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Show Of Hands November 9th, 2017 2:36am

Would you get a tattoo designed by a stranger for $10,000?

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Kahunahammer west
11/12/17 11:44 pm

And who picks location? Lol

11/12/17 6:02 am

I’d do almost anything for 10,000....long as it brought no harm to someone else and no serious harm to me.

lcamino Florida and Georgia
11/11/17 5:28 pm

If I were paid $50,000, I might get a small discreet tattoo in a not very visible spot. I wouldn’t have a large visible tattoo ever.

Me4POTUS United States of America
11/10/17 11:17 pm

I️ wouldn’t get a tattoo. I don’t care if I know the person or not. I just wouldn’t get one anyways.

Lakos New England
11/10/17 8:39 pm

Depends on the size and where

ladyniner81 I hate people
11/10/17 8:02 am

Two questions:

And I getting 10 thousand or paying it?

And what tattoo?

jbrower157 New York
11/09/17 5:15 pm

This is a very vague pole. The majority of people are tattooed by a stranger, who ultimately designs the tattoo with your input. With the average rate of a NYC tattoo shop being between $200-$300 an hour $10,000 is easily achievable. I’m almost $5,000 into just a half sleeve by a notable NY artist. Size, hours, artist, location. All factors.

jbrower157 New York
11/09/17 5:20 pm

In the event that this pole means I’d be paid $10,000 I’d change my answer to no and maintain my argument that it’s horribly worded and vague

krayzewolf New Hampshire
11/09/17 3:39 pm

Based on this alone, nope. My answer could change if I could see the design first, and have a say in where as well as size.

Henry123 Connecticut
11/09/17 3:35 pm

If I could choose the location maybe

11/09/17 3:13 pm

How many friends do you have that do tattoos?.. if it a $10 to $10,000 chances are good they will be a stranger

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/09/17 1:14 pm

that’s what she said

BritneySpears Las Vegas
11/09/17 11:40 am

yeah! didn't say how log the tattoo is. so yeah i'll get a dot.

11/09/17 1:26 pm

You don't get to pick it.. someone else does. Guess who's getting a swastika?

CoffeeNow Powderpuff Leftist
11/09/17 1:41 pm

That’s gonna clash with my black power fist

ptellini Homosuperior
11/09/17 2:09 pm

Yeah, hit me baby one more time!

Greenie Social Democrat
11/09/17 11:22 am

Wait, am I paying 10k or getting 10k?

LazySteelworker USA
11/09/17 10:16 am

I'd need to know how big it would be and the location but I already have some so I'd likely take the $10,000.

bkro37 existential crisis
11/09/17 8:49 am

Hmmm single with kids is almost the highest group here... The joke about not really thinking too far ahead on things writes itself lmao 😂😂

mrscheisskopf2 Kentucky
11/09/17 9:51 am

Or perhaps they're more willing to accept easy cash, dispite it having a lasting consequence, because they have to support a child on their own

Shazam Scaramouche, OH
11/09/17 8:17 am

As long as the tattoo wouldn't normally cost more than $100, sure thing!

Gunfighter06 Iowa, since 1846
11/09/17 6:39 am

No. My grandpa would disown me.

cowboy Proud Father
11/09/17 5:48 am

Sure. When are we doing it?

swervin Maryland
11/09/17 5:13 am

Depends where and how big. On my arm, above my t-shirt line and not visible when wearing a t-shirt, sure. A full chest or back tattoo or anything visible when wearing normal clothes, no way.

GoCougs Washington
11/09/17 2:03 am

If I got to choose where it went, probably. If it's bad, straight to the butt cheek, if it's good, there's a lot more room to play with.

tmtoo Daydreams and Nightmares
11/09/17 1:39 am

My wedding ring cover up was designed by the tattoo artist, but it took a few tries to get something I liked. That's not enough money to go through that kind of pain to potentially end up with something I dislike.

tdaddy Kentucky
11/09/17 1:02 am

The question isn’t clear. Do I have to pay $10,000 or are they giving me $10,000 to try a new tattoo? And what’s the significance of the person being a stranger? Since I never had a tattoo any tattoo artist would be a stranger, so what’s the significance of this question?

MJK Pittsburgh, PA
11/09/17 4:45 am

I think it means that you would receive $10,000 in return for getting the tattoo.

11/09/17 1:28 pm

You would get $10k but you wouldn't get to pick the tattoo. You get $10k but you could end up with a swastika or a giant dick on your face.

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
11/08/17 10:32 pm

I wouldn’t get a tattoo for ANY price. I believe they’re unbiblical. You don’t have to believe that, but I have the right to. 😃

Praetorianus Fair enough.
11/09/17 12:04 am


Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead, nor print any marks upon you: I am the LORD.
Leviticus 19:28

11/09/17 6:19 am

So just wondering, do you think ear piercings are immoral?

TomLaney1 Jesus is Lord
11/09/17 6:48 am

I’m not opposed to a single hole in each earlobe for girls. I don’t think earrings are appropriate for men. I’m not aware of any Scriptural prohibitions on it, though.

bkro37 existential crisis
11/09/17 8:51 am

Leviticus lmao ok

11/09/17 8:58 am

Pretty sure people argue that piercings are "cutting into the flesh" so the same verse the other guy used.

11/08/17 10:02 pm

Sure, use some of the money to remove it

mrscheisskopf2 Kentucky
11/08/17 9:45 pm

I'd probably get a very small ass tat under these circumstances, but anything else is a no go

Wert A picture of my junk
11/08/17 9:37 pm

Love ambiguous questions. Is that a price or a reward?

Praetorianus Fair enough.
11/08/17 9:45 pm

It wouldn't make sense as a price.
For that amount, I'd probably get my whole body tattoed like the lizard man, by a certified artist with tools guaranteed to be sterile.

Domino3 Abolish the ATF
11/08/17 9:29 pm

It depends where. If it is somewhere open that could affect me getting a job then no, if not sure!

phalnx Ohio
11/08/17 9:21 pm

No. Every time I looked at the damn thing, it would remind me that I whored myself out for money.

auntiesamm Orange County CA
11/08/17 9:19 pm

Not a fan of tattoos.

EarlyBird Portland
11/08/17 9:51 pm

Ok, for a million, we’ll get matching tats, ok?

EarlyBird Portland
11/08/17 9:51 pm

And that’s a million each. 🤗

DunkinFrunk Austin area, Texas
11/08/17 8:20 pm

Depends what the tattoo was. To be fair almost all tattoo designs are done by strangers.

11/08/17 8:17 pm

You could just have it removed

CMD1973 Oxford iowa
11/08/17 8:14 pm

I would never have a tattoo, even for a million $. My body is beautiful just as it is.

jlong105 Indiana
11/09/17 10:52 am

So is mine but beauty is overrated. I’ll take the million.

Zod Above Pugetropolis
11/08/17 8:03 pm

If the stranger was a well-qualified tattooist, and I'd be getting the tattoo I wanted, sure. Just some rando off the street, poking holes in me for sport, no.

Praetorianus Fair enough.
11/08/17 7:55 pm

Yes, I think if I hate it it would easily pay for the laser removal.
I'd insist though on the needle being fresh in its package or sterilized by fire.

SlapHappy 5th Generation TX born
11/08/17 7:52 pm

As long as i get to say where it goes. Got a thigh that can handle a $10k tat

ronderman North Carolina
11/08/17 7:51 pm

I wouldn't get a tattoo of my own choosing for only 10k.

screename1 Alaska
11/09/17 10:09 am

What’s your price @ronderman ?

ronderman North Carolina
11/09/17 10:47 am

Above 10k.

I guess it depends on placement and size. I'm not doing a large tattoo for any price. I might let you put a small Mickey Mouse on my ass for 20k. 😂

jlong105 Indiana
11/09/17 10:51 am

Ok. But Mickey’s nose is the hole.

ronderman North Carolina
11/09/17 12:55 pm

Wow. That would hurt. Price may go up.

IEatzCookies Alderaan
11/08/17 7:50 pm

Wouldnt even do it for a billion. Permanent, not chosen by me, and the ever present risk of infection as a result of improper hygiene, especially the transmission of aids. I'm not even sure I'd get a tattoo that I chose MYSELF for a billion.

jlong105 Indiana
11/08/17 7:56 pm

A billion?? I would in a heartbeat. You could tattoo me head to toe and I wouldn’t care.

To quote Damon wayans when pepsi did the billion dollar give away.
That’s so rich your butlers have butlers.

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/09/17 6:39 am

transmission of aids?!?!

have you ever been to a tattoo artist? it’s changed - a lot. two of my good friends own a shop - it’s regulated and extremely hygienic.

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/09/17 6:39 am

and hygiene you control after the tattoo is done so...that’s all on the personal aftercare.

IEatzCookies Alderaan
11/09/17 9:55 am

Uh, no there's always a risk. You don't seem to understand basic hygiene. All it needs is a mistake.

jlong105 Indiana
11/09/17 9:58 am

Your doctor/hospital is just as apt to make a mistake.

IEatzCookies Alderaan
11/09/17 10:20 am doctors go through years of training and certification to make sure they know what they're doing. Tattoo parlors go under no such training.

jlong105 Indiana
11/09/17 10:50 am

And they still get malpractice insurance. Mistakes happen regardless of time training.

thelowend imitation is flattery
11/09/17 11:24 am

“don’t understand basic hygiene...”

you’re talking to a health care professional with a doctorate level degree. try not to be so condescending - especially when it’s obvious your assumptions are baseless and you don’t understand the first thing about basic wound care

lcamino Florida and Georgia
11/11/17 5:41 pm

No amount of money could make up for being tattooed head to toe.

jlong105 Indiana
11/11/17 6:48 pm

A billion would do it for me

lcamino Florida and Georgia
11/11/17 7:18 pm

Good luck jlong, hope you didn’t look like this 🤡 ‼️

jlong105 Indiana
11/11/17 7:41 pm

lol I’ve been married so long I could give a damn what I look like.

SHIPPY1944 Tn.
11/08/17 7:49 pm

Is your common sense & self esteem worth more than $10k❓if not then knock your self out❗️

jarod California
11/08/17 7:45 pm

Depends what place on my body.

jlong105 Indiana
11/08/17 7:45 pm

One more zero. Or in a place of my choosing.

clmcd42 Texas
11/08/17 7:44 pm

If I had veto power maybe. But as the question stands, absolutely not.

Acow Where is the Source
11/08/17 7:38 pm

Tattoos fade and might be regrettable later on in life, so no.