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The perfect gift for Moth's Day.
The other foot damn well better have Carl Carlson on it.
Of course his mom had to spend the family Christmas money to get the tattoo removed.
Rest assured, I was on the internet within minutes, registering my disgust throughout the world.
Let me tell you about another 'crazy guy.' He had long hair and some wild ideas, and he didn't always listen to what people said was right. And that guy's name is ... I forget. But the moral of the story is ... I forget that too.
The only thing more hardcore would be a tattoo that says "Seasons 3-8 for life."
I commanded the Flying Hellfish, the fightingest squad in the fightingest company in the third-fightingest battalion in the army.
Shortly after this picture was taken, his mom had to spend all of his family's Christmas money to get it removed.
Most insane Simpsons tattoo we've ever seen.
How many Simpsons tattoos do you think there are worldwide?
"You guys don't have enough Simpsons references." In our defense, this is the second tattoo of Blinky we've posted.
The Simpsons' influence over a generation cannot be overstated.
Pretty cool Simpsons tattoo, though I would rather get Bart on a skateboard saying "Eat my shorts."
The best thing about tattoos is they go away when they aren't funny anymore!
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