#35201
ptc123
Guest
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After clearing this message with TurboSatan, I wanted to let you all know about this exciting opportunity!

Emmy Award winning company Pie Town Productions is currently
working on a new show about individuals who are addicted to
getting tattoos. Are you constantly planning out your next
tattoo? Are you running out of space for more? Are your friends
and family urging you to stop getting more tattoos? If this
sounds like you, then we want you to be a part of our project.

We are looking for people between the ages of 18 and 25 for this
program.

Compensation is available to those who participate in our
documentary.

If you would like more information about our company, feel free
to visit our website at http://www.pietown.tv

To apply, please include in your e-mail:
-Name, age, city, state.
-How many tattoos you have
-Include a few lines describing how obsessed you are, or a
nickname that you have related to your addiction.
-Why youโ€™re addicted to getting tattoos
-Please include a few current photos of yourself.

Send all applications to pietowncasting@pietown.tv

Best,
Anna

#95075
newyearspumpkin
Participant
@newyearspumpkin

No offense but 18 to 25 and this a documentary? Sounds like the next Jersey Shore to me lol …..

#95077
ArniVidar
Moderator
@arnividar

Well, nobody wants to see a movie about 40-50 year olds with wrinkled tattoos ๐Ÿ˜€

#95080
newyearspumpkin
Participant
@newyearspumpkin
ArniVidar;76780 wrote:
Well, nobody wants to see a movie about 40-50 year olds with wrinkled tattoos ๐Ÿ˜€

and that’s why it will just be a cheesy show rather than a documentary

#95081
ArniVidar
Moderator
@arnividar

Probably very true!

#95083
Gsouder
Participant
@gsouder

I’m 33 with a brand new tattoo. Why wouldn’t a documentary want me in the show? Because they want drama. Sounds like an MTV reality show, not a documentary.

#95087
ArniVidar
Moderator
@arnividar

Well that’s obvious from the premise in the list. They want young people in trouble with their families because they’re spending all their hard-earned money on evil ink. Over the top (fake) drama and controversy rules American TV. Who cares about content when you can show two people passionately arguing over something?

#95099
MrSultan531
Participant
@mrsultan531

I wonder what they would say about me being a 20 year old college student who’s addicted, and has a family that doesn’t care/ won’t disown him and hasn’t gone broke….

Im sorry sir but we aren’t looking for someone so, how do we say it? Boring and normal, we want someone crazy, and more of a failure. ๐Ÿ˜€

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