#38623
ArniVidar
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    @arnividar

I was just watching Time Warp, and they had a bit about tattooing that I just needed to share with you guys.

Almost makes me not want to get any more ink done 😀

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsSd58jjih0


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#121883
kcgreyhound
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    @kcgreyhound

It makes me not want to get my legs waxed.


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#121887
ArniVidar
Moderator
    @arnividar
kcgreyhound;107667 wrote:
It makes me not want to get my legs waxed.

LOL, well yes… that too 😀

Looking forward to having my back waxed before the eventual back-piece 🙂


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#121888
kcgreyhound
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    @kcgreyhound

Ouch! No pain, no gain. When is “eventual”?


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#121890
ArniVidar
Moderator
    @arnividar

Oh, it’s far in the future. I need to find ~4-6 grand per limb and ~10 grand for the back, and then I need to get the only honestly GOOD artist in Iceland to accept new customers (me in particular), assuming that he’s even into the whole concept.

Or I’ll have to find artists somewhere over on either continent.


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#121903
BertNaked
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    @bertnaked

Thanks for sharing. Great entertainment. (break from watching a flocking maraton of Desperate Housewives with my girlfriend)

#121910
Panter
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    @panter

Interesting stuff 🙂


Tattoo: A permanent reminder of a temporary feeling.

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#121915
bluey
Participant
    @bluey

I’m just glad they didn’t call it science. I would suggest the reaction to pain is proportional on the amount of pain. I guess they got some free body art.

#121916
ArniVidar
Moderator
    @arnividar

Well, that show never tries to be overly scientific… merely entertaining 🙂

But I’m guessing you’re wrong though. Yes, the reaction to the pain is proportional to the amount of the pain, but the time that the pain receptors take to give any information to the brain should never vary…. only the severity of the pain felt 🙂
That being said, I am sure that there are quite a few other factors involved in this equation 😀


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#121917
msmercury
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    @msmercury

Very interesting, indeed! 🙂

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