Friday, August 27, 2010

This Bites

previous post: The Terrible Type



  1. @Morrigan: Good catch, knew something looked sketchy about it but couldn’t put my finger on it.

  2. random and a double post but: Way to go american apparel. Taking a hot chick, putting her in a plaid shirt that’s mostly unbottoned, but give her MASSIVE glasses to throw it all off and make me feel confused.

  3. who would even think of getting A tatoo of a bite mark on there wrists? … I would only think a die hard hardcore twilight fan would do that .. not a couple getting married?

  4. You should see the tattoos in real life… When they hold hands, it looks really good.
    Their relationship is long distance, and they got them because:
    a) It looks REAALLY good.
    b) When they hold hands, they are positioned to look like one mouth.
    c) Yes, those are their teeth. They made the impressions and got them drawn out.
    d) When they are apart, they have something of the other close to them.
    e) It is an original idea.

    BTW, it has nothing to do with Twilight, Zombies ect. Those are simply tattoos… Just to clear stuff up. Thanks guys 🙂

  5. nanners, how do you know the people in this post?

  6. Yea, I do.
    I saw them the day they got those,
    and I was at the wedding.

  7. I know Amanda from school, and Justin because I know Amanda.

  8. I’m sorry, I don’t believe that they’re not Twilight-related. I just don’t. Who on earth would wake up on day and think, totally randomly, “You know what would be cool? A tattoo of your bitemark on my wrist!” I don’t buy it at all.

  9. I know for a fact that they are not twilight related. If any thing, they are zombie bites. The guy in the photo saw a gangster-style “kiss mark” tattoo, and thought that it would be more original and relative to there relation ship for bite marks, since they are both Horror movie fans. These two have been together for almost three years and they live 1200 miles apart, across borders. I know trolls will be trolls, and I find all of the post hilarious, but you shouldn’t assume that these are apart of tween-pop-culture just because some middle-aged Mormon with little to no writing skills published some teen-fic. You assuming that would be like calling some one a Justin Bieber fan for saying “Baby”. Fuck 2010. I’m out.

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