Pins and Needles tattoo
titosgurl

Sanford, ME

#1 Aug 28, 2012
oh my, is all I can say. A girlfriend and I went into Pins and needles tattoo on a whim to get tattooed. The operator, Stefan, wanted to talk bad about all the other shops in the area. It made me feel very uncomfortable when he told me that they take "other" forms of payment as he looked my friend and I up and down. I was literally mortified, and couldn't slam the cash on the table and get out of there fast enough. Needless to say, that did not go over well with my boyfriend. If the place wasn't so seedy and full of hoodlums, I would have let him confront that dirtbag, Stefan! Steer clear if your a young woman, unless you like that kind of thing I suppose.
Cake_it

Bronx, NY

#2 Sep 2, 2012
well one that shop is very professional and many people choose that shop over others because of that reason.. This story you came up with is false because because customers know first hand people at pins and needles take the payment before you get tattooed or pierced and everything is clean and healthy.. 2 your at a tattoo shop think about it hubby your not going to hear the best things .. Don't flatter yourself and make them about you..
Next is seeds and hoodlums who are you to judge people? If that's how you live your life that's to bad we are in a new day and everyone looks different ...!!!!
Yea !
titosgurl wrote:
oh my, is all I can say. A girlfriend and I went into Pins and needles tattoo on a whim to get tattooed. The operator, Stefan, wanted to talk bad about all the other shops in the area. It made me feel very uncomfortable when he told me that they take "other" forms of payment as he looked my friend and I up and down. I was literally mortified, and couldn't slam the cash on the table and get out of there fast enough. Needless to say, that did not go over well with my boyfriend. If the place wasn't so seedy and full of hoodlums, I would have let him confront that dirtbag, Stefan! Steer clear if your a young woman, unless you like that kind of thing I suppose.
titosgurl

Sanford, ME

#3 Sep 5, 2012
I saw nothing professional about that shop. Although they may look "clean" on the outside, inside they are all dirty boys. Felt as though I was walking into a gang clubhouse! If my friend wasnt so hell bent on having her tattoo I woulda left. UNPROFESSIONAL to bad mouth other places of business. UNPROFESSIONAL to offer "other" forms of payment! That is for real. Sounds as though U may work for Pins N needles, so if thats the CASE, When is someone gonna take a stand and create a new "stereotype" for the tattoo business? Seedy and full of hoodlums is what tattoo shops have always been, so that is okay? what about the decent people in the world who may want to experience a tattoo in a comfortable, professional atmmosphere? I'm the one with the problem? Time to rethink that CAKE THIS!

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