What does it say?
Write the Hebrew letters if you can
Literally translates to Gabriel.... but for me it stands for The Arch Angel Gabriel.
And I don't know how to write the letters on here.
And Paddy... I know plenty of men in the military, high and low ranking, with tats. And who the f---- gives a crap about people in the gym. I was a leader all through school and in our political rallies I was a leader. I'm one of the highest employees at my place of work, and every place I have worked, I am a leader there. And when I open my own place Ill be the LEADER there.
You are coming off narrow minded and pidgin holing.
You are just stereotyping people and that is not only arrogant but also ignorant.
I am very proud of my tattoos and put a lot of thought into all of them, since Ive designed them all.
Tats are a form of expression, I'm not asking you to like them.
But please respect our choice to get them.
Think before you speak!
I agree. I know teachers, principals, school board members (looking at my future career), plus accountants, CEO's, CFO's, software engineers, aeronautics engineers, mill foremen, and regional managers with tattoos. If no one sees it, no one knows. Even if someone sees it, it's rare that it affects their opinion.
Even in education, where every aspect of your life is fairly scrutinized (so you don't become a bad influence on children) I've had bosses and colleagues that had tattoos.