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"Now I'm a living billboard," Ytterdahl told the newspaper Romereskes Blad, "But I think all this is just fun. Maybe it won't be as fun when I'm 50 or 60 years, but it's my choice."

This strange tattoo decision made me think: what would make me want to get a "billboard" tattoo? It sure would not be my friends. My friends my suggest something like this but I would tell them exactly where they could go.

I did think of something though. First of all, I am a big sports fan, so I would get a Chiefs tattoo in return for free season tickets for life. Even if it was up in the nose bleed section. The only place I would not let them tattoo are my face, neck, hands, or extra sensitive areas.

So I am asking, would you get a branded tattoo on your forearm if it came with cool perks? What would it take to make you get a brand's tattoo?