This Is What It’s Like to Have a Cool Electrician Tattoo

Posted August 24, 2018 06:27:17The man who won a Guinness World Record for being the first electrician to perform the “world’s first” electric-powered CPR on a person in 2014 was the first person ever to get an electric tattoo on his arm.

The tattoo on the right forearm of electrician Tyler “DT” Travis has a photo of his dad, who is also the man who performed the feat.

Travis, who has also been featured in the Guinness World Records for the world’s longest underwater balloon ride and a record for the largest body of water in North America, had the tattoo done by tattoo artist Durham tattoo artist Emily Wicks.

The two met when Travis was a high school student in New Jersey.

“I was just like, ‘You’re the coolest dude I’ve ever met,'” Travis said.

“He’s like, “You have the coolest tattoo.

I’m so proud of you.

He’s got his tattoo and I have my tattoo,” said Wicks, who added that Travis also gets a lot of compliments. “

We’ve always been interested in using technology for our work,” she said.

“He’s got his tattoo and I have my tattoo,” said Wicks, who added that Travis also gets a lot of compliments.

“It’s very touching.

It’s very personal.”

The tattoo was done in Durham, a small town about 100 miles south of San Jose, California.

The tattoo artist, who lives in a tiny house with only a kitchen sink, has a small tattoo of a cartoon turtle on the left forearm.

It depicts a turtle with a mouth, with a “DT-ed” text on top of the turtle.

She also has a picture of Travis and a cartoon version of the man he once worked for.

“DT was always the coolest guy,” Wicks said.

She added that he’s also a big supporter of the arts.

“That’s what I like to do.

It brings a smile to my face.”

Winks said she got the idea for the tattoo when Travis showed up at her tattoo shop, El Rey Tattoo Studio, with the world record for being first to do a CPR on someone with a head injury.

She said she wanted to use technology to get a “cool” tattoo.

“For me, it was just kind of a chance to show him that I had a great tattoo,” she added.

“The tattoo’s kind of an artistic expression of that.”

Wacks said Travis was also very involved in the electric industry.

“When he was in school he was very involved with the electric-vehicle industry.

He used to work for General Motors,” she explained.

“His dad is also an electrician.”

In the end, Travis won the record for doing the first CPR on an underwater balloon.

“This was definitely a really cool experience,” he said.

Wicks said she hopes to create more custom tattoos that are inspired by the tattoo.

She’s planning to create an electric-pump tattoo for Travis.