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2012-07-04 02:13:14 PM
5 votes:
3.bp.blogspot.com
2012-07-04 02:38:26 PM
4 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: Customer fail. Tattoo artists draw up your design for you and show you it (and the stencil) prior to having it applied to your body.

Yeah, the artist should probably double-check their work, but you, as the person said work is going to be attached to permanently, should also make an attempt at giving it a look-over before giving your artist the okay to make it permanent.


Bears Repeating.

My sister is the owner of a tattoo parlor and a tattoo artist and she can not only spell correctly, but makes sure that customers sign off on the spelling of any text, the drawing of the tattoo, and the transfer before it's inked just to be absolutely certain that there are no spelling errors or letters inadvertently transposed, left out, or repeated. Some variation on that process is pretty typical of what I've seen in other shops,too. She has customers fairly frequently come in with ideas and give her the wrong spelling for words they want tattooed on. And she has to argue with them and prove to them online and with a dictionary and such that it's not spelled the way they think it is. Really, people? This sentiment is so important to you you want it tattooed on permanently, and you misspell it? If you're going to pay the expense and suffer the discomfort of getting a tattoo and are going to be wearing it forever, would it be so hard to really scrutinize it, google it, look it up in print, make sure it matches up every single letter perfectly? This customer deserves for her tattoo to be wrong. She either should have taken the opportunity to double and triple and quadruple check it and/or should have gone to a higher quality studio.
2012-07-04 01:10:35 PM
4 votes:

The My Little Pony Killer: Customer fail. Tattoo artists draw up your design for you and show you it (and the stencil) prior to having it applied to your body.

Yeah, the artist should probably double-check their work, but you, as the person said work is going to be attached to permanently, should also make an attempt at giving it a look-over before giving your artist the okay to make it permanent.


Blah, blah, blah. This thread is now about Russian quasi-lesbians:

blue-box.blueislands.net
2012-07-04 01:02:27 PM
3 votes:
Customer fail. Tattoo artists draw up your design for you and show you it (and the stencil) prior to having it applied to your body.

Yeah, the artist should probably double-check their work, but you, as the person said work is going to be attached to permanently, should also make an attempt at giving it a look-over before giving your artist the okay to make it permanent.
2012-07-04 02:25:44 PM
2 votes:

Shostie: Blah, blah, blah. This thread is now about Russian quasi-lesbians:


You know, I'm not exactly a public morals crusader, but that shiat was seriously offensive. Not so much the fake lesbian part, but the artlessness with which it was done. "Oooh, I'm so horny for this other dead-eyed teenage girl I'm going to interrupt my own song to tongue-kiss her from three inches away from her face."

As a connoisseur of faux-lesbianism and other forms of gayness for pay, I felt insulted and condescended to. I SAID GOOD DAY MESDAMES!
2012-07-04 02:20:27 PM
2 votes:

Apos: Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii: Maybe I'm an idiot, but I fail to see the misspelling in that tattoo...

See You At The Cossroads

The 'r' is lonely.



That 'r' misses his Uncle Chales, y'all.
2012-07-04 02:12:56 PM
2 votes:
I had forgotten about these wacky kids.

greenobles.com

greenobles.com

PNSFW
2012-07-04 03:22:29 PM
1 votes:
I love these threads. I have a strange fascination with tattoos. Some of the tattoos I see on people look good, a lot look horrible. But I personally have just never thought of anything I'd want on me for the rest of my life. Sometimes I actually envy the people who are so passionate about something that they want it on them forever. Of course, a sad number are people who are incapable of thinking about the long term.

So I like looking both at the colossal failures of long term thinking and the ones that show lots of thought or personal investment.
2012-07-04 03:08:08 PM
1 votes:
<b><a href="http://www.fark.com/comments/7196381/77864798#c77864798" target="_blank">Raspil</a>:</b> <i>Did Dolan write that headline?</i>

gooby pls
2012-07-04 03:07:18 PM
1 votes:

skinink: i think it's so stupid when i see these young adults who are covered in them and expect me to be impressed. tats are ugly to me. i would never even consider getting one. it makes me laugh when i hear people say that they got theirs to define who they are personally. hahaha, are you kidding me? how can they be individuals when they are the very definition of conformity? EVERYONE nowadays, seems to have them. i have noticed also that many people who have them want people to be scared of them. why? why should i be scared of you? what,because you're a nut case with poor impulse control?it's like ok i get it; you have a lot of tattoos. i get it,you like wasting your money. i get it,you have a disposable income. why don't these people really try to be different? whenever they do get 'em,their tats are ALWAYS--- THE SAME! hey look at me, i have a tribal tat. yeah, you and 47 million others.what's your point?you wanna impress me? don't get one! tats are almost always associated with people who make bad choices in life. some of these choices affect only them,but unfortunately, most of their choices negatively impact innocent people's lives. like gangs-for instance;they are always covered in them.


That sound you hear is the sound of rage coming from people desperately trying to convince themselves that they *don't* regret their decision to get a tattoo five years after the fact.
2012-07-04 03:02:54 PM
1 votes:

i think it's so stupid when i see these young adults who are covered in them and expect me to be impressed. tats are ugly to me. i would never even consider getting one. it makes me laugh when i hear people say that they got theirs to define who they are personally. hahaha, are you kidding me?

how can they be individuals when they are the very definition of conformity? EVERYONE nowadays, seems to have them. i have noticed also that many people who have them want people to be scared of them. why? why should i be scared of you? what,because you're a nut case with poor impulse control?it's like ok i get it; you have a lot of tattoos. i get it,you like wasting your money.

i get it,you have a disposable income. why don't these people really try to be different? whenever they do get 'em,their tats are ALWAYS--- THE SAME! hey look at me, i have a tribal tat. yeah, you and 47 million others.what's your point?you wanna impress me? don't get one!

tats are almost always associated with people who make bad choices in life. some of these choices affect only them,but unfortunately, most of their choices negatively impact innocent people's lives. like gangs-for instance;they are always covered in them.

2012-07-04 02:40:29 PM
1 votes:

WhippingBoy: I thought the standard spelling on tattoos was u-n-e-m-p-l-o-y-a...


thenakedlistener.files.wordpress.com
2012-07-04 02:38:50 PM
1 votes:

Flakeloaf: ultraholland: well don't get a tattoo with words and you won't have to worry about this

FTFY


I was going to say this, but I've seen plenty of tattoos with pretty glaring mistakes. As it's already been said, look at the drawing, look at the image once it's laid on. You really need to check it out and make sure it's to your liking before the ink goes in.
2012-07-04 02:28:06 PM
1 votes:
I don't get it. She thinks long and hard and decides to get a tattoo in memory of her friend that says "See You at the Crossroads." They omit one letter, offer to fix it and she decides "Nah, I don't really want this tattoo anymore anyway."

And people wonder why people with tattoos are harshly judged. (Yeah, yeah. I know not all tattoos are poorly planned.)

/Also, what's with the random capitalization of "You"?
2012-07-04 02:26:18 PM
1 votes:
As a Nova Scotian I would just like to mention that we have never been called the most intelligent folks on the planet.
/We know how to throw a mean kitchen party though.
2012-07-04 02:13:32 PM
1 votes:
i feel bad for the parlor. they didnt challenge anything and gave a refund plus a correction and even agreed to the removal and she still sued for it. it was only $9k but it was still probably a lot to an average tattoo parlor.
2012-07-04 02:04:55 PM
1 votes:
well don't get a tattoo with words and you won't have to worry about this
 
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