Pittsburgh Steelers fans are serious football junkies. Case in point: the guy that got an awesome full-size replica of the Terrible Towel tattooed in black on his chest. Sure, the Terrible Towels most often waved by fans at Steelers' games are bright gold, but that's really not important right now (and gold wouldn't show up the same way, so hush)...
Most women would run screaming if a guy asked to keep a couple of things at her place after just one date, but not Lesya Toumaniantz. The 19-year-old Russian let her new boyfriend tattoo his name across her face (and from the before pics you can see it was a pretty hot face), along with the words "All for love" above her eyebrow, after only knowing him a few hours.
Sometimes in this life, we are branded by our own indiscretions, which often serve as a cautionary tale for those members of civil society that have not yet crossed over into the wicked world of retail sex, drugs and bad tattoos.
One Converse fan has taken his fascination for the sneaker to the next level. In the photograph above you can see that rather than wear a pair of Chuck Taylor shoes, this man has decided to have them tattooed on his feet.
The worst thing you can do when you’re staring into the judging beam of a police officer’s flashlight is lie to them, whether you did the thing they are accusing you of or not. This is officially worse than that.
If you’ve been seeing more and more people with tattoos lately, you are certainly not imagining things.
According to a Harris Interactive poll of 2,016 adults, currently 21 percent have at least one tattoo. That’s up from 16 percent who reported ink in 2008, and 14 percent who did so in 2003.