Papyrus Watch

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Papyrus tattoo for real?

duh nuh...

and yeah

Well, pics and it happened right? An actual Papyrus tattoo? Having a rather hard time with this. Evolution? I don't know, too much going on here. Great capture though, thanks Kate for nabbing this and Christian for sending it in. This happened, right?

13 comments:

  1. How did Christian refrain from punching this guy? Haha.

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  2. Oh dear... You HAVE to be kidding me.

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  3. I sort of wonder if this is from that tattoo book project going around a few years back. A friend of mine got the word "The" or "and" or something tattooed on herself. I thought it was weird but at least she didn't get it tattooed in papyrus.

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  4. This ranks up there with the 75 million tattoos out there using ALL CAPS BLACKLETTER, which has somehow become cool and sorta gansta-ish. Man, if you're going to permanently alter your body, invest a little time and money on getting it right! Pay a decent designer to create you a custom logotype. That is the one thing you won't regret about your tat after 40 years.

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  5. He will regret that forever.

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  6. Is the menu in Comic Sans? I see reciprocal link possibilities...

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    1. Yes - the menu in comic sans behind the papyrus tattooed arm. My sarcasm generator needs to be upgraded to handle this workload.

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