You could very wall cash in some ankle ink for a lifetime of free club admission. That's exactly what a select group of party-goers in Barrie chose to do to avoid ever paying cover at The Johnson's Residence again. 

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Jeeves Edwards, a regular host at The Johnson's Residence in Barrie for 6 years now, posted a picture of his face on someone's body as a joke, that immediately grabbed attention from the club's loyal band of patrons. 

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The Johnson's Residence is best known for throwing "house party" like events on Fridays and Saturdays, with guests ranging from their teens, twenties, thirties - all the way up to their sixties. The bar takes full form as the ultimate party house with a bedroom, kitchen, with throwback activities like Mario Kart, a fooseball table, and a ball pit. 

A local tattoo study, Ruby's Tattoo Studio, offered to tattoo the first 16 volunteers, with images specifically designed/affiliated with Jeeves and The Johnson's Residence. The owner of the tattoo parlour was happy to donate the shop's time and services to cross-promote. 

One loyal club goer, Taylor Hutchinson, 20, is opting to get host Jeeves' face on her ankle, while Matt Lazzarro, 23,  is opting for a red solo cup. The free cover tattoo designs include pictures of Jeeves (of course), some inspired by the iconic ball-pit and a classic red Solo cup.

So let us know, how far would you go for a lifetime of free cover?