Biracial Booty is putting on their lab coats and science goggles in the first ever Biracial Booty Science Lab Experiment, name pending.
I was scrolling through Tik Tok the other day and saw one of those #WhiteBoys that’s covered in black line drawn traditional tattoos.
Like these kind of tattoos. The kind that you get a mishmash of and there’s no rhyme or reason as to where they’re placed and it’s not cohesive, but it is kind of cohesive. Not important. Said guy had a 1996 tattoo on his stomach – read abs – and I could not for the life of me decide if it was hot or incredibly weird and odd. So I took to Twitter and Instagram for science purposes obviously.
Now, should I have let the people know of the exact tattoo that I was referring to? Probably. But we’re not precise here at Biracial Booty Science Experiments, so context and variables are not always a part of our system.
As you can see from the above data, it was pretty much a no from most people, which is honestly what I expected, since when I asked my roommate if she would she gave a very disgusted “no.” So I truly was not expecting anything short of mostly nos. Obviously on Twitter I added the caveat of “it’s not 100% a deal breaker” which is true, I think the personality that comes with a man that puts his birth year on him is the deal breaker, not the tattoo itself.
I don’t personally know any men with their birth year tattooed on them, but I can truly just imagine the kind of douchebag that would. It stresses me out honestly. Is it incredibly hot? Kind of. Would they treat me like shit? Most likely. But I mean, men be doing that all the time, so at least we should have something nice to look at!