Yes, because you are taking a rather immature approach to your 'figuring out'. You are being confrontational. You will never be able to 'figure it out'. You can't 'dare' someone to like or accept your tattoos if you in fact actually have them. They either will accept them or they won't. It...
What you think and what a potential employer think are obviously different. The only answer you will ever get regarding tattoos in the job market will be "We've decided to hire someone else."
Wise up and grow up.
We now have Cousin Wayne here with us. He's in a little box about the size of a shoe box, in a plain old Ziploc bag. He now weighs about 8 pounds. It's surprising how little space our bodies take up when reduced to the elemental parts.
So, you've already committed to buying it, or you have in fact bought it, otherwise wouldn't you say, "I would be changing those right away"? Why ask about it's 'legitimacy' after the fact, John? It's too late now.
'Getting'....'got'....it's all just semantics, Johnny, or don't they teach that word in Bellmore Junior High?
I find it interesting that you always claim I am 'picking on' you, but you always start the profanity and name-calling.:hmm: