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The hosts of Spike TV’s Ink Master look at celebrity tattoos, From Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, to Rihanna and Nicki Minaj, and comment on the artisanship that went into these tattoos.

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“This is why I got face tattoos and how I got the face tattoos with my Tourettes. I have a condition called Tourette Syndrome. Tourettes is a neurological condition in the brain which causes me to twitch, shout, make strange noises and a lot of the time use inappropriate language. It is completely involuntary, which means I have no control over it. I just wanted to make you all aware (In case you’re wondering why the f*ck I’m spazzing out lmao).” – @j.franciss

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Many people in this world will have to go through their lives bearing the shame of a hateful or dangerous message on their bodies because of poor decisions they made earlier in life. The Cutlips believe that “there is enough hate in this world,” and so made the decision to do what little part they could to make the world, and their community, better. It’s a generous service that pretty much everyone can appreciate. Donate to his Random Acts of Tattoo Project HERE.

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If you are looking to get a tattoo removed, but don’t want to go for 10 laser sessions, Bslice Body Modification can get it done for you in just one day! This guy was sick of the tattoos above his eyebrows, so he got them sliced off with a crazy geometric pattern!

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For some people, tattoos are a way of saying something, while for others, they are a way of covering things up. For few – they are a way of doing both. And one year on from launching The Scars Project, Brisbane artist Whitney Develle says her commitment to offering tattoos to the latter group is as strong as ever, having now helped over 50 people cover their self-harm scars.

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“Jay, a base jumper from Melbourne, travelled to Mexico a few months ago to climb and jump off a crane with a few of his buddies, but when the weather took a turn for the worst they ended up going on a 3 day bender. Apparently 50 cent Corona’s were too good to refuse. Anyways, after 72 hours of partying the trio woke up and Jay, being none the wiser, started having a good laugh at his friends who had covered their legs in amateur tattoos, until they started pointing and laughing at him. Pretty quickly he realised he had “PARTY 2 IMPACT” tattooed on his eye lids. Full ‘hangover’ moment. And now he finds himself here. Bless you Mexico. PS Jay has special lenses over his eyes to protect them from the laser.” – @megbakerpeach from @mjdriverlasertattooremoval

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“Most of the homeboys/girls hadn’t seem themselves without tattoos for decades, so during the interviews I presented before and after portraits. There was a deep emotional response by the subjects. They revealed very personal sometimes shocking details about the abuse, violence and drug addiction they had suffered for most of their lives. With help from the Homeboy Industries organisation in downtown Los Angeles, they fought against the odds to find something better; hope.” – @stevenburtonphotography.

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In case you feared we were running out of things to get outraged about, along comes another one that’s getting Dallas all worked up today: Little Woodrow’s, the Texas sports and beer bar franchise that recently opened a location on Ross Avenue, apparently does not allow patrons who have face or neck tattoos.

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On Episode 2 of UFC 205 Embedded, lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez and featherweight Frankie Edgar get some motivation in the form of a custom Conor throwing dummy. Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley reveals that he’s earned a second belt during his latest training camp; his opponent Stephen Thompson puts in an appearance at a first birthday party.

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“Step Brothers” is a movie that gets more popular as time passes, when more people realise how genius the comedy is. So much so, that it is not uncommon for super-fans to get some wild tattoos.