A tattoo shop in Dallas is offering a solution to customers who don’t want to agonize over what design to get inked — random tattoos from a vending machine.
At Elm Street Tattoo, ink-seekers put a coin into a vending machine, turn the knob and get a plastic bulb with a tattoo design inside. Whatever the design is, that’s the tattoo you get. And it only costs $100.
Boogie also said customers are getting a bargain.
“All of these tattoos I would price out between $160 and $180 … maybe $250,” he added.
But if the design that comes out is not to one’s liking, they can get another spin at the machine for an extra $20.