Cool.. Laser Tattoo removal. It has been posted before, but it is worth posting again... Wh-why would you ever remove that? Cool Laser Tattoo removal It has been posted before but it is worth posting again Wh-why would you ever remove that?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#74 - omnomonom
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Tattoo Removal - Half Sleeve Laser Tattoo Removal at Dr TATTOFF Tattoo Removal Clinic sauce
User avatar #85 to #74 - demigodofmadness
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Can we talk about the fact that his name is Dr. Tattoff?

I know he probably had a name change, but what if he didn't and just realized that laser tattoo removal was his fate?
User avatar #105 to #85 - ilikethisusername
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or maybe it's not his/her name...maybe it's just the name of the clinic.
#12 - mangostormlegend
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Wh-why would you ever remove that?
User avatar #24 to #12 - duedum
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Because it was a really bad tattoo
User avatar #14 to #12 - sorrybut
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To get a job.
User avatar #39 to #14 - dontdeletemyuser
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i wear a long sleeved shirt at work. so if i got my arm covered to my wrists in tattoos no1 bats an eye.
User avatar #40 to #39 - komandantmirkoo
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some of us can't really wear long sleeves at work. for instance i'm a chef. i would sweat my balls off
User avatar #49 to #40 - dontdeletemyuser
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i could wear my short sleeved t shirt aswell, however the tattoos could not be as "extreme". most of our customers are 50+
User avatar #96 to #49 - syntheticdoll
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Also there are foundations that are specially for covering tattoos.
#44 to #40 - Jameshaich
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Most chefs I know are riddles in tattoo's.
The downside is not being able to have a beard.
User avatar #47 to #44 - komandantmirkoo
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yep that's my current battle. it's hard to get rid of a beard i had for 3 years. but some restaurants refuse to hire tattooed staff, and i'm not talking about your local diner.
User avatar #144 to #47 - jajathezombie
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I worked at pretty fancy restaurant (cloth napkins, white tablecloths, most entrees cost about $40) and the entire kitchen staff looked like they just rolled out of prison actually about half of them had .
#48 to #47 - Jameshaich
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Of course. I don't work in a fancy restaurant, but I am the bank KP in a kitchen. I have tattoo's but they're very strict on facial hair.
User avatar #53 to #14 - spermanentthreat
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******* society
#18 to #14 - splyt
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if youre looking for a job who's hiring manager is still in this archaic 'tattoos aren't work appropriate" ******** mindset then you're looking for the wrong job
User avatar #19 to #18 - sorrybut
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Must be great living in a perfect world, eh?
User avatar #29 to #19 - instakill
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a general rule with tattoos is out of sight, out of mind, as long as you can cover it with a long sleeve shirt, shoes, and long pants, it's good, however for jobs that require you to be in the public eye, you will need to deal with those people who are drastically opposed to tattoos, thus having them hidden from sight allows for a company to not be worried about losing customers
User avatar #99 to #29 - syntheticdoll
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This is why I would only get tattoos on the legs, upper body and back, so I could hide them easily.
User avatar #132 to #99 - instakill
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yup, it's a rule I've always had in my family. I can get any tattoo I want, however it needs to be able to be covered up
User avatar #133 to #132 - syntheticdoll
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I also made another small rule for myself. I dress pretty much like a goth, I love all kinds of crosses, pentagrams and stuff but I swore to never make a tattoo related to a style (maybe a small one remembering me of my "dark ages") since I know there is a good chance I will grow out of it and will hate the tattoo.
User avatar #136 to #133 - instakill
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yup, and that's why I have taken so long to make sure that I really think my tattoo idea is good before I get it been settled on it since 7th grade but still not ready
#140 to #136 - syntheticdoll
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ALso, if you really like a tattoo, get it done with henna, it's technicaly a paste made with a dried plant and some other stuff and it comes off about in a month.
Pic related, the henna tattoo my boyfriend made for me, left side is the final look about 2 days old, right side is fresh. That's when I decided I don't want wing tattoos. It would take a ******** of time (this one took about 3-4 hours and it's much fater than real ones) and would also hurt a lot).
User avatar #142 to #140 - instakill
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mine is a japanese style dragon that curls all the way from the base of my back and over my shoulder with the claws on my upper arm just under the shoulder, and the base of my neck, then the head ending on my chest
User avatar #143 to #142 - syntheticdoll
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That sounds awesome.
User avatar #148 to #143 - instakill
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it will be, however it's huge
User avatar #149 to #148 - syntheticdoll
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And expensive, but never spare money on tattoos.
User avatar #151 to #149 - instakill
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yup, my thing is that it'd be hard to get done in henna because of the complexity
User avatar #141 to #140 - instakill
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I would, but mine is extremely big and complex
User avatar #138 to #136 - syntheticdoll
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Same but I don't even know what I want specificaly. One day it's a rose, then it's something from WoW (I've been playing for about 7 years) then some other thing, but I surely know one thing... I ******* love 3D effect tattoos
User avatar #20 to #19 - diabeticuser
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i sit in a business office from a world leading IT company and we had a guy tattoed on the head and no ones mind it - sure for managing or leading many expect something "serious" but if you can hide it, it should be cool as far as i learned.
#31 to #20 - anon id: 77e28893
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Too bad that you didn't learn proper English.
User avatar #28 to #18 - fuelnfire
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I had to get most of arm tattoos taken off, before enlisting in the Navy. Hilariously enough, I got most of them whilst in the USMC. Annoying, but understandable. Kinda. Usually if you get them after you get a job you're fine, career change not withstanding, as I learned.
User avatar #2 - magnuskasparov
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how does this work?
what would happen if i pointed that laser at my dick
User avatar #4 to #2 - rikter
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Well, you'd lose the tattoo you have there
User avatar #75 to #2 - barenoizedub
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It fires a laser hundreds of thousands of times a second shattering pigments and then allowing them to be naturally discarded by the body, it takes multiple treatments and is excruciatingly painful, certain colours are really hard to get rid of too, like red/pink/turquise.

If you fired it at your dick it would hurt a **** load.
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User avatar #8 to #5 - magnuskasparov
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i'm into S&M ;)
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User avatar #11 to #9 - shadowsynergy
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People who are into SnM aren't that bad. It's people like me you're supposed to avoid on the internet.
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#16 to #13 - shadowsynergy
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User avatar #25 to #5 - dovahkiinsteve
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Since you know about it, do you know whether or not this hurts?
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#58 - noneckcomics
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MWUAHAHAHA
MWUAHAHAHA
#104 to #58 - febreezboi
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I counter, with a reverse of your reverse.
I counter, with a reverse of your reverse.
User avatar #131 to #104 - iceangel
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so normal
User avatar #10 - Maroon
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This makes me wanna tattoo solid black and then draw something with the laser
User avatar #33 to #10 - PubLandlord
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a bit like the tattoos of a dirty wall that are cleaned with power washers

#77 - masterboll
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that tattoo couldnt have been cheap
User avatar #109 to #77 - jokexplain
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neither is his mortgage, and good luck paying it with a tattoo like that
User avatar #118 to #77 - ICEDgrunge
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The laser tattoo removal couldn't have been cheap either.
#1 - produx
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Comment Picture
User avatar #3 to #1 - rikter
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It's more normal than your fireplace fetish
#93 - forrestblue
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Oh yeah scar tissue is so cool. >.>
Oh yeah scar tissue is so cool. >.>
User avatar #122 to #93 - dehnoobshow
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the dangers of being too cool.jpg
#45 - budva
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Everyone has a ******* tattoo these days. Its more edgy to stay tattoo free in this age.
User avatar #152 to #45 - narcoschmolo
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Same with dying your hair for chicks.
#155 to #152 - budva
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If you're a block and you die your hair, you are a disgrace.
#156 to #155 - budva
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*bloke
User avatar #71 to #45 - darlingdo
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Whelp... guess I will be forever edgy
User avatar #60 to #45 - mrheavyxd
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i'm edgy!!
#83 to #60 - budva
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we can be edgy together
User avatar #90 to #83 - syntheticdoll
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YAY we can be edge-bros
#115 to #90 - nibbero
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User avatar #17 - demandsgayversion
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It might be kinda cool to get a tattoo and then have it removed once, just so it's ghosty.
User avatar #21 to #17 - slapchoppin
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apparently it hurt a metric ******* more than getting the tattoo itself
User avatar #32 to #21 - vladhellsing
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If you don't apply Vaseline fora few days afterwards, does the tattoo grow back?