What is wrong with people? Self esteem has gone completely out of the window!

This is the most pathetic, narcissistic behavior I believe I have ever seen. The extreme people will go to just to be noticed.  This aspiring model got 24 tattoos on his face (and a tattoo of fake chest hair!) to make himself stand out. Scripture, tell us in these last and evil days, people will become lovers of themselves. 

Narcissistic: vain, self-loving, self-admiring, self-absorbed, self-obsessed, conceited, self-centered, self-regarding, egotistic, egotistical, egoistic,  full of oneself.


  1. Why do people do things to be noticed??.......you'd be better blessing him in the name of Jesus rather than the above finger-pointing

    1. Ok, here we go again, with the dont judge bull, read scripture "Judge rightly" thats the problem now at days, people are scared to say it like it is.come on you're going to sit on your oh dont judge chair and tell me this man doesn't look ridiculous, come on people wake up. Its not ok to do this to yourself it's wrong.

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  3. Blessing him in the name of Jesus???

    He doesn't have the John 3:16 written on his face.
    He has "sex bomb, fame, & rock my body,

    We need to pray for this young man that he gets some therapy & a better job that's going to be hard to come by because of his appearance.

    Some people are trying so hard not to judge that they miss the problem staring them right in the face. In this case it is literally IN YOUR FACE.


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