The world is a strange but amazing place

Posted: December 22, 2008 in creativity
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curtis

Comments
  1. danis rasta says:

    ajib

  2. Al says:

    This guy is an idiot

  3. vi says:

    idiot snyupid man

  4. Good and relevant post. I have

  5. Tyler Higgins says:

    These people are idiots, any one who tattoos themselves like this will never be able to get a real job…

  6. spamsam says:

    Hehe! I don’t think these guys actually try to get a “real job” Tyler…
    :o)

  7. susie says:

    That fair haired guy would actually be really nice looking without all the ink! WHY!!!

  8. your face says:

    The guy in the tie with the face tattoos is a professor at UNM, I would call that a real job you morons.

  9. kaite says:

    His tattoos obviously dont inhibit his ability to be a professor at a university. Tattoos/piercings don’t make someones work ethic deminish.

  10. felicia says:

    her boobs are really nasty looking an rediculouse and the guys jus look dumb only retarts would make their boobs that big an tatttoo theirface like that

  11. your face says:

    @ Felicia: Only “retarts” would post such incoherent nonsense.

  12. mohsen says:

    it’s funny.

  13. Kasey says:

    I am a tattoo artist. This is my line of work. I have tattoos but they are are able to be hidden. I am also a Psychologist/Addictionologist, and yes the face tattoos are way overboard, but it doesnt change who you are as a person. If someone wants to decorate thier body with ink thats there thing. I currently have 14 tattoos and when I am dressed you can not see any of them, and I have sleeves, back and leg tattoos. Tattoos are a form of art and it does not change who you are inside. Your still the same person, you just look different. Society needs to stop judging people based on how they look and should start judging people by thier character and how thier attitude is, not by there looks.

  14. Ophranigga says:

    For the pseudo psychologist above: any kind of eccentricity makes and defines you as different, not necessarily aggressive but abnormal.
    The tattooed characters displayed above look very different and at the same time they have similar traits.
    The colored one possibly earns money by exposing himself as a freak. Looks inoffensive. The fact that his field of “movement” is restricted makes him different.
    The delinquent one, shown in the police line up, shows through the tattooed messages his antisocial and probably violent nature.
    Not one of them or even the breast implanted woman could work as math teachers or as baby-sitters. That kind of self-radical-differentiation makes them marginals.
    This is a field called Social Psychology. If this events (not the super-breasted woman) could have happened in New Zealand, the first tattooed man would be normal. He could perform the job of a math teacher or of a bank manager or the roll of baby-sitting. Not here. The second one is prison meat anywhere.

  15. v says:

    For the pseudo psychologist above: any kind of eccentricity makes and defines you as different, not necessarily aggressive but abnormal.
    The tattooed characters displayed above look very different and at the same time they have similar traits.
    The colored one possibly earns money by exposing himself as a freak. Looks inoffensive. The fact that his field of “movement” is restricted makes him different.
    The delinquent one, shown in the police line up, shows through the tattooed messages his antisocial and probably violent nature.
    Not one of them or even the breast implanted woman could work as math teachers or as baby-sitters. That kind of self-radical-differentiation makes them marginals.
    This is a field called Social Psychology. If this events (not the super-breasted woman) could have happened in New Zealand, the first tattooed man would be normal. He could perform the job of a math teacher or of a bank manager or the roll of baby-sitting. Not here. The second one is prison meat anywhere.

  16. Alphabeta says:

    For the pseudo psychologist above: any kind of eccentricity makes and defines you as different, not necessarily aggressive but abnormal.
    The tattooed characters displayed above look very different and at the same time they have similar traits.
    The colored one possibly earns money by exposing himself as a freak. Looks inoffensive. The fact that his field of “movement” is restricted makes him different.
    The delinquent one, shown in the police line up, shows through the tattooed messages his antisocial and probably violent nature.
    Not one of them or even the breast implanted woman could work as math teachers or as baby-sitters. That kind of self-radical-differentiation makes them marginals.
    This is a field called Social Psychology. If this events (not the super-breasted woman) could have happened in New Zealand, the first tattooed man would be normal. He could perform the job of a math teacher or of a bank manager or the roll of baby-sitting. Not here. The second one is prison meat anywhere.

  17. prabhu says:

    crazy ppl… the woman with big boobs i’mspell bound how she got it and how she’ll go in public places

  18. JOHN BORESOFF says:

    every body is free to do with their body whatever they want. but as that freedom goes everybody is free to have an opinion about those who choose to look different. Now some one is going to ask what is different and what is normal? .. I don’t have all the answers, What I know for sure it’s that those who look different want to be the center of the attraction, but often get pissed off when people look at them..

  19. chinkygill says:

    omg c yr but about that ldy hw is she alive ?………………

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  21. Taha Sulaiman says:

    Stupid

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