Friday, January 22, 2010

Forever Lame

previous post: FANtastic Friday!



  1. hahahahaha holy shit at the first one…

    some people

  2. the 1st one -> why don’t people do grammar check first, before rushing to a tattoo parlor? it’s a waste of money if it’s not done right..

    the 2nd one -> LOL at the tramp stamp.. wonder where it might go..

  3. I’m glad i know proper grammar. your= possessive; you’re= you are

  4. Hahaha, you are time = you are stupid

  5. Why is there a random dot above the second (and correct) “you’re”?

  6. bahaha @ lousy grammar

    never get a tattoo of someone’s name, unless it’s your kid’s name or something :P

  7. hmmmm mole?

  8. lol, it is one thing to mispell a word once in a while and take the sometimes not so gentle ribbing that follows but really? Who in the frik gets inked and doesn’t double, nay, TRIPLE check their selection to make sure it says what they think it says????

  9. lostintranslation

    Wow, grammatically incorrect Blink 182 lyrics permanently inscribed on your arm… you’re never going to regret that one, are you?!

  10. Why don’t people think before they get tattoos? Especially those who get tattoos with people’s names…

  11. lostintranslation

    @heavilyunbroken: I noticed that too. They’ve also capitalised “on” and “the” for no apparent reason. Excellent job!

  12. Good song but now they are left with a grammatically incorrect version of the lyrics.

    Gutted for them.

  13. Blink 182 isn’t a terrible band, but getting a blink 182 lyric sucks…

    and if I am not mistaken, this is from their newer shit. Which is terrible.

  14. Not just a Blink-182 tattoo, oh no. A grammatically incorrect Blink-182 tattoo that implies you’re a wee bit mental.

  15. Holy fuck this made my morning.

  16. My favorite p.s. to this is Dan REVERSING his “your – you’re” error in his comment.

    …at least that one isn’t permanent…

  17. never ever get a tattoo of someone’s name, ha i wonder if it’s ryans name shes getting?

  18. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!!!!! Loser!

  19. Will the stupidity never stop?

  20. @xolouox
    I really hope it’s Ryan’s name she’s getting.
    Bit deer in headlights, eh?

  21. Dan got Alexandra’s just jealous first? no, no!

  22. Getting someones elses name tatooed on you is just awkward if it doesn’t work out, especially on your ass, I can only imagine how that can turn out…

  23. Apparently it won’t pearl as I am very ashamed to admit upon first reading the post I thought they were Oasis lyrics lol.

    And n.Cy a tramp stamp is a tattoo in the middle of the lower end of your back.

  24. could someone explain to me where the hell that tattoo is on the poor fool’s body? I was thinking forearm but it appears he might have the world’s largest hand at the end of a scarily skinny lever.

  25. Nah I think he’s just really scrawny

  26. LOL you think the tatoo artist would of noticed the grammar mistake , what a moron, the guy must of felt so fuckin dumb once someone told him its your and not you’re

  27. @Lady Dane #26, it’s “you would think”, not “you think”, “would HAVE”, not “would of”, and “must HAVE” not “must of”. It’s also “it’s” and not “its”.

    You obviously have no right to criticize someone else’s grammar.

  28. Just got told it’s “you’re” not “your” so Im gona write it this way from now on … dont wanna be retarted

  29. damn…

  30. There should be a mandatory English test for all tattoo artists as part of getting their license.

  31. I’m calling Poe on Lady Dane.

  32. Did anyone else read the tattoo like this? “Do not waste. You are time. On me, you are already. The voice inside my head.”

    Spelling and grammar count, people!

  33. I bet when he got the tattoo he thought to himself “I’m not gonna be one of those douches that gets misspelled words tattooed onto himself. I’ve seen those pictures where someone puts “your” instead of “you’re” and gets mocked for it. I’m gonna nail this fucker and put you’re like it’s supposed to be done!”

  34. Oh dear God, some people. They’ll regret it in about 10 years when the “coolness” of it wears off and they are left with 1: a song lyric on their arm that has a misspelled word. 2: a name of an ex that they somehow have to cover up. Just stupid.

  35. @ #30 pink, tattoo artists dont spell check . its up to the person who is getting the tattoo to check what is being done. thats why they have you sign a consent form. you cant blame the artist for that, unles it was done by a scratcher.

  36. Yes Dr. That’s exactly how I read it too actually :p

  37. I kinda like the way it reads as if the voice inside his head babbled away on his arm, and then signed off on it. “Don’t waste, you are time” actually sounds kinda deep. I mean, what are we, if not the time we have? “On me, you are already” makes it start to sound kinda like a riddle. Or Yoda. Sadly, if he added some more words to the left and right, he could probably salvage this.

  38. @ pearl, why the fuck are you judging my writing? i didn’t ask you for your opinion and its not like i got a tattoo with something like that, i know how to use proper grammar but i dont like to, so fuck off, im sure people still understand what i am saying but thanks for being a grammar nazi fuckhole anyways

  39. Even if it wasn’t grammatically incorrect and a blink 182 lyric it would still be pritty lame

  40. Quote of the Day:

    “i know how to use proper grammar but i dont like to,”

    That is full to the brim with win.

  41. I used to have a real problem with getting names of girlfriends tattooed on me (plus that regrettable night in ’93 when I drank a bottle of tequila and got “Joe” tattooed on my left butt cheek). Of course, we always ended up breaking (or sobering) up, and I would have to get it removed. Very painful, very expensive. So, I came up with a plan that has been working pretty well:

    I’ve gone through census records, tax records, and birth records and collected every name I could find. There were quite a lot of names, but I was able to narrow them down somewhat by eliminating names of men (not making that mistake again!) and names that clearly belong to strippers or future strippers (basically any names that ends with more than one “i”, or has more than one consecutive “x”). Not that I have anything against strippers per se, but I believe in “try before you buy”, not “rent to own”, so their whole business model precludes me from dating one. I then got all of these names tattooed on my body.

    Now, every time I date someone new, I just circle that name with a magic marker. When we break up, I wash it off. This way, she gets to feel special because I have her name tattooed on my body, and I don’t have to go through tattoo removal every 6 months like I used to. It’s a win-win!

  42. @sadie703

    I know it’s not really the artists fault, but I still think they have some sort of responsibility to say “Hey, this isn’t really right, you know?”.

    @Lady Dane
    Why are grammar Nazis fuckholes? It’s cool to love your language so much that you hate anyone misusing it. A bit like not wanting anyone to hit your mother.

  43. pointing out someone else’s grammatical errors while you make your own… oh, the irony! and the comma splices!

  44. It’s not the tattooers fault, thats how they make a living off idiots like that. And that dude probably got the lyrics off line so every new line of the song was capitalized. What a fucking tard!

  45. As for the first one, this is all I have to say…

    …and Sensible wins an internet

  46. @ sensible since I am seriously gullible and believe what you wrote, do you have any inch of you not covered in a name? Thats a whole lot of names. So do these girlfriends then think the other names are all past girlfriends?

  47. @Lady Dane:

    Yeah, if you say that you know how to use proper grammar and spelling and then write like THAT, I have to call BS. I’m sorry, but there’s a comfort in knowing that the anonymous person on the other end of the 1s and 0s has a fucking clue about how to write intelligently. But then, if you were truly intelligent, you’d have understood by now why you’re being made fun of.

  48. Lmao@ sensible madness

  49. @sensible: hum… all over your body huh? Are they in crossword form? That would be awesome if they were.

  50. @cherlindrea

    Chill your bush, woman

  51. I’m still laughing at “i know how to use proper grammar but i dont like to.” Brilliant comeback! :)

  52. ok really i know how to use proper grammar and i know why i am being made fun of, i just don’t see the point sometimes using proper grammar on things like lamebook, it’s not like i’m writing a letter to the president or anything, i figured you can spell loosley on here since its for fun and shit, and its not like i would ever get a spelling mistake put on my body

  53. as if Blink 182 lyrics as a tattoo weren’t bad enough…

  54. @ ladydane I agree with you. I mean if it is an obvious moronic thing that is different. However if someone on here types out how they would speak with slang then what is the big deal? I go to school and spend enough time having to form proper sentences that I like to get lazy with it while not writing papers. I think the grammar corrections are getting out of hand and people who feel the need to correct are trying to feel superior. I know I am going to get attacked for what I just typed and oh well! I guess I have been seeing it so much here it’s to the point of being over done. It’s now just as annoying as the typos. Which I am sure we have all done ourselves?

  55. if you are going to spell “loosley” on here, then come with a loose attitude as well. most people here speak in jest, so if you made a few grammatical errors, take it on the chin and laugh it off. bonus points if you quip “i fail”.

  56. I think “It’s not like I’m writing a letter to the president or anything” is the most awesome grammar argument statement I have ever heard.

  57. @33, Mcowles – Yes! I totally agree, he was probably thinking “I’m so much smarter and better than all those morons” and now, well…

  58. i’m not trying to have an attitude but it’s fuckin annoying when people are commenting on how i spell shit and not what the actual topic is about, it’s not like no one would understand what i was saying if i didn’t use apostrophes in my spelling

  59. Lady Dane, the point of using proper grammar here, or anywhere, is so others actually understand what you’re saying. Your piss-poor language skills reflect terribly upon you. There’s a difference between typos and simply not knowing.

    To put this in language you and varkjie will understand:
    @LD, da point a usin good grammer any wears is cuz like PeOplE get like wUt yor sayin an stuff. You’re not good riting makes u looOk dum. Dere’s a diff tween tYpOS an the opposite uv knowin.

  60. @ varkjie thanks for agreeing with me

  61. @ Theeyes She didn’t write like that and if she had I would have not said anything. People who write crap like that annoy the snot out of me. Her post was clear enough for everyone to be able to understand what she wrote, she only resorted to using verbal slang and forgot apostrophes. Such a minor issue. It’s not like she used the wrong form of “You’re” or even “They’re”. I understand what they corrected in Lady’s posting.

    I guess us talking about this just proves how lame lamebook has been today!

    They need to put up some good stuff so we can all start laughing at the real reason we visit this site.

  62. Hey, varkjie, I spend enough time having to form proper sentences that I like to get lazy. You apparently feel the need to correct and are trying to feel superior.

    wen laydeeDayne cums out uv da batroom an sumone mentions dat she axidentlly tucked her skert inta her pantyhoze or dat she guts terlet paper stuck ta her shew, she kalls dem a “fashun nazi” an gets all pissed off. “i noe how ta dress!! i just figgered that dis place iznt da WhiTe howse!!! dis iz fuckin annoying wen yor commentin on how I iz dressed

  63. Dreadful tatt. This is just a playground for grammar Nazis. :P
    And Melina sounds like a retard.

  64. Thanks now my eyes are hurting. I really don’t see the point of throwing in random capitilization in the middle of a word.


  66. Part of the Lamebook post involves poor grammar skills. When a commenter feel the need to chime in with their criticisms of said skills and can’t even use grammar properly themselves, it is worth pointed out since it kind of invalidates their point.

    You were going to comment? You should have. Every little bit helps, EldestPort.
    Thanks for using all capital letters too – it made your comment much easier to understand. You’re like the anti-e.e. cummings.

  67. *feels

  68. *it is worth pointING out

  69. @n.Cy/#2

    a tramp stamp means it goes on the base of the spine of a girl. that is the definition of a tramp stamp…..

  70. @EldestPort: Stop with the capital letters please. It’s really annoying to feel yelled at while reading.

  71. Thank you, erasmus.


  73. Well in my wild youth I too got a tattoo I got a ‘W’ on each arse cheek so when ever I bent over it said WOW, but when I was in the hospital having my kids the Dr was some what confused as why he was staring at a tattoo that said MOM.

  74. HAHAHHA first one is WIN.

  75. @Spanka: That made me ROFL, thanks :)

  76. @ Spanka that is just awesome! That is a total tattoo win!

  77. the ultimate pork pie

    dont waste ‘you’re’ time arguing on lamebook people XD

  78. Melina opitimises stupid bitches. She KNOWS what a tramp stamp is and still happily wants to get one. Might as well get ‘yes I realise this tattoo is completely dated, classless and considered a reliable indicator that I’m devoted to sluttery. But SuBo revealed hers in the latest Heat, so I MUST have one’ tattooed across her foundation caked forehead.

  79. 78…if you’re going to call some stupid, try to spell words correctly while you’re doing it. it’s epitomize.

    and tattoo location has nothing to do with how many people you’ve slept with. you want to talk dated and classless? how about judging someone based on where they got a tattoo…i’d say that ‘opitimises’ both of those words.

  80. The only time you should rip on someone’s type-o’s, is if it’s hilarious, as in the case of #1, or if you really can’t understand them. Otherwise you’re just being an anal prick. lol

  81. how is butchering the spelling of a word a “typo”?

    and i think it’s hilarious when people show an obvious lack of intelligence while questioning the intelligence of others. but maybe that’s just me.

  82. Jawbroken both lacks grammar basics (start of sentence capitalisation, genius) and in all likelihood has a tramp stamp of his/her own, living with shame and regret to this very day.

    Tramp stamp, I ask you.

  83. dude, seriously? questioning my grammar with a brutal run-on sentence?

    you’re fun.

  84. Nothing wrong with a “tramp stamp”. It can look very good, and only a narrow person would judge others based upon the location of their tattoos.

  85. “only a narrow person”?? what about the wide people? don’t they have feelings, too?

  86. They do, but they don’t use them to judge people just because they dislike this or that about them.

  87. Or did you write this because I should have said “narrow minded people”? If so, sorry but English isn’t my mother tongue and I am doing my best.

  88. Check out Urban Dictionary Lulla. Doesn’t look favourable.

    If you want to persuade the majority to think they look ‘very good’ maybe invent another euphemism and get that into common parlance.

  89. What if you are a narrow person in a fat persons body?

  90. @Merde cure: I have read it, alright.

    When they mention their study, they make a correlation between tattoos and high risk behaviours, not tramp stamps in particular. All I agree with is that “these are often bias generalized claims”.

    I don’t want to persuade the majority of anything, I don’t need anyone to validate my opinion. The point that I am trying to make is that one cannot judge someone else just upon a tattoo location.

    @Spanka: lol (:

  91. Why has no one mentioned the poor choice of font in the first one? Might as well have gone for Comic Sans.

  92. @Merde cure: An interesting article you may want to read as well

  93. This conversation is way too long to read with too much interest, but I did catch a glimpse of “I know how to use real grammar, I just don’t want to” or something like that…

    morons, that makes you more pathetic. You can actually write a full, complete, and correct sentence, yet, you choose not to because you like to look dumb?

    Also, I hope at some point in my life I get to meet somebody with a tattoo like the first one.

  94. Oh, and I’m not sure if it is already mentioned, but this is a Blink 182 song.

  95. Who the fuck would want Blink 182 lyrics on their skin?
    its like selling your ass to satan…you just don’t.

  96. I think perhaps the tattoo-ee was concerned there would be a gramatical error on the tat, so after years of not using any apostrophes he thought ‘well I have seen them in action, they do really jazz up the word ‘your’, I will give them a go’.

    Random capitalisation, however, just frustrates me and perhaps the tattoo-er either is just over correcting grammatical errors, or makes money from correcting past mistakes.

  97. LOL @ comic sans, my dad always uses comic sans, he thinks it entices people to read whatever he has printed because it is jovial.

  98. Comic sans was my favourite font in middle school. I also have three small tattoos in my tramp stamp area, but one is of a cartoon cat, the other is my cat’s paw prints, and the last one is one line of a song. It’s not Blink 182 though, I swear.

    I won’t comment too much on the Lady Dane drama, but “must of” is not a typo, it make no sense whatsoever if you actually read it.

  99. I sincerely, SINCERELY hope the tattoo artist noticed the grammatical error & laughed to himself the whole time inking that guy’s arm

  100. Shit, I bet the artist asked buddy, “Are you sure this is exactly how you want it?”.

  101. Tattoo fail. Haha!
    Why would you get words all up your arm anyway, regardless of context?

  102. Awww, Lady Dane has been offended.

    In that case, I can say I was offended by her misuse of the English language while criticizing someone else’s misuse of the same.


  103. Tip: If getting a tattoo, just don’t get writing, then you won’t have the problem of spelling/grammar mistakes.

    I’ve got three tattoos, and admit I have a tramp stamp. My defence to having one is that I was 14 when I got it done and I can’t really see it so I don’t care lol. I would be gutted if I had a spelling mistake permanently on my arm though.

    SPANKA for the win, I’ve heard that soo many times but it always makes me chuckle :)

  104. It offends me when words are “Americanized” and Z’s are swapped for S’s in ENGLISH words. Criticising.

  105. chickens dont clap

    Hahaha, TheEyesHaveIt I loved your fashion nazi comment. Also thought LadyDane’s overly aggressive response to Pearl’s perfectly justifiable comment was fairly hilarious. I think grammar nazi fuckhole is my new favourite insult.

    Oh, and @79 Jawbroken – it’s been pointed out so many times on here that use of s and z varies from Europe/Australia to America, so you should really stop attacking people who use their country’s variant (epitomise instead of epitomize). Oh god, I too have become sucked into the grammar war. Don’t hate me!

  106. chickens dont clap

    @blondie1508 *high five*

  107. @ Chickens dont clap: I’m not usually one who picks on peoples grammar or spelling, but I too think I have been sucked into the grammar war that is now Lamebook.

  108. It was the use of the word ‘optimise’ that jawbreaker corrected to epitomise/ze.

  109. Well done, I was correcting Pearl.

  110. Oops sorry I just realised you weren’t on about my comment. Sorry.

  111. Sorry, I was referring to chickens don’t clap’s comment :)

  112. I know just realised, sorry.

  113. chickens dont clap

    @diylysin oops! Right you are. Sorry Jawbroken! I clearly didn’t read too closely.

    @LadyDane – and that’s how you admit you were wrong without calling innocent people fuckholes :)

  114. Just don’t like to see a legitimate fuckhole grammer Nazi with a good point (jawbroken) go unappreciated. :)

  115. There are so many grammar nazi’s on this site! I may become one but I fear I am not intelligent enough :(

  116. *Nazis.. LOL, sorry couldn’t resist

  117. Haha I wasn’t sure whether to put a captial or not, damn…FAIL

  118. chickens dont clap

    @dilysin yes you are right! I was so fixated on s/z that I missed the o/e mistake. Jawbroken had a good point – I admit that I am Frodo, and I have no pool.

    And @blondie1508, I agree… with so many eagle-eyed people on here there is a great risk of trying to be intelligent and making a retart out of yourself :P

  119. It wasn’t the capital, it was the apostrophe :)

  120. Oh dear I am definitely Frodo and have no pool! My defence is it is 3am here and I am rather tired. Argh because of all the grammar (N)/nazis I’m finding myself being really careful with my typing. I’m such a retart.

  121. lol @118 :) no pool indeed, maybe I am frodo because I don’t have a pool, would really like one at the moment because it is frickin hot (41 degrees).

  122. Last comment actually relates to the post was blondie @103. Hmmm..

  123. We’re not all bad. Some of us are more like benevolent dictators than actual gestapo.

  124. Dear Lady Dane,
    Thanks for clarifying that. So writing tatoo instead of tattoo is writing loosley?
    And saying would of, instead of would have?
    And must of, instead of must have?

    That was mildly amusing and deserved a bit of abuse….

    “i know how to use proper grammar but i dont like to, so fuck off”?????

    Still ROFLMFAO :)

    PS You do realise you sparked the whole Grammar Nazism wave?

  125. I would just like to say that I have a tattoo of an ex-girlfriend’s name and it ain’t much fun right now as as I am married to someone else (with a different name as luck would have it) so PLEASE PEOPLE, THINK BEFORE YOU INK…

  126. haha and if you ever decide to get a tattoo, make sure you know how to spell and that the grammar is right haha

  127. @caycoo, ok the whole “would of” instead of “would have” is my bad becuase i usually use “of” instead of “have”, but now i know so i can use the proper grammar, but when i meant spell loosley i didn’t mean spelling words wrong, i meant not using apostrophes like instead of “don’t”, i use “dont” i am not actually spelling it wrong, just not using apostrophes, and it’s not like people wouldnt understand what i am writing just becuase i didnt use one in my word. And yes i do realize that i sparked a whole grammar nazi fuckhole wave and that is why i am going to use proper grammar from now on because this isn’t just lamebook, its grammar school, plus all this conflict over proper grammar is annyoing.

  128. wow… a grammatically incorrect copy of what is possibly Blink 182′s most homoerotic song

  129. @LadyDane I totally understand what you mean. I am in no way a grammar Nazi, for I sometimes make grammar mistakes in my writing as well. I also understand that sometimes people makes typing mistakes, especially on blogs since it’s the least formal medium. HOWEVER, since you called this guy a moron AND made grammar mistakes in your post, YOU kind of set yourself up for that one. It’s just too ironic to pass up, you were just an easy target. The best response is to just laugh it off instead of calling @Pearl “fuckhole”.

  130. @31 – If you’re (Emphasising this means YOU ARE) calling Poe on Lady Dane than they can drop the act defending themselves surely…?

    Considering nobody here (I HOPE) is going to get any of this thread tattooed on their arm I’m sure we can all just chill on all the grammatical mistakes or any other discrepancies, the point was these people are idiots but you’re all wasting time whaling on each other instead of slamming the post… the point.

    But to re-iterate the delightfully miss-spelled davinhci (I get it also is sometimes spelt like this, but a typo would’ve been cooler) you were being smug and deriding others as morons from the precarious confines of your glass house and therefore should be humble when corrected.

    Chill on typos, please… 100 plus posts with at least a quarter bitchin at each other’s spelling, it reminds me of my grandmother, and I know she can’t use the internet so some of you have qualities common in old ladies… having said that, Tim @28… “retarted” is that being tarted for the 2nd time, I could see how that would be excessive…

  131. lostintranslation

    @LadyDane: “but when i meant spell loosley i didn’t mean spelling words wrong”

    For the record, you spelt “loosely” wrong :)

  132. doesn’t say much for the tattooist either. i mean, ok it’s not his job to spell/grammar check stuff, but it’d be nice to know that if he’s gonna get paid to scar you for life, that he’s got the sense/integrity to point out stuff which is gonna make your (more intelligent) friends n foes laugh like fk atcha BEFORE you’re committed..

  133. Don’t waste you are time on me you are already the voice inside my head.

  134. @alproshazam Just FYI, I’m Vietnamese, my real name is Vinh and hence the play on the word “davinci”, I know how to spell davinci, as in Leonardo da Vinci. I adopted “davinhci” as my nick for many of my online accounts. If you’re calling me out for “judging” people then you need to stop doing so yourself.

  135. It really saddens me that Nazis are taken to be these evil Jew killing people. I for one wish someone would take out Ben Stiller and Barbara Streisand… Oh well… I’m your biggest fan I’ll follow you until you love me, gramma-grammarazi.

  136. Okidoke “davinhci” let’s do this then… I was hoping the contents of the parenthesis would prevent me from such an incident, but some quarrelsome folks just can’t help themselves…
    Parenthesis (ie these things: ( ) [ ] { } ) are punctuation marks that indicate a side note.
    Imagine me talking to you, (If you’re imagining it, it’s already in parenthesis) let’s just say I’m giving you the dictionary definition of the word reiterate, for instance. I’d be all like “Reiterate means repeat, and it infers that you’re agreeing with someone” In your head you’d be thinking about your favourite Barbara Streisand song, so that would be in brackets, ie: (Is my fave Babs song, Memory, No More tears or is it He touched me, I wonder?) and I’d be mainly like (This guy doesn’t know what reiterate means for shit) and then something like this would happen.

    Davinhci, check this out (You missed it the first time because you accidentally forgot to read what was in the parenthesis, discarding it instead like a true Barbara Streisand fan would) but this is what I typed now that you know how to deal with these tricky little devils… Ready:

    (I get it also is sometimes spelt like this, but a typo would’ve been cooler)

    and yeah I was agreeing with what you said about LadyDane, that’s why I said reiterated, but granted, I fucked up and inserted an extra hyphen, so it threw you into a frenzied whirlwind of paranoid parenthesis avoidance culminating in you deciding I was “Judging” you, which I did not… and still haven’t besides my light hearted treatment of your dubious music predilections.

    Spell your name however you please, I said a typo would’ve been cool (ironic or something)…

    But now you’re upset and you’ve locked yourself in your bedroom listening to the essential collection of you-know-who on full blast…

    Lighten up, Barbara would.

    (Streisand pre-occupation Marklar’s fault, and SouthPark: “Ba bu raaa ba bu raa”)

  137. …yeh yeh “grammer nazis” I get that there was one word too many after the ( ) in the 2nd paragraph, why don’t I get my friend to proof check that shit before I post…?

    On a different (tattoo) note, if they took the song text on a piece of paper than that was their responsibility, but if they said it to him and he dictated wrong then the onus is on the tatt artist. They are both responsible but only one has to deal with it permanently, and the one that gets off is the one that stares at it for those crucial couple of hours…

    Incidentally, I knew a tattoo artist who used to sneak subliminal boobs and skulls and middle fingers etc into the back ground of tattoos on people that he didn’t think much of…

  138. My biggest pain is ‘you’re’ vs. ‘your’, and ‘to’ vs. ‘too’, ‘their’ vs. “they’re” and other similar grammatical errors. Please don’t hate all grammar nazis, we’re not all that bad. I pick on the obvious mistakes, not general sentence structure, I save that for peer grading. Besides, so many Lamebook posts are based on grammar errors… and gives us the opportunity to see the mistake those Lame-os made, and have a laugh.

  139. @Grammarpoliz

    Lame-os’ is plural thus utilizing an apostrophe after the s.


  140. Your you’re own worst enemy, my friend.

  141. holy shit please learn how to use your and you’re properly

  142. oh geez… there are actually SO many pics on this site with people who don’t know how to correctly use “their” and “they’re”… it makes me cringe… ESPECIALLY when it’s tattooed! It’s permanent people, run a spell check before getting inked!

  143. @141… I really hope you were joking.

  144. I don’t get it. Sure it’s understandable to not use spell check when typing on Facebook – big deal. But how do all these people manage to have it permanently put on their skin. You’d think the artist would point out the mistake.

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