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    you complete and utter loser.
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    Aaah Like on Jackass. Ouch. Real professional ones probably aren't that painful though.
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    OMG, really? Do you actually like it? xD
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    guys it was a jokeeeeeeeeeeeeee. j-o-k-e
    lol noone on TSR has a sense of humour!
    but i was actually interested in knowing how much they cost to be done professionally
    ive read really weird stories about how people try and DIY them by heating coat hangers to 800degrees and then pressing them into their flesh. omg yuk. i felt sick! its horrible!
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    eww no
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    wow. what a hilarious joke.
    give me a moment whilst i sew up my sides.
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    (Original post by .pushing.charlotte.)
    wow. what a hilarious joke.
    give me a moment whilst i sew up my sides.
    'Seconded'.
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    (Original post by BringMeThatHorizon)
    guys it was a jokeeeeeeeeeeeeee. j-o-k-e
    lol noone on TSR has a sense of humour!
    but i was actually interested in knowing how much they cost to be done professionally
    ive read really weird stories about how people try and DIY them by heating coat hangers to 800degrees and then pressing them into their flesh. omg yuk. i felt sick! its horrible!
    A joke? Haha :nothing:
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    (Original post by .pushing.charlotte.)
    wow. what a hilarious joke.
    give me a moment whilst i sew up my sides.
    feel like putting any more sarcasm into that post? :p: haha

    On a related note, just no, tattoos arent particularly nice at the best of times (granted some are good, but for every 1 good one there must be 100 rubbish ones) nevermind branding yourself :holmes:
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    (Original post by BringMeThatHorizon)
    guys it was a jokeeeeeeeeeeeeee. j-o-k-e
    lol noone on TSR has a sense of humour!
    but i was actually interested in knowing how much they cost to be done professionally
    ive read really weird stories about how people try and DIY them by heating coat hangers to 800degrees and then pressing them into their flesh. omg yuk. i felt sick! its horrible!
    Coat hangers... what an interesting tattoo shape... :confused:
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    (Original post by Artymess)
    feel like putting any more sarcasm into that post? :p: haha

    On a related note, just no, tattoos arent particularly nice at the best of times (granted some are good, but for every 1 good one there must be 100 rubbish ones) nevermind branding yourself :holmes:
    lol i do agree with you! i dont think i could live with the pain. i have to say though, cheryl cole's tattoo on her wrist is quite hot...but maybe thats 'cause it's Cheryl :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by BringMeThatHorizon)
    lol i do agree with you! i dont think i could live with the pain. i have to say though, cheryl cole's tattoo on her wrist is quite hot...but maybe thats 'cause it's Cheryl :rolleyes:
    probably, i cant imagine the same thing looking good on a balding, obese 50 year old :p:
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    If you're genuinely interested, I'd check out the BME encyclopedia because they have a rather decent entry on this one (with much better examples): Branding No stuff on price, but because it's so rare and not a lot of people specialise in it it'll probably cost more than a tattoo does.
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    I have 2 tattoos.
    The first i got was the word hope with a red heart at the end of it on my inner wrist. that took about 10 mins and cost £35 (£20 before its done and £15 on the day)
    The second one i got is on the top part of my foot and it is a butterfly with a music note sat on a swirly design. sounds ugly but its lush. That cost me £40 but only cos it was a bigger design. (it hurt though) but worth it.

    In answer to your other question. No they dont put you under anasthetic.
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    hmmm my previous post is pretty much irrelevant. i didnt read the thread. my bad.
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    (Original post by BringMeThatHorizon)
    guys it was a jokeeeeeeeeeeeeee. j-o-k-e
    lol noone on TSR has a sense of humour!
    but i was actually interested in knowing how much they cost to be done professionally
    ive read really weird stories about how people try and DIY them by heating coat hangers to 800degrees and then pressing them into their flesh. omg yuk. i felt sick! its horrible!
    Pssssst... I know it isn't a joke. But: A joke is your character - you have to stand for your opinions. I want to have a branding after my second your of med.
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    (Original post by BringMeThatHorizon)
    How much does one cost?
    Do they put you under anaesthetic first or what?
    How does it work?
    What are your opinions of them?

    The only one I would ever consider is one like this :p: :p: :p:

    Sorry saw your name and stopped reading.
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    Lol
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    (Original post by .pushing.charlotte.)
    wow. what a hilarious joke.
    give me a moment whilst i sew up my sides.
    hehe
 
 
 
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