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post #226 of 240
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Originally Posted by hchamp View Post
The British Royals have been shot sans suits, in sporting and even bathing attire. I didn't notice any tats. Did you?

Better things to do than worry about looking at that.
post #227 of 240
Just thought I'd pop in and say that I can't believe you fags are still arguing in this thread!
post #228 of 240
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When you boyz get kicked out of school and have to get a job in the real world, why don't you wear your jewelry and tats on your sleeve, so to speak, so that your prospective employers can see them. Then come back and tell us how things went.

I'm not in school dumass. For the record I have zero tats, zero piercings. What do you do for a living? Cantakerous middle manager?
post #229 of 240
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I'm not in school dumass. For the record I have zero tats, zero piercings. What do you do for a living? Cantakerous middle manager?



The psychological resemblance is eerie.
post #230 of 240
What a hilarious thread.
post #231 of 240
I would like to change the topic on this thread just a bit. Anyone here in the health profession? I've been told by a friend that Hepatitis C, a rarely checked for strain of this bug is usually caught by drug addicts sharing needles and that those with tats are considered high risk for this bug. (Quite frankly, when was the last time your favorite tat artist even put his equipment into an autoclave?)

It seems that this particular bug was not detected or even specifically tested for until the late 80s early 90s and that it is not part of a blood test in a medical exam unless specifically asked for, which I find peculiar. I sure hope my friend is mis informed about this, not that I have to worry, but I perceive a kind of a silent epidemic happening here. I may be blowing this out of proportion. He also tells me it can lie dormant for years and get active later in life.

Anybody care to enlighten this old man?
post #232 of 240
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Originally Posted by flylot74 View Post
I would like to change the topic on this thread just a bit. Anyone here in the health profession? I've been told by a friend that Hepatitis C, a rarely checked for strain of this bug is usually caught by drug addicts sharing needles and that those with tats are considered high risk for this bug. (Quite frankly, when was the last time your favorite tat artist even put his equipment into an autoclave?)

It seems that this particular bug was not detected or even specifically tested for until the late 80s early 90s and that it is not part of a blood test in a medical exam unless specifically asked for, which I find peculiar. I sure hope my friend is mis informed about this, not that I have to worry, but I perceive a kind of a silent epidemic happening here. I may be blowing this out of proportion. He also tells me it can lie dormant for years and get active later in life.

Anybody care to enlighten this old man?

Every time it is used, and if not, run, don't walk out of the parlor. The local Health Dept. does checks on this as well. Good artists would not risk their reputation and livelihood by being cheap or lazy and skipping this.
post #233 of 240
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Originally Posted by j View Post
Every time it is used, and if not, run, don't walk out of the parlor. The local Health Dept. does checks on this as well. Good artists would not risk their reputation and livelihood by being cheap or lazy and skipping this.

+1
post #234 of 240
Thanks for the info. I did not know this.
post #235 of 240
This is disgusting they are repulsive, can't stand nose studs or rings on women or men and definetly not when working.
post #236 of 240
Best thread necro in months!
post #237 of 240
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Originally Posted by UK2004 View Post
This is disgusting they are repulsive, can't stand nose studs or rings on women or men and definetly not when working.

How did you even find this thread???
post #238 of 240
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Originally Posted by CTGuy View Post
How did you even find this thread???

He did a search for "Hot nose studs women"

Give the guy a break, it's a slight fetish!
post #239 of 240
Where did my post go I did a reply saying found it when searching for another term lol!
post #240 of 240
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Where did my post go I did a reply saying found it when searching for another term lol!

What were you searching for? "Hot sales studs? Ok!"
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