humanbeingnothumandoing asked:

In response to the tipping question - I live in America and when I went to get my tattoo I didn't tip. I am extremely satisfied with the work, but saving up for the tattoo took months and I didn't have money left over to be able to tip. I think most artists understand that their work can be expensive for people with smaller budgets and don't expect a tip, but are grateful when they get one. It would all depend on your budget and how satisfied you are with the piece, in my opinion

fytattoossucks:

that’s kind of shitty imo.  if you’re saving up for months to afford the tattoo, then it shouldn’t hurt to add a tip.  if you can’t afford the tattoo + tip, don’t get it.  the artists need to make a living too
you should always bring more money than you expect the tattoo to cost

dennys:

You’re aboard the SS Denny’s Condiment Transport ship, model 945b. Sleek glass finish, tomato-fuel-fed rocket engine…Nothing new and shiny, but she’s all yours.
Your mission is clear. Deliver 40 tons of condiments—ketchup, mustard, mayo—to the 4th planet in sector 7d, a trip you’re all too familiar with. But something feels different this time. This time, space is quiet. Almost too quiet…

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dennys:

You’re aboard the SS Denny’s Condiment Transport ship, model 945b. Sleek glass finish, tomato-fuel-fed rocket engine…Nothing new and shiny, but she’s all yours.

Your mission is clear. Deliver 40 tons of condiments—ketchup, mustard, mayo—to the 4th planet in sector 7d, a trip you’re all too familiar with. But something feels different this time. This time, space is quiet. Almost too quiet

Asteroids®©1979 Atari Interactive, Inc. ©2014  Atari and the Atari logo are registered trademarks of Atari Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved. 

Reblogged from dennys