mr_biggerstaff

Smyrna, TN

#21 Oct 25, 2010
i have seen the sign at the road but who knows the hours that is open? always wanted to stop but with it being at a residence you never know if it is open or not?
Thom

Nashville, TN

#22 Oct 25, 2010
I've never gotten ink done there, but I've been to the shop and it really is very clean and his art is great. Personally I just prefer the atmosphere at Craven Ink, and Jerzey doesn't disappoint. BUT, I know people who have had work done at Outhouse and it looks great, I would recommend him, just by reputation. I don't know the hours, but I am pretty sure it's just one guy's side business or something, so you might want to just drive by or find a number.
seriously

Johnson City, TN

#23 Oct 25, 2010
Not to say it's not a great place, I'm sure by the sound of the reviews, it's fine. But honestly,'OUTHOUSE Tattoo'? Who in their right mind would think that is a good name for a shop? Sounds disgusting! Again, I'm sure it's just the opposite, but not the first impression I'd want for something as clinical as getting a tat!
Upper Crust

Knoxville, TN

#24 Oct 25, 2010
seriously wrote:
Not to say it's not a great place, I'm sure by the sound of the reviews, it's fine. But honestly,'OUTHOUSE Tattoo'? Who in their right mind would think that is a good name for a shop? Sounds disgusting! Again, I'm sure it's just the opposite, but not the first impression I'd want for something as clinical as getting a tat!
I would assume that it is the lower class of society who partake of this primitive form of dressing up their body parts with "so called" art. I seriously doubt that they are taken aback at the business name. They probably find it comforting in that it reminds them of home.
Thom

Nashville, TN

#25 Oct 25, 2010
Upper Crust wrote:
<quoted text>I would assume that it is the lower class of society who partake of this primitive form of dressing up their body parts with "so called" art. I seriously doubt that they are taken aback at the business name. They probably find it comforting in that it reminds them of home.
And I would assume that only someone with a narcissistic attitude and misguided God complex would attack people for a purely personal decision. Now if you truly are the "Upper Crust" of society, I would suggest you return to your benefit luncheons and country club golf games before a member of "the lower class of society" demonstrates their own upper level vocabulary and presents a condescending attitude of their own. Mmk, Pumpkin?:)

Oh, and I think he calls it "Outhouse Tattoo" because his shop is literally right outside his house lol.
Upper Crust

Knoxville, TN

#26 Oct 25, 2010
Thom wrote:
<quoted text>
And I would assume that only someone with a narcissistic attitude and misguided God complex would attack people for a purely personal decision. Now if you truly are the "Upper Crust" of society, I would suggest you return to your benefit luncheons and country club golf games before a member of "the lower class of society" demonstrates their own upper level vocabulary and presents a condescending attitude of their own. Mmk, Pumpkin?:)
Oh, and I think he calls it "Outhouse Tattoo" because his shop is literally right outside his house lol.
And I would assume that his "home" is on wheels. He should be careful ...if he moves his home , it may get run over by one of the many trains passing by.
JACOB

Johnson City, TN

#27 Oct 25, 2010
does anyone have the number to up there id like to check them out
Thom

Nashville, TN

#28 Oct 25, 2010
I don't know the number, or even the name of the road, but when I went the shop was down the road between the Co-Op and the warehouse there, so ya might just wanna drive by unless someone else knows the number.
Dave

United States

#29 Oct 25, 2010
I have know paul since we were like 10 or so! Damn crs iz gettin to me! I've known brandon at the "other place" 4 bout 20 yrs! Craven done a piece on my back & it could b a lot better! Paul done my cover up and its top shelf! I would recommend Outhouse 2 anyone! It still looks great Paul! Thanx brother!
Daisy

Kingsport, TN

#30 Oct 27, 2010
Upper Crust wrote:
<quoted text>And I would assume that his "home" is on wheels. He should be careful ...if he moves his home , it may get run over by one of the many trains passing by.
Wow, you are the epitome of pretentious jerks. Just because someone might have tattoos does not mean that they are poor, redneck, trashy or unintelligent...all of which you implied. Shame on you..you're just a pathetic lonely person who makes themselves feel better by being a pontifical prick.
Upper Crust

Knoxville, TN

#31 Oct 27, 2010
Daisy wrote:
<quoted text>
Wow, you are the epitome of pretentious jerks. Just because someone might have tattoos does not mean that they are poor, redneck, trashy or unintelligent...all of which you implied. Shame on you..you're just a pathetic lonely person who makes themselves feel better by being a pontifical prick.
My, my.....it seems that I have struck a nerve. Take a BC powder and calm down. Are you Daisy Duke, perhaps? How very quaint.
BetterThanYou

United States

#32 Oct 28, 2010
Upper Crust wrote:
<quoted text>And I would assume that his "home" is on wheels. He should be careful ...if he moves his home , it may get run over by one of the many trains passing by.
Hey uuummm wasn't one of the main words in this thread "tattoo"? If you don't like them then why did you even comment on here? To try to act like you're better than everyone else because "oh me oh my I would never have my skin marked on". Look fuck**, we people who get ink do it cause we like it, not to try to get approval from people like you. I'll leave you with this, the only difference between people who are tattooed and the ones that aren't is that tattooed people are way more cool and can kick your a**. Yeah, so piss off.
Upper Crust

Knoxville, TN

#33 Oct 28, 2010
Perhaps you "cool" people can get together and determine how to fill out your disability claims and decide where to best procure your oxycontin.
BetterThanYou

United States

#35 Oct 28, 2010
Upper Crust wrote:
Perhaps you "cool" people can get together and determine how to fill out your disability claims and decide where to best procure your oxycontin.
What the hell are you talking about retard? Where did the disability thing come from? You running out of shi* to bitc* about? Lol I have a full time job and work about 60 hrs a week. I'm a healthy 24 year old and don't see disability in my near future, or oxycontin. God, you sound so educated. Next time you think you got someone pegged why don't you just find a knife and run into it.
Upper Crust

Knoxville, TN

#36 Oct 28, 2010
BetterThanYou wrote:
<quoted text>What the hell are you talking about retard? Where did the disability thing come from? You running out of shi* to bitc* about? Lol I have a full time job and work about 60 hrs a week. I'm a healthy 24 year old and don't see disability in my near future, or oxycontin. God, you sound so educated. Next time you think you got someone pegged why don't you just find a knife and run into it.
By suggesting violence, I think that you have shown that you have rather rudimentary coping skills. Perhaps you should take some of your substantial overtime pay and enroll in anger management classes, instead of purchasing more "paintings" to adorn your personal canvas.
gurl

Franklin, TN

#37 Oct 28, 2010
I get a tattoo there every birthday and i know for a fact he is very clean and he does great work for a good price
Big Show

Peninsula, OH

#38 Oct 28, 2010
Proud of you tat lovers. Put upper crust in his place. The Outhouse is a very clean and ligit place to get a tat. For a good price. Just go check him out for yourself. There is more than one place to get a tat in Greeneville
BetterThanYou

United States

#39 Oct 28, 2010
Upper Crust wrote:
<quoted text>By suggesting violence, I think that you have shown that you have rather rudimentary coping skills. Perhaps you should take some of your substantial overtime pay and enroll in anger management classes, instead of purchasing more "paintings" to adorn your personal canvas.
My anger management is punching tards like you in the face.
tat lover

United States

#40 Sep 3, 2011
He has done all 5 of my tattoos and they all turned out amazing and none of them were expensive. ive beeen going to him since my first and will keep going there til my last
vvvvvvhh

United States

#41 Sep 4, 2011
I had one done there two years ago and I would go back..he isn't that expensive and he is good

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