This dude's YouTube videos always crack me up and this one tops em' all so far. Watch as Joe Santagato shows off some of the worst tattoos that you'll ever see in your life and in the funniest way possible.
The one thing Flint has, is a lot of tattoo shops. Now I suppose that's a good problem to have but which one do you go to? Some people like go right to the guy that will do the cheapest work because tattoos can be expensive.
It's my belief that you can do whatever you want with your own body, to each is own. Now with said, if you do something crazy and completely cover your face with tattoos, expect people to point and talk about it. Let's be honest, that was your intention in the first place.
We are living in a world where anything is possible. It's the future baby and you can now leave your tattoos to your family and friends when you die. All of the art on your body, can now hang on a wall after you croak. Who are the genius people behind this? NAPSA - the National Association for …
Breaking news, tattoos are permanent. Yes, I know you can have them removed but it is costly and painful. Nonetheless, crappy tattoos or beautiful tattoos - most of us will ours forever. That being said, why would someone intentionally get a terrible tat? It happens and you can see it happen in this…
After showing a fellow Home Depot employee his mouth tattoo, Kirk Soccorso of New York was fired. Why you ask? Kirk's tattoo reads 'ISIS'. Most all of us immediately think of the terrorist group. According to Soccorso, the tattoo is the the name of his ex-girlfriend.
Many of us have tattoos that we regret because we made a bad decision back in the day. We've heard how expensive and painful the removal process can be but how does the process of removing a tattoo really work?
It's no secret that a lot of people in Flint are covered in ink. Have ever wanted to know exactly what takes place during a tattoo procedure? Like, if humans shed so much dead skin, how are tattoos permanent?