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2021-07-22 5:52:38 AM  
The customer ignored the profressional's advice

This website needs to hire a proofeader.
 
2021-07-22 5:57:51 AM  
"But defo go with what your dad says, even though he's not been tattooed since he got a tribal skull in the 90s."

And all the poor idiots that have a tribal barbed wire tat just reflexively grabbed their bicep.
 
2021-07-22 5:59:53 AM  
I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.
 
2021-07-22 6:02:33 AM  
Tattoo consent forms should include that if a person disregards the care instructions and wants it fixed, then it has to be paid for at 2x normal cost, and a tattoo reading "do not tattoo me" shall be tattooed across the for head.
 
2021-07-22 6:06:42 AM  
Same shiat right?
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Depends on the ink they use, because this can fark with some inks.
 
2021-07-22 6:10:04 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: Same shiat right?
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Depends on the ink they use, because this can fark with some inks.


Every artist I've ever got a tattoo from said not to use that
¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 
2021-07-22 6:38:47 AM  
/covered in tattoos.

Cooooovered.

Many different artists have worked on me, they all have seemed to have different care routines. I do what each one says and still have good ink on me even with some nearly (oh fark I'm old) 30 years old.

Only go to good artists.  Do your research and determine what is "good" to you, I've taken vacation and traveled to other states to get ink done.
Don't rush, don't get a farking tat from anyone who's scratching at 3am, and remember that you get what you pay for.
Also unless your dad is Bandana Mike nobody gives a fark what he has to say about your tattoo.
 
2021-07-22 6:41:06 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: The customer ignored the profressional's advice

This website needs to hire a proofeader.


They were too busy looking for random somewhat-mostly-bad words to blur out.
 
2021-07-22 6:52:46 AM  

cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.


And this is why I don't let my wife or kids use the good knives.
 
2021-07-22 7:11:42 AM  

omg bbq: /covered in tattoos.

Cooooovered.

Many different artists have worked on me, they all have seemed to have different care routines. I do what each one says and still have good ink on me even with some nearly (oh fark I'm old) 30 years old.

Only go to good artists.  Do your research and determine what is "good" to you, I've taken vacation and traveled to other states to get ink done.
Don't rush, don't get a farking tat from anyone who's scratching at 3am, and remember that you get what you pay for.
Also unless your dad is Bandana Mike nobody gives a fark what he has to say about your tattoo.


But I want to get this symbol from a language that I absolutely do not understand tattooed on my lower back where I will never see it at 4 in the morning by this shady dude down at the mall who's offering to do it for free....

It's almost like some people WANT to have a bad time.

/ zero tats because I'm not a huge fan of needles
 
2021-07-22 7:21:46 AM  

cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.


I've been thinking of starting bladesmithing for a hobby. Is there a reason other than cost for not using stainless? Is it hard to work with?
 
2021-07-22 7:25:17 AM  

iheartscotch: omg bbq: /covered in tattoos.

Cooooovered.

Many different artists have worked on me, they all have seemed to have different care routines. I do what each one says and still have good ink on me even with some nearly (oh fark I'm old) 30 years old.

Only go to good artists.  Do your research and determine what is "good" to you, I've taken vacation and traveled to other states to get ink done.
Don't rush, don't get a farking tat from anyone who's scratching at 3am, and remember that you get what you pay for.
Also unless your dad is Bandana Mike nobody gives a fark what he has to say about your tattoo.

But I want to get this symbol from a language that I absolutely do not understand tattooed on my lower back where I will never see it at 4 in the morning by this shady dude down at the mall who's offering to do it for free....

It's almost like some people WANT to have a bad time.

/ zero tats because I'm not a huge fan of needles


I was a Marine and saw plenty of shiatty scratchy tats done at 3am. Hell I even have a few because I did not have a grown up BBQ to teach me right.

I've been dealing with chronic depression/suicidal ideation since my 20s, I have a tattoo on my forearm that I put there last year when things were (farking hopefully?) at their very worst to remind me to stick around just a little bit longer.  That $60 tattoo matters more to me than the thousands of dollars I have on the rest of my body.  (No it's not _______'s mom's phone number)

Ultimately I guess if it matters to you then that's all that matters.  Just remember it's gonna be there for a while.
 
2021-07-22 7:36:02 AM  

waxbeans: drjekel_mrhyde: Same shiat right?
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Depends on the ink they use, because this can fark with some inks.

Every artist I've ever got a tattoo from said not to use that
¯\_(ツ)_/¯


Same
 
2021-07-22 7:37:33 AM  
RTFM
 
2021-07-22 7:42:58 AM  
Tats are dumb.
 
2021-07-22 7:46:47 AM  
What a great idea to have a notion permanently applied to your skin. Pride takes over because you HAVE to like your super cool tattoo. You are a total bad ass for making a mockery of your body. Totally. BAD. ASS! SUPER COOL!
 
2021-07-22 7:53:38 AM  
Oblig.

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2021-07-22 8:00:40 AM  

Bigdogdaddy: Tats are dumb.


😲🤬😵
 
2021-07-22 8:01:49 AM  

mrinfoguy: What a great idea to have a notion permanently applied to your skin. Pride takes over because you HAVE to like your super cool tattoo. You are a total bad ass for making a mockery of your body. Totally. BAD. ASS! SUPER COOL!


Actually everybody's different not that I actually like that it's actually weird to realize that my tattoos mean something to me and other tattoos mean something else to someone else and me and other tattooed people have nothing in farking common it's farking weird.
Anyway I got tattoos because I loved the temporary tattoos from Jack In The box.
That's how old I am
 
2021-07-22 8:11:34 AM  
"You wanna give my tat shop a bad review?  Go at it ya bastid - my clients can't read!   HAHAHA!"
 
2021-07-22 8:21:37 AM  

Mudd's woman: Oblig.

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My wife has tattoos all over both her arms, and she makes more money than me.

Of course, her tattoo artist is a professional who has a good relationship with her, and her tattoos are carefully planned beforehand and have special meaning to her, so she knows what she's doing.
 
2021-07-22 8:32:33 AM  

omg bbq: /covered in tattoos.

Cooooovered.

Many different artists have worked on me, they all have seemed to have different care routines. I do what each one says and still have good ink on me even with some nearly (oh fark I'm old) 30 years old.

Only go to good artists.  Do your research and determine what is "good" to you, I've taken vacation and traveled to other states to get ink done.
Don't rush, don't get a farking tat from anyone who's scratching at 3am, and remember that you get what you pay for.
Also unless your dad is Bandana Mike nobody gives a fark what he has to say about your tattoo.


I've got two and I only got em' cause they are deeply personal and not knowing much about I researched heavily, read reviews, talked to people, studied the art, and yes even went on vacation to get one out of state. Did every little thing the artist told me to do for aftercare. And 25 years later they still look perfect. I mean, if your putting something permanently on your body, why wouldn't you want to spend weeks figuring it all out before you did it? Never understood the drunk in Myrtle Beach, spur of the moment, barb wired around the bicep crowd. Maybe I'm just not fun.
 
2021-07-22 8:33:58 AM  

omg bbq: /covered in tattoos.

Cooooovered.

Many different artists have worked on me, they all have seemed to have different care routines. I do what each one says and still have good ink on me even with some nearly (oh fark I'm old) 30 years old.

Only go to good artists.  Do your research and determine what is "good" to you, I've taken vacation and traveled to other states to get ink done.
Don't rush, don't get a farking tat from anyone who's scratching at 3am, and remember that you get what you pay for.
Also unless your dad is Bandana Mike nobody gives a fark what he has to say about your tattoo.


This. Honestly most every artist has had the same care routine with the difference being what brand of the same thing they prefer.

Customers are idiots though. I watched an 18 year old girl walk in and ask for some asinine bs on her face and my dude just bust out laughing at her. She insisted. He stood his ground. She went and got some shiat ground into her face showed back up to brag and left some snark review online about how he is trash and on and on.

Thankfully I got to see a picture of said face tattoo masterpiece courtesy of her Facebook page via the review she left. You can visibly see the scarring. Whatever dude did her face hamburgered it. She got that scratchy turd though and that's more important than good advice and quality work
 
2021-07-22 8:34:33 AM  

fuzzybacchus: ArcadianRefugee: The customer ignored the profressional's advice

This website needs to hire a proofeader.

They were too busy looking for random somewhat-mostly-bad words to blur out.


I'm still trying to figure out what this is supposed to say...

"I'll review you right now, you wee f**ny"

Fanny?
Funny?
Forny?
Fucny?
Farny?
Frany?

I have no idea. I don't speak chav.
 
2021-07-22 8:40:21 AM  

JustHereForThePics: fuzzybacchus: ArcadianRefugee: The customer ignored the profressional's advice

This website needs to hire a proofeader.

They were too busy looking for random somewhat-mostly-bad words to blur out.

I'm still trying to figure out what this is supposed to say...

"I'll review you right now, you wee f**ny"

Fanny?
Funny?
Forny?
Fucny?
Farny?
Frany?

I have no idea. I don't speak chav.


Fanny. In Britland, "wee fanny" is USian "little pussy".
 
2021-07-22 9:05:29 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: JustHereForThePics: fuzzybacchus: ArcadianRefugee: The customer ignored the profressional's advice

This website needs to hire a proofeader.

They were too busy looking for random somewhat-mostly-bad words to blur out.

I'm still trying to figure out what this is supposed to say...

"I'll review you right now, you wee f**ny"

Fanny?
Funny?
Forny?
Fucny?
Farny?
Frany?

I have no idea. I don't speak chav.

Fanny. In Britland, "wee fanny" is USian "little pussy".


Which makes "fanny packs" pretty funny packs
 
2021-07-22 9:25:26 AM  
Two pieces of "flash" from the base tattoo "artist" that 19 yr old me thought were "SO FARKING METAL!!" Three others that 30-40 yr old me thought about, fleshed out, had various versions drawn up and researched an artist for. Followed each artist's care instructions to the letter. First two healed ugly but I left them as is (they hide well) as a reminder.
 
2021-07-22 9:26:01 AM  

cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.


Why don't you use stainless alloys?  Just curious.
 
2021-07-22 9:28:44 AM  
May that farking jackass get sepsis, because he won't follow directions.
 
2021-07-22 9:31:02 AM  

cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.


Just out of curiosity, would you recommend using WD-40 to dry a blade after it got wet, or is there another product you prefer?
 
2021-07-22 9:41:51 AM  

FleshFlapps: Customers are idiots though. I watched an 18 year old girl walk in and ask for some asinine bs on her face and my dude just bust out laughing at her. She insisted. He stood his ground. She went and got some shiat ground into her face showed back up to brag and left some snark review online about how he is trash and on and on.


I got to see a very angry young woman who was a no-show for her appointment due to oversleeping (the shop opens at noon) and demanded her deposit back.

Made me mad because my dude had to stop tattooing me to patiently and repeatedly explain to her the core concept of a deposit.

Seems to be like any other constant contact with the public: approximately 20% are cool, roughly 80% are alright, but there's that remaining sliver of 1-2% who are batsh*t insane and whoo-boy they're a doozy.
 
2021-07-22 9:53:05 AM  

IAtetheChupacabra: ArcadianRefugee: JustHereForThePics: fuzzybacchus: ArcadianRefugee: The customer ignored the profressional's advice

This website needs to hire a proofeader.

They were too busy looking for random somewhat-mostly-bad words to blur out.

I'm still trying to figure out what this is supposed to say...

"I'll review you right now, you wee f**ny"

Fanny?
Funny?
Forny?
Fucny?
Farny?
Frany?

I have no idea. I don't speak chav.

Fanny. In Britland, "wee fanny" is USian "little pussy".

Which makes "fanny packs" pretty funny packs


In Britland, they call fanny packs bum bags.
 
2021-07-22 9:59:06 AM  

sunsetlamp: cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.

Why don't you use stainless alloys?  Just curious.


Once you've used a carbon steel knife, the edge on a stainless knife will seem like a spoon.
 
2021-07-22 10:35:33 AM  
I knew a waitress with a Chinese character tattooed on her arm.  I can read some Chinese, but was unfamiliar with the character.  I asked her what it meant, and she said "spirit."
"I don't think so," I said, having studied traditional Chinese medical characters, with 3 different types of spirit included.  I was younger, and less tactful, so I copied it and looked it up and it said "offer."  (獻 )
If it was now, I wouldn't have told her.
 
2021-07-22 10:40:49 AM  

Billy Bathsalt: I knew a waitress with a Chinese character tattooed on her arm.  I can read some Chinese, but was unfamiliar with the character.  I asked her what it meant, and she said "spirit."
"I don't think so," I said, having studied traditional Chinese medical characters, with 3 different types of spirit included.  I was younger, and less tactful, so I copied it and looked it up and it said "offer."  (獻 )
If it was now, I wouldn't have told her.


Craziest tat I've seen (and I had to look twice) was a methy blonde with "Cream Pie" as a tramp stamp
 
2021-07-22 10:41:56 AM  
When I was growing up, the only people who had tattoos were Popeye and Charles Manson.  Have your tattoos and each to their own, but I have yet to see someone whose looks were improved by a tat.  The tat might have been impressive, but the person with it wasn't more handsome or beautiful in my opinion.

I can't wait to see these people in old age homes, the tats stretched and wrinkled and droopy on their fat and saggy bodies, exchanging stories of how they got them - if they can remember.
 
2021-07-22 10:49:50 AM  

Pharmdawg: cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.

I've been thinking of starting bladesmithing for a hobby. Is there a reason other than cost for not using stainless? Is it hard to work with?


It's a pain in the ass to forge, an even bigger pain to grind, and even more trouble to heat treat. Forging leaves a surface scale which has a huge amount of chromium in it- stainless alloys are over ten per cent chromium- and grinding it is problematic because chromium oxide is itself an abrasive. Edge retention is slightly better than high carbon steel when cutting acidic products but that's about it.
 
2021-07-22 10:52:53 AM  

PhoenixFarker: cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.

Just out of curiosity, would you recommend using WD-40 to dry a blade after it got wet, or is there another product you prefer?


Any light mineral oil will do. WD40 is nasty if you use it with anything used to prepare food.
 
2021-07-22 11:08:07 AM  
He seriously thought a Glaswegian would cave over a "bad review"? He's lucky he didn't get a kiss upside his head
 
2021-07-22 11:10:16 AM  
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My Fav-o-rite messed up Tattoo was the artist that couldn't spell the word Regrets!!!
 
2021-07-22 11:12:18 AM  
I was young and stupid and waiting to get a tattoo from a nearby shop that just opened. No research, just an impulsive whim.  When the artist was done, he rang up the customer he'd just finished who'd gotten the shield for the 1st Cavalry Division.  However, it was spelled CALVERY underneath.  I pointed it out and the artist was horrified... until the customer turned on me, screaming that he'd served 10 years in that unit and damned well knew how to spell it.  Okay, dude-- good luck to you when you show your buddies at the American Legion later!  But I left right behind him. Any artist who can't friggin' spell isn't coming near me, even though I had a picture of exactly what I wanted. Learned to do my research after that.
 
2021-07-22 11:15:42 AM  

vilesithknight: omg bbq: /covered in tattoos.

Cooooovered.

Many different artists have worked on me, they all have seemed to have different care routines. I do what each one says and still have good ink on me even with some nearly (oh fark I'm old) 30 years old.

Only go to good artists.  Do your research and determine what is "good" to you, I've taken vacation and traveled to other states to get ink done.
Don't rush, don't get a farking tat from anyone who's scratching at 3am, and remember that you get what you pay for.
Also unless your dad is Bandana Mike nobody gives a fark what he has to say about your tattoo.

I've got two and I only got em' cause they are deeply personal and not knowing much about I researched heavily, read reviews, talked to people, studied the art, and yes even went on vacation to get one out of state. Did every little thing the artist told me to do for aftercare. And 25 years later they still look perfect. I mean, if your putting something permanently on your body, why wouldn't you want to spend weeks figuring it all out before you did it? Never understood the drunk in Myrtle Beach, spur of the moment, barb wired around the bicep crowd. Maybe I'm just not fun.


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I took this picture.

It is in the smoking/rest area of a subsea construction boat I used to work on.

Look at that.

That's a god damn bud light tattoo AND a Texas-themed tribal tattoo NOT DONE IRONICALLY.
 
2021-07-22 11:38:16 AM  

Only You Can See This: When I was growing up, the only people who had tattoos were Popeye and Charles Manson.  Have your tattoos and each to their own, but I have yet to see someone whose looks were improved by a tat.  The tat might have been impressive, but the person with it wasn't more handsome or beautiful in my opinion.

I can't wait to see these people in old age homes, the tats stretched and wrinkled and droopy on their fat and saggy bodies, exchanging stories of how they got them - if they can remember.


My grandfather, several of his brothers, and countless other people ive come across older than you had, or if still living, have tattoos. Know how many shiats they give now that they have bled out and look bad on saggy skin? Zero.

Because you ignorantly judge everyone doesn't mean your distrust, dislike, or hatred has value or merit.
 
2021-07-22 11:46:28 AM  

cynicalbastard: PhoenixFarker: cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.

Just out of curiosity, would you recommend using WD-40 to dry a blade after it got wet, or is there another product you prefer?

Any light mineral oil will do. WD40 is nasty if you use it with anything used to prepare food.


Gotcha. Thanks for the information. I can follow written instructions.
 
2021-07-22 11:48:02 AM  

brigid_fitch: I was young and stupid and waiting to get a tattoo from a nearby shop that just opened. No research, just an impulsive whim.  When the artist was done, he rang up the customer he'd just finished who'd gotten the shield for the 1st Cavalry Division.  However, it was spelled CALVERY underneath.  I pointed it out and the artist was horrified... until the customer turned on me, screaming that he'd served 10 years in that unit and damned well knew how to spell it.  Okay, dude-- good luck to you when you show your buddies at the American Legion later!  But I left right behind him. Any artist who can't friggin' spell isn't coming near me, even though I had a picture of exactly what I wanted. Learned to do my research after that.


100% artist knew and the customer fought him over it. I've seen it happen. That's why many artists refuse lettering these days.
 
2021-07-22 12:08:14 PM  

PhoenixFarker: cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.

Just out of curiosity, would you recommend using WD-40 to dry a blade after it got wet, or is there another product you prefer?


I personally use Ballistol, but I'd be curious to know what a professional bladesmith thinks.
 
2021-07-22 12:09:55 PM  
I'm not a fan of the newer fad of people using the word "as" in place of "because" and "since." It doesn't make you seen smarter to me. It makes you look like a pretentious, arrogant turd.

Yes, i know i look like a dick writing that, but I'm just sharing my opinion. Let's have a talk about the Oxford coma next.
 
2021-07-22 12:21:04 PM  

FleshFlapps: Because you ignorantly judge everyone doesn't mean your distrust, dislike, or hatred has value or merit.


I never judged anyone nor did I say I distrusted, disliked, or hated anyone - you're the ignorant one.  Furthermore, your erroneous statement is of such abysmally little value that the poorest person in the world wouldn't pay you for it with their tiniest shiat in order to save their miserable life.  Farkity-bye.
 
2021-07-22 12:40:48 PM  

Saturn5: PhoenixFarker: cynicalbastard: I do bladesmithing. I don't use stainless alloys. I tell this to every customer- keep blades dry, keep them oiled, and check regularly for corrosion starting and clean with metal polish as needed. Still I get customers who tell me they don't understand why their camp knife has all these little spots after hanging off their belt in a leather sheath after a week of pouring rain.

Just out of curiosity, would you recommend using WD-40 to dry a blade after it got wet, or is there another product you prefer?

I personally use Ballistol, but I'd be curious to know what a professional bladesmith thinks.


Matt Easton likes Ballistol. Never used it but it's not commonly available here. I use camelia oil, Lee Valley used to carry it but it's also available from Amazon. Basically any light, non-gummy oil which doesn't evaporate easily should be fine. I also use the camellia oil on my antique swords.
 
2021-07-22 12:49:54 PM  

FleshFlapps: brigid_fitch: I was young and stupid and waiting to get a tattoo from a nearby shop that just opened. No research, just an impulsive whim.  When the artist was done, he rang up the customer he'd just finished who'd gotten the shield for the 1st Cavalry Division.  However, it was spelled CALVERY underneath.  I pointed it out and the artist was horrified... until the customer turned on me, screaming that he'd served 10 years in that unit and damned well knew how to spell it.  Okay, dude-- good luck to you when you show your buddies at the American Legion later!  But I left right behind him. Any artist who can't friggin' spell isn't coming near me, even though I had a picture of exactly what I wanted. Learned to do my research after that.

100% artist knew and the customer fought him over it. I've seen it happen. That's why many artists refuse lettering these days.


The place I went to had a sign taped to the counter that said

WARNING
OUR ARTISTS CANNOT SPELL
PLEASE PROOFREAD YOUR DESIGN
THEN CHECK IT AGAIN
THANK YOU
 
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