Tattoo Removal

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angel
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Tattoo Removal

Post by angel »

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http://www.hanzismatter.com/tattooremov ... sander.wmv

This is a video clip of someone getting a tattoo removed.

Instead of using a scalpel or laser gun, the person administering the procedure is actually using a Black&Decker handheld sander. It is unclear if the patient was given any anesthesia prior to the operation, but at least the "doctor" was wearing gloves.

The one minute video is not for the weak-stomached, especially the buzzing sound of sander grinding into human flesh.

Found on http://www.hanzismatter.com/
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Post by StVandal »

Yikes.. this is exactly why you should really think about your tattoos before getting them.
It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool, than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.

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Post by ohlia »

:yikes:
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angel
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Post by angel »

yep. i am thinking about having one of mine removed, but i'll most likely go for the less grinding way...
just imagine the scar this guy will have...
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ashes13
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Post by ashes13 »

Media player won't let me open the link :(

Wouldn't a cover-up be better than removal? Less pain involved. Especially if doen this way! Ouch!
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pilvikki
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Post by pilvikki »

ok, i'm keeping all mine!

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