Tattoos aren't technically forever, but ink is definitely a commitment. You're free to get any tattoo you want, but as dissenters always say, you're stuck with it. It's one thing to get a tattoo you dislike, though, and something else entirely to get something that looks just awful. Also, please remember: friends don't let friends get tattoos without spell-checking.
He's cool as ice, man.
It hurts me.
So close, yet so far.
No REGERTS! Get it?! There is no way this was not intentional.
Those aren't real suspenders! This man is a liar! (In all honesty, I approve. Nice touch on the thumbs, buddy, that is dedication and they make the tat. I hope you never regret this.)
Except I'm speechless. I mean, at least it's honest. That's actually pretty cool.
Because this one is truly clever. Look at that belly button.
Honestly, it's nice to see someone make an attempt. (Besides that one awesome tattoo.)
Who wants to tell this kid that this ink is not luxe?
Do you think he carries checkers in his pockets at all times? Because I do.
I agree with OP. It's either a joke or this person lost a bet like nobody's business. This cannot be for real. “He touched so many.”
Oh … oh wait. Like hindsight and junk?
Once again, I agree with OP. Clever and gross at the same time.
I need to look into this. I must research this gentleman. I will report my findings.
This is so very bad.
In another way, did she Google “blue waffle” before she got inked?
What do you think?
You can tell how painful this was. You can SEE it.
I don't … I don't understand.
Tattoos of faces are always kind of scary, though, especially if there are teeth involved – although these are admittedly pretty well done. It's his manic look, really. Like he's about to start spaying and neutering any minute.
In a way, aren't we all powered by Google?
Not at all. Not even a little.
It is. Admit it.
I bet this hot dog in a leather jacket is proud of being delicious, too. I bet this hot dog expresses no remorse.
I would also like to know the story of how this came about.
And also possibly not a good idea. But I legit laughed.
I have a feeling this person did not get paid for this tattoo, however.
Aw. That's sad!
No slut shaming, no sex shaming, no butt shaming, no shaming whatsoever. I still think this person might someday possibly express a teensy bit of regret for this ink.
I mean … is that a heart?
Never. Never, ever, ever. Not even one time. Not even this time. No. Peter doesn't even know how he got here.
Neither did I.
Brenda needs our help. I am serious. Unless he wronged Brenda and this tattoo is the result. In that case, I would like to buy Brenda a drink. Basically, I just need to hear from Brenda.
This is so mean. I mean, not to analyze a tattoo on someone's forehead, but even if there are maternal issues happening, this is serious.
Also so close, but still so far.
Otherwise, it's a beautiful tattoo – even though Leia looks a little like Bette Davis.
Hart and Brenda both need to email me.
I'm taking off additional points for that font.
I hope she got her “e” turned into an “a,” I really do.
Bad. BAD. I kind of hope that hurt.
Except, you know what? I think a person whose sense of humor inspired them to get this tattoo in the first place won't necessarily regret it.
… but someone got this tattoo. Did anyone ever get a tattoo of you?
He cannot be my friend.
This is only acceptable if you're Toki Wartooth.
So this is technically kind of always going to be semi relevant. Plus, it's Keyboard Cat, so … I guess this one's not necessarily a regret.
Well, I guess the separate pieces might look neat. Probably easy to cover them with something else, at least.
Besides, everybody knows! Everybody knows!
… but this ink is. That being said, love the script. Also love the tie-dyed shoe.
Sorry to say, but it's not forever. It's kind of already over. Still … this is sort of cute, huh?
What say you, stalkers? Any tattoos of fail you're willing to cop to?
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