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Old 2004-10-06, 16:06   Link #1
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Extreme Tattoos

warning: very disturbing, not for the light of heart.

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Old 2004-10-06, 16:14   Link #2
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Jesus msgpoisoning...

Advice to everyone who's considering viewing this: do not. It's a bit more than gross and bloody.

I don't think this is even a tattoo, it's just cutting of the skin (in his own words).

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Old 2004-10-06, 16:18   Link #3
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I call it mutilation and I'll never understand it. What possesses someone to do that?
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Old 2004-10-06, 16:25   Link #4
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omfg.....

gross and bloody is a description that soooo doesnt fit what i jus saw.!!?!?!

HONESTLY, thats DISGUSTING! THE PAIN!!!!! i think i would of passed out =X..

i wonder what the end result wud be? scaring? lol

make it look like 2 ring liek scars.... if i was his daughter (phew!) i would grow up thinking .... "dude your sick"!

*runs to puke*
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Old 2004-10-06, 16:38   Link #5
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did you really have to share that?
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Old 2004-10-06, 16:39   Link #6
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... /shiver/ Look girl, it's your first birthday, oops, your father ruined his arm, what an idiot. =)
And wtf he says he did it for ya! Wow, what a loving dad!
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Old 2004-10-06, 16:43   Link #7
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It's called scarrification if I'm right. It's to deliberatly put scars on your body (removing skin is a nice way to get scars...), for "beauty". I don't think it's beautiful though...
Don't get me wrong, I really like some tattoo's, but this is just going to far for me...I would never get anything like this done...

Oh, and I think some people here haven't seen alot of blood in there life? (in real life, and/or on the internet).
*Cough* PriestessKikyo and Anita-chan *Cough*

It does nothing for me, but what would you expect, I'm twisted enough to make bulletholes in people's heads
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Old 2004-10-06, 16:44   Link #8
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omg. that was that DAD? i coulda sworn that that was a girl!



i guess i looked at the blood too much.

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Old 2004-10-06, 16:46   Link #9
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It's called scarrification if I'm right. It's to deliberatly put scars on your body (removing skin is a nice way to get scars...), for "beauty". I don't think it's beautiful though...
Don't get me wrong, I really like some tattoo's, but this is just going to far for me...I would never get anything like this done...

Oh, and I think some people here haven't seen alot of blood in there life? (in real life, and/or on the internet).
*Cough* PriestessKikyo and Anita-chan *Cough*

It does nothing for me, but what would you expect, I'm twisted enough to make bulletholes in people's heads
haha everyone can trust necrodeath to know these things i somehow picture him with lether boots and clothes with long hair and peircings hehe .... haha
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Old 2004-10-06, 16:50   Link #10
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Why the hell wouldn't you just get a normal tattoo if you wanted to do something like that?? Crazy..
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:22   Link #11
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It's called scarrification if I'm right. It's to deliberatly put scars on your body (removing skin is a nice way to get scars...), for "beauty". I don't think it's beautiful though...
Don't get me wrong, I really like some tattoo's, but this is just going to far for me...I would never get anything like this done...

Oh, and I think some people here haven't seen alot of blood in there life? (in real life, and/or on the internet).
*Cough* PriestessKikyo and Anita-chan *Cough*

It does nothing for me, but what would you expect, I'm twisted enough to make bulletholes in people's heads
Seeing blood is not exactly in my daily routine. J/w do you see a lot of blood in your life?

And oh, scarrification is definitely not a word.
The act of "scarifying" refers to a scratch or a shallow cut, which in this case is a huge understatement...

Try masochism.
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:26   Link #12
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Holy shit that's some fucked up shit.

Luckily i'v seen a lot of movies so I barely blinked.

but jesus H...

for his daughter...let mercy be bestowed on that poor las
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:32   Link #13
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The fact that you have pro-created scares me. Not only do I worry for your daughters sake, but I am also scared to who your daughter might turn out to be. If you mix a long haired, cave dwelling, self mutilating freak and the woman who slept and had a child from this same guy and let that mix sit for 16 years, you don't come out with Laura Bush.

But, in fact, you say you did this for your one year old daughter. How does this help her? You've already proven your no doctor or lawyer, and now have insured that at best you may work at some broken down record shop for life. A real gift to your daughter would have been to cut your hair, remove that shit from your other arm, and do something that will allow her to strive and have someone to be proud of in life.

You're ignorance at it's best. You've pre-destined your daughters life as long as she stays with you to be nothing more than hell on earth. Do you actually think when she's a teenager that she'd want to introduce her friends to you? You didn't do this for your daughter, you did it for yourself. You didn't even get something symbolic put on.

It's a three part arm band with two broad stripes, and a heart rythm-ish line in the middle..

You can't even explain what you just had done to yourself. The only self mutilation that used to occur was to symbolize something, such as an African tribe or something symbolic in history. Of course, these same people that did this struggled communicating between each other and also believed the world was FUCKING FLAT.

Do something that benefits mankind, your daughter, yourself, and your family and do the ultimate mutilation. Put a bullet in between your eyes. I hear those heal up and look 'cool'. Faggot.

A bit harsh but slightly true, oh and quite funny to boot.
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:43   Link #14
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i was wondering why someone would do such a thing to themselves. that guy probably had a horrible, horrible childhood. maybe abused/molested as a kid?
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:44   Link #15
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what some people do for kicks sheesh. All that pain and the tattoo looks like crap! he shoulda just went and got a iron design stuck in a fire for about 10 mins and than given himself some 3rd to 2nd degree burns!!! If he was normal though a nice tribal tat woulda worked....

..... and i thought the "I <3 MoM" tats were dumb -_-
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:45   Link #16
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Seeing blood is not exactly in my daily routine. J/w do you see a lot of blood in your life?

And oh, scarrification is definitely not a word.
The act of "scarifying" refers to a scratch or a shallow cut, which in this case is a huge understatement...

Try masochism.
At the moment, no. I've seen a lot of blood though, both in real life and on the internet. Enough to kind of be immune to it, if you know what I mean...
And excuse my poor english abilities english is not my native language, so I have no idea if words like that actually "exist". All I know is that scarrification (spelling might be wrong, so sue me ) is used as a word. I've got a couple of friends who've done stuff like this, just not as extreme. One of them got branded (literally). He created a design, and with a small red-hot piece of metal, they burned the design in his skin. The other one got a similar thing done, but he let his design got carved in his arm with a knife...
Both "designs" look like a piece of crap to me
So the thing posted above is more extreme, but IMO it's basically the same thing...

I wouldn't mind seeing the endresult when it's healed though
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Old 2004-10-06, 17:58   Link #17
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At the moment, no. I've seen a lot of blood though, both in real life and on the internet. Enough to kind of be immune to it, if you know what I mean...
And excuse my poor english abilities english is not my native language, so I have no idea if words like that actually "exist". All I know is that scarrification (spelling might be wrong, so sue me ) is used as a word. I've got a couple of friends who've done stuff like this, just not as extreme. One of them got branded (literally). He created a design, and with a small red-hot piece of metal, they burned the design in his skin. The other one got a similar thing done, but he let his design got carved in his arm with a knife...
Both "designs" look like a piece of crap to me
So the thing posted above is more extreme, but IMO it's basically the same thing...

I wouldn't mind seeing the endresult when it's healed though
Hmmm I'm curious. What's the purpose of the "design" and branding? Does he do it to look cool, like a tatoo, or maybe because he wants a distinguishing trait... Or because he takes satisfaction in pain (it happens...)?
And the word you're talking about does exist, (from scarifying) but it's spelt with one r (scarification). And you speak English very very well.
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Old 2004-10-06, 18:44   Link #18
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hmm...
The tattoo isn't nice at all, lol.
I'm not scare of all those blood and all, but don't think it's worth it, cause the tattoo isn't nice.
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Old 2004-10-06, 18:57   Link #19
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Folks, these are the kind of people that should consider a practice in self-circumcision with a axe.


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Old 2004-10-06, 19:11   Link #20
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It's called scarification, as someone said, and it popular in the body modification crowd.
My older sister had it done. She has a shooting star on her lower waist.
Um, the point is for the scar to heal in the shape of the cut...

Spoiler for here is a picture of a healed one:


Anyways, it's not nice for you to call these people sick, etc.
It's not like they are hurting you by doing it. leave them alone.
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