how do you know these people’s lame tattoos aren’t the fault of the tattoo artist.
i’m a big fan of physics, and specifically those physicists at the vanguard of discoveries in the field of atomic structure. accordingly, once i’d saved up enough money from work (it took me six months of wearing a sandwich board), i went to the ink parlour and asked for a full-scale rendering of the famous danish physicist niels bohr on my back.
unfortunately there were crossed wires. i didn’t take in a picture, so the tattoo artist had to google the guy. he printed off a snap of ernst roehm, and since the night before, during an opportunist, perhaps slightly foolhardy, attack i’d been sprayed with mace in the eyes, i couldn’t clearly see the picture he was showing me. so i just nodded to him. i was a bit scared of needles, so i wanted him to get the job over and done with as soon as possible.
the upshot is a have a 12 by 8 inch tattoo of a fat, gay nazi on my back.
i still took some photos and uploaded them on to facebook though, because in spite of the unfortunate nature of my ink, tattoos make you look fucking hard, and i wanted everyone on facebook to think i was really fucking hard.
Dukey, who the hell is Wallace? alord mentioned the name today in reference to another poster, and I thought he was being complimentary. Obviously it wasn’t a compliment. Eh, I liked what that poster had to say. This one has rubbed you the wrong way, hey, my man? I must’ve missed that.
well i must say you americans sure can be vile to one another. but as for the first picture elizabeth’s tattoos are indeed correct i study the chinese language at University College London and am more than 100 percent sure that the tattoo does mean what she says they mean. now this destroy lad thats just some poor attention to detail and fecht honestly could have been a lack in spelling or the artist just mis read it.