check this out for a mark of rememberance

Say what you will, that had to hurt! And he is raising money for Help for Heroes.

What puzzles me is this:

"The first name was etched on his body just as the traditional Armistice Day two-minute silence began"

Now I have a few tats and, apart from being painful, it is also a noisy process. So why start at the start of the 2 minute silence and not at the end of it?
What the clown said.

It'a a shameless display of "Oh look at me." and he ought to be scrubbed with Vim and a bass broom till it all comes off.
Blokeonabike said:
So why start at the start of the 2 minute silence and not at the end of it?
Because the quote "The process started at about 10 past 11" is nowhere near as stirring, patriotic, and helpful to paper sales as "The process was started on the stroke of the eleventh hour. A silence fell upon the country broken only by some fat blerk grunting as he was chav-tagged all over his body"
What a fcuking winner. Left the TA in 1996 when it was still a Dad's Army outfit, never served in Afghan, and probably didn't know a single one of the blokes killed. I can spot at least six who would be anything but chuffed, and their names are spelt right!
FiveAlpha said:
scuba_frog said:
Bit hard to check them on your own back, surely?
So he wouldn't have given a list of them to the tattoist? I bet his fcuking email to the media saying 'Ooh look at me!' was checked beforehand.

If this windowlicker had any honour whatsoecver, any committment at all, he would have had them tattooed on his face. The fukcing lightweight.
Shaun, I appreciate what you're doing. I'm positive that the families of the fallen will appreciate it and I know that any of the soldiers listed on your back would join you in a toast to freedom and liberty.

Any of these naysayers who would criticize you have obviously not been at arms for their country, nor would they appreciate the level of camraderie and respect soldiers, sailors and even airmen have for one another.
- Terry - US Navy, Maryland, USA
From the comments section. Septics... :roll:
AlabamaHotPocketer said:
I'm uneasy at seeing people from my capbadge tattooed on some jellyheads body. Raising money for charity doesn't mean that you have to tell everyone that'll listen.
Wouldn't mind so much if he'd ever fcuking met them.
I know at least one of the names on his back would happily riverdance on his head, call him a 'Fcuking STAB loser' before queening him, all his mates, family and any innocent bystanders. He'd also use any loose change, jewellery and valuables, spilled as a result of the fracas to buy more tabs and an end of the night snack with.

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