“Coarage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway.” We can understand the sentiment – it even makes a little bit of sense – but come on, man, get a spell check. And a copy editor. And finally, for what should be the first and last time, tame that armpit hair.
As we suspected, people who have inspirational quotes like “Coarage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway” are using their “coarage” in all the wrong ways and we even have evidence to prove it. Just with one spelling mistake, we can tell this guy is not about to win a Nobel prize anytime soon.
The One That Started Them All
You've probably seen this one before, but in case you haven't, here's one of the original, legendary bad tattoos. The typeface is classy, and the idea presented isn't bad, but the typo's added irony just turns this into a (chef's kiss) masterpiece. No matter what you do in your life, have no regerts.
The phrase is intentionally misspelled as a joke, with the "regerts" spelling often accompanied by a poorly-drawn image of a misspelled regret. The tattoo gained popularity after appearing in a humorous commercial for a tattoo removal service, which portrayed a man with the misspelled tattoo regretting his decision.
If anything, this should serve as a reminder to all tattoo artists out there: please do the right thing and decline a face tattoo. Just spend 15 minutes looking up face tattoos on Google, and you can reasonably conclude that it's an incredibly bad idea, not only for tattoo artists' reputations but also for everyone who gets one.
To state the painfully obvious, when you're getting a tattoo, you're putting something on your skin that will be with you so long that it's basically going to outlive you. So much more so when you're getting a face tattoo! So if you want one, at least go to a decent tattoo artist.
We All Know Who This Is
What do people love more than getting tattoos and piercings? Getting misspelled tattoos that are highly visible and difficult to cover up. Whether they inspire us to not make the same mistakes or completely extinguish our hope in humanity, their lack of common sense always entertains us so much we can't help but feel embarrassed on their behalf.
Honey, it's not fame if a couple of guys have seen the tattoo on your chest. Ah, and we have another misspelling. Throw in the...cheekbone piercing? Two neck piercings? Whatever that painful thing is, we've got a classy gal to bring home to Mom. Don't worry Mom, she's famous. Famously something, anyway.
The Star of the South
Well, we don't even know where to begin, there's lots to talk about here, even though we wish we didn't have to. Okay, so, there are stars in the shape of Australia, which look pretty new, stars recreating the Southern Cross constellation, which looks a bit faded, and a boxing kangaroo, which looks even older.
This guy's clearly proud to be from the land down under. We don't blame him, there is no place in the world like ‘Straya. As the world’s sixth-largest continent, it’s home to wonders like the Great Barrier Reef and the selfie-taking quokka. But would Australia be proud of this guy? Probably not.