Vancouver folks please keep an eye out!
The TeeFury team are all pet people. If you’re in the Vancouver area, please keep an eye out for Chloe! Help get this pup home.
Someone snagged a dog?
Well there is certain level of hell you go to for that.
Stolen Frenchie :(
Saw this on Instagram, too
So rude to steal her before her face tattoo was done.
22 year old russian girl Lesya gets face tattoo with her husband’s name, tattoo artist Rouslan Toumaniantz. He did that famous 56 star face tattoo on belgian girl Kimberley Vlaeminck.
(In June 2009, Miss Vlaeminck lied to family and reporters that she had asked tattooist Rouslan Toumaniantz for just three stars near her eye. As her regret sank in, she claimed he kept adding more and more after she fell asleep at the Tattoo Box in Coutrai, Belgium.)
What a fucking shower of idiots
Every one involved in this deserves awards for an outstanding displays of stupidity
GOLDEN shower of idiots.
He fell in a tackle box.
So… have Pluto removed by laser? Or add Ceres, Eris, Sedna, and Quaoar? Discuss.
I’m sorry, did you say something?
I couldn’t hear you over the gorgeous, curly-redhead, tattooed space-fan.
I have had this open in a tab for at least 3 days now. I’m going to release it into the wild and hope it doesn’t come back.
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Note- I don’t think it’s ugly. I’m just unnerved by the eye. THE EYE. It looks so real. Good on that dude, though.
I wonder how many dumb people ask him if the tattoo hurt.
Is it wrong to think about the big-busted beautiful woman on her back when you’re doing her doggy-style?
Is it wrong to date her just so you can finish on someone’s back and tits at the same time?
Is it wrong to look down and imagine that your wiener won First Prize?
Is it wrong to call her sphincter a balloon knot?
Hair of the dog that bit you ≟ Tattoo of the shark that bit you
How’s it supposed to help him on a test if it’s on his back? I don’t understand.
Corey writes, “I got this tattoo as an homage to the pain of my graduate work. It’s a model of fulvic acid which is a representation of natural organic matter in the soil. I work with this molecule for my grad work and I figured I might as well get it etched into my skin so I can look at it and say, ‘Well, at least it hurt less than grad school at Cornell.’”
(From Discover Magazine’s Science Tattoo Emporium.)