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01/01/2009 03:42 PM ID: 75909 Permalink   

Trendy injuries on the rise


A new trend is moving throughout the tattoo world. Tattoos are now being designed to resemble, sometimes horrific injuries.

Created to be ultra realistic, some of these tats can bring about revulsion and sorrow for the bearer of the ink. However realistic they may be, they are only inked representations of the real wounds.

Personal issues aside, these tattoos are some of the more detailed around. One must get up close and personal to see that is merely ink and not the result of a terrible accident or beat down.

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  What fools...  
why on earth would someone want to scar their selves like that.
  by: captainJane     01/01/2009 03:50 PM     
Some of those tatts are done really well. Most of the tatts i've seen look like some cross eyed drunk guy did them.
  by: splicer   01/01/2009 05:37 PM     
  @ splicer  
Darn it, I lost my glasses and drank to much beer again.
  by: captainJane     01/01/2009 06:32 PM     
  ink harder next time  
Will be a weird moment for the morticians when these cats are laying on the cooling board some day.
  by: theironboard     01/01/2009 07:05 PM     
Some of tats at the source look quite real but a few are much too cartoonish.
This certainly won't be a consideration for my next ink session.

  by: bbeljefe     01/01/2009 09:47 PM     
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HEEEEY... wait a minute...

You got me! HOHO heee HAHAA.
  by: zatonado001     01/05/2009 11:09 PM     
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