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  • 99 52
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 8:46pm

    spur-of-the-moment tatoos are NEVER a good idea.

  • 95 64
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 1:21am

    Way to represent delco

  • 91 60
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 2:56am

    I really hope you are one of my friends ha

  • 83 54
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 9, 09 at 3:11am

    I call bullshit. They make you sign a waiver that says you haven't been under the influence of alcohol in the previous 24 (maybe even 48) hours to get a tattoo OR piercing. When I got my nose pierced I lied (because I'd been sober and to work for the whole day) but I know they are hardcore about that stuff.

  • 91 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 2:06am

    i doubt that actually happened.

  • 95 79
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:11pm

    no good tattoo artist would do that to a drunk person. you bleed too much cause of your blood is thinner. you should prolly go get tested b/c the scrub artist probably doesn't clean his needles properly. uber FAIL!

  • 87 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 11:19pm

    Atleast it isn't jersey...

  • 87 70
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 7:26am

    between this and twilight below, major 610 fail. I'm disappointed in my area code today.

  • 76 49
    Submitted by sak624 on Mar 28, 10 at 12:53am

    No tattoo artist would put a tat on the bottom of a foot. It would only last about 2 weeks

  • 91 81
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 4, 09 at 1:10pm

    yeah real weak sauce 610

  • 78 66
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 26, 09 at 1:51am

    are you guys kidding? this sounds so awesome!

  • 91 96
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 5, 09 at 3:46am

    can you even get a tat while drunk? I don't think so, it thins your blood too much....

  • 70 56
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 31, 09 at 11:55pm

    It was a henna tattoo, and this girl is totally badass. I love her!!

  • 76 78
    Submitted by Anonymous on May 14, 09 at 5:58pm

    Yes, they make you sign a waiver, but there is no word for waiver in Tijuana.