I think the tattoo says “beautiful”
I’m wondering how they both are in the same household together, people on house arrest are on parole or probation, right? and I’m pretty sure you always have to report an address that you’re living at under either circumstance, and correct me if I’m wrong, but don’t they frown on you living with other criminals? And by frown on, I mean, not allow it?
That tattoo is an ambigram – meaning that it says ‘Beautiful’ in one way and something else when turned 180° – the thing is, I’ve drawn a few of these but I can’t figure out the other meaning, it’s so badly done.
@Cox, upside down, it says “disaster” (I know someone with the same tattoo) I think it’s a dumb idea, because you can’t, at least I can’t, tell what it says upside down, you can barely tell what it says as is, unless someone tells you what it is.
I registered on this site just to say that she has the ugliest feet I have ever seen. If mine looked like that I would wear socks all the time so no one would see them. I’d even wear socks while taking a shower and at the beach.
Even after being told what the tattoo says, I still can’t make it out. I can sort of see “beautiful” going one way, but I can’t see “disaster” at all. Maybe the word itself isn’t there, it’s just that the tattoo itself is a disaster?
Sensible Madness, I can’t either. I’ve been trying to see it, but maybe it says something else or there are small lines connecting that we can’t see. Whatever the case is, the tattoo artist should be shot.
I’ve been thinking a lot about the earlier comment regarding people with ugly feet = criminals. I think there needs to be a scientific study done on this. Everyone I know with ugly feet also has a criminal record. People with nice feet, no criminal record. Things that make you go “hmmmm”.
It looks like Michelle has had someone come along and cut her toes off to roughly the same length. Just one swift ‘snip’ and she had ugly toes that were all too short and the same size. Someone get this woman a toe transplant!
A good friend will bail you out of jail, where as a true friend will be sitting beside you saying ‘damn! that was fun’!
@ Ugh: I have ugly feet. Im not gonna even lie. My husband says I have monkey toes. It doesn’t help that I pick things off the floor with my toes but anyhow. Im not bending over to pick the 50,000 things the kids have strewn across the floor. Also years of stuffing my feet into steel toe boots and working at a damp, nasty brewery have also made my feet worse. LIke that one time I stood in a puddle of the caustic cleaner (they use it to clean the bottles) and ended up with a chemical burn on the soles of my feet. :O That was the night my husband almost kicked me out of bed for scratching my feet. He bought me new boots that weekend. No more bread bags in my boots for me after that. And yes I was too cheap to buy new ones, cause the company was supposed to buy me new ones. Anyhow as ugly as my feet are Ive never ever commited a crime. No petty stealing as kid either. So Im the ugly footed exception to that rule.
Thats pretty funny. But whats with all the foot lovers on here?! she has ugly feet? feet are feet, they’re for walking and kicking, cant say i’ve ever met a chick and thought “she’s hot but i better check her feet to be sure”…
Cox, I’m not really up on the laws dealing with conjoined twins (do they get two birth certificates, 2 social security numbers, etc). I would think they do since they have separate brains and personalities. Plus I remember a Siamese uh, pair that got married to two different girls (imagine that honeymoon). Would that be bigamy? I’m pretty sure the people in the picture are not conjoined twins (I think conjoined twins are always of the same sex anyway), but supposing they were, I would think it would unfair to only put the bracelet on one of them. I realize it wouldn’t be necessary and it’s not like one would get very far without the other, but since when does the law make sense?
I don’t think the “consorting with a known felon” rule applys if they were already married, and I didn’t think that many felonies could land you on house arrest (unless you’re a celebrity of course), and if that’s their house and they both ened up on house arrest I don’t see how the law could require them to be separated. Where would the other go?
@Insane I think she already got a toe transplant. They couldn’t find a big toe that was more appropriate in terms of size as compared to the other toes. That’s why her foot looks like it’s doing a “thumbs up”!
I have a foot tattoo. It doesn’t look like shit though. I think this photo’s lovely. I’m going to go out, find a criminal boyfriend with a creepy affection for The Little Mermaid, commit a crime (Bonnie & Clyde styleeee), get put under house arrest and take a picture to show all you jealous haters. Then when we finally get the tags taken off, I’m going to ask if I can keep one, to use either as my baby’s christening bracelet, or as a cock ring. Haven’t decided which yet.
hahahaha betcha families are sooo proud of you two, showing the world wot outstanding pillars of your community you are.
next time try _buying_ your ankle bracelets, the ones jewellers’ sell a lot sexier than those plastic electronic ones you get from the home office..
@WallOfMountingStuff – It doesn’t take much to confuse me this time of the morning, but congrats, you did it. I think “Me” actually admitted that she has ugly feet. I don’t have ugly feet, but they aren’t “foot model” material.
Her feet look lovely to me, I don’t get why you think her toes look strange. I think they look much more conventionally beautiful than those women who have toes all different lengths with the one after the big toe being super long. She’s bracing her foot on his, also, so that is why it looks curved and the toes are a little tensed.
There is something sweet about this. Until, you know, I found out that the crime they committed together was raping a horse or something.