I think with any tattoo, there are things that make me go "urgh, no. No no no no no." Yeh, it's your face/body/'oh you can tattoo that?' but I do judge someone based on the image they choose to give.
This is more than judging a book by it's cover, as a tattoo is something that you have decided you want to be displayed. Part of what's inside you brought out. A little snippet of your personality laid bare.
Yeh. Judging has negative connotations, @nefarius, but I only meant drawing conclusions. I definitly wouldn't judge someone with Cultural tattoos on their face in the same way I'd judge someone with THUGLIFE tattooed across their forehead. Although you could argue that both are cultural :/
And then there are 20 year old tattoos that hold no significance any more. My neighbour has a fist tattoo from when he was in The Black Power gang in NZ. He recently left and became "an enemy" of the gang. He brought up his eldest son whilst in the gang. His eldest is in and out of prison. He also has an 8 year who he wants to give the best upbringing he can. He is a changed man. Judging can be a mistake @bad_at_pool