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Yesterday morning I tweeted about the woman above. She is 18 years old and met an a-hole online and within 24 hours got his name tattooed on her face. The couple say they are going to get married. Now, you may be saying to yourself, why are you calling him an a-hole? Well, first of all this is not the first time he has convinced a teen to cover her face in tattoos. The teen with the stars on her face? His fault. Just because this guy decided to tattoo his own face he has made it a personal quest to get as many young teens as he can to also get their faces tattooed. When this couple inevitably break up, he will move on and do it to another teen. She, on the other hand will be stuck like this for life and only hope she can get a visa to the US and work on a sideshow at a carnival with the yak woman.
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