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    If you do not understand what i am saying, then i have no more to add.


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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    No; those were blood type tattoos, actually.
    The only meaningful tattoo I ever considered putting. And that to be used if ever involved in a serious car or bike accident.
    But then again who is going to look for my blood type tattoo if injured in a accident, so I have none!
    I also think that makes me unique in the bikersworld I am in...
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    You could wear a dogtag with blood type or one of those rescue wristbands as used in some countries.
    Put NKA/NKDA on there as well if that holds true.
    As you say, it would make sense to have your bloodtype visible should an accident occour.
    Last edited by Scout; 05-09-2012 at 02:03 PM.

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    Quote by tempelhof View Post
    when i did that sleeve, i picked the guy purely from the perspective of his skill. then i went in and told him to do whatever he wanted. i figured everything i saw by him looked great and whatever he did, i'd get used to it if i didn't like it straight off.

    he did the whole thing freehand... just let it rip.
    So did this guy........But the only thing that got ripped was his head.....OFF!!!!

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    Now That tat, I like...lol
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Scout those blood group tats you see on people "including me" lol, The medical teams wont play any attention to them it takes seconds to draw blood...& check it..Thats what I heard!!!!!!!! any way ..... cheers Terry.

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    that's an hilarious picture!

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    Talking blood types, i still wear my army dog tag. Medics know what it is.

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    Good to hear, that I'm not the only one, heheeh
    Makes perfect sense IMO
    (Not only for blood type but also for identification purposes).

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    Quote by Tango View Post
    Scout those blood group tats you see on people "including me" lol, The medical teams wont play any attention to them it takes seconds to draw blood...& check it..Thats what I heard!!!!!!!! any way ..... cheers Terry.
    I wasnt the one to mention or recommend blod type tats, but I have seen fellow soldiers with them.
    Squaddies should just all be O+ and not have to worry, LOL!

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