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October 21, 2010


An Oregon tattoo enthusiast with more than 98 percent of his body covered in ink, has taken his obsession one step farther by tattooing his eyeballs.

(Thanks to queensbee)


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They say you shouldn't judge a book by it's cover but in this case I think it's pretty safe to say this guy is an idiot.

Hope the tattoo says " If you can read this, you are too close."

"Don't shoot til you see the whites of his . . . nevermind -- shoot! Shoot now!"

Ladies, there's an auction on for this one. Going, going . . .

Dumb f@#k.

His tongue is blue, too. I wonder where is the two percent he hasn't painted.

Cindy, have you seen any studies documenting a correlation between excessive tattoos and liver damage? I've heard it mentioned a few times, but it seems like alcohol and hepatitis are just correlated with losers as well.

Just brain damage Elon. The shlong and orbs must be an eye-bleach sight.

Matt Gone Wrong

Escher and Rorschach need to tele-conference with Darwin on this one.

Elon, I have seen some studies on this but I think some people are more susceptible to liver damage because many tattoos are done in areas where cleanliness is not a priority and they are more likely to contract Hepatitis B. Any type of hepatitis will destroy your liver but Hep. B combined with Hepatitis D is the worst, in my opinion. So I'm not sure it's the ink that causes it but the effects of having it done with a needle that isn't sterile. We used to have a store here that was a printer cartridge refill store. Down below it was a tattoo place. I always wondered if they got their ink for the tat's upstairs. I hope not. Both are out of business now.

Of course he's single, with such a checkered past.

Dear lord, I was hoping there weren't pictures. I still haven't quite got over the vegetarian festival pictures.


Now, which one is he?

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