Dak’s New Leg-Sleeve Tattoo

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CowboyRoy

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Alot of people feeling it means nothing. Just like there are alot of people that would say that judging someone based off their look is pretty low. Just opinions though.
Right or wrong people do it. How you present yourself matters. You want to look like a slob with long hair, tattoos all over your body, ripped jeans down below your azz you better be the best at what you do or find a line of work where presentation doesn’t matter.
 

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I don't think tattoos goes with the rest of those things. Doesn't make someone look like a slob in my opinion but your entitled to yours as well.

I, personally, don't care about any other man's choice of tattoo, hair, clothing, or anything else. Doesn't make you a better or worse person. I guess i see people as more then those things but strictly my opinion.

For example, tons of men and women I work with who are in various lines of work do just fine that have tattoos. A few of my police, fire fighter, and military friends don't come across as anything but professional and they have tattoos.

Once again, I just see people for more then that so I guess that's why i don't see the issue but you obviously feel the way you do and that's all good.
 

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Honestly. FK Dak. Garrett taught you wrong my boy. Be more like Troy and less like Tony Romo.
 

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He is saving the other leg for that
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I think it is mental health more than about how it looks or the appreciation of ART but that's just my opinion. To me it is the same as getting addicted to alcohol/cigarettes. People explain it and justify it all day but in reality none of it is natural and I like a GOOD bourbon or vodka from time to time. Everything in moderation I guess even one tattoo here or there but that leg tattoo (or anything like it) is overboard.

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Association with sexual immaturity, rebellion problems with identity and need to assert independence
 

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Right or wrong people do it. How you present yourself matters. You want to look like a slob with long hair, tattoos all over your body, ripped jeans down below your azz you better be the best at what you do or find a line of work where presentation doesn’t matter.
Lol. What a ridiculous line of thought. I’m in charge of sales for a multinational construction corporation. I have tattoos. This isn’t 1950. Trust me. You’re in the minority with that thought process.

You can wear a suit and tie everyday and be unemployed, or better yet, be a serial killer. Stop judging based on appearance. It’s unbecoming. You asked me in another thread about tattoos. With no judgement. Now you’re judging? I respect you man but this is a brutal take.
 

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Tattoos can be removed.
I know a relatively small one can and the results aren’t optimum but I guess it would look better than granny bending over to pick up the grandchild and revealing a tramp-stamp with an arrow saying “deliveries in the rear”…….but that’s just my humble opinion….and to each their own.

BTW, I wonder how one would get an entire leg of tattoos removed?…..
 

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Dak's tattooing taste and the extent of it, is his prerogative and I don't care about it one way or the other. He is working with team members during the off-season in his backyard which is in the form of a lined and marked 50 yard football field built by the same contractor who constructed the stadium and training center fields. It likely cost him several hundred thousand to build that field several years ago, and then there is maintenance cost as well.

The old pat off-season criticism of any disliked quarterback is "why aren't they studying game film". You can study film all you want but there is nothing like competition in real time to separate the wheat from the chaff and that goes for all players. You may want Dak off the team but there is nothing you can do about it so let's hope he has a great upcoming season particularly since he has also restructured his contract.
 

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I bet some guy or guys have a picture of this on their wall with the pic of dak with no shirt. couch, couch, a, couch, couch, c.....
 
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