Is being an “Apple Premium Reseller” that big of a deal in Poland? - Macenstein

Is being an “Apple Premium Reseller” that big of a deal in Poland?

This guy’s first job was as a “ball boy” at Wimbledon, but you don’t want to know where he put that tattoo.

Speaking as someone who got a profanity-laden tattoo in college that I now regret, I think I can speak with some authority when I say… “YIKES!” Continue reading for some disturbing pics.

At least the guy who did my tattoo had done a couple others before mine.

Looking good, fella! Looking REAL good!


10 Responses to “Is being an “Apple Premium Reseller” that big of a deal in Poland?”
  1. Duck says:

    I request pics of this alleged “Profanity Laden Tattoo”.

  2. macjesus says:

    It’s gonna hurt when you look at the mirror!

  3. xero says:

    woow the logo is geeky enoughtw out perminatly ensuring you cant have another job wo looking like a huge loser

  4. SirFoxey says:

    stupid girl. If he was that much of a fan boy he would have got it on his forehead or hands.

  5. mangochutney says:

    Idiotic. I’m sorry to say this, but this guy surpasses the Zune-guy in stupidity.
    Loving a company is one thing, but he isn’t even working at an Apple Store.

    Talk about corporate identity.

    And BTW: Being an “Apple Premium Reseller” can‘t be that big of a deal, since you can find between three to six official “Apple Preumium Reseller‘s” on every floor of the Zhongguancun technology market in Beijing.

  6. Deckard says:

    The legal stuff at Apple are preparing a lawsuit against this young man. They want him to pay royalties for the use of the Apple logo :- )

  7. Matthew says:

    Premium twat.

  8. Kensei says:

    So Apple Poland requires you to get a tattoo before becoming a reseller? *sarcasm*

    i.e. we own you know and your first born child too. ;p

  9. unqtom says:

    as usual it was just a matter of time to see this on foreign headlines… please don’t play this game of having fun of an individual and than converting this into nationwide habit.

    It was similar with this fake queues on iPhone premiere bought by Orange. It’s just plain low to construct headlines this way for getting more publicity.

  10. Michael G says:

    It’s crooked.

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