7 Reasons You Shouldn't Get That Celebrity TattooBy Damien on September 18, 2013 - 2:35 am |
Tattoos can be a great way to express yourself—instead of writing a poem or finger painting or something, you have ink permanently injected below your skin. It’s really very quaint. But these celebrity tattoos were a bad, bad idea.
Honestly, I don't even know where to begin with this one. Can you imagine what it would be like to know the person who got this tattoo? Do you even dare to guess what their personality is like? What do you think they smell like?
Good lord. Please, if you're considering getting a tattoo of Will Ferrell in full Elf-garb from that utterly terrible movie, remove yourself from the gene pool.
Even Jack Black Would Think This Was a Bad Idea
Tattoos of faces are always hit or miss, mostly the latter—even though this Jack Black tattoo is quite “good”, that is to say, it's an accurate representation of what the man looks like, one must ask the only question possible: why? What would compel you to get a tattoo of Jack Black?
Too Much Daytime Television Will Lead to Bad Things
This tattoo looks pretty much okay, I guess, until you realize who it is: that's Rachel Ray. As in, the television personality. We're guessing that the girl with the tattoo has never met her.
Think Bono is a douchebag? Imagine what the person with a tattoo of Bono's face must be like.
There's Something Wrong Here...
Oh, where to begin. Just where to freaking begin.
First of all, that's not Bob Marley.
It's Jimi Hendrix.
Get it together dude, jesus christ. Furthermore, the fact that not only the recipient of the tattoo didn't notice this glaring error, but the tattoo artist didn't catch it either is truly bizarre.
BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE
If you get a Billy Mays tattoo, you must be either insane or really, really liked OxiClean.
Is This Brilliant or Terrible?
Brilliant: Weird Al makes songs that parody other songs, so this is kind of like a tattoo that parodies other tattoos. It's very “inception”.
Terrible: It's still Weird Al, who hasn't been relevant since... ever.