I consider Target a family store. It is great to see young people employed there. But, the last time I was there was a young woman with multiple piercings on her face. One in her nose and one in her lip. Each has a large ring with pointy end like dark black daggers. She was in the process of explaining to a small child that she just liked them. She could barely move here mouth. Then I saw a tattoo on her rolled up sleeve. Well I guess there are no standards at Target.

I though Target was a family store with class. I was nauseated. Many piercing and tattoos are not even sanitary. I was waiting for the puss to come out if hers. Or the pointy ends off the hoops to catch on the one of the items in the check out line.


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Wow....judgmental piece of crap. And no, I don't have tattoos or piercings....I also don't treat others like garbage because they do. You should just stay home.


You’re annoying. As someone with “multiple face tattoos” (2 Lip Piercings, A Nose Piercing and a Tongue Piercing) customers like you are infuriating.

Piercings are not dirty if properly cleaned, and are actually rather hygeinic once healed. Under your “logic”, ear piercings are also “dirty”.

These people are friendly and working hard, and a simple hole in your face with a tad bit of metal through it does not determine someone’s worth or work ethic. But from what I gather from you, you are a very judgemental and rude person.


Sigh.....I don't ever want to meet you in person.

I have tattoos and piercings, I"m over 50, and working full time for the last 34 years in a professional corporate environment. I'm not "unsanitary", not "family un-friendly", not "low standards".

If you automatically think that, then you need to remove yourself from society.

Do us all a favor, for you are most likely unsanitary, not family-friendly, and have low standards.

The people you mock would be eternally grateful. Honestly.


Your complaint would carry more weight if you could spell. It's PUS not PUSS..

unless you were waiting for a cat to step our of that piercing. Now THAT would have been worthy of writing about. Seriously lady, get real. So you know, I'm not someone who is personally interested in multiple piercings or gauges.

I'm 51 and have two tattoos.. both of which I've gotten in the past three years. If it is your standard practice to pass judgement on people based on how they look, you've got issues of your own.

As far as target being a "Family Place", again, are you serious? I feel sorry for your children, being raised by people who deem anything that scares them as bad.


You obviously know nothing about piercings. They don't randomly pus and they're perfectly sanitary.


Judging, as in God's Word, the Bible, is NOT telling people they are doing something wrong or bad. Most books in the NT are Paul, or someone telling whole cities what they were doing wrong.

Jesus told people they were doing wrong. And afterwards He also said,"Go and sin no more". I guess a lot of parents, according to people's definition of judging, are judging their own kids. I was taught right from wrong and good from bad, and never once thought I was being judged.

The Bible tells you to go go your brother and tell him when he is doing wrong/bad. If he doesn't quit, you take another person with you and if he doesn't quit you take hime before the church, and if he keeps on, you kick him out. Churches would not have so much bad in them if they followed this. Judging is when you condemn a person, and break them.

Like when you tell kids they're no good, ***, useless, will never amount to anything. You destroy their self worth and ruin them. Just like a judge , who judges a person/crime, condemns them to prison. It's basically ruining them.

That is God's way of judging.The world is doing what God said they would, "Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil". A lot of bad stuff is now 'good' these days. God never changed His meaning of good/evil.

A lot of bad happens because people have changed what is good/bad. Our going to *** in a hand basket country is a great example.


Lol *** you. She didnt even do anything to you. Youre disgusting ***


I was just in the hospital with a life-threatening illness.. the attending physician had tattoos and piercings...did these tats or piercings interfere with his ability to do his job?


People who think they have a right to tell others what to do with their bodies MAKE ME SICK!


Piercings are completely sanitary!! If you knew anything about them you'd know that.

I applaud target for allowing employees to be themselves. Sounds like a good place to work.

Welcome to the 21st century you hateful ***. Glad I won't be seeing you around target.


People like this nauseate me.



I worked at Target for several years. Upon being hired I already had tattoos not visible in uniform but while employed did get a whole sleeve (natural skin still visible) on my left arm.

I only ever received ONE odd remark about it from a customer as to if it was allowed. As far as facial piercings I do feel an employee has some right based on safety guidelines but in a major corporation such as Target employees are allowed to be tattooed especially granted that the subject matter is not offensive. If you find tattoos and piercings offensive that is unfortunately a personal problem; if the employer did not approve of the jewelry she would have been asked to remove it or go home.

I, personally, currently have my septum (middle part of my nose for those unaware) pierced with a very small bullring but would not show up to interview nor work in most places unless I removed it or flipped it up to be courteous to my environment. It's all a matter of personal opinion, but if you dislike it so much I suggest going through appropriate channels and trying to amend current rules rather than making extremely ignorant comments about 'pus' and tattoos being 'unsanitary' because nothing is unsanitary about a healed tattoo.


Why don't you post a picture of yourself so we can judge you on your looks.


Seems YOU are the disgusting one. If you have such a problem with tattoos and piercings, stay in your house and don't take your ignorant *** outside in public.

People like you have no place in society.

I bet you consider yourself a "Christian" also, going around judging other people on your high hirse.

Get a life, if you don't like how someone looks... DONT LOOK AT THEM OR DONT GO THROUGH THEIR LINE.

I can't stand ignorant *** like yourself.


First of all, she most likely did not come to the interview with piercings and tattoos. Second, if they did not hire her based on this she could sue for discrimination. I agree there should however be some sort of dress code.


I am disgusted by you! It is very rude for you to judge her.

Shes young and if the worst thing you can find on her is her lip ring and a tattoo that by the way can be covered if she rolled down her sleeve, then you really sound like you're either seventy years old or a very religious person who doesn't like tattoos

Was she being rude to you?

Did she seem like she hated the world? No. She was humble and you were the one who was disgusting her.

The times have changed from the 1800's lady. Target is a family store and you should be ashamed of yourself for judging her.

to Anonymous #1074175

While I agree with you that she should not be judging her, most companies have a dress code. One form of fashion I do not like is when teens and college age students wear their pants below their waste so that you can see their underwear, they may think it is cool but it is not. Just makes them look foolish.


Wow lady, I hope God doesn't judge you as bad as you judge others. I will pray for you.


It's people like you that make the homeless rate for young adults so high. Let's face it, we're in an era where at least half of the people 18 - 30 years of age have a tattoo and quite a bit of them have or have had a less conservative piercing.

You can't deny these people jobs and respect forever.

The truth of the matter is, the older generations are just going to have to adapt. There's no use in complaining about a younger generation and their styles. They all just sound like typical cliche old people.

Stop generalizing these people as being horrible. I'm sure she was a polite young lady with a good work ethic.

Just because Target is open minded and giving this younger generation a chance to make a living and survive doesn't mean they don't value their image and don't pride themselves on customer service. I promise you that they wouldn't hire somebody that they think is unfit for the job.

Maybe the older generations should take notes on how to be more open minded accepting from Target.


You need to get over and stop judging people. I detest people who feel they are above others.


As wrong as this person is for judging a store and employee soely on their appearance/policies it is even worse that all any of you have to say is negative things back to her/him. It's disgusting that the only way you know how to defend something is by bashing someone else's form of thinking.

I strongly urge all you to rethink before you type something on an anonymous post or say something to someone you don't agree with because by being nasty you're only reinforcing what they already believe. That we are all uncivilized and gross human beings.

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