Horrible Tattoos For Men
If you are considering getting a tattoo, you should learn about horrible tattoos for men before you make your choice. While it is possible to get a horrible tattoo removed, it is costly and painful. It is obviously better to make a good tattoo choice that you won't regret. Generally speaking, if you think your tattoo is cool and trendy now, it will probably be really lame a few years from now. Remember that you will get old someday and when you have grandchildren, your "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" tattoo is not going to be "ironic" anymore, it will just be a weird, saggy, green turtle on your arm (or wherever). Here are some more examples of horrible tattoos for men that you should avoid at all costs:
- Anything on your lower back. It doesn't matter what the tattoo is. If you are a man and you are getting a tattoo on your lower back, it is automatically going to be lame. A tattoo on your neck and/or face is also a horrible idea. Tattoos on your lower back and/or neck become exponentially more horrible if they are of someone's name, your zodiac sign, a butterfly, a unicorn, or anything involving Old English font.
- Flames. As a rule, flames should not decorate anything (not your car, not your sweatshirt, and definitely not your body). Getting a tattoo of flames is a horrible tattoo idea. If you have a tattoo with flames most people will think that you have either been to jail or that your interests are limited to Nascar racing and Ed Hardy t-shirts. Flames tattoos are a horrible tattoo idea and a major turn-off.
- Characters from video games. Getting a tattoo of Cloud Strife or Samus is a horrible tattoo idea. If you are a gamer in your 20s or 30s, you probably don't want to advertise it with an ostentatious tattoo; not to mention that unless your tattoo is of Mario or Luigi, most people won't even recognize the character (unless, of course, you are at Comic-con). This makes your video game tattoo even more horrible.
- Anything that pertains to pop culture. Again, you will get old someday, and so will your horrible tattoo. If you are in your 20s, you probably won't even know the friends who convinced you to get, "I can has cheeseburger" on your stomach or an ironic mustache on your thumb. While these pop culture references might be funny for a few weeks (maybe even a few years), at some point, you will regret your horrible tattoo.