First-Time Customer Can't Handle The Pain That Comes With A Tattoo

LPE360Published: November 23, 2017395,211 plays$1,259.65 earned
Published: November 23, 2017

Many people who proudly display tattoos say they are a way of expressing themselves, decorating their bodies and recording the stories of their life. Whatever your reason is for wanting a tattoo, there is always one question that goes through your mind - Does it really hurt to get a tattoo? Unfortunately, yes they do. At the end of the day, your skin is getting stabbed with between 1 and 20 needles at once, over and over again - hundreds of thousands of times over a single sitting. There are no two ways about it, all tattoos do hurt.
That being said, not all tattoos hurt equal, and there are many, many different factors that can affect the amount of pain in which you may or may not go through for any given tattoo. Maybe you've heard horror stories about the pain, or you have heard about someone who fell asleep on the table. So it comes as no surprise that the truth is somewhere in between those two extremes.

There are many pain filled horror stories floating about and legends as well. Either it hurt like hell or the 'legends', simply fell asleep while being tattooed. It's really no surprise that the truth, is somewhere in between. The reality is that getting a tattoo is a uniquely personal experience and there are many factors that contribute towards making it either a pleasant or painful one.

There are bad customers and there are bad tattoo customers. Dealing with a difficult person is surely one thing, but dealing with a horrible client while fighting with them to put a permanent ink drawing they personally selected and decided on is a totally different ball game altogether. In the worse case scenario, these difficult customers could be left with a possible life-devastating problem. Instead of reading tattoo artists’ testimonials, you can watch this video of a young woman screaming her lungs out while getting a tattoo
At first, it might sound cute: her indicating the tattoo artist of the pain she suffers. But as the process progresses, her screams become louder and louder, almost unbearable to the ears of the viewer. The tattoo artist is a true professional. He never flinches or stirs in the same time carefully following her body motions to minimize the possible damage.

To the neutral observer it is obvious that when getting up close and personal on the tattoo chair, it is normal to get bit nervous and apprehensive. However, this woman’s reaction goes far beyond the reality of her situation, giving off the impression that she is under coercion and not getting something that should present a dear memory with a certain personal symbolics and a piece of art on her skin. If you are going in for your first tattoo, don't push it and opt for one of the more painful tattoo spots. Instead, opt for a tattoo on one of the least painful areas of the body, such as on your arm, outer thighs and legs.

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      BroncoBob · 34 weeks ago

      Hah! I bet she's a real ball in the sack! Hot Dam! ROTFLMMFAO!