Saturday, February 7, 2009

Celebrity talent vs. Celebrity beauty – can you have both? - another look at tattoo art

WARNING TO PARENTS: Your children want or already have tattoo's on their body.

When I last wrote about tattoo artwork on the bodies of young famous women, like Megan Fox, Angelina Jolie, Britney Spears, Anna Kornikova vs. young celebrities who don't have tattoo's, I had no idea of the interest this would have throughout the world.

Anybody can be infected by the tattoo disease that is spreading like chicken pox.

In the last article titled "Celebrity talent vs. Celebrity beauty – can you have both?" I may have poked fun at the idea that you should wait until your established and famous, before tagging your body with tramp stamps, tribal tattoo's, sailor Jerry retro artwork for rockabilly and swing fans.

I think what I failed to realize is, how mainstream tattoo's are in our pop culture and America's youth of today. Thank god I have the gene, that gives me strength to not give into peer pressure, because I somehow did not follow the trend. I don't have tattoo's like so many people do, and not just one tattoo did they follow their friends with, but they have several tattoo's.

This new low class breed of followers, is our youth. The youth of today are thoughtless followers that shame their parents and society. This is the same youth of girls with no self worth and no self confidence whom lack control of their bodies. They choose to be promiscuous before they even finish high school.

Is this an infection? The youth of today are definitely infected
by this disease called tattoo's.

Some adults, afraid to grow old, run to stay trendy by showing they have what it takes to stay young, and are getting tattoo's at an unheard of rate.

Why do African American women get tattoo's behind their ear's?

I guess what I am trying to say is that even though you are mutilating your body, and destroying your natural beauty, it is to much in the mainstream to argue with its acceptance.

What I can say for the year 2009, is that employer's will not hire people who have visible tattoo's. So please put them where the sun don't shine, and hide the ghastly ones, you disenfranchised slacker losers.

"A new study out of Texas State University reports that people with tattoos and body piercings are unpopular at the office. Folks surveyed said that they would rather not work alongside people with lip rings and tramp stamps that would be the tattoo above the lower back that many Hollywood starlets favor.

Even worse, the people with tattoos and body piercings didn't trust their own. A survey of more than 150 people revealed that even those adorned would think twice before buying business insurance from someone with tattoos and piercings.

This discrimination reminds me of the daft women who won't vote for Hillary Clinton solely because she is a woman. Shouldn't the inked and pierced support their own? Reuters reports more here, including the fact that 30 years ago, only one percent of the population had a tattoo. In 2006, 24% of America had gotten inked.

Foreign kids want to be like American Teens.

So if you don't want to come across as an undesirable loser, or a drug addict or alcoholic who got a tattoo while they were drunk or on ambien's, HIDE YOUR KEYS AND YOUR WALLET FROM YOURSELF.


Anonymous said...

Not to be mean or anything... But it's "tattoos" not "tattoo's." You've got some rouge apostrophes all over there.

I love the irony of calling people with tattoos losers and rule-breakers when the rules of grammar are totally lost.


Anonymous said...

If you are going to attempt to (very poorly) stereotype all people with tattoos, the least that you could do is proofread and use the correct versions of "you're" and "too". Otherwise, you just come off as an elitist idiot that has to resort to fallacies to try and make a point. The fact that you moderate your comments leads us to believe you don't like people who disagree with your posts, which by reading your rant, makes sense considering it's just a bunch of judgmental drivel from someone who doesn't have a clue on how cultures work and change.

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