Picture this very common scenario: A young family approaches the counter of their favorite quick service restaurant to grab a bite to eat on the way to their eldest son's baseball game. Waiting to take their order is a young lady they have not seen in the restaurant before. Along with the standard-issue company uniform, she is wearing tattoos across each set of knuckles—one hand spells love, the other spells hate—and a nose ring that is connected to her ear via a small chain. The young woman is nice and takes the family's order as she is trained. However, the youngest child in the family is having a hard time getting her order out because she can not stop staring at the “hardware” on the order taker's face. In fact, it is a very awkward situation for the other family members who are trying to hurry the process along to avoid any kind of unpleasantness. Once the family is seated at their table with their food, the topic of conversation centers on the appearance of the restaurant's order taker. What were once considered identifying marks for those who were in the military, prison, or part of the biker
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