KANSAS CITY, Mo. Did it hurt?
Dalton Meek just laughs. And laughs. And laughs.
"Duuuude," Meek says, slowly. "Yeah, it was the most painful thing I've ever gone through, dude. I mean, it was wicked ... it feels like knives just slowly (going) down your head."
So, yeah. Getting a giant Kansas City Chiefs tattoo along the back of your shaven skull?
It hurt. A lot.
"I don't regret it," Meek, a 19-year-old Chiefs fan from Lenexa, Kan., said of the head tattoo -- a grinning skull with the Chiefs' famous arrowhead logo on it -- that's raised eyebrows across the internet this week. "And I never will regret it. I will forever be proud to support my team."
Especially the "forever" part.
"I was like, 'That's a die-hard Chiefs fan,'" chuckles Dan Kubin, the Kansas City-area tattoo artist who performed the rather distinctive work on Meek's noggin.
Kubin's done ink inside a belly button. And on the bottom of the foot. And near some of the more, um, intimate regions of the f...