Anonymous asked: Re: Tattoo conventions. Are these functions for spectators and participants alike? I can't imagine you'd be denied entry if you wanted to just check out art and not get tattooed. But I couldn't quite tell what the primary function of these events is and I don't want to show up to what is a essentially just a gigantic tattoo session.
it’s like any other convention. it’s a meeting of people, some of them show their work some of them are there to appreciate this work. you don’t need to get a tattoo if you want to go to a tattoo convention.
They’re also really useful for checking out multiple artists at one time. I feel like there’s less pressure talking to an artist at a convention than there is going into their shop. You can check out a lot of portfolios and chat with many different artists and watch them work without taking time away from other customers. It’s how I found my current artist.
And there’s the added swag bonus: buttons, stickers, bags, t-shirts, bandannas, prints, tattoo care product samples…
scarlett johansson was married to ryan reynolds
where is the fic where deadpool and black widow get divorced?
or where hal jordan pisses off natasha so she murders him?
putting milk in the bowl first is divorce worthy
wow excuse you maybe I like to soften the bristles first B(
who the fuck doesn’t wet their tooth brush before putting toothpaste on what the fuck
who the fuck does
i the fuck do
what the fuck man
If you wet the bristles first, do you also wet the bristles after adding toothpaste?
I used to do both, but then realized I was duplicating my effort and stopped wetting the bristles before adding toothpaste.