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screwed, blued, and tattooed

1. rude slang Cheated or swindled; unfairly deprived or taken advantage of. Likely of naval origin. I always bring my dad with me when I go to get my car repaired, because I'm always nervous I'll end up getting screwed, blued, and tattooed. We should have won that game, but we were really screwed, blued, and tattooed by the ref.
2. rude slang Having no chance of success or recovery; in a hopeless or unsalvageable position or situation. Man, we are totally screwed, blued, and tattooed if we can't get this prototype working before the big presentation. After yet another flop on the market, the tech company is seeming pretty screwed, blued, and tattooed at this point.
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blued, screwed, and tattooed

1. rude slang Cheated or swindled; unfairly deprived or taken advantage of. Likely of naval origin. I always bring my dad with me when I go to get my car repaired, because I'm always nervous I'll end up getting blued, screwed, and tattooed. We should have won that game, but we were really blued, screwed, and tattooed by the ref.
2. rude slang Having no chance of success or recovery; in a hopeless or unsalvageable position or situation. Man, we are totally blued, screwed, and tattooed if we can't get this prototype working before the big presentation. After yet another flop on the market, the tech company is seeming pretty blued, screwed, and tattooed at this point.
3. vulgar slang Of navy sailors on shore leave, having had sexual intercourse with someone, with a tattoo to commemorate one's naval experience. My old navy buddies always joked that the only thing we wanted to do when we got to shore was get blued, screwed, and tattooed.
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stewed, screwed, and tattooed

vulgar slang Of navy sailors on shore leave, having gotten drunk ("stewed"), had sexual intercourse with someone ("screwed"), and received a tattoo to commemorate the experience. My old navy buddies always joked that the only thing we wanted to do when we got to shore was get stewed, screwed, and tattooed.
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screwed, blued, and tattooed

 
1. Sl. taken advantage of I got a bad deal. I got screwed, blued, and tattooed. When John bought his wreck of a car, he got screwed, blued, and tattooed.
2. Sl. intoxicated. Who wants to go out and get screwed, blued, and tattooed? All four of them went out and got screwed, blued, and tattooed.
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screwed, blued, and tattooed

(ˈskrud ˈblud æn tæˈtud)
1. mod. badly mistreated; badly screwed. When John bought his wreck of a car, he got screwed, blued, and tattooed.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. Who wants to go out and get screwed, blued, and tattooed?
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1 GO TO A REPUTABLE TATTOO ARTIST "THE problem with a lot of tattooists is that they just want your money, so when you come in and ask for a pocket watch they'll put it on you and kick you out the door quick," Kevin warns.
"I'd met a tattooist when I was out and about and we got talking about art," Bex said.
A dedicated 'Just Giving' page was set up by Manchester tattooists in response to the terror attack, with the aim of raising 50,000 euros.
Besides, our study suggests that the repeated flexing of the fingers and wrist added to the prolonged use of the vibrating tattoo machine gun is associated with carpal tunnel syndrome/tingling sensations of the fingers among tattooist. In order to detect the maximum of patients with possible carpal tunnel syndrome symptoms, we asked the tattooists whether they had or had not "carpal tunnel syndrome/tingling sensation of the fingers." Therefore we may have overestimated the number of cases with positive responses non-related to carpal nerve compression.
In addition the tattooist faces fines of up to PS5,000 for failing to register with the city council.
Looking to offer a better, healthier environment for such procedures, Olsen subsequently went to Baton Rouge, La., putting in approximately 70 hours of work and performing more than 100 procedures to earn her medical tattooist credentials.
When he goes under the tattooist's needle, he will be watched by his daughter Jodie, 26, and grandson Junior, two.
Persons considering a tattoo should be aware of the potential for CA-MRSA infection and should only use the services of a licensed tattooist who follows proper infection-control procedures.
The quick and rhythmic blows of the mallet are heard from the house where seventeen-year-old Peti lies stretched on the floor in front of the tattooist. Time after time the mallet lands on the tattooing comb, and line after line is methodically etched into the girl's thigh.
In a burst of bravado Jennifer stepped into a New York City tattoo parlor, where a tattooist pumped needles into her skin up to 3,000 times per minute.
Rooms without wash basins, and about 60 used needles scattered in an alleyway of a home whereillegal Middlesbrough tattooist Tony Learmountinked his clients.
Such was the shame felt by Lale Sokolov, a Jewish prisoner who became the tattooist of Auschwitz under the terrifying watch of the Angel of Death himself, Josef Mengele.
Scottish tattooist Zoe Dickson said she was "buzzing" after winning first prize in the traditional category.
HEA yes co Vl hi D ta tribut He had DJ Stan, 52, turned to a tattooist to conceal his tribute to the Jambos' owner.