LA Ink Turns Into a Giant Prank WarMorgan Barry · 09/09/10 02:09PM
It Takes a Death Hag to Know a Death HagDaniel Barnum-Swett · 04/02/10 01:00PM
Celebrity Tattoo Horrors: Why Inking Bald Britney And Bob Barker's Menacing Grin Is Never A Good IdeaMolly Friedman · 05/28/08 01:30PM
At some point in all our lives, we must ask ourselves: to tattoo or not to tattoo? We have yet to take the plunge, but when and if we do, we most certainly will not be inking our bodies with Pee Wee Herman, Bald Britney or (gasp!) Patrick Swayze as a centaur. But as a photo gallery over at EW proves, there are more than enough insane fans out there who are so in love with their favorite stars that they've etched a permanent image of their visage on their bodies. One might think a popular celebrity tat would be, say, Pamela Anderson or Scarlett Johansson, or maybe even Brangelina. But, sadly, it seems the sort of fan who goes through the pain of imprinting rainbow-colored images of their idols are mainly of the Jack Jordan stalker variety. The bad, the ugly, and the downright nightmarish tattoos in question, after the jump.
Seth Abramovitch · 02/08/08 06:13PM
We've long wanted to take the leap and get a tattoo, but have had trouble settling on a design, having narrowed it down to the official crest of the International Order of Homojewnadians, a puking rainbow, and a burning KISS logo. But once we spotted the flaming Star of David accompanying an anti-Semitic message allegedly left by LA Ink's Kat Von D for Ami James, the Miami Ink boss who fired her (she denies it, but c'mon—look at that artistry), we think we finally found the perfect symbol to adorn that hairy spot right above our ass. Thanks, Kat! [TMZ]
TLC Appreciates, Ignores Helpful Viewer Suggestions About Their Glaring Typosmark · 08/22/07 11:22AM
Struck by the apparent irony of a network that calls itself The Learning Channel deploying grammatically incorrect pop-up graphics (above) during new series LA Ink, the proprietor of social networking site ifuckinghateyou.com last week e-mailed TLC to make them aware of their egregious your/you're error, receiving this response: