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Thread: Tattoo Convention in Aruba @ the Radisson

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    Wink Tattoo Convention in Aruba @ the Radisson


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    Somehow, we keep scheduling ourselves either a little too early or a little too late for the kinda "cool" stuff that keeps happening on the island.
    Gonna have to change that, perhaps just find a way to stay there.
    I can think of worse places to be...

    Ticker in the corner says 13 more days....
    Mr. Ratt
    "It's not having what you want, it's wanting what you've got..."
    Aruba.... May 11, 2018... 3pm at the Tamarijn, see you there.
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    Oh it would have been so worth a trip just to be able to see

    "Victor and Gaby Peralta, named in the 2014 Guinness Book of Records as “Most Body Modifications for a Married Couple.” Between them, Victor of Uruguay and Gaby from Argentina, have “50 piercings, four microdermals, 11 body implants, five dental implants, four ear expanders, two ear bolts and one forked tongue,” for a total of 77 modifications, all of which are covered from top to toe with tattoos."

    I am positive their photo does not do their art any justice whatsoever.

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    There is an annual tattoo convention here in Philly at the Sheraton a block from my office. During that time the foot traffic is.....shall we say colorful? I am surprised that one would be held in Aruba since many of the radically tatooed and pierced are sunshine averse. Sometimes I wonder how they are going to feel about their "decorations" in 30 or 40 years. 1(Disclaimer: I have one tat)
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