Britain has responded to the Manchester bombing that left 22 or more dead by putting muh feelz first.
One of the ink artists quoted for this story even admits that people want to FEEL like they are “contributing to a peaceful solution.”
Britain’s feelz are emotional garbabe–totally worthless.
You want a good feeling, Mr. and Mrs. White Britain?
Go beat up and threaten a Muslim. Tell the cockroach that either he goes back to his sand dune or he dies.
That action would legitimize muh feelz.
Getting a tattoo shows you’re brain dead.
Huge queues formed at tattoo parlours across Greater Manchester this week, as people swarmed to get bee tattoos in a gesture of defiance following the Manchester bombing.
Tattoo artists announced the appeal shortly after the suicide bomber attack in Manchester on Monday May 22, which left 22 people dead and a further 120 injured.
Artists are offering tattoos of a bee – an icon which has become a symbol of Manchester – with all of the profits going towards the victims and families of the bombing.
Alchemy Tattoo Studio in Wigan was one of the first parlours to offer the service, and the response was overwhelming, says artist James Davis.
“I had the first one on Tuesday morning and within the hour people were out the door queueing,” he said.
“We’ve even had people that were at the arena on the night,” Davis added.
“Some of the people that was at the arena said they were at home and they saw the social media about [the Manchester tattoo appeal] …they came down to this and they said it was good for them to do it.”
“We’ve got the shops across the road supplying drink for them, bars are coming over with ice, we’ve got a busker at the moment who is playing and donating everything to us.”
Alchemy Tattoo Studio launched the appeal asking for donations of £22: £1 for each of the people who died at the attack.
“The first person that came gave us £60, the person after that £100,” Davis recalled. “It’s just amazing what people are doing.”
“It’s really reassuring, the way the public get together. It’s such a good atmosphere that needed to happen after something so tragic.”
Today is the last day that Alchemy Tattoo Studio are offering the service, but plenty of other parlours are yet to start.
Chorlton-based tattoo parlour Sacred Art will be opening its doors at 10am this Sunday, asking for donations of £50 towards the cause.
“I think people just don’t know what to do, and they want to do something,” said Sacred Art manager Vent Brewer. “They want to give, but they don’t know where to give, and they don’t know who to give to.”
“The bee and getting this tattoo will make people feel as though they’re making a contribution towards a peaceful resolution,” he added.