Tattooing a Bannana

@Jackalyn (6654)
Oxford, England
August 1, 2017 1:01am CST
Yesterday, my daughter, Jess told me that she is tattooing bannanas for my.Grandson's birthday party. Has anyone here ever tattooed food? Would you? Apparently this is really a thing people do. What do you think?
For those who can't stop playing with their food, here's how to turn a banana into a green, fleeting work of art.
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1 Aug 17
It sounds quite good fun! It's definitely a talking point.
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@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
1 Aug 17
Yes. I guess at a party it would break the ice with adults.
@gilggg (2668)
• Israel
1 Aug 17
I think it's a nice and beautiful hobby for anyone who is dealing with it, I personally prefer it than tattooing in the body...
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@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
1 Aug 17
Yes. I guess so I was never much fond of body tattoos.
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@Shavkat (63609)
• Philippines
1 Aug 17
I never saw one. Is it like a Henna tattoo?
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@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
1 Aug 17
I think thete are various ways. Jess just used a temporary tattoo
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@Shavkat (63609)
• Philippines
3 Aug 17
@Inlemay (16681)
• South Africa
1 Aug 17
not me
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@Jackalyn (6654)
• Oxford, England
1 Aug 17
It seems a lot of work. Apparrently, this is an art form.
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@Nawsheen (23067)
• Mauritius
1 Aug 17
I don't really know much about tattooing fruits. My cousin makes arts out of fruits and this is simply amazing
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@toniganzon (51751)
• Philippines
1 Aug 17
It's very creative and it's the first time i've heard of it.
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@Yadah04 (3014)
• Philippines
3 Aug 17
Interesting, i never really heard about it until now. What can i say, people are just so creative.
@JudyEv (126340)
• Bunbury, Australia
3 Aug 17
We do this thing with a needle and thread where we cut the banana with the thread and when the banana is peeled it is already sliced. It really intrigues children.