Marie Antoinette Tattoo

I thought posting this might be a good way to kick off gay pride week here in Toronto. “Bros before Hos” is a gay motto, right? Seriously though, this presumably straight dude tattoo is by Joe Spino at Chrome Lotus in Orlando, FL.

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14 thoughts on “Marie Antoinette Tattoo

  1. Pride for Toronto is THIS Saturday! Nice tattoo, and I think it can be used as a straight motto as well in my opinon.

  2. I’ve never heard of Bro’s Before Hos used as a gay motto. It makes sense, but i’ve always heard straight dudes use it. Like to imply that friends are more important than women.

  3. i never even thought of that as a “gay” motto, but it could make sense i suppose ;)

  4. my ex used to say it a lot meaning “if you’re in the hospital with broken bones and my friend is having a bad day, i’ll be with my friend.”

  5. Is that for real a gay motto? ‘Cause some of the fraternity brothers around here use it…

  6. Looks cool, except ho technically doesn’t have an e at the end of it (according to my dictionary, anyway). But I guess so many people spell it incorrectly, the mistake is forgivable?

    Ot maybe I’m misinterpreting it, and he really hates gardening?

  7. though i cant say the whole “bros before hoes” thing is appealing to me, the shading in it makes it really neat. also the comment about hating gardening made me giggle.

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