OMG, you know what’d be even funnier, Dylan? You get a tatoo that say “It doesn’t say anything, it’s just a picture of a camel on my toe!” Then when peple ask you what your tatoo say, you say “It doesn’t say anything, it’s just a picture of a camel on my toe!” At that point, they look at your toes and call you a liar and stuff, but then you lift up your shirt and they see the words written across your chest and they see they’ve been duped and you both laugh and laugh on into the night!
I picture Dylan as a simple character. One whose tattoo choices need no explanation. And if anyone is foolish enough to ask Dylan about his bodily art endeavors he can simply point to it and loudly proclaim, “TATOO!”
No seriously, the thought of him just childishly yelling “tatoo” when someone asks him about it was a lot funnier to me than the repeated typo. People who can’t spell are a dime a dozen these days. But those who are stupid enough to permanently etch these typos into their body for the world to see are …well, they are also a dime a dozen.
“Mommy, why is the woman in daddy’s tattoo getting card tabled?”
Card tabled: When a woman is on her knees being penetrated from behind while performing oral sex on a man in front of her such that her back is a nice, flat surface on which the two men can play cards.
You know, this debate has come up a lot on Lamebook tattoo posts, but I was really interested to know what you guys would actually do. If you were a tattoo artist, and one of these people with a typo’d tattoo came in… would you point out the typo and ask them if they want the correct spelling? Or would you just go ‘so this is the exact tattoo you want?’ and let them deal with the consequences?
@BritishHobo: Yes this subject has been the topic of conversation in several posts. As a Tattooer if this dumb ass wanted the word tatoo or any other obviously misspelled word on this body for the rest of his life. I would make him/her write out word and ask, “Are you sure?” “Positive?” “Just like this?” Fuck it! Let’s go.
@BritishHobo I have a tattoo artist in the family, and at her upscale shop, they have a waiver that each person signs, that says they are not liable for what the person asks for. so, if they ask for the Chinese symbol for Soup, thinking it means Peace, it’s not the artists fault- that and misspellings, of course.
Liam has minging feet, and it’s not original. I’ve seen a cock on a knee ‘Cockney’, it’s equally as un-funny, and to anyone who doesn’t know what a Cockney is, you just have a little willy drawn on your knee.
Omgg the Honda one reminds me of this dude I saw at a car show last weekend. He had Chevrolet written across his chest and it had racing flags & shit all over it. DUMB. And my old assistant manager has a Honda logo tattoo with a Civic below it. LAME.