With July 4th coming up, a lot of us are getting in the patriotic spirit with firework GIFs and festive food. But you know what? Celebrating 'merica doesn't only have to happen once every July. These people are showing off their patriotism year round!
Of course we know tattoos are permanent, which means the tattooed should usually opt for a design they wouldn't mind having well into their twilight years. Luckily for us though, a lot of people don't think that through and go for the weird. Like, really weird.
Since tattoos are permanent and all, it's pretty important to choose a design you'll want to have for the rest of your life. The thing is, sometimes people don't exactly think about the whole 'forever' part of inking, and that's where hilarity comes prancing in.
Chris Brown, well-known for being such a classy guy, is now sporting a rather large neck tattoo of a lady's face. It's maybe some kind of half-lady/half-sugar skull, or possibly a Lizardwoman monster-thing. Like most neck tattoos, it is of dubious quality, so it's difficult to say exactly what it is. Some folks think it bears a remarkable resemblance to Rihanna. Check it out up close.
Most kids, especially boys, love temporary tattoos. (They're second only to, say, stickers.) But the toddler in this video seems to have some serious regret over his ink and cries out in despair. It's okay, buddy. It'll come off with rubbing alcohol. We promise.
Celebrity obsession is something that happens all the time in our culture, especially when it comes to teen icons such as Miley Cyrus. Heck, there are TV shows devoted to it. However, this guy took it to a new level, covering parts of his body with 15 tattoos dedicated to the 19-year-old superstar.
Daniel Tosh's brand of humor may not appeal to everybody, but he sure does a have a few fans out there. And when you know it's a tattoo story, you just know it's going be a bit crazy. A female fan has tattooed the face of Daniel Tosh -- the stand-up comedian and host of 'Tosh 2.0' -- on her ass. Don't believe it? She even had video cameras in the studio while she was getting tatted.
It seems inevitable that one day man and phone will become one. At some point in the future, we will make calls by thinking about the person we want to talk to and then listen to their voice through a chip in our ear. But is that future closer than we think?
Kristen Bell has some fun with her clean cut image in a 'Funny or Die' clip in which she reveals that she actually has 223 tattoos, and because of this she requires about fourteen hours in make-up before performing her duties as a seemingly ink-less actress. Who knew Veronica Mars was such a wild girl?
There's nothing wrong with an inspirational tattoo, but a spelling error can mean a lifetime of regret and ridicule. A Huffington Post reader recently submitted a photo of himself which shows brand-new ink that should have read "Believe and Achieve." However, it's missing several letters in crucial places. Next time, consult a dictionary first, pal.
If you spend a decent amount of time on the Web, you've probably seen Rick Genest, aka Zombie Boy, known for the intricately detailed tattoos that cover his entire body.
But we bet that even if you're familiar with Genest, this makeup commercial will still surprise you, if only because it's pretty cool to see what he looks like without all that crazy ink.
So you survived the great Northeast earthquake of 2011, now what? You're going to want people to know you were there when it all went down. How about a tattoo?
That might sound a bit too permanent, but that's exactly what Jonathan Berg of Brooklyn got on his torso the day after the quake. Tattoo artist Joe Khay of Citizen Ink in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn originally advertised the tattoo he designed