Last week, a Norwegian teen named Stian Ytterdah got a McDonald's receipt tattooed on his arm and became Internet famous for his bad decision (the tattoo, not the fact that he paid $6 for a cheeseburger from Mickey D's. "Some of my mates thought I had been a bit too active on the ladies front recently and wanted to punish me," Stian explained to Norway's Romerikes Blad. "They said I had to tattoo a Barbie doll on my bum, or the receipt on my arm."
We would argue that at least he could hide the Barbie tat, but nothing about this seems very thought out. So, why bother? He continued, "Now I'm a living billboard, but I think it's all just fun...Maybe it won't be as fun when I'm 50 or 60 years old, but that's my choice."
A week later, he tattooed the receipt from that first tattoo on his other arm. Sabel Ink Tattoo Parlor suggested it when he got the McDonald's tattoo done and Stian agreed. He posted the picture on his Facebook with the caption "#yolo."
Apparently his parents weren't a fan of the first tattoo, E reported that Stian's father told him, "Do you think you are coming home with that? Your mother has had a break down!". We can't imagine they'll be fans of this one either.
Now, online commenters are asking if Stian will get the receipt for his second tattoo tattooed on his leg. Meanwhile, McDonald's Norway has weighed in, calling Stian a "loyal customer."
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