Possibly the most painful way of remembering I can imagine!!

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  1. Bloke get EVERY single name of those killed in Afghanistan todate, tattooed on his back.

    First name was inked at 1100 today, four hours to complete.

    Tattoo of Rememberence

    He also plans to update the names every 11th November.

    (And yes it is the Daily Mail, Daily Hate, etc, etc.....)
  2. Apart from him who'd have thought of that,? but fair play to the guy.
  3. I wonder how many spelling mistakes there are?
  4. Good shot Sir! :wink:
  5. Nice effort, I just hope he doesnt run out of space before the lads are pulled out for good.
  6. What a cunt, I bet he posts on here.
  7. Porridge_gun

    Porridge_gun LE Good Egg (charities)

    How nice for the families to see their loved ones names etched on this daft cnuts torso.......

    Cheap and tacky
  8. 'The family thought I was mad to begin with...'

    And they're not the only ones.
  9. posts on here?
    he's probably a fucking mod

    on the beeb now
    beeb linky
    absolute fruitloop, but raised some cash
    whats wrong with sitting in a bath of baked beans though?
  10. Poof. Did the yanks not lose men too?
  11. Yeah you can see the flaw in his idealistic gesture
  12. The bloke needs to let go really, doesn't he? If he was still serving, and he did this to honour lads from his regiment or something then yeah, maybe a good idea. But for fecks sake, he left nearly 14 years ago...
  13. Sad cnut!
  14. He'd have been fcuked in July 1916.
  15. What an idiot, if he wanted to do something practical to remember then he should have taken up masonary and created a nice bit of stonework in his garden that he could look at every day and create a piece of artwork to be proud of. The amount of pain he would suffer from hammer and chisel injuries would be more than a tattoo, if its pain he wants. It's not like he can even see his own back day to day. I don't think its a particularly tasteful and dignified tribute