Couple's tattoos always seem like a bad idea, but these creative duos found a way to make it work.
Sometimes it blows our minds to see how popular tattoos are. People are covering their bodies with near-indelible inks, not wondering if they'll change their mind, or if the tats will look good later in life. Even worse? That they pay decidedly untalented and unintelligent people to ink these permanent pieces on their bodies. These cringeworthy tattoos may serve as a cautionary tale for anyone who was thinking about getting tatted on a whim. Be very, very careful.
Got an unsightly surgery scar that you wanna jazz up? Bam! Fishbone! We've seen our fair share of really not great tattoos. Bad tattoos are a dime a dozen. But these are flippin' cool. Here are a bunch of clever ways people used tattoos to cover up and repurpose scars and birthmarks into cool looking artwork.
Comedian Elijah Daniel, also the author of an Amazon best selling Donald Trump erotic fiction, told twitter for 5,000 retweets he'd get the graphic image tattooed on his leg and he 100% did. Obviously the graphic tattoo isn't for everyone, but check it out if you want to see Daniel's vision of presumably what he described in his erotic tale, "Trump Temptations: The Billionaire & the Bellboy".
And if that is not tremendous enough for our readers, then perhaps these tremendous Trump memes will help build that wall of solitude around our feelings.
Oh, the humanity! We spend hours and hours trawling the deep corners of the web for fun stuff for you all to gaze upon. Every now and then, however, we come across pics or videos that make us wonder why we bother with this "life" thing at all. Here's some of the content that makes us wish the asteroid would hurry the f*ck up.
FINALLY, you might be able to grab some organic kale and get a tattoo of it right there at the store. It's such a pain to have to carry it all the way to a separate tattoo parlor.
According to USA Today, Whole Foods is launching a "Millennial-focused" branch of stores called Whole Foods 365. The plan is to attract a younger crowd by lowering prices and inviting other businesses into the stores to offer more than just groceries.
What kind of other services will they have? Maybe a bicycle repair shop, a record shop, a craft brewery or even a tattoo parlor. These are merely some of the stereotypical "Millennial" things they have suggested or implied on the website asking established and start-up independent businesses to partner with Whole Foods.
The stores begin opening in May with plans to open 10 by October 2017.