- Oct 12, 2009
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Does a person having a tattoo raise or lower your percieved IQ of that person?
If that was true he would win the prize for nerdiest tattoo ever, as well as demonstrating that his intelligence rivaled that of dolphins, although still paling in comparison to that of a mouse, 42 is not the solution thoughIt DOES depend on the tattoo and the location. I have ink, but none of it is visible in a professional setting. I also know a guy that has two full sleeves and a dead hooker stuffed into a trash can on his chest. Just saying...
Oh, and the answer to that math problem on that guys back is 42.
.My tattoo is 3 lines of equations, the top is the Born Oppenheimer Approximation, the second line is the equation in the form of a 3-Dimensional Schroedinger Equation, and the solution in the form of a Schroedinger Equation. As a biochemist and molecular biophysicist I studied a lot of this stuff and I must say, Schroedinger was my favorite and well, I had to do it.
depends on the ink, and it does make me question their taste at times. I know a guy that has a "tramp stamp" that says "Man Whore" in old english font.Does a person having a tattoo raise or lower your percieved IQ of that person?
Since I and everybody else I know has tattoos, it doesn't really change my impression of a person.Does a person having a tattoo raise or lower your percieved IQ of that person?
rof It's not a "T" if it's a wife beater.depends on the ink, and it does make me question their taste at times. I know a guy that has a "tramp stamp" that says "Man Whore" in old english font.
I happen to have a couple of tats, neither visible unless I am wearing a wife beater T.
It's amazing I don't, constant temptation back then. I doodle tatoos all the time though, been doing that for like forever.Since I and everybody else I know has tattoos, it doesn't really change my impression of a person.
What kind of tattoo and where- if I'm going to make a snap judgment about somebody, it would be based on that.
When I meet somebody my age who has no tattoos, I'm mildly curious about how they managed to be a teen and a 20-something in the 1990s and emerged completely un-inked.
I figure they have an interesting story to tell- very different than mine, and therefore of interest to me.
If by "tramp stamp", you mean lower back, that's what I've got.I'm biased, but that's because I have several myself. Most people when they discover I have them, are surprised. I am a professional person and it's been my experience that people really judge someone by their 'cover'.
I've heard everything to tattooed people are 'trash' and/or only have tattoos for attention. Which never has made much sense to me because a lot of people I know have tattoos that aren't easily visible. It's a very personal choice to tattoo your body and unfortunately, people have negative perceptions about those with tattoos.
For the record, I do not have the 'tramp stamp' variety of tattoos.. which it seems is what most people think women have - and I'm not sure why that is.
No, kids these days don't seem to mind. Tattoos are still pretty popular.I'm not one one those people who feels the need to go out of my way to be "unique," so I don't mind old people having tattoos at the same time I have a tattoo.
I dunno, my father doesn't have any tattoos, and it isn't about rebellion for me. I'd feel silly if I put something permanent into my skin because I had daddy issues.No, kids these days don't seem to mind. Tattoos are still pretty popular.
It's just odd they'd want something their parents have, or at least people their parents' age.
Sort of defeats the purpose of rebellion.
My dad was a hippie. He doesn't like tattoos at all.
He says when he was young, only soldiers, sailors, and convicts had tattoos.