Monday, March 1, 2010

Ditz Blitz

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  1. lol

  2. Seriously, the last pic. At least “Your stronger” is a common mistake, but “your think”? Come on, people.

  3. Ah… Classic Soup! I have a Kanji symbol tattoo and went to an Eastern diner to ask if it said what I wanted it to – they thought they were being very funny pointing to a dismembered prawn while snickering…

  4. @35~ Shut up. A responsible inker will ask if a spelling/grammatical error is intended and state WHY they are asking. Not just a lame “you sure you want ‘you” there twice?” and leave it at that vague statement. You may think you know a lot of inkers and that + the internetz makes you a credible font of knowledge of ALL inkers, but it doesn’t. The 3 your know doesn’t even begin to cover the amount in the world.

  5. Ooh, look. Another string slagging off Tattoo artists/inkers/victims on Lamebook. How unusual.

    @BritishHobo 31: At least Alisha knows what the ‘blinkers’ are for on a car, so she can’t drive a BMW. I don’t think they even bother wiring those little suckers up in the factory… Either that, or she’s even more dense than we’ve giver her credit for; Blinkers are used on horses to make them go strait, not jump all over the place when they spook.

  6. DivineMonkeyTrigger

    It is my observation that tattoo artists utilise spellchecks at roughly the same level that the average moron utilises the auto focus feature on a digital camera. However two spelling mistakes on one tatt and it seems like we have ourselves a sadistic tattooist.

  7. Ok, I’m Australian and knew that he didn’t play soccer. When getting annoyed at people thinking you’re a retard, check your spelling. Simple.

    Maybe Alisha thinks straight people should have flashing lights so you know that they’re straight and you don’t keep hitting on gay guys…

  8. Milo… Have you not seen the movie “The Hangover”? There is a line in there that says ratard instead of retard. DUMB ASS!

  9. that tattoo would be ugly even if it were spelled correctly!

  10. @Hobbes2006 – calling me a dumbass because I haven’t seen a movie? seriously?

    1. I’m not the only one that has mentioned the ratard thing (see #48) and
    2. I was referring to her writing soccer instead of basketball

  11. @Hobbes2006 – calling me a dumbass because I haven’t seen a movie? seriously?

    1. I’m not the only one that has mentioned the ratard thing (see #48) and
    2. I was also referring to her writing soccer instead of basketball

    So please chill, this anger can’t be good for you…

  12. @Hobbes2006
    Insulting someone for not having seen that movie makes you look like the ratard. So go live your ratarded life, watch your ratarded movies and keep on with your ratarded trolling and posting ratarded insults. Ratard.

  13. rofl , i hope that you typed “ratard” intentional

  14. You may be stronger, but you’re not smarter

  15. okay so i know the girl with the tattoo and this is the story (had the comments been put in the screenshot)

    she wanted the first your to be spelled your instead of you’re to allow it to flow easier. however, it is the second your that the artist just decided to add in.

    she has 5 tattoos in total now and all the other ones are beautiful with no mistakes – she also did go see a new artist after this mishap

  16. How does “your” flow better? It ruins the flow for anyone who notices the error.

  17. Lmao. I never realized spelling errors allowed a sentence to “flow better”. Then again I suppose if you’re a moron who can’t spell you’ll do just fine. And the artist didn’t add a “your”, he added a “r”. =P

  18. ok with the explanation from #65, I can see how the tattoo artist could get confused. But surely she would have checked the sketch/stencil before being inked.

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