10.14.2005

tattoos kill

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If only I had read THIS STORY maybe I wouldn't have gone and got myself all inked up...

Well, no, I'd probably still do it...



CLICK HERE to read the full story, "Man falls dead while getting tattoo"

12 comments:

Jarred D said...

man i really wanted to get a tattoo...then i read your post, jack a$$...jarred

Jeremy said...

I read an article last week all about prisoners getting government money to get tattoos removed, and how difficult it is to get jobs with tattoos on your hands and how painful they are to get removed etc ... and I was just thinking of all the cool tattoos I could get on my arms and hands.

Never thought of not getting a tattoo in case my throat got cut and I died though.

jamie said...

Eh. By the time our generation is all grown up and holding high end positions, we'll all be sporting crazy tattoos; and our own children will be getting additional arms grafted onto their bodies.

Mad Cow said...

DUDE. What did you get?

jive said...

this is scary!

ben said...

#1: What sort of dumbass tattoo artist would continue working on a guy after he started feeling fuzzy?

#2: What sort of tattoo artist would allow a customer to get to the point where he was in danger of hurting him/herself

Lastly, #3: Anybody who get's somebody else to poke them with needles filled with ink needs to take into account that this is a painful and taxing event and shouldn't be undertaken on an empty stomach, with a faulty bladder or a weak heart.

The tattoo artist should've been looking out for him, I blame the artist.

Darla said...

what did you get? I want a tatoo, but I don't wanna die.

Hidden Valley Girl said...

Another tat? Now one tattoo, your riding the fence there buddy, but two?!?! Heathen. ;)

jimmy said...

I got a sacred heart on my shoulder, and the word "DOULOS" on the inside of my arm. You can almost see the tattoo that's on the inside of muy arm in the picture. Doulos is the Greek word for Slave, or Bondservant. It's the word that the Apostle Paul used to describe his relationship with Jesus. It's different from what slave means today. Doulos is not a slave that is owned, or a slave that is paid for their work, but a bondservant, that serves the master out of a deep, lifelong commitment. A servant that is compelled to service by something deeper than the promise of reward, or the threat of violence.

I'm getting ready to finish up the "half sleeve". It will go all the way around my arm from the elbow up to the shoulder. I can't wait to get it finished.

joel said...

i agree with the hidden valley girl, tattoos = damnation. it's true; i heard it on the 700 club.

Katie H said...

SUCK IT UP, WUSS FACE. just kidding. i'm partly with you on that one ben. it could have been the guy getting tattooed's fault as well. maybe his pride got in the way and he didn't want to admit that he needed the artist to stop. if it was a long appointment, the artist should have made sure the dude had eaten and offered water or a beverage of some sort. it's just one of those random, what the hell, are you kidding, types of things. and if you are feeling dizzy, the thing NOT to do is stand up and walk around, especially not near some glass display cases. what was he trying to do, walk the light-headedness off? i think i just made up a word. . .and rambled a bit. . .

Hidden Valley Girl said...

Themistocles ~ 700 club, YEP!! I think that's the one . . . or was it TBN's special broadcast feature: "Tattoos=damnation" Yes, I believe Jan Crouch said that permanent makeup and wigs were exceptions to the rule!! J/K!!! Seriously though, if you've never seen a TBN special with hosts Paul and Jan Crouch, you really should . . . It's a good time for sure!! ;)