By Anonymous - / Saturday 28 July 2012 16:02 / United States - South Bend
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By  chicub  |  4

Don't judge a book by its cover...

By  MCRaddict15  |  15

I never understood why people get those. I mean, tattoos on your body are fine, but if you're tattooing your face, you have to face the fact that you can probably never get a real job, unless you want to cover your face.

By  SHAMUS_the_WITTY  |  18

At least he doesn't have one that grows

  rsunshine2020  |  13

OP, who are you to judge.. Isn't it the inside that counts?


Oh, I'm sorry number 34, did my comment offend you? Is that why you replied to my comment asking who I am to judge? Is that it? The reason you replied to my comment? Hmm? My bad, I'll have to work on that.


She replied to my comment with the intention of being near the top. Which is against site rules.

By  chicub  |  4

Don't judge a book by its cover...

  boating_guy  |  33

All I'm saying, is the first thing I thought of when I read this FML was that (Sonic?) commercial: "for a dude with a face tattoo, he actually turned out to be pretty dangerous"

  SolanumX  |  6

I think the books cover is usually a pretty good indicator of what's inside. Not always, but honestly people of higher moral character tend not to get tattoos on their face.

  perdix  |  29

That's a stupid saying. Why do publishers invest so much time and effort to make attractive cover art? Going to a book store is an exercise of judging books by their covers.

If you are referring to not judging people's character by their exterior appearance, you are somewhat right. When the cover is defaced by the author's poor judgment, you can bet the text inside is going to be similarly useless.

  p3mguin  |  7

54 fifty shades of gray- that is all

By  MCRaddict15  |  15

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment


Its called cover up.

  Syneriam  |  7

Even though it sounds harsh, it's true. the majority of people judge others, and in a serious job industry it could be a problem if it's too big or offensive. It's a stupid thing, and they don't judge just by tattoos and piercings, they also judge by hair color! I do not think this is a good thing, but sadly I can't do much about it :l

  kimg0885  |  23

Hair dye maybe?

  KiiwiiRox  |  6

Well it depends really.
I have little stars near my eye and it doesn't effect my job. Unless you get something big and provocative, I don't think there's anything wrong.
It has to be a little unnoticeable tattoo though.

  Drigr  |  8

We are slowly, but surely, becoming a society where this is more acceptable though. Face tattoos are kinda a stretch, but piercings and such

  kdodge213  |  4

That would be just plain old discrimination

By  blcksocks  |  19

So what?

  blcksocks  |  19

To all the people who think he can't get a job: my boss' boss has a face tattoo and he is by far the most intelligent among all his peers. It's true he would have been judged in very conservative companies but it's the talent that matters in the end.

By  KitGrey  |  4

Don't overreact she's probably doing it to wind you up.

By  camimiller16  |  5

Wow a face tattoo......thats ummm....awesome


Today, I donated a dollar to a kids charity at Lowe's. The cashier handed me a star to sign my name, I signed it and gave it back to her. She looked at me with disgust and asked what was wrong with me. I had to pull out my license to prove to her that my name is really Michael Myers. FML

By M1CHA3L_MY3RZ - / Wednesday 2 March 2016 01:22 / United States
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