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Whether misspelled or of passing Internet trends, a bad tattoo is something you just know when you see it. But what about pop culture tattoos? Permanently inking the name of your favorite popular musician, TV character, or movie franchise may seem like a good idea for now, but these things are called “pop culture” for a reason: Things don’t tend to stay popular forever
If you have a tattoo and are currently seeking work, you might be worried that your ink is keeping you unemployed. But as Urkel used to say, “Don’t fret, my pet”: Apparently, employers are becoming more accepting of tattoos, mainly because they don’t have any other choice. According MSNBC.com, many Americans have at least one tattoo, forcing hiring managers to “choose between rejecting inked employees or having a severely limited job candidate pool.”
I found a great posting of 38 very cook tattoos with a nerdy point of view, I will post a few of my favorites but be sure to go to Urlesque.com to see the rest…
Tattoo businesses thrive, despite recession, as more Americans accept body art. It started at the lower back. Angels and demons and shimmering koi were taking up residence on the exposed skin of college kids and soccer moms.