And I'm not going to judge your tattoo, either. Unless it's one of these ones. While they're all clearly done by experts who are excellent at their job, I just can't help but wonder...why?
On the bright side, this is an excellent work of tattoo portraiture.
On the other hand, you now have a photorealistic image of Nicolas Cage on your leg forever, so that’s just kind of a whole thing, ya know?
Very straight lines. Very clear lettering. It’s clear what this is supposed to be.
…It’s just completely unclear why someone would want it. Is parenthood somehow intrinsically connected to word search puzzles?
Sure. Get a tattoo of a spider sprawling across your face.
It’s a tattoo you’ll have to explain to your grandkids. And then they still won’t get it.
This is an already-played-out meme that will make approximately zero sense after the Internet has moved onto the next thing in a few months. Better get a tattoo of it!
I’m actually going to go ahead and pretend that this is actually just a close up of a real snake hiding in a shoe because I cannot live in a world where this is a tattoo on a real live human being.
“I wanna get a tattoo of my favorite thing — Red Bull — but, like, I want it to be artistic in some way. I know! How about if it’s a crushed Red Bull can? That’s symbolic. Probably.”
This one seriously gives me the heebie-jeebies. My compliments to the tattoo artist.
My look of incredulity to the man with the arrow in his knee.
I’d like to believe this tattoo is on the same guy who has the Red Bull one.
I’d also like to believe that he just has all of his favorite snacks in various states of disarray tattooed on him.
The detail in this one is so good. It really looks like it could crawl right off this person’s arm.
Alas. It’s there forever.
Sure, maybe you like Stranger Things. But do you like it enough to get a sprawling Stranger Things tattoo across your entire chest? No?
That’s probably for the best.
I’ve looked at this tattoo for a good five minutes now, and while I can’t say that I personally would ever want it, I have to be honest.
I kind of dig it.
If you like Michael Cera enough to tattoo his headshot on your body, might I make a suggestion? Maybe you could just carry his picture around in your wallet or something. It would be just are realistic but significantly less bizarre.
This is another one of the most realistic tattoo portraits I’ve ever seen. Whoever did this tattoo is clearly very talented.
But still. Why?
There are a few things in the world which OxiClean actually won’t get out.
One of them is tattoos. The other is the feeling of regret.
Only ’90s kids will get this tattoo!
Just kidding. I’m a ’90s kid and I legitimately have no idea what’s going on here.
Sometimes we just have to accept things as they are instead of wondering how or why they came to be.
It hurts too much to try and apply logic where there is none to be found.
At least when this guy tells his kids that he has eyes on the back of his head, they’re gonna believe him.
There’s something to that, I guess
He didn’t choose the Bugs life.
The Bugs life chose him.
But then he chose the tattoo. That was his only mistake.
Think about the scenario that led to this. Someone walked into a tattoo parlor and requested a tattoo…of a minion…who is clearly high…in a Buzz Lightyear costume…
And the tattoo artist said yes and made this masterpiece. A true professional, ladies and gentlemen.
I don’t know about you, but I give this tattoo one giant thumbs up.
Thumb up? You get what I mean.
You might need this one explained to you. See, Eazy-E’s name ends in “E,” and E.T.’s name starts with an E. So this is the character of E.T. reimagined as Eazy-E. Get it? Of course you do.
God gave us two ears and only one mouth so that we could get a scary face tattooed on our face and use our own ear as the
I’m pretty sure that’s in the Bible.
Have you ever looked at your knee and thought, “That looks like a cartoon toad’s belly”?
This guy has. And then he took it one step further.
This is the perfect tattoo for people who love wine but don’t want to drink it as much as they just want to pretend to pour it from their arm. It’s a niche market, but it’s there.
Well, that’s one way to pay tribute to Anne Frank, I guess.
I’m not gonna say it’s necessarily a good way. But it’s a way.
Say what you will about this tattoo, but I’m always grateful when I can whether I want to interact with someone after a quick glance at their back. Saves me all kinds of time.
Get it? “Noods” instead of “nudes.”
This would be a clever T-shirt, maybe. But a tattoo that will last forever and ever?! This pun is not good enough for that.
Oh, we’re doing another one of these, huh?
Cool. Cool cool cool.
I’m not really sure what this one is trying to say, but I have to imagine there’s a deeper message here, right?
Please let there be.
The more of these tattoos I see, the less I find I have to say about them.
I’m impressed! But I just don’t get it.
This might be the most impressive one on the list. It is so realistic.
It’s also convenient that Tom Hanks’ face already has the same expression of everyone who sees this tattoo.
“Should we buy the photos of us riding the rollercoaster? No! I have a way better idea!”
Do you, though?
OK. I get it. Kind of.
Although it seems like the Bible isn’t actually the plug; it’s the source of electricity (or whatever). The plug is the plug. Other than that, flawless tattoo. 10 out of 10.
Remember that tattoo we saw earlier of the snakeskin on that person’s leg?
This is so much worse.
And here we have an entire gallery of questionable tattoo decisions.
You know, for when you love two franchises equally, but also want to ruin them both at the same time.
You’ve probably seen plenty of Disney-themed tattoos.
But have you ever seen a Disney-themed tattoo in the shape of Donald Duck? I thought not.
This is pretty incredible work, but I can’t help but think it’d be way less bonkers if this person had gone with this same design for an inanimate object instead of a living, breathing animal. Am I alone in thinking that?
Once again: Acceptable T-shirt.