I don't get tattoos because I'm indecisive and I change my mind so quick that I probably wouldn't like it anymore after a few months.

That being said, I would also never get a temporary tattoo. You know the henna tattoos that are temporary that your kids may have bugged you to get? Imagine them getting this instead.

A bed bug tattoo. Literally -- bed bugs that bite your skin will give you this "temporary tattoo".

Matt Camper is an urban entomologist at Colorado State University, who will be on the next episode of "Outrageous Acts of Science" this Saturday on the Science Channel. His invention that has begun that latest craze is the "bed bug tattoo gun" he made from a jar, wire mesh and, of course, the aforementioned bed bugs. It's a stencil on top of a jar full of bed bugs, and when you place the stenciled cap on your skin, the bed bugs bite you where the skin isn't covered up by the cap.

How weird is that??