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Man who spent over R1 million on tattoos says bum was ‘sensitive’ [photos]

The South African logo The South African 2022/01/18 Naledi de Wee
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Getting a tattoo is an intricate and exciting process. One tattoo can take up to six hours long and it seems one man has the time. A chef from Canada named Remy Schofield has inked almost his entire body and shared some details about the most sensitive areas to get a tattoo…

THE MAN WITH ALL THE INK

Speaking to the Daily Star, Remy shared that got his first tattoo in 2009 and has since spent a fortune on inking the rest of his body. The tattoo was of his son’s name. 

There are however a few parts of his body Remy has not covered in ink, like parts of his face, ears, soles of his feet and parts of his palm. 

“Since I started getting tattooed I’ve spent somewhere around 120 000 to 130 000 Canadian dollars,” (R1.4 million to R1.6 million).

“But including piercings, I’m well over 150 000 Canadian dollars (R1.8 million). 

THE MOST SENSITIVE PLACES TO GET INKED 

The 33-year-old has tattoos all over most of his body including his hands, chest, legs, stomach and his head. Remy did admit that there were a few places that were sensitive. 

“Maybe the inside of the bum, or the deeper regions of the inner thighs, those areas are fairly sensitive.”

TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF REMY’S INK 

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SOME TATTOO ADVICE 

Remy mentioned that he has never received any bad comments from any of his family members about his tattoos.

“When I receive hate online I either ignore it or wish the hater/troll well, as I’m big enough to realise what’s upset them isn’t me.”

Sharing some advice about tattoos, Remy said one should not be in a rush to get their tattoo. 

“If you do this as a marathon rather than a sprint you’ll have a lot better time and make better memories.”

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