For $100, a vending machine will determine your gnarly new permanent tattoo

SEABROOK, NH - JANUARY 29: Bob Holmes, owner of the Clay Dragon Tattoo shop tattoos a portrait of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on the arm of Seth Bailey at his shop on January 29, 2016 in Seabrook, New Hampshire. Holmes is giving free Donald Trump tattoos to clients at his shop and has already booked over 30 appointments for the next two weeks. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

Inside a former candy machine at Dallas’ Elm Street Tattoo Parlor is a deal and a gamble: For $100, you can get any tattoo you want. As long as it’s inside the machine — and chosen at random.

The parlor’s “Get What You Get” machine comes with a promise that it’s all good stuff: “All Classic. All Cool. You don’t have to be smart to get a good tattoo.”

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That’s backed up by the artists at Elm Street, one of whom told the Dallas Observer that they were “all good ones” like “old-school snakes, devil heads.” They’re a bargain, too. The same tattooer says he’d charge “between $160 and $180 … maybe $250” if they were plain ol’ walk-ins.

Maybe the riskiest part is the refund policy, according to The Berry. The refund policy is that there are no refunds — no one will force a tattoo on you, but they also won’t refund your money.

However, for $20 more, you may spin again. It’s another $40 to spin a third time. After that? Well, maybe you’re not ready yet.

 

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