|I see de plane! Oh, sorry, it's just another college drop-out with a tramp stamp.|
|Damn straight it is. This is my next tattoo.|
|You like it? Isn't it 'edgy'? 18 year-olds make good life decisions.|
|Get half-off Indian food, a face peel, and some tats removed, all from the same place!|
|Mustard? Ketchup? Tattoo removal?|
|Why can't more men be clearly labeled like this?|
The door opens and the girl who calls my name is young (younger than me) and really nice. Let me compare this to my dermatologist's office experience: like I said, my normal derm is pretty swanky and one time when I was there, I decided to get a price on getting this trashy inkspot removed. The girl who does the removal looks like a porcelain doll and while she's nice, she's not super personable, probably because she's so perfect it's intimidating. She takes a look, measures the tattoo, and gives me a price- $350. That's it? It's on like Donkey Kong! Then she finishes her sentence- a session. And since it can take up to 10 sessions, we're looking at over three grand to get this taken off. You know, I think I could learn to live with it for that price. So that's why I was all over this Groupon when it rolled out.
|Three grand? I can put that towards a boob job and nobody will ever look at my back again!|
At this place, I get my consultation and she says the webbing will go away quickly but the spider will take longer. Luckily, black ink on pale skin is the easiest to remove since it's easiest for the laser to find the ink and break it up. But I had the spider done twice, because I'm smart like that, so it could take more than the six sessions I had bought.
|And then I just connect a potato for the power source!|
|In case there was ever any question.|
|He's waiting for a half-off coupon to get the 'T'. Until then, he's still bad-ass.|
|The day after treatment #1|
|About two weeks later.|