You're looking at the feet of a man who says he'll never have to buy shoes again. That's incorrect, unless he intends to walk around barefoot for the rest of his life. But we admire the spirit. Converse All-Stars will never go out of style. And if they do, this guy can cover up his foot tattoo kicks with... anything but Crocs. Check out some more people with permanent shoes and laces.
The passion of hockey fans is legendary, but everyone knows that wild enthusiasm and permanent ink can be an explosive and regrettable combination. While some emerge with tattoos that are worth cutting the sleeves off their game day jerseys in order to show off, others get five minutes and a game misconduct for flagrant crimes against the sport, good taste and logo designers everywhere.
Credit: The Smoking Gun
We know, "ill-advised forehead tattoo" is redundant. But cut us some slack, we're just so frazzled right now. First we find out Obi-Wan Kenobi got arrested, then we find out God
Himself Herself was pinched by the cops, as you can see above. According to The Smoking Gun, God (nee Jamie Calloway) was arrested on stalking charges. (Turns out God's second coming involves a female corrections officer She fell for during Her prior stint in jail.)
Calloway's forehead tattoo is patently ridiculous, yes. But you have to admire her commitment to the grand crime tradition, something dating all the way back to "think ink" enthusiast Charles Manson and his swastika tat. Since it's best to avoid anyone with a forehead tattoo in real life -- it's the craziest thing, but turns out many people who have them are insane criminals -- we're giving you 10 other mugshots featuring forehead tattoos that you can laugh and puzzle over from the safety of your own home.
All photos were found on The Smoking Gun's incredible archive of forehead-tattoo mugshots, unless otherwise noted. Read More...
Since we unveiled our Comprehensive Guide to the "Jersey Shore" cast's tattoos back in February 2011, a lot has changed. At that moment, the guido gang was on the cusp of jumping from cultural oddity to mega-stardom. Deena was an unknown X-factor and Team Meatball was still what they called Sunday dinner. Now, just over a year later, they're all international celebrities with their own endorsements, fragrances and spin-off shows.
With increased fame and fortune comes more tattoos. Didn't Andy Warhol say that? In classic tatorexic fashion, some of our favorite castmates decided to document this roller-coaster ride with some new ink. While Sammi and The Situation still haven't corrupted their dermis layers (at least, that's what they claim), and it appears Pauly D has just simply run out of room (or he's too busy DJing), there's plenty of new ink to analyze. So here's your updated comprehensive guide to the "Jersey Shore" cast's newest tattoos. Read More...
Above: Victoria's Secret model Emanuela de Paula would like to show you some beach styles. (Guyism)
Ron Burgundy appeared on "Conan" last night to announce "Anchorman 2"
He even played a number on his sissy jazz flute. Paul Rudd and Steve Carrell will be back. It's about damn time. (Deadline)
Clutch Cuts is our morning edition of the best of the web, a diversion from work or something to get you through those hazy minutes between waking up and actually doing something productive. You'll find viral videos, sports, music, ladies, weirdness and miscellaneous nonsense.
Above: Clutch favorite Jennifer Lawrence, one of the stars of soon-to-be box office giant "The Hunger Games." (Esquire)
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Travis Barker got a headpiece honoring his band, Transplants. (ONTD)
The second season of HBO's wildly successful "Game of Thrones" is still about a month away (April 1) but the entire first season is available on DVD as of today. Based on the first book of George R. R. Martin's fantasy series, "A Song of Ice and Fire," "Thrones" has brought a new dimension to the aristocratic "viewpoint" series. What's that you said? All hail Peter Dinklage! Sure! We couldn't go this far into a Thrones post without mentioning our favorite Lannister...OK, our favorite character not named Daenerys Targaryen.
In honor of our favorite medieval fantasy TV show, we've collected one dozen photos of tattoos inspired by "Game of Thrones"/"A Song of Ice and Fire."
Credit: tattooan, ratemyink
Although we actually know a scant amount about UFOs, that hasn't prevented mere humans from devoting scores of books, movies, museums and even tattoos to the enigmatic flying objects. (Although if we knew a lot about UFOs, they would just be called "flying objects.") Our lack of information leaves a lot of room for interpretations of these mystical alien ships. Have a look at our favorite body art takes on these spacecrafts. Be forewarned, the aliens in many of these depictions seem to be abducting an earthling, either for torture or to attend some cool space party.
Credits: mdtattoos; thumbpress
The Academy announced its nominees this morning for Best Picture, Best Director and beyond. The Billy Crystal-hosted ceremony airs on Feb. 26, but we ask now: Will the Best Picture winner inspire a tattoo? We researched tattoos for the past 40 years' worth of Oscar winners and found that a lot of them moved people to get an ink tribute. Check out 15 below, from "The Godfather" to "The Departed." As for this year...a "Moneyball" tattoo? Although the Pitt-led film won't win, there's got to be someone who wants a back piece with a puffy Jonah Hill.
Behold, Ta-Ta-Toos, the temporary tattoos for your ta-tas (their words, not ours. We prefer the name Cleavage Calligraphy). This is not a joke, it's a real thing that you can buy with money.
We're not even going to try to figure out what the pitch meeting was like for this genius combination of skanktastic marketing and raw testosterone, but we'll gladly use the idea as an excuse to draw on some famous boobies--20 of them, to be exact. At the very least, it'll give Van Halen something to sing about for their next reunion in 10 years.