OK, normally, when I post any photo of a tattoo, it’s because that tattoo is fairly heinous. But this tattoo above, depicting Jareth, the Goblin King as portrayed by David Bowie in the 1986 film Labyrinth is, well, quite sharp actually. It’s not necessarily my bag (if I were going for a Bowie Tatt, I’d be much more likely to choose a Ziggy Stardust likeness) but it’s still very skillfully done! What do you think?
Actually, I think he is kind of cute. Ole!
This tattoo of the brothers Hanson is so ugly, I can’t even tell which one “the ugly one” is.
Superjail (Adult Swim Network, Sundays at Midnight) is one of my very favorite TV shows, but that doesn’t mean I would tattoo the Jailbot on my arm. The upside is that it should be easy fairly for this fan lady to cover it up with something less ephemeral once buyer’s remorse sets in, probably some time next year.
It has been suggested that this is what Pot-flavored ice cream goes through on a daily basis. But what I want to know is, does this image look familiar to anyone else?
I’m certainly all about letting your freak flag fly but, seriously, WTF was this woman thinking when she had My Little Pony tattooed on her head? On her fucking head? The only good thing about this tattoo is that she can easily cover it up by growing out her hair. Hopefully, she has done that by now.
Yes, what you see is real, and this new level of wrong is a thing that exists. Happy Halloween, Bitches!
Yeah, that’s what it is, alright.
OK, I understand that Patrick Swayze is practically on death’s doorstep right now from cancer that he brought on himself by smoking. Too bad, you know, because he was really good as Keanu Reeves’ Idol-slash-Adversary in Point Break, and not bad at all in Dirty Dancing. And it’s never an admirable thing to make jokes at the expense of the dying. But still, this tattoo depicting Swayze as half Chippendale’s Dancer, half Centaur, accented by a rainbow ribbon background – which, thank god, is not actually on the body of Patrick Swayze – is just the worst.