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Anyone up for some silly dilemmas? (not necessarily tattoo related)

Remember to leave a comment on what you chose and why you chose it (see poll above).

Let the fun commence! :)

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This is going to be fun, but the question is way too easy! Shunga all the way, because it's at least going to be a beautiful tattoo! But if I had to get some shunga on my neck, I'd honestly probably go with Dan Sinnes over Horiyoshi III simply because I'm more into the way Dan Sinnes has taken shunga in this really weird, crazy, gross-out way that to me is more appealing than the more traditional shunga. Though there's still some really wild stuff there in the original reference.

Anyway, here's a Dan Sinnes tattoo of a vagina Daruma riding on a penis turtle:

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Shunga, because I can wear a scarf all the time when I'm at work, etc. (Which reminds me of "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.") Having a sartorial trademark sounds preferable to having a shitty tattoo I can never get rid of, even though I'm not really a penis-on-the-neck sort of person.

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I'm going to be the odd one out, but I'd go with Ink Master ONLY because it would allow me to have a wee bit of control over what I get and where. Now if it was any Horiyoshi III tattoo on the neck, then the choice would be easy, but I can't get down with a shunga tattoo... anywhere.

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I'd do the shunga tattoo - it seems the lesser of two evils... And, some of the shunga tattoos I've seen are really beautiful. I'd get a shunga tattoo. Imagine explaining that one to people!

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inkmaster then then later get something blasted over it.

Aaaah, so jealous that I did not think of this! It was pretty funny though...I am a pretty uptight person when it comes to the whole shunga-thing (I am who I am :eek: ) and I surprised myself by almost immediately thinking "Dick-frog for the win".

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You'll end up getting Jackson Pollock rainbow Brite bukake back piece @BrianH. Forcing you to get a backectomy

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It's really a tough choice. I'd have to go with shunga though, because given normal circumstances I will never be able to land an appointment with H3, so I'd take anything from him if he offered it. Plus most people would only catch it in glancing and be like "Wait what was that on that guy's neck, a squidgina? Nah it couldn't have been."

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