What NOT to do: Celeb Tattoos

Thinking of getting a tattoo?

Think it through long and hard and make sure you don’t do something you’ll regret later in life. My Top 5 dumbest celeb tattoos include:

  •  Amanda Seyfried – “Minge” on her foot: According to www.thefreedictionary.com  it is Brit taboo slang for 1. (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Anatomy) the female genitals 2. women collectively considered as sexual objects… Nuff said…
  • Britney Spears – 2 Misspelled tattoos: A Kaballah-inspired tattoo on her neck that was supposed to mean “God”, but was done upside down that she had removed and a tat on her hip that was supposed to mean “rebellious” came out “strange”.
  •  Hayden Panettiere – Misspelled Italian tattoo: “Vivere senza rimipianti” which means “live without regrets.” The correct spelling “rimpianti,” no “i” after the “m.”
  • David Beckham – Misspelled wife’s name in different language: You’d think if you had your wife’s name tattood on you arm in a different language, that the person doing the tattooing would do his research properly! Victoria was then spelt “Vihctoria” in Hindi.
  • Steve-O – Tattood himself on erm, himself: Although, yes it was intentional, it was really a silly thing to do. He has clarified his reason though; “I never get a tattoo unless I know it will make somebody smile”.

So, unless you wanna be laughed at, make sure the tattoo you’re getting is one you won’t regret having done in the first place!

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Filed under Celebrities, Tattoos

3 responses to “What NOT to do: Celeb Tattoos

  1. I always laugh at people that cock-up their tattoos. I’m facisnated by tattoo’s but at the moment I have no plans of ever getting one as I change my mind far too often! Great post M! xxx

  2. Magenta

    I love Amanda’s tattoo, but I didn’t know what it meant before O.o

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