It's no secret that I'm a huge fan of 'Star Wars'. In fact, I'm such a huge fan, I've been wanting to get a tattoo of one of the greatest villains in movie history - Darth Vader. Well, while surfing the net for some pictures for reference, I stumbled across some of the most amazing tattoos by other 'Star Wars' fans that you'll ever see.
I've noticed lately that more people have tattoos than ever before, especially women. It should be no surprise then that a beauty contestant would have them as well. However, it's been almost 'taboo' for a so called beauty queen to have a tattoo, at least one that is visible, until now that is. Miss Kansas, Theresa Vail is making headlines because of her refusal to cover her rather large tattoos d
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.
Is it just us, or does it seem like sloths are getting more popular lately? Baby versions, ones with Skrillex hair-- you name it, it's out there. They've been around for thousands and thousands of years, but maybe it's one of those things where people are just now understanding the little guys. Whatever the case, there are zero complaints on our end since they're so ridiculously cute.
Some species eat their young. In North Carolina, they just ink them.
Last month, the Havelock Police Department arrested Odessa Clay, 30, for giving her 11-year-old daughter a small, heart-shaped tattoo on her shoulder. Clay now faces one count of tattooing a person under the age of 18 because apparently it is against the law for anyone to tattoo a minor in the state of North Carolina, even if the
Many people are turning to tattooing in order to put their medical wishes permanently on their body. However, is this legal and will First Responders pay attention to such tattoos? While they may offer you some peace of mind it's probably not going to help you when there is an emergency.