Some women don’t think that ladies should have tattoos, others don’t really care. I’m proud to say that I’m one of the latter since the right tattoo, or the tattoo that a person flaunts because it’s their personality, makes a significant difference.
Yeonji Williams, one of the hottest models in existence at this time, definitely flaunts that ink in a way that one can’t help but notice since from the top to the bottom she has some script, floral tones, and something that looks like it came right of H.R. Giger’s sketchbook. If you don’t know who H.R. Giger is, well, I’ve got no help for you at the moment, other than to mention the inspiration behind Alien.
One can only imagine how many men take a look at her each day and wonder what it might be like to make a woman like this happy, or even to just make her smile. From the top of her head to her toes she’s radiant, tight, and definitely has it all where it counts. Just looking at how she pushes those shirts out (are those kid’s sizes?) is enough to make most hetero men’s eyes widen to the size of Disney characters in awe and, well, something else. Get your mind out of the gutter, mine needs to float by for a while.
Women with Tattoos are Badasses
It’s not difficult to see how Yeonji might turn heads, especially since many women that have tattoos, expertly done tattoos anyway, tell you three things right away: Here are those three things
- They enjoy self-expression, since otherwise it’s likely that they would either hide their body art or they wouldn’t get it in the first place. Some might call this lewd, not lady-like, and heave a sigh of disappointment complete with the disapproving frown. The best answer for this is a sarcastic smile and a one-fingered wave of appreciation. It’s their body, let them be.
- They have a definite sense of flair depending on their artwork. Taking a long, appreciative look at Yeonji, maybe a few minutes too long in some cases, can make it obvious that she knew what she wanted on her body and went for it. It’s better to be patient and make decision on a great tattoo rather than settle for a recommendation.
- Anyone that can sit still to get the types of heavily detailed tattoos that Yeonji has can take a great deal of pain. True, the pain of a tattoo is a lot different than something like a broken bone or dislocated joint, but if you’ve ever sat in the tattoo parlor for more than an hour getting your ink done, then you know that the pain tends to escalate the longer you go. Let it never be said that women can’t manage the pain, even if her ink likely took more than one or two visits per piece.
Is Yeonji a hottie? You’re damned right she is, and she’s someone that many guys would
love to treat to a drink and whatever she considers to be an enjoyable time. Hell, just talking about her tats would be a fun time for any guy. Okay, it’d be an enjoyable time for me, I admit it, I’m curious to know what the writing on her body says.