Nothing against tattoos, but it depends where they are and what they are.
It would be a tiny bit of a turn off if the girl had a tattoo on her face or someplace that couldn't be covered up by clothing, but I could look past it if it was meaningful or vital to her in some way (family related, intensely spiritual, etc.)
It would be kind of awkward to me if she had a tattoo near her genital area saying something about said area or just generally the kind of stereotype that I've seen in p*rn (stars, cat, cross, etc.) Once again, I could look past it if she had a good explanation.
All in all, tattoos are only a deal breaker for me if you have them without seemingly thinking about them (got drunk/high and got it) because it says to me that you make bad impulse decisions. Better a tattoo than a baby, but I digress.
I suppose I just dislike people who get tattoos to be different. It's like putting on a hat or pair of pants that you can never take off. I don't get it.
Sometimes I find them incredibly sexy, like a crazy turn on lol I have no idea. Sometimes when I see a girl with full sleeves it just makes me SOOO horny! lol sometimes I guess they can be too much. I've got one on my left shoulder blade (family crest) and next year I'm getting my dad's family crest on my right shoulder blade XP
i love them IF they aren't just some tacky piece of shit common one like the infinity symbol or the birds or all that stuff that every other girl has. Tattoos are art and if its meaningful and beautiful its real hot
I love them, only if there aren't too much. Like if she had one to three tattoos is good, but if she has like in every part of her body, that I don't like too much. I want to be able to tell what her skin looks like.
I like them on the shoulder, lower back, ribs, lower abdomen (right above the pelvis), and on the feet.
Hell no! Tattoos make a man look like a criminal thug and a woman look like a crack whore from the trailer park. I have spent years sitting in court rooms and working with police. 100% of the tattoos and piercings I saw belonged to the people referred to as "the defendant".