People have always been divided on the subject of tattoos – some love them enough to cover practically their entire body in ink, and others despise them enough to threaten their kids with the prospect of being disowned if they ever dare to get a tat of their own.
Some are political, some are romantic, and some are just plain stupid. Tattoo fails happen on a daily basis and they never cease to amaze me.
Here are 2o of the most side-splittingly hilarious tattoo fails from around the world…
This tattoo is unnecessarily convoluted, but it’s okay because it’s not the best tattoos which are remarkable or aesthetically appealing. It’s the ones that make you read the entire length of someone’s torso. My meaning of life is to enjoy the stupidity that other people’s choices create.
“Look at me, I double as a mini-human – there’s no way that’s ever been done before in the history of modern tattoos.”
This was clearly done under the influence of every stimulant in existence.
And she almost got away with it too.
I wonder how they chose to commemorate their 4nd nippel…
Because nothing says “Spank me, daddy” like four fornicating dogs.
If you happen to be both stupid and in love, please stay away from all tattoo studios.
Because there’s no better way to prove you’re a grown man than by tattooing a massive word search on your torso. Literally none.
America’s most revered sex symbol, everybody.
He’s the men of the house.
Let’s face it – regrettable tattoos are a dime a dozen.
I mean, how utterly ridiculous and demeaning would that be?!
I suggest a sheep as your next animal-themed tattoo. This time with the words, “I really need to get a mind of my own.”
15. Constellation of stars.
Was it really worth it?
I mean, if that doesn’t entice you, I don’t know what will.
If you don’t know that double negatives make a positive, “never don’t” get a tattoo.
Maybe don’t let you’re brain make you’re decisions, four today… Or ever for that matter.
Do you still stick by that philosophy, pal?
“So if I belife this tattoo is meaningful – despite evidence to the contrary – that makes it real and valid.”