If you’re at a loss for what to get your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day, then why not a tattoo? Nothing quite says “I love you” like a permanent reminder on your flesh. There are plenty of tattoos of names (trust me, I know that it’s like Rule #1 of tattoos to not get someone’s name unless it’s a member of your family), so let’s check out some Valentine’s Day tattoos of a different sort. Like this one:
Now isn’t that sweet? Hopeless Romantic. *insert your own joke here*
Aww. Isn’t that romantic?
Hmm. How about this:
OK, so that might not be specifically for Valentine’s Day but it’s in the shape of a heart and includes the word “Love.” That’s enough to qualify in my book.
Hey now…this even says “Valentine.” So, clearly, it fits in the Valentine’s Day tattoos category. While it’s not something I’d personally get…I think it’s spectacular work.
Ahhh. That’s pretty charming. No, I’m not being sarcastic. It’s sweet. It took serious thought. But…if, ya know, things don’t work out, well, it could be kind of a problem.
Ouch. This is pretty cute, actually. Not something I’d necessarily get, of course…but why matching tattoos (other than the words) on each of your feet? Color me confused. But, whatever, there are more important things to address…
…such as the love of bacon. Yes, this qualifies as a Valentine’s Day tattoo in my book because it has a heart. My blog, my rules. Don’t judge me. However — and this is a big however — it has a fork through the middle with what appears to be blood dripping from it and the word “Bacon” in a scroll across the center that I imagine is supposed to actually be a slice of bacon, since it is peeking out from behind the heart. I don’t “get” this tattoo, but hey, who am I to say?
Speechless. Without speech. In fact, speechless and gagging.
Is it even worth mentioning that this isn’t centered properly?
Yeah, probably not. That’s the least of the problems with this tattoo. But, if you think that’s a tragedy, what about this one?
Once again, should I point out that one word looks to be straight while the other veers off at a downward angle? Or ask what’s sticking though the heart? And why it’s uneven? Given the other obvious issue with this tattoo, probably not.