n the last decades tattoos have become very mainstream. Gone are the days when having visible tattoo would mean you couldn't get a job outside of a fast food restaurant or carnival (despite what your mom says). But not all tattoos are created equally. The people who have these monstrosities probably want to think about covering them up.
Baseball is life. Or...wait, bowling?
Where to start on this tattoo? Not only is it badly drawn (Those lines! They look like the artist chugged eight cups of coffee and just went to town), but also what is it? The ball is somehow both a baseball AND a bowling ball, but the words “It’s not just a game” imply they are only talking about one sport. Is there some kind of baseball-bowling hybrid sport that just hasn’t gone mainstream yet?
The irony of the mistake in this tattoo almost seems like it could have been intentional.
At least the tattoo artist probably didn’t feel bad about messing this up, considering the sentiment the customer wanted expressed. She later got the misspelled word covered up with a flower, which is disappointing because it was funnier before.
Hey girl. I see you're getting a tattoo of my face. Make sure it looks just like me, okay?
The tattoo itself isn't badly done.
But why would you want to have Guy Fieri tattooed on your body for the rest of your life? To each their own, but personally I’d rather keep my obsession with Flavortown private.
Is it a wolf? A bobcat?
It looks kind of like a derpy German Shepard that just heard someone open a box of Milkbones.