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  1. Anon says:

    what, no “insert here” pics?

  2. Hoo Hoo Nick says:

    Very nice. When I got my first tattoo in 2003 i wondered whether that would be possible, apparantly someone else found it was. Good for them!

  3. Gregory says:

    Very nice photos. It should be noted that there is only one “safe” brand of UV tattoo ink out there, anyone thinking of getting one should NOT use anything else – there have been serious medical issues with other UV inks that have been used (like.. pretty nasty stuff).

    The only FDA approved brand is Chameleon Ink.

  4. Peter Rodwell says:

    “Latest”? This has been around for years!

  5. The Freakt Tiki says:

    I remember reading somewhere (I will look for the article) that these tatoos are VERY UNHEALTHY. Because the ingrediants in the “ink” used for theses are not just ink. I remember that they have a very good chance of leading to cancer.

  6. Gregory says:

    #6 – that was my point above.

    Most inks on the market use EverGlow or something similar – which is stupid and VERY dangerous. Cancer, dermatitis, and many other things can be caused by it.

    That’s why I recommended that one ink – it’s safe and tested, the only one that is. Comes in 18 colours too (including a white one that is nearly invisible on skin).

  7. Mister Mustard says:

    Ho hum. Yet another way to follow the tattooed lemmings over the cliff. I wonder when the suburban teens and aging hipsters are going to realize that tattoos have not been “alt” since about 1979.

  8. SN says:

    “tattoos have not been “alt” since about 1979.”

    So what happened in 1979? Was that the year you and your mom got matching tattoos?!

  9. Mister Mustard says:

    >>So what happened in 1979? Was that the year you and your
    >>mom got matching tattoos?!


    Tats have long gone the way of earrings on guys as something that used to be cool, a long, long time ago. When soccer moms start bringing their 10-year-old boys in to get something, you know it’s time to start looking for a new fad. Same thing goes for tats. When sorority girls from Boise are making appointments with the skin artist, it kind of takes away from the edgy, bohemian nature of the fashion statement.

  10. SN says:

    “a long, long time ago”

    Yeah, but I’m just curious what happened to the world of tattooing in 1979. I was in high school at the time, and probably missed it on the news.

  11. Mister Mustard says:

    1979 was about the time that tattoos stopped being evidence that the wearers were free-spirited bohemians, sailors just in from exotic ports of call, or dangerous and exciting Hell’s Angels types. They became suburban soccer moms, sorority Barbie wannabe’s, and pencil-necked geeks trying to assert themselves.

    Any other questions?

  12. Heckler says:

    Give me a break. Tattoos are art. Through and through. To think that people are now following a fad when they get one is a straight up close minded statement. Im talking about REAL tattoos, custom designed ones made for the customer most of the time by the customer; not ones picked out of a revolving catologue that had a higher meaning in the past now seen on 50% of 18 year olds at a rock concert (I.E, nautical star). If you seriously believe that someone with a gorgeous custom designed 3/4 sleeve tattoo that could be behind glass on your wall is “making a fashion statement” is a pretty narrow view.


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