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Jill Dahne, Love Psychic, Predicts New Anus Tattoo Trend (Video NSFW)

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The 17th-annual South Florida Tattoo Expo was held at the Marriott Hotel, Golf Club & Convention Center at Heron Bay in Coral Springs over the weekend. The event featured hot music, hot cars, burlesque shows, and plenty of ink.

Our video staff (led by our County Grind music blog editor, Liz Tracy) hit the expo and discovered the latest tattoo trend that is about to take the nation by storm: getting your asshole tatted up. (NSFW vid after the jump):

The expo is one of two major events the group holds annually with proceeds going to the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital (the group has raised enough cash over the years that there's a wing in its name in the hospital).

As you can see in the video, expo celebrity psychic Jill Dahne claims through her sooth-saying powers that the asshole tat is going to be the next big thing.

So you may want to get a jump on it and get on this trend before all your friends do. So you can be all, "I got an asshole tattoo before it was cool, bro."

And, according to the girl getting her own tattoo in the video, having a needle jabbing your rectum over and over again feels REALLY, REALLY GOOD!

Of course, as it is with every trend, this thing will likely die down in a few years when soccer moms start getting little Jimmy's name inked on their own assholes. But that's just the way things roll in America: A hot trend gets wrecked by oversaturation.

There are always a bunch of assholes who have to ruin it for the rest of us.



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