I have recently commented that I have this tattoo, given to me on the eighth day after I was born. Here is a picture, though with any naughty bits cropped out:
I am told on good authority that everyone who is born in the United States has one of these rear-end marks. It is sometimes confused with a mole or a birth mark but with correct magnification, it proves to be the tattoo. It is also heredity (don’t ask me how I’m not a geneticist). It will appear on the bums of children born abroad to at least one American, father or mother–but in case your mother is a foreigner and your daddy didn’t marry your mommy, there is a good chance you didn’t get one of these. This is the case of half Korean, Russell David Green, who is fighting deportation from the United States. Apparently, the genes of his GI dad were not enough to pass the butt tattoo on to his son. Of course, poor Russell would become stateless if deported back to Korea.
Apparently, getting a tattoo after the fact from an improper tattoo authority will not work, because the authentic brand requires a special radioactive derriere tattoo ink. Illegal immigrants have tried to fake this, but alas, to no avail.