I have many tattoos. Well, I had many tattoos. As I went under the needle more and more often, my many turned into larger works but fewer in number as I filled the gaps of virgin flesh. Of all that inking, I have only one, short word tattooed on me. I don’t plan on more at this time, but this ‘Real Personal’ I’ve found for you today illustrates why it is imperative that you check a writing sample, essay, or even a supplies order by the person you choose to ink your skin for eternity.
I give you: The Tattoo Artist Who Can’t Spell…
TATTOO ARTIS LOOKING FOR SHOP
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Date: 2005-08-24, 7:58PM PDT
LOOKING FOR A SHOP TO WORK IN.
10 YEARS OF TATTOO EXPERIENCE-8 WITH HOME MADE/2 WITH PROFESIONAL MACHENE
ALWAYS READY TO PERSONALIZE ALL ART WORK.
75%RETURN CUSTOMER BASE.
WORK IN VARIOUS STYLES(AND FUSIONS)
I REGARD IT AS AN HONOR WHEN SOMEONE IS WILLING TO LET ME HELP THEM REPRESENT A PART OF THEM.I LIKE TO GET TO KNOW MY CUSTOMER AND GET A SENSE OF THE MEANING OF THE ATR SO I CAN EXACUTE IT TO MY BEST OF ABILITY.I FIND BEING ABEL TO EMORTALIZE THERE MIND FRAME INTO LIVING ART A MOST JOYFULL THING.THIS IS NOT SOMETHING I WANT TO DO JUST TO BE SOME LOCAL EGO-HERO!THIS IS AN ART I HOLD DEAR TO ME AND IT SHOWS IN MY PORFOLIO.TO GIVE ME A CHANCE IS TO ENVEST IN THE FUTURE OF THIS INDUSTRY.
A tattoo is forever* fellas, so make sure that big man with the needle has his glasses on and confirms how to spell your girlfriend’s name…
*forever: sort of. You could get it removed by painful laser treatment, but then you’ll have to get the name tattooed correctly after that to save face with your woman. Best to check the facts first before anything tragic happens. Which means YOU’d better know how to spell her name too… 😉
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