I know this guy. He lost his hand in a trash compactor. Instead of getting a prosthetic, they used his foot in place of his hand. He got that tattoo because people kept asking him if it was a hand or a foot. He considers it his hand.
@bloke… It’s true. He lives in my town. He says he has a plastic phobia so he didn’t want a prosthetic, and he could not stand the thought of receiving a dead person’s hand. He said “I don’t know where those used hands have been!”
@McTurd, bloke isn’t a troll, he’s just stating his opinion. Leave him be.
yes, jack, at you. you may know a guy like that, but chances are pretty f*cking slim that this foot with a leg attached is him. where’s the surgery scar? as i said, TROLL. what possible reason could you have for lying? if we believed you, somehow that’d make you cool for a couple minutes?
as for your e-thuggery… lol, keep going…. what else would you do if you could find me out of the billions on the planet?
@mayor mcturd- i think he was suggesting that he uses his feet, NOT that is foot was taken off and reattached to his arm. ive seen ppl w/o arms who (while sitting back and lifting their feet off the ground) could write and do other stuff. try looking it up before making silly comments
Maybe this guy is a fan of surrealist art, and his tat is in the same vein as French artist Rene Magritte’s famous painting “This Is Not A Pipe”.
For those who don’t know this picture, it’s a painting of a large tobacco-smoking pipe (think Sherlock Holmes), with the words (in French) “This is not a pipe” painted across the bottom.
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