Bad Tattoo Experiences

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p to the izzle
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[quote=Stevie] If I were wanting to purposly mess up that particular tattoo, I would have given her a penis and scrotum - but that just me. [/quote]

 My tattoo artist loves to tell the story of the guy who came in and asked for a large H.R. Geiger piece. He comes back in a few weeks later all bummed out because his friend is telling him there's a penis in his tattoo. My buddy says oh you mean like this penis, points to a penis. The guy was super bummed. He hadn't seen that one. I guess he didn't know about his stuff that well. Oh well it's only on there forever. 

 

 

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LadyCerridwen48
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[quote=p to the izzle]

Oh well it's only on there forever.

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Not necessarily

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p to the izzle
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Hmmm, that is interesting.  I read through all of it and it seems to take quite a while. The pics show a mostly faded tattoo but then at the bottom it says results not typical. Still this could be good for fading a tattoo before cover up. Too bad it costs so much or I'd try it out for sure. I have a tribal on my right leg and I plan to fill that leg from the knee down. Maybe I'll try this out cause I'd love just to cover that tribal up instead of coloring around it. I'll bookmark it. Thanks. 

 

 

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LadyCerridwen48
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I have no idea if it works or not, and don't want to test it on myself, I like my tattoo.  Saw the commercial on TV the other night, though, and I'm curious. 

 

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Stevie
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I remembered a SNL skit from a few years ago.  Hehe... I FOUND IT!

http://www.guzer.com/videos/snl_tattoo_removal.php

Hot2na
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[quote=LadyBunnyLover]

He didn't even take the tip I left him on my credit card!!!  

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hellz, if the thought had been with you, you could have called the credit card company and filed a dispute on the card and not pay it as the services rendered were unsatisfactory. *american express is great for that!*

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juliek
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 That's a shame that he messed up something that is permanent! i think stevie's right tho. he made a mistake and tried to fix it.

and the crock bout buying the drawing...i think he was trying to tell you that exact drwing wouldn't be on nyone else. what they do is keep the drawing and if someone else wnts a fairy, they just use that drawing as a stencil. if you took the drawing, they couldn't  do that...juliek 

Ietio
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Can't say I've had someone do something on purpose to screw it up.  But on my back tricep I have the word "Guerilla" down the arm.  About half-way through the tattoo he asked me how it's spelled and intentionally misspelled it to me which naturally, I about dropped a load.

Then he laughed and told me to check the mock up before letting someone work on you.  It was spelled correctly...at least as a variant.  Point taken, lesson learned.  Not that that is what happened to you.  Just the closest I've had to a bad experience besides just pain in certain spots.

LBL
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lol  omg... I think I would have just stopped in the middle of the tattoo..they should have a certification  for spelling to be a tattoo artist... lol

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Anonymous Visitor
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For my last Tattoo, i went to the same place i had been for my last seven.. There was a new guy working, that i did not know. But after having a chat, he seemed okay enough to do a £200 Gothic tattoo from my shoulder to elbow.. I thought all was well, until about six months later, when i realised he had hidden the letters of my ex girlfriends name muddled up into the tattoo.

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