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Shocking: Mother gives baby a tattoo.

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Listening to that kid scream was brutal.

http://www.shabooty.com/2013/01/29/real-or-fake-mother-giving-her-baby-boy-a-tattoo-shock-video.php

or did she?

poo looks real...

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saw the screen cap but cant bring myself to push play..

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I watched for 20sec... So glad I dont have speakers hooked up right now....

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http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/31/mother-tattoo-son_n_2591132.html

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Guns are a problem in Merica. Get it?

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