>It’s too bad blane dickinson, the guy who wanted to tattoo breakfast on someone’s head, didn’t meet Marcos Paiz, someone willing to allow his torso to be used as a practice space by tattoo artists, so much so that he posted an ad on Craigslist saying so. But I guess Dickinson did want to tattoo someone’s head, and Paiz said nothing about that.
My big question is the guy says he doesn’t want anything crazy. But how can he be sure he won’t get something he doesn’t want? That’s a lot of trust to put in a random tattoo artist. I mean, he’s not paying for it, so there’s nothing except the artist’s word to keep him from giving Mr. Paiz a big old swastika.
All I can say is I hope that whoever practices on him doesn’t suck at it. Otherwise, he may end up having a torso covered in horible disfigurements.