There are a variety of styles and they are much better quality. When done artistically, skilfully, and thoughtfully, they can be a very attractive body enhancement.