I don't have any tattoos, but I'd imagine that getting one should be a deeply meaningful experience.
Whether it's to remind yourself of a profound occurrence in your life, or honor a loved one, I just think that making such a permanent change to your body should be something important, like commemorating the first time you got a Krispy Kreme donut important. Man they're so good.
I'm only half-kidding about that, but in all seriousness, there are fewer things more cringe-inducing that an awful tattoo. And these tats are probably going to stay with these people for a very, very long time; even if they eventually do manage to have them removed, they can never remove the ink of shame.
Even if you did this as a joke, you still permanently inked yourself...for said joke.
This guy must really like cars.
Nothing says forever like a chain-name tattoo.
Get it?! (it's a six pack...)
Who even thinks of this?
This guy really loves his Nissan sedan.
Keep me away.
It's only cool when you knock out people for a living.
So. Many. Errors.
Spacing. It counts.
I remember when I learned to hold a pencil.
"I always feel like, somebody's watching meeee."
Should've been cynical enough to not trust your artist's ability to spell.
"Listen, not all vegans are wei-"
T O B Y KE I T H
I don't think he'd approve of this tat.
These are always bad.
Ah, it's always those extra "e's."
The nipple, isn't, supposed to be...sigh...
Looks like the dog got into the neon Play-Doh again.
Why'd they change the concept?!
I don't even know what to say.
This can't be real.
Why would you ask your 5-year-old to give you a Playboy bunny tattoo?
Sweet Exorcist tattoo.
"I said DUE, not 'do'."
Looks like a Silent Hill nurse.
I don't even know what this nuclear koala is.
Is he holding a can opener?
We can assure you he wouldn't do this.
Definitely is a lot of pain here.
Yeah this won't go over well.
Let this be a reminder for everyone to please tattoo themselves responsibly.