I don't like when people tell me I won't be able to get a job because of my tattoos. They're all inoffensive (animals or animal related) and can be covered with regular clothing for the most part. My legs and shoulders are easily covered, as are my forearms if I wear long sleeves.
But that's what gets me about "You won't be able to get a job". I HAVE a job. I've never been unemployed more than a week since I started working for a living when I was 16, tattoos or no. I despise that stereotype.
I also have my tongue pierced and people point out if/when they notice it, that it's going to affect my speech. I've had it for 9 years, for one, and for an other, we've been conversing just fine this whole time. Granted, the first few days after I had it done, I sounded like I had a sweat sock in my mouth, but my tongue was very swollen, and it was about on par with how some people sound after having their wisdom teeth out.
Bottom line is that it's my body and I can tattoo it up or punch it full of holes if I want to, and no one has any right to judge me for it.