These People Should Have Thought Twice About Their New Tattoo

People Should Have Thought Twice About Their New Tattoo

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People Should Have Thought Twice About Their New Tattoo

Most tattoo wearers are aware of the oh-so-familiar arguments against being inked: you’ll regret it, you’ll grow tired of looking at it, you’ll detest how it looks as you get older, etc. Check out these, um, not-so-successful tattoos to learn what not to do at the tattoo parlor. There are times when listening to that disapproving aunt might be the smart thing to do.

Excuse Me, There’s Something On Your Face

Although we may not subscribe to the “but what will it look like when you’re seventy” school of thought, honestly, consider the plight of the grandkids! The spider isn’t going anywhere, so anyone who interacts with him frequently best get over any arachnophobia they might have quickly. Maybe this was a bad request for a Spider-Man tattoo? The artist mistakenly believed that this man wanted to actually become Spider-Man rather than drawing Spider-Man.

Excuse Me, There's Something On Your Face

This may also be among the best illustrations of a tattoo that should be discussed with a significant other before being done. “Nice Halloween face paint, darling!” Not face paint, that is.

That’s Not Cardi B

Some fans simply can’t get enough of their preferred musician, so they can elevate their level of admiration by purchasing a permanent homage. In this guy’s instance, he wants to draw attention to Cardi B, one of the most captivating rappers in New York City. Although the Bodak Yellow star would undoubtedly be touched by this expression of love, the artwork itself is very unimpressive.

That's Not Cardi B

It is debatable if this tattoo is identical to that of Cardi B or that of the illustrious diarist, Anne Frank, as one flippantly pointed out in a response to the photo.

Mom’s Wise Words Backfire

Most people would concur that mothers are the best decision-makers, especially when it comes to their children making rash choices that they might later regret. Mom’s advise in this situation has disastrously backfired because it unintentionally served as the idea for the tattoo. We hope that mom can also find the humor in this because we honestly believe it’s rather creative. The text message’s spelling was at least correct when it was imprinted on the skin!

Mom's Wise Words Backfire

Let this serve as a warning to all mothers that no matter where you send a message to your children, it can end up. The internet is, as they say, written in ink!

The Recipient Was Feeling Chirpy After This Rescue

A skilled tattoo artist has thankfully repaired what appeared to be one of the worst attempts at a blackbird (and framed mirror, for that matter). This is unquestionably the tattoo equivalent of snatching victory from the jaws of defeat. This is the ideal illustration of why it’s acceptable to interrupt a tattoo artist mid-session if you have concerns about the artistic direction, or in this case, lack thereof.

The Recipient Was Feeling Chirpy After This Rescue

Either that, or the initial incarnation of the ink was really a rough draft of an idea for something more permanent. Whatever the case may be, we are just happy with the outcome!

Let’s Hope Nobody From Sacramento Sees This

Although tattoos are now commonplace in most of the Western world, their roots are largely tied to particular tribes and civilizations. Traditional Polynesian tattoos, for instance, are extremely significant in Polynesian culture and are also well-known worldwide for their distinctive, detailed design (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is a renowned model). This illustration demonstrates how various geographical areas have their own ink-related stylistic traditions. Sacramento, Calif. Well.

Let's Hope Nobody From Sacramento Sees This

Sacramento is the one place in California where this won’t be funny, but we couldn’t possibly comment. Which is worse, the tattoo’s typographical error or its overall poor quality? No comments.

This One Will Make You Howl

We assume that this client departed the studio less than pleased with their new mark, unless the tattoo artist had a very specific request to create a wolf that seemed scared of its own howl. The amusing part is that the majority of the composition, the distant landscape aspects, isn’t that horrible. The wolf’s look sets off the comedy the most. Why does he appear to be so concerned?

This One Will Make You Howl

The good news for the owner of this tattoo-to-forget is that there is still enough room around the wolf’s face for a competent artist to clean up the mess and stop any further screams of laughter.

Running From The Wolves

There must be a reason why wolves are challenging to depict aesthetically in a tattoo. Is it their infamous sidelong gaze? Their composed yet dangerous exterior? Whatever the case, before permanently inking someone’s skin once more, this artist needs to spend a bit more time studying the pack. Even if this tattoo’s overall quality is subpar, the wolf cub—or is it a badger?—is what has us in stitches.

Running From The Wolves

This reminds me of getting a tattoo of buying something online that looks amazing on the model in the picture, only to have it arrive and look like a dishcloth.

Is That A Jackson Pollock?

Is That A Jackson Pollock?

This tattoo, or tattoos, are undoubtedly of bad quality, but they may also be the most disorganized we have ever seen. Why the unicorn and the perplexed-appearing love hearts? Undoubtedly, we will never know.

It’s Time To Face The Music

No matter how dubious (or awful) a tattoo may be, there is typically a rhyme or reason. Although the execution may be subpar, it is usually obvious what was intended. Not much in this instance. We’ve been gazing at this monster for a while, and we still don’t understand it. The placement of this tattoo on the torso makes it even more terrible to look at because it’s difficult to conceal half of the face.

It's Time To Face The Music

Even in the best of times, getting a tattoo on your face is a risk, therefore the risks are higher than for other parts of your body. Sadly, permanent ink does not respond to Ctrl+Alt+Del!

Is It A Bird, Is It A Former President?

At least the individual had the guts to publish this “interesting” tattoo in the hopes that someone would want to cover it up. There are probably a lot of individuals out there that adore this SuperTrump piece of art, but obviously not the owner, who considers it to be an error. Mr. Trump would undoubtedly swoon over having those abs. He would also be content with that jawline.

Is It A Bird, Is It A Former President?

This is a prime illustration of why getting a political tattoo—especially of a living person—is never recommended. Regardless of how much we may love them at the time, people will always make errors. to put it mildly.

Don’t Look At It Directly!

If you’re going to have a tattoo centered around perfect circular shapes, like moon phases (we think that’s what they’re supposed to be), it’s kind of important that the circles are actually… round. To be fair, tattooing on a limb isn’t the easiest job, given the uneven terrain, but this is especially terrible. Not only are the moons a funny shape, but the eclipse shadow is all over the place.

Don't Look At It Directly!

Maybe the tattoo artist was hoping they’d eventually manage a perfect circle, although it seems even nine attempts weren’t enough. It’s fine, this person can just tell their grandkids these are Oreo cookies.

Gotham Probably Doesn’t Need A Hero Like This

Our first impression of this slightly scrawny version of the caped crusader is that it’s a kid’s drawing that’s been made permanent by a proud parent. If that’s the case, then we get it. Sort of. If this is designed by a grown-up, however, we have far less sympathy. There’s something quite menacing about the set of razor-sharp teeth in Batman’s wide-open mouth. He’s supposed to be a bat, not a shark, right?

Gotham Probably Doesn't Need A Hero Like This

Also, we can’t stop looking at his wonky ears — not a good look for the dark knight. We’d love to see what Christian Bale’s reaction would be had he been given this suit…

No One’s Idea Of A Happy Meal

This might be one of the most bizarre concepts for a tattoo we’ve ever seen. This re-imagined Ronald McDonald is giving serious Heath Ledger ‘Joker’ vibes and, to be honest, it looks like something out of a horror movie. Who knew that the mascot of the largest fast-food chain in the world was so jacked? Presumably, he isn’t eating burgers all day every day. Or perhaps that’s the secret to a six-pack? 

No One's Idea Of A Happy Meal

To make things worse, those french fries poking out of Ronald’s underwear look very questionable. If we collected our McDonald’s order and the fries looked like that, we’d definitely be asking for a refund!

Has Anyone Seen Brenda?

Oh, Brenda. You must be a very special lady indeed. Even though this tattoo is verging on the creepy or psychotic, there are at least romantic undertones. Right? We’re pretty sure we speak for everyone when we say that we hope this guy and Brenda never break up, or that could be a pretty awkward reveal for his next partner. Unless, of course, that next partner was also called Brenda.

Has Anyone Seen Brenda?

The tattoo artist responsible for this must find themselves writing “Brenda” in their sleep, unable to dream of anything else by the name they had to ink hundreds of times.

When You Have Eyes In The Back Of Your Head

Anyone with kids will know that convincing them that you have eyes in the back of your head is a very effective way of getting them to behave when no one’s looking at them. Perhaps this was the thinking behind this slightly bizarre tattoo. In fairness to the tattoo artist, the accompanying haircut isn’t doing much to enhance the artwork, which is actually incredibly realistic and pretty well done.

When You Have Eyes In The Back Of Your Head

If there’s a sentimental reason for this piece then it certainly doesn’t rank as one of the most tragic tatts on this list, but we just can’t get beyond the back-of-the-head placement.

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

This is what you call a terrible idea done well, as the execution of the design is excellent but the concept is… well, we have no idea why you’d want a sneaker permanently inked to your foot. Plus, who’s going to tell him that a pair of Chuck Taylor Converse is cheaper than the substantial amount of tattoo time? That’s not to take away from the craftsmanship of this artwork, which is pretty rad.

Putting Your Best Foot Forward

The owner of this ink might run into difficulties when visiting households with a “shoes off” policy. How do you convince someone that your sneakers are in fact an elaborate tattoo? Good luck.

Finding Direction In Life

Spelling mistakes are bad enough, but when the entirety of a tattoo concept is a compass then surely getting the directions correct is your first priority? Getting East and West mixed up is arguably forgivable (although it’s permanent ink here, guys) but not knowing North and South? Wow, that’s pretty impressive. Fortunately, it’s unlikely this lady’s compass will ever get her lost since she can’t see it in the first place!

Finding Direction In Life

The good news? A decent tattoo artist could fix this pretty easily. Whether locating the tattoo studio will be a problem is another question…

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