An urban entomologist from the Colorado State University named Matt Camper has created a very curious device used to make temporary tattoos. ‘Bedbug tattoo gun’ as he has called it is a jar covered with wire mesh and full of thousands of bed bugs. All you need to do is invert the jar onto your skin and wait for the bed bugs to bite you. After that you are left with a pink, temporary tattoo.
The rabbit pattern on top of the jar insures that the tattoo you are going to get will be in that exact shape and form. It will be about two hours until the tattoo properly shows on your skin as it takes that long for the skin inflammatory response to kick in. However, the biting is not that painful as the bed bugs saliva acts as anesthetic. According to biologists and doctors the device is pretty harmless for both humans and bed bugs.