About facial tattoos preventing getting a normal job

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About facial tattoos preventing getting a normal job

Postby Abdul Alhazred » Tue Sep 02, 2014 3:26 pm

Yes, this is sports.

An NFL Player Got A Tattoo On His Face To Keep Himself From Ever Getting A Normal Job
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... Westbrooks told ESPN's Nick Wagoner that he got a tattoo below his eye in 2011 because he never wanted to get a normal job again. Making it in the NFL would be the only way to prevent him from becoming "a guy that has a tattoo on his face looking for another job." ...


And after his football career is over, a Roman death? 8)

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Re: About facial tattoos preventing getting a normal job

Postby MRC_Hans » Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:11 pm

I don't suppose he'll need a job after his career, if he saves up spme of his income.

Anyway that tattoo seems rather benigh. Wouldn't kee ME from hiring him, provided he was otherwise qualified.

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Re: About facial tattoos preventing getting a normal job

Postby grayman » Fri Sep 05, 2014 11:31 am

Doesn't seem that bad to me either. Besides, using lasers, tattoos can be removed easily enough without scarring and only minor discomfort during the process.
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