How many times have you walked past a dirty car and seen something written in the grime?
Considering that The Simpsons has been an iconic show for more than 20 years, it’s no surprise that fans take their love of the show to a permanent level by inking equally iconic show moments onto their skin.
That’s right. They take their love of the show out of Springfield and onto their body somewhere — whether it’s just a recognizable character or a random moment from the show.
We’re sure Homer would approve.
Putting the “fun” in dysfunctional family.
Via: Tattoo Do
Putting the "fun" in dysfunctional family.
Most people have at least one celebrity that they like a bit more than the others. Maybe it’s an actor, an athlete, or even a popular singer. Whoever it is, they’re someone you would like to sit down with and share an appetizer with.
Then there are these people — those who took their fandom to a new level by inking that celebrity’s likeness on their skin with a tattoo.
Some are amazing. Some are amazingly weird. We’ll let you judge for yourself.
Most people grew up with Disney movies, and there’s a reason they call Disney World the “happiest place on Earth.” Whether you’re walking through the gates of the Magic Kingdom, popping in a DVD, or cracking open a classic story, Disney represents whimsy and magic (no matter how old you are).
And while some people are simply fans, others are super fans that declare their love of Disney with permanent ink done in magical ways…
Mirror, mirror, on the wall…
Mirror, mirror, on the wall...
Dogs are considered man’s best friend, and they often wear their emotions on their furry sleeves — or, rather, their furry faces.
Stand-up comedian, Demetri Martin, doesn’t just tell jokes — he uses one-liners and drawings on a “large pad”, as well as accompanying his jokes with music on guitar, harmonica, piano, keyboard, toy bells, ukulele, or tambourine, sometimes all at once.
He’s written for Late Night with Conan O’Brien, reported on The Daily Show, and even had his own show on Comedy Central (Important Things with Demetri Martin) and put out a couple of books (This is a Book and Point This at Your Face).
But it’s his doodles of seemingly normal things that crack you up while making you think that most people can relate to — or at least get a good laugh from.