Fingers to Create Instant Moustaches
Many plastic, cosmetic and dermatological surgeons offer tattoo removal for those times when people regret ever getting the body art in the first place. (READ: Grew up and got a job!)
Laser tattoo removal. It usually requires three to five or more
appointments to completely vaporize the tattoo ink.
If you’re in the market, read more about tattoo removal. (HINT: You’ll burn far more time and money taking it off than that mad, crazy moment back in the day when you first got it!)
Despite that booming trade in removal, more tats are being applied and in more creative areas of the body. No longer restricted to bulging biceps or on a lady’s trim ankle, tattoos are starting to appear on eyeballs and in Braille, too. Yet another trend is tattooing moustaches on fingers.
Hey, I know what you’re thinking. What’s that part about Braille tattoos? How does that work?
Well, say, you want “Mom” inked onto your bulging bicep. Or your best gal or guy’s name delicately inscribed onto your ankle.
It’s done with a series of raised dots, just like in regular Braille. Only no ink is used. The surgeon (if you can find one) just inserts implantable surgical steel, titanium or medical plastic under the skin.
“Mom” in Braille
And that naturally leads to another one of those “Why-did-nobody-ever-think-of-this-before!” moments.
If you have Braille tats on your hand like in the picture below, you can instantly learn the name of the person with whom you are shaking hands. Just don’t assume everybody is named “Mom.!”
Can’t you win some sort of prize for outside-the-box thinking like that?
And here’s another thought:
You gotta admit writing a “Mom” tattoo in dots, saying “This is mom’s name in a red heart with a wavy wreath and an arrow through it” in Braille is going to take up a lot of arm or ankle space. Not to mention all those hands feeling your biceps and ankles.
It probably would look something like this:
But, hey, more power to them. The sightless have enough challenges in life so if they want Braille tattoos, bring ‘em on!
Removal of Braille tattoos: top scientists have carefully analyzed the issues and ramifications involved and have announced they will think of something soon.
One of the hottest new trends in Tattoos is for men and women who want a moustache -- but only some of the time.
It works like this: just ask your favorite skin ink artist to tattoo your choice of moustaches onto your index finger.
Then, say, you want a disguise or you’re at the guest of honor at the annual Moustache Convention. Why, just hold your finger over your lip.
Presto! Instant soup strainer! How easy could things be?
Removal: Put your hand down.
Tattoos on your eyeball probably would not be your doctor’s favorite choice of body art for you. Besides, it gets unsettling with the needle in the eye and all so we’ll just skip that part.
One guy getting an eyeball Tat, concluded his description about creating a tattoo on his eyeball with the following words of wisdom:
“Now that this experiment has been started, please wait for us to either heal or go blind before trying it!”
Removal of eye tattoos? No known method. Start by crying a lot.
Speaking of dots: at least one tattoo aficionado and artist had inked, numbered dots on the length of her lower leg, below. If you connect all 16,581 dots from the lowest to the highest number, the outline of a giraffe appears. Reason? She’s absolutely nuts about giraffes and has been since childhood. Plus, artists do things entirely for reasons of their own.
Unfortunately, the dots are not raised so the artwork is not accessible to readers of Braille. But with legs like that…..whoops! Never mind! Gee, I almost let loose with some highly politically incorrect male chauvinist pig sexism there. But you get the general concept, I’m sure.
Removal? Basic tattoo removal.