Adopting a rescue dog is a noble thing. These dogs have often been through serious abuse and neglect. But they can become your new best friend.
This was certainly the case with these two. Chris Mendiola adopted Bear in 2010 and they quickly became besties. But there was something about Bear that bothered Chris...
Some jerk had given Bear a tattoo. Chris could not abide that level of cruelty to his dog.
So he jumped into action.
And he got the same tattoo as Bear! He was proud of his tattoo and his new bond with Bear, so he posted about it on social media.
And that's where the truth came out.
The tattoo was a way for people to know that Bear had been fixed. Often times, vets will place a small tattoo on the dog, so that future owners won't send it in for an unnecessary surgery. This is what it looks like on a female dog.
Unfortunately, the pics made it to reddit. The online community treated Chris' tattoo with understanding and compassion. Just kidding. They were brutal.
In the end, however, Chris got a permanent bond with his best bud. I'd say he came out on top.
However, the same cannot be said for these tattoos...
Um, no. I think we're all juging you right now.
Also, that's not God. That's the grim reaper. Know your supernatural deities, bro.
You sure showed, Andy! Personally, I would have just modified the tattoo to say "Andes." I love those delicious mint-chocolate treats.
Why is this tattoo so regrettable? Because NO ONE MESSES WITH RAY ROMANO AND LIVES TO TELL THE TALE.
"A" for the message. "D-" for the execution. It will get better when you get that thing lasered off.
What is the bigger mistake? Spelling Gwen Stefani wrong? Or going to see Theory of a Deadman?
Dad's aingel. But definitely not the teacher's pet.
At least not the English teacher.
Okay, a lot to unwrap with this one...
1) "It's is my life" are not the correct lyrics.
2) His name is Jon Bon Jovi.
3) If you are going to get a Bon Jovi lyric tattooed onto your body, IT HAD BETTER BE FROM A SONG OFF SLIPPERY WHEN WET.
Let's end on a positive not.
Finally, a regrettable tattoo turned into a piece of art. Marge Simpson makes everything better.