Sent in by Brendan S. from West Palm Beach, FL.
Send us your bad paid-for tattoos!
Posted at 6:45PM on September 2nd 2013 by Anonymous
i knew someone who had the tattoo "No Mercy" tattooed on his forearm but the idiot forgot to put the R so it said No mecy LOLOLOL
Posted at 6:37PM on September 2nd 2013 by the shadow
I love pics and drawing but my body is not a blackboard, number one source for drawing.
Posted at 6:28PM on September 2nd 2013 by janice
#124. I am scarred for life!
Posted at 5:55PM on September 2nd 2013 by C
I love the radiator, it's gorgeous.
Posted at 5:54PM on September 2nd 2013 by Athena
Photo #1: No, it's not a furnace, for pity's sake--it's a beautifully rendered image of a 1900's-era steam radiator. At least do the most basic of research if you're going to get paid for an article....(Ye Gods!)
Posted at 5:15PM on September 2nd 2013 by oh
If on my death bed my biggest regret is the tattoos I have, I'd be really proud of the life that I have lived. Maybe some other people will be thinking about how they wish they weren't so worried about what other people have done with their bodies. I never will care what people think of any of the tattoos I have gotten because they have nothing to do with anybody else. I also like the people saying that people looking at this who have tattoos need to get a life, because obviously having ink in my skin makes it so I can't look at the same things as people who don't. If that applies to me, it probably applies to you as well.
Posted at 5:09PM on September 2nd 2013 by Eunice
One man wolf pack was a pretty sweet tattoo!!x)
Posted at 5:03PM on September 2nd 2013 by Tracy
Cherilyn, you're absolutely right, but unfortunately people who judge others for having tattoos are also so busy judging the rest of the world, based on THEIR standards of how people should live, that they can't see their own ignorance and self-righteousness for what it is: a failure to be happy with themselves, a fear of anything different that may threaten their narrow view of the world around them. They are the sheep of the world that show us that humans are much uglier on the inside than they believe a few tattoos are on the outside.
Posted at 4:33PM on September 2nd 2013 by steve
AND what is it with you and your "red squiggly line" comment. It is apparent you are not a comedian as well as having no clue about basic house hold items!
Posted at 4:22PM on September 2nd 2013 by steve
Its not a furnace, smart guy... its a radiator!
Posted at 4:20PM on September 2nd 2013 by charles sand
tatoos depend on the individual. some appear fine, while others I wouldn't put on my Dog. really stupid.. Once you have it on, there is no erasing it, unless you want some plastic surgery. THINK THREE TIMES, BEFORE DOING IT., AMD WHAT PART OF YOUR BODY DO YOU WANT IT. FEMALES DON'T LOOK NICE WITH IT. IT IS TO HARD LOOKING. UNLESS YOU CAN COVER IT UP WITH CLOTHING.
Posted at 3:31PM on September 2nd 2013 by Kate
It's Hello Kitty's bow.
Posted at 3:23PM on September 2nd 2013 by maddy
personally i love the Beatles tattoo. i dont encourage tattoos but if you're going to get one you may as well get one of the greatest rock band of all time!
Posted at 3:08PM on September 2nd 2013 by Will Sterrie
Looks like burnt onion rings
Posted at 3:08PM on September 2nd 2013 by john
I know someone who had a small engine lawn mower repair business and has ink of, yes, a lawnmower on the side of his "cue ball" head. Not really something I'd choose to be proud of but there's no telling. He must be really impressed with the noise, oil and grease because there can't be much of a living in it. He's since closed the shop after less than a year auctioning out but still has something to remember the experience by... for a VERY, VERY long time be it good or bad one. Not my place to judge, just laugh at the stupidity of the human race in general.
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