Sep 21, 2010

Bad Tat Tuesday: Guest Edition!

Seems like I have let this little corner of the internettubes go un-attended for awhile, so it is time to get the eyeball bleach out and take another gander at some really bad body art.

Keep the lap belt on and the bar pulled down over your waist, because the ride is about to start!

First out of the chute are two tats from Lynette who keeps the blog Crazed Mind. Thanks very much Lynette, I think...



Lynette tells me this is enigma and katsun (they have been declared the world's strangest couple). I have no disagreement.

Next up is a couple of great ones from Lily at Liliums Realm. Lily actually sent me 5 great tats but due to the length of time this little parade of posts has been in play, the other 3 were repeats.


Beyond awesome, isn't it? Bad art, bad spelling, bad canvas. The trifecta of bad tats!


I can't decide which is worse, the bad hulk image or the body from hell it is on!

Raine from over at True confessions of a single mother sent this one my way:



For those who can't read it, it says "Born To Knit". Raine adds "Those crafters — they’re a tough bunch, as this tattoo illustrates. Don’t mess with them, or you’ll get a knitting needle in the eye."
he he he

Last but not least, a friend who wished to not be identified, sent a link to some food themed tats. Some of these have very good work, but you just have to ask why?


Wow, I understand you're a fan, but where do you turn when that show finally runs it's course and gets canceled?


Awww, Mr and Mrs Sweet Potato. That is true love right there...


What can I choose for a tat that will make me stand out, be a unique individual and state I am here? Why the Pomegranate of course!


"For those of us wrestling with our carnivorous inclinations, there's also a radish on the other arm to balance things out. Is today a pig or radish day? Our answer: every day is pig, but you may disagree."


If you can control yourself, and look just above the jeans, it says "Hot Dawg". You're welcome.


Is Aaron a cupcake, or does he just like cupcakes?


Corn baby! Nebraska born and proud, Go Big Red!! And it's so subtle...


The best of all the artwork in quality is saved for our friend the beet. Often misunderstood in the veggie kingdom, but finally getting props here on an arm/shoulder.

10 comments:

  1. Gosh I never knew that veggies were so important to have them tatted all over the body. I am glad you found my lil mix of extreme tats worth posting too. They were actually introduced to me by my College Girl....when she was 16..........I should have been scared then.

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  2. I kind of like that hog tattoo..Maybe I've just lived in Iowa too long...

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  3. Got this for you:

    http://flatliner718.tumblr.com/post/251638838/back-tits-oh-man-i-heard-things-about-the

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  4. I love beets, but I can't see having them drawn permanently on my body.

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  5. hehehe I just LOVE the one with the sweet potatos. That's love right there. *snort*

    Thanks for posting the ones I found. I kid you not everytime I see one that is off the wall I think of you.

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  6. I can't believe I'm saying this, but that pig tat is beautiful.

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  7. What the hell was that???

    Veggie tats?? Why???

    God bless.

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  8. I really had no idea that there were so many ways to flush your future down the toilet..

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  9. The Aaron I know is no cupcake. More like a urinal cake.

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