Remember Vanilla Ice? The king of cheesy rap in the early 90s? Yeah, he’s still around. And while he may not be topping the charts anymore, he’s still making us laugh with his outdated fashion sense and cringe-worthy tattoos. Who could forget his hit single “Ice Ice Baby”?
It’s been over 30 years and we still can’t get that “dun dun dun dun dundundun” out of our heads. But Vanilla Ice is more than just a one-hit-wonder. He’s also a home renovation expert, having starred in his own show where he flips houses. That’s right, Vanilla Ice is now a handyman. Who would have thought?
Under the Sea
So, you're thinking of getting a "Little Mermaid" tattoo? That's fin-tastic! But before you go all Ariel and dive in headfirst, let's take a look at what you're getting yourself into. First things first, make sure your tattoo artist has some familiarity with the movie so their design looks at least a little convincing.
While you could go for a realistic portrait of your chosen character, this guy decided to go for a more... basic interpretation. We can tell it's from "The Little Mermaid" but it looks more like a children's drawing than anything. Hopefully, this doesn't sour anyone's memories of this beloved children's movie.
Loss of Dignity
The original post on Reddit.com said this tattoo is meant to symbolize loss. That might be the case, but let's be real here, anything can symbolize anything but if it looks like someone scratched tally markings on a bathroom stall, it is not going to get the intended meaning across.
Perhaps the funniest part of symbolic tattoos is when people try to explain them to others. "These squiggly vertical lines with one horizontal line going right through represents loss in my life." Okay, that may very well be the case, but to everyone else, it looks like a messy doodle.
Baby Yoda Drinks Busch
Have you seen Baby Yoda? He's the cutest thing in the galaxy. With his big, adorable eyes and tiny little body, he's captured the hearts of Star Wars fans everywhere. But this little guy isn't as cute as we'd expect, he's holding a glass of Busch which is decidedly not so adorable.
That's not even the worst thing about this tattoo! Just look at the placement. The potential for a cute tattoo of baby Yoda has very much been ruined for us. Nothing says regret more than a tattoo of baby Yoda on your behind while he's holding a drink meant for adults.
So this person decided to get a tattoo of Jack Skellington and Sally from "The Nightmare Before Christmas"? Well, she better be ready for some strange looks and comments from people who don't quite understand the appeal of a bony, grinning skeleton with a flair for theatrics.
At least she doesn't need to worry too much, "The Nightmare Before Christmas" is actually pretty popular among fans of the movie and so many people might recognize it. This movie seems to be the perfect mix of creepy and charming, which is probably why this person decided to place these tattoos on such a visible spot.