It's quite popular these days for young people to get written expressions tattooed onto their bodies. Young women, in particular, often have cute expressions, such as "I love sunshine" tattooed on their chest or their arms. It's a pity that they'll probably be judged their entire lives for a line of text that they may tire of by the time they reach middle age.
Unfortunately, people do draw inferences about others based on their first impressions. Rarely are first impressions trustworthy since most people are far more complex than any single glimpse could possibly convey. Still, first impressions happen, and people do use these to construct a mental description of the people they meet for the very first time.
This series questions the value of first impressions. It is surely possible that the same personcould be interpreted in a diametrically opposite manner if thatperson was characterized on the basis of nothing more than a fleeting glimpse. Antonyms, synonyms and bodyscapes are combined, in this series,to demonstrate that it's often better not to judge a book by its cover.