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  1. #11
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    i have seen the tattoo

    i met Vision the PUA style talks about in his book. he was the first to get the tattoo, he got it in the wrong place but it's pretty cool a watch can cover it. it's smaller then a dime and it is almost pink, if you don't pay attention it looks like a little rash.


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    A word of caution on tattoos. Tattoos are not an approach invitation tool like peacocking gear. They can be a great conversational piece in comfort, however.
    And provided long sleeve shirts cover the tattoo, it's not a work issue.

  3. #13

    Tattoo's are for life, Your probably not going to be a PUA for the rest of your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by disco2disco
    Tattoo's are for life, Your probably not going to be a PUA for the rest of your life.
    No, but you'll be using these social skills for the rest of your life.

  5. #15

    Is it just me,
    or does a heart on the inside of your wrist seem a lil femm or gay?
    Not that there`s anything wrong with that......

  6. #16

    Quote Originally Posted by Cedar
    No, but you'll be using these social skills for the rest of your life.
    I don't see your point, I don't need a tattoo to let people know I'm socially devoloped, They'll know when they talk to me. It just seems like people jumping on the band wagon and trying to be like the well known PUA's. Tattoo's are fine but when I read about the PUA one I laughed, Get something individual if your gonna get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doc
    Is it just me,
    or does a heart on the inside of your wrist seem a lil femm or gay?
    Not that there`s anything wrong with that......
    Its just you...
    Peacocking etc can be practically cross dressing...But most of us do it.
    Talking about colognes, fashion, hair cuts, tanning salons, face cream etc on web sites is considered "homo", but we are all here doing it.
    What your saying is quite an AFC Amog kinda statement, (no offence) being in this community you should not have opinions on, "things being a little homo"... That's social conditioning.
    Why would it matter what others thought of it if you genuinely like the idea of having it,(IF, you personally might not) ...
    You know yourself that you are seducing women, fine ones at that...Why people stand around making statements like "That's a little fag." You should already be in the C2 stage of seducing their girlfriends.
    Your confoming to what society considers as "homo", be the exception to the rule my friend.
    See my point?
    Unique

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    BTW, some nightclubs won't let you in if you have a visible tattoo on your forearm. Something about 'gang tattoos.'
    Which is bullshit. I have a full sleeve. What the hell kind of gang requires a full sleeve? 'Yo homeboy. You get down to the parlour. When you got your 24 hours of work done, you come back and we jack a few cars to pay off your credit card.'

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    I guess it's a face control??? We have strict dress code here too, the wont let you in if you have a hoodie on, or a baseball cap.... i guess they don't want "hood" people come in..
    Quote Originally Posted by Cedar
    BTW, some nightclubs won't let you in if you have a visible tattoo on your forearm. Something about 'gang tattoos.'
    Which is bullshit. I have a full sleeve. What the hell kind of gang requires a full sleeve? 'Yo homeboy. You get down to the parlour. When you got your 24 hours of work done, you come back and we jack a few cars to pay off your credit card.'

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    I have two tats, of which can be covered up by a shirt, but it has never been an issue with work or anything else. It is a personal choice though...so get a heart on your wrist if you want one...if not....then dont...no big deal.

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