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We're Doomed: Love Psychic Claims Butthole Tattoos Are the Next "Big Thing" (NSFW)

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A few of our ink-loving friends at sister paper New Times Broward-Palm Beach checked out the 17th Annual South Florida Tattoo Expo over the weekend and discovered an interesting trend -- butthole tattoos.

The subject of their video -- totally NSFW and after the jump -- is a 22-year-old who chose to feature her boyfriend(s) name(s) and says the experience feels "really, really good."

The Broward team also ran into famous love psychic Jill Dahne, who's confident the inked chocolate starfish is "the next big thing."

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While styling and size will predictably vary on personal taste (or lack thereof), other butthole tattoos have already surfaced including a special message for a significant other -- complete with piercing -- and a shark-themed butthole tattoo that's likely to top the charts of any Shark Week-themed celebration.

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