Fineline Tattoo Has an ‘All Hallow’s Eve Tattoo Party’ with $31 Tatts Today

Posted on: October 31st, 2014 at 10:07 am by
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For the year’s on the turn, and it’s All Souls’ night,
When the dead can yearn and the dead can smite. -Edith Wharton

What frightens you on All Hallow’s Eve night? Clowns? Ghosts? Zombies?

How about needles?

Good, today is your chance to be scared at Fineline Tattoo (21 1st Avenue).

Samhain, All Souls’ Night, All Hallow’s Eve, Halloween – the one night when the veil between worlds vanishes and the dead can walk amongst the living. That’s why we wear costumes, after all; to hide ourselves (the living) from the dead.

Once again, there will be flash to choose from (31 choices to be exact) which can be permanently etched on you: legs and arms only. No exceptions.

Here’s a preview:

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First come, first served. Wear a costume, get something spooky that will last forever. Then you can tell your mom you were drunk when it happened, partying with the Fineline fam and Boogie.

Besides, fake haunted houses are so passé.

BOO!

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