While tattoos are certainly an art, sometimes you need to do a little research before going under the needle. Here are our favorite examples of tattoos that don't mean what the person thought they were going to mean.
I mean, maybe he's friends with me after a three-day weekend.
He read Gulliver's Travels and decided he wasn't a Jonathan Swift fan. Ouch, that's harsh.
"So what do you want your tattoo to say?"
"I want it to be the Cookie Monster as a vegetarian, but like, in another language."
Some people get tattoos in honor of a loved ones or to remember an important time in their life.
Then there's these people.
I only have one question. Is there a MRS. HUSBAND HANDS?!
"I'm a coffin dude, he's a coffin dude, she's a coffin dude, we're all coffin dudes yeah!" ”” Good Burger before its very necessary rewrite.
It IS the perfect side dish. Besides all side dishes. You guys, I love side dishes.
TLC's new show lineup sure is...interesting. I'm so glad I paid for cable.
You could've just saved a step and gotten a tattoo of Fabio. But hey, it's your body.
There was a farmer who had a dog tattoo
And Uggo was his name-o!
As opposed to happy diarrhea? Look, if you can't ask the big questions in a photo caption, then where can you?
And the award for World's Greatest Mad Lib goes to...
Sure I love salads. How did you know?
The moral of the story? Think before you ink.