So...call me crazy... but I personally would never want to visit a tattoo shop who advertises with fliers under the windshield wipers of car windows (in the parking lot of Walmart, no less). I know- crazy right??Call me a tattoo snob if you will, but I offer a prime example of what the quality of work you can expect to find at such an establishment would be.
Apparently they have had ten years in the piercing industrty. I cannot even pronounce that word, let alone begin to understand it. Seriously- try and pronounce it! I dare you!
Also, clearly their art is so amazingly beautiful it needs TWO "L" 's. not one, but two!!!
Now my favorite part of it all... they are doing FRO tattoos for fifty bucks! I want to investigate this further and see exactly what they mean by a fro tattoo. Can we choose which fro we want?
All sarcasm aside, in this day and age this is simply NOT ACCEPTABLE!! Folks, spell check is your friend!!! You should be taking spell check by the hand, skipping down the lane, stopping to pick daisies for her along the way. But no- these people took poor spell check to the dark corners of the forest where they broke her spirit and left her lying in her own sick- a disheveled, lipstick smeared mess. Poor spell check.
Moral of the story boys and girls.....choose your tattoo artist wisely (not from a flier left on your car), treat them nicely, tip them, tell them they are pretty (the guys especially love this) and most of all, if you are getting words anywhere on your body always double check & triple check- even *I* have been known to make spelling errors on occasion (no, I am not perfect but thank you for thinking so).
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Let me preface this by saying, I know the above statement to be true, because I for one have pets and , well... I am nuts. I fully admit it.
Let me also mention-being that I work with animals, I know the above statement to be true with even more certainty. This is why this particular blog entry is just a part 1- I know, without consulting a magic eight ball even, that there will be more stories.
Case in point- I love notes that we receive. I save them whenever possible. It is such an amazing testament to the notion that people really will say (and write) whatever is on their mind, without giving any thought to it.
|Come on, Really? Is it fair to make it SO easy?|