Friday, June 3, 2011

WTH Were They Thinking

WTH were they thinking is about the random things I have found during the week.  This week is about tattoos.   I don’t object to tattoos, they show individual creativity and personality.  I have a tattoo myself.  It is small and discreet.  I put a lot of thought into it before I got it about thirty years ago.  

Some of the tattoos I have seen lately though are unreal.   Even in a drunken stupor, I can not imagine getting a tattoo like some of these.  Alright, I am not as young as I once was, but still. 


If I woke up and saw that, I would think I was I having a nightmare!



Alright I might have a vivid imagination, but when I saw this one I was picturing someone in a bathing suit and hummingbirds and bees heading for the flower.



I just couldn’t stop laughing at this one!  Definitely a different way to express your Buddhism belief.


I don’t even have words to describe this one.  Again I couldn’t stop laughing but I can’t see anyone showing this in public.


  1. LOL.. oh my no.. not this kind.. not for me.. but they made me laugh too... fun post! Happy Weekend to you! ~

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  3. Oh boy! Are they ever vying for attention from somewhere. I'm in agreement with you ...getting a tattoo shouldn't be something that's a flippant decision. I can see some of these individuals regret their decision years down the road. My daughter has a cute little tattoo on her ankle and she's happy with that. The design she picked has meaning for her and something that will be near and dear to her heart for a lifetime.

    I personally would never get a tattoo because of the toxins (I espouse the organic lifestyle), but I certainly would never place judgment on others for their decision to have one. The pictures you've included here are funny, but very disgusting :o) Perhaps that's the reaction they're looking for and for that ...I'm glad I could make their day! LOL!

    So glad we're Blog Frog buddies! Would love to have you join me on my blog as well!



  4. Oh goodness, they are awful, especially the last one!!!!!! Another blogfrogger saying hi:)

  5. Yuk.....and they think its beautiful? I dont care for tattoos either, but like the small butterflies, or a heart, my daughter has the initials of her two boys on her ankle...thats nice....these are gross.

  6. I have three very beautiful tattoos, that I got in my late thirties, each one thought out and meaningful: a heart and hubbys name(31yrs married); my daughter and I have matching tattoos around our right ankles; and i have a necklace of flowers on my chest (unless I'm wearing a plunging neckline, and thats not going to happen, you can't really see it) ...But I look at 1 and laugh, 2+3 i say okay, but #4 is a "What The &*#%{! Was He/She thinking-and them waking up from their apparent stupor and thinking the same thing, lol!