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January 12, 2010 | 16 Comments » | Topics: FAIL
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Great collection! I made this one of my three links for the day on my Other Thought for the Day blog:
All the best, Ted
Why would anyone want a tattoo of Micheal Jackson feeling up McCaulay Culkin?
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Thank you for these examples of tattoo blunders. It perfectly highlights what I referred to in tattoo design blog. I have linked to this post to refer my customers here in an effort to get them to put some serious consideration into, not only the content of their next piece, but the artist they choose also.
Some of these aren’t tattoo failures, perhaps they’re choices some of us wouldn’t make, but not failures. The first tattoo looks like his kid drew it and the other guy must be a whimsical fan of pizza. Not every tattoo has to be a great work of art or a skull, wings, rose, dolphin or butterfly.
This blog post is an example of a fail failure (definition: the ironic failure caused by bloggers’ ever-abundant excitement to overuse the word “fail” or “failure”).
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how crazy these ppl.here you can find some celebrity tattoos
I wouldn’t want anyone to permanently ink on me a poor quality of a pic. Folks spend the money because the tatoos above were really, really bad.
A few of those tattoo’s were certainly failures but some of them were incredibly awesome. The fact that you think they are all failures shows just what a boring whitebread douchebag you are.
This is why, if it is possible, you get your tattoist to design it, then pin it up somewhere you will see it often, then decide whether you want it on you permanently.
I’ll tell you right now, most artists are not going to design a tattoo for you and let you take the artwork home to pin up until you “decide whether you want it on you permanently. Do you think designing a tattoo is no work? These stupid shows have people thinking they can have a tattoo designed in 15 minutes or less. How much of your work do you do on a “lets see” basis?