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Visible (wo)man

The visible (wo)man 3-D tatoo
 
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A full body tatoo in red and green ink so that when viewed with 3-D glasses all organs and internals are visible in 3-D. Tumors and other lesions als0o possible.
wow, Dec 22 2002

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       Probably would appeal quite nicely to the "gross out" sense of school age boys. +
krelnik, Dec 22 2002
  

       So peculiar I must vote for it. Reminds me of the idea of getting a tattoo of an image of your face *on* your face.
snarfyguy, Dec 22 2002
  

       i love this idea.
screwdriverqueen, Mar 26 2003
  

       Hey screwdriverqueen. How's that taking over the world by unscrewing everything going?
snarfyguy, Mar 26 2003
  

       hey SDQ! oh wait, i forgot, i have no idea who you are...oh well. About this idea: oh. my. god. this is what i want the instant i turn 18
igirl, Mar 26 2003
  

       But, what will you want for your 13th birthday? ;-)
bristolz, Mar 26 2003
  

       already had it, i got a fake lip ring (which i also want permanently) :)
igirl, Mar 27 2003
  

       Maybe sarcasm is like a fine wine - it gets better with age.
lostdog, Mar 27 2003
  

       "who invented sarcasm?" "I did"
igirl, Mar 27 2003
  

       I've never been, nor have claimed to be, tough. maybe it will become a vestige of irrational days?
igirl, Mar 28 2003
  


 

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