A former forklift operator turned social media influencer has gone viral after using Instagram to document his gradual plan to turn his entire body blue.


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I took this before the latest round of tattooing on my face, so I'll put it up here as the 'before' picture. If you can believe, it looks even worse in some lighting. I'll post another picture to show the progress after my face has completely healed. You can see that my nose and forehead in particular are very splotchy, so those are the spots I focused on. It's certainly looking a little better, but it still needs a lot of work! Also, I've been furiously working on making a large batch of earrings over the past week - hopefully I'll be ready to post them by next week! :D 💙 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #facetattoos #inkedboys #bodysuittattoo #handtattoo #sleevetattoo #piercings #inkboy #inkboys #faceink #tattooedguy #bodymods #tattoolife #inkedlife #tattooideas #menwithtattoos #inkedup #tattoolove #transformation #heavyblackwork #blackwork #radtattoos #extremetattoo #menwithink #blackouttattoo #guyswithtattoos #bodymod #bodymodification #facetattoo #headtattoo #necktattoo

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Donnie Snider, 26, says he's "living life in strange-mode." He was first introduced to body art after he had his sister tattoo tattoo his foot and part of his leg turquoise in 2017.

Donnie lives in a "clapped-out transit bus" and makes his living now selling earrings. He said he gets questions from strangers online and in person all the time.

Questions from strangers about my genitals have increased by 10,000 per cent.

He says he had confidence issues before the tattooing began, and he started to shut himself off to the world. "Over several years I had been isolating myself, and making efforts to tone down my less-than-pragmatic impulses, out of fear and lack of confidence – and I was extremely miserable."


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Donnie says his friends just ignored it, but they don't notice it now. His mom was annoyed with him at first over the idea, but now has accepted the blue as the new normal.

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