Ew! Get it off! Get it off!

Patriot Retort: A reader sent this in to me yesterday. One tattoo parlor in Portsmouth, Virginia is lending a helping hand to folks who want to rid themselves of those shameful NFL tattoos.

 

For those who don’t know, a cover-up tattoo is when you creatively hide a tattoo by tattooing something else over it. It’s way cheaper than tattoo removal.

I don’t know about you, but I think this shows some innovative business sense.

But it’s also a great life lesson. Never get an NFL tattoo.

It’s almost as insane as having a girlfriend’s name tattooed on your body.

The other day the New York Post reported that New York Giants player Olivier Vernon basically told fans to pound sand if they disapproved of his kneeling.

more here

 

SNIP! Here are examples of cover-up tattoos:

tattoosme.com

 

blazepress.com

 

 

17 Comments on Ew! Get it off! Get it off!

  1. That quote by Olivier Vernon, whoever the hell he is, just begs for people to drop the NFL like a hot piece of offal. Doesn’t he understand if I walk into a business and get treated like garbage, I will turn around and walk out never to return and spend my money there. It’s the same thing.

  2. Tattoos are like suicide. A permanent solution to a temporary impulse. Think it through. 24 hour rule.
    Works every time it’s tried.

    Sorry. I just have no patience for either.

  3. That’s why I got my MJA FOREVER tattoo on my left butt cheek done in henna. It’ll wash off in the morning and I won’t have to explain it to the missus.

  4. My wife went on vacation with her parents several years ago and came back with a henna tattoo of the sun on her ankle. That’s the closest we ever came to divorce!

  5. These days people tattoo everything on themselves like their skin is a scratch pad.
    I’m heading down today to get my grocery list put down my arm.

  6. NFL Tattoo?
    Ya gotta be shittin me!

    Are there really people that fuckin stupid?

    Oh … uhhh … yeah, I guess so … sorry …

    izlamo delenda est …

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