#34653
AdmiralPercy
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    @admiralpercy

Hello,

I have 2 tattoos, with several more kicking around in my head. I want to get a “personal info” tattoo, one containing my name, DOB, blood type, medical info, etc. I don’t plan on making it too ornate, just kinda like a typewriter font. I want to do this because I participate in a lot of high-risk activities, and I think it’d look bad-ass. I can’t find anything like this online, and was wondering what people thought I should include in it, as far as information.

#92559
looney bin escapee
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    @looney-bin-escapee

You could always make that info a sort of morgue tag, tied around your ankle, wrist, or whatever.

#92579
gnarly
Participant
    @gnarly

I think you should include all the information included on a dog tag.

#92582
ppornan
Participant
    @ppornan

These types of tattoos are often seen on military personel. I think they are called body tags. Try googling it, good luck.

Patrick

#92584
Outlaw
Participant
    @outlaw

if you do high risk activities then i would suggest having it on your wrist, thats where they look to find a pulse or to see if you are wearing an s.o.s bracelet 😉

i would just put,
name, d.o.b
blood type
allergies


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#92626
Jlin
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    @jlin

Definitely include allergies if you any, I’ve been thinking about that myself as I’m allergic to various antibiotics…
Other than that I wouldnt put too much, pretty much what Outlaw suggested. Just the essentials.

Unless you have any other specifics you’d like them to know, like DNR etc.

#92628
ppornan
Participant
    @ppornan

You should include Donor info too.

Patrick

#92646
AdmiralPercy
Participant
    @admiralpercy

ppornan, Dogtags include different info for different branches. They also tend to include one’s SSN.

I guess the gist of this inquest was to figure out how much info is too much. I plan on including

Blood type
Allergies
Medical Conditions
Donar info (good call, ppornan)

should I include

Name
SSN

I hesitate with that as I don’t want someone to be able to get my personal info just because I’m walking around with my shirt off.

#92649
Dewolf
Participant
    @dewolf

Does your sig say Irish Republican Army? 😡

#92652
AdmiralPercy
Participant
    @admiralpercy

My avatar does. If you want to talk about it, message me, I don’t want to get this topic closed.

#92678
Jlin
Participant
    @jlin
AdmiralPercy;73733 wrote:
should I include

Name
SSN

I hesitate with that as I don’t want someone to be able to get my personal info just because I’m walking around with my shirt off.

I would opt against it for exactly that reason.
Also, this info is technically not necessary to save your life.

#92685
Dewolf
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    @dewolf
AdmiralPercy;73741 wrote:
My avatar does. If you want to talk about it, message me, I don’t want to get this topic closed.

Why would you want to publicise a terrorist organisation on a public forum? And one that a large number of people on it are from the UK and so may have experience of some of their past “high-risk” activities!

In summary, the IRA are scum, end of!

#92686
inkfreakz
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AdmiralPercy;73610 wrote:
Hello,

I have 2 tattoos, with several more kicking around in my head. I want to get a “personal info” tattoo, one containing my name, DOB, blood type, medical info, etc. I don’t plan on making it too ornate, just kinda like a typewriter font. I want to do this because I participate in a lot of high-risk activities, and I think it’d look bad-ass. I can’t find anything like this online, and was wondering what people thought I should include in it, as far as information.

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#92715
AdmiralPercy
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    @admiralpercy

If you would be so kind as to stop your sweeping generalizations of peoples I will do the same. My high risk activities do not involve IRA actions. I was referring to rock climbing, free-diving, base jumping, etc. If you wish to discuss the IRA, please PM me. I am not here to start a flame-war. In public and private, you are free to have your opinions, but if they are degrading and you can’t communicate them civilly and like an adult please confine your comments to the private and not the public forum of an unrelated website.

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