Okay this is just gross – IOTW Report

Okay this is just gross

Patriot Retort: Fox had a story yesterday about a non-profit company that will preserve your tattoos upon your demise so that you can bequeath them to a loved one.

The National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art (or NAPSA) will offer this service to its paying members. The service includes removal, the process to preserve and display them, and a certificate (of authenticity perhaps?).

Anybody else feeling a little ooky?

According to the release, removing a tattoo from one of its member’s deceased bodies involves “a chemical and enzymatic process that permanently alters the chemical structure, thus permanently fixing it against decomposition (while preserving the integrity of the art).” The group said the final product isn’t classified as tissue and isn’t toxic.

Yeah. Because if the process were toxic, this might be gross.

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25 Comments on Okay this is just gross

  1. It will never happen, a woman I know promised me if she were to die before I she would will me her parrot tattoo from her thigh.
    I haven’t seen her in 25 years, bet that Polly doesn’t need another cracker by now.
    She is 6′ tall and the parrot went from her hip to her knee. First woman I ever knew (biblically) with piercings in her hoo ha.
    I was hoping to make a lamp shade.
    Damn you Godwin, quit biting me.

  2. Gee Sally, you put us in a difficult situation, just what is it you’re trying to say?
    Besides being off the rails and unnecessarily rude, that is?

    Is that your Mustang somebody is stealing?

  3. I was wondering if Brad had ever heard of this, or for that matter
    Has anyone heard of this.
    The only thing I had ever heard about weight lifting to the extreme was
    Most people who lift (to the extreme) don’t have a college degree.

  4. Never understood the desire to have little cartoons infused into my skin, but that is just me.
    Every time the kid ask me if he can get one, I tell him “tattoo’s are not like getting married, tattoo’s are permanent.” He mumbles, under his breath, what a dumbass I am.

  5. “Good morning, yesterday
    You wake up and time has slipped away
    And suddenly it’s hard to find
    The butterfly on your behind
    Remember, do you remember…”

    Please. Just take some snapshots.. This country is being overrun with ghouls.

  6. I may be showing my age here, but when I was growing up, pretty much the only people I ever heard of having tattoos were sailors and prostitutes. It’s still hard for me to get past idea that today, which causes me to have judgmental issues when I see women with tramp stamps and the like. I’m trying to re-educate myself, though, so maybe there’s hope for me yet.


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