My brother, who is in his 50s, is worried that the family man will see tattoos on his arms.
Many people are interested in arguing when the winner of a recent game show has a lot of tattoos on his body. This makes me quite confused when the crowd is more impressed with someone's appearance than someone's talent and strength.
I have a brother in his 50s
but he looks much older than his age, due to st patrick's day clothes many years of working in all kinds of jobs. His face is a bit rough, his speech is as loud as a fight in the market. In particular, he has two tattoos on his left and right arms. A tattoo of a zippo lighter spewing fire. A tattoo of the words: "Find friends in four directions". He kept his hair long and tied it at the nape of his neck with an elastic.
If you don't know, someone in the room who sees him for the first time can say quietly to the person next to him: "Look, you playboy, it's your people".
But contrary to his appearance
he is a gentle and family-loving person. At three o'clock in the morning, I got up early to go to the oven to bring hot crispy bread to my wife to sell in time for the morning market. At noon, they carry vegetables to sell to workers after the afternoon shift. Cooking, washing dishes, bowls are also in his hands.
But until one day, I almost didn't recognize him when I cut off his long bun, combed his hair and parted it 7/3. He said: "Next week, a boy's family comes to ask his daughter, so it has to be changed, otherwise they will judge me as a thug. The boy's family is far away, they don't know what to do with me. drag the father who looks like a gypsy to brag. The hair has already been cut, now I'm just worried that they will see the tattoo and leave a bad impression." I thought to myself he was a caring father. A person who loves and cares for his family is unlikely to be a bad person.
People with tattoos are inherently subject to many prejudices from society. Up to now, somewhat more open, many young people also join the subject of "tha thu" (tattoo) - it sounds soft, but it does not reduce prejudice somewhat.
No sympathy is the first thing
If you are not familiar with relatives, brothers or close friends, you will hockey jersey be very shy when interacting and touching people with "tiger" tattoos.
The image of criminals with tattoos will be more impressive and memorable than a guy with a tattoo who sings well and has odd talents. That's why everyone says that when meeting young people with tattoos on the street, it's best to stay away from the "avoiding elephant is not a bad face".
I suddenly thought that the "bad guy label" for people with tattoos as a classification of good people and bad people, are we too strict with them? Or is it just a way to protect yourself?