An oft-misinterpretted tattoo!

J-Robb at F.I.S.T. Ink tattooed his logo on his wife. I think that “FIST For Life” might be read differently by folks who don’t know his studio — I wonder if kinky swinger fisting couples hit on them at the beach?

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18 thoughts on “An oft-misinterpretted tattoo!

  1. When I figured it out I was like “oh no…”. I’m just another kinky-minded person. Just the type she needs to watch out for.

  2. FIST is legible, the periods aren’t, and the words “for life” look like a seperate piece.

    Good luck to them, because she’s stuck with it. ;)

  3. Haha, that’s what anagrams are best for–tongue in cheek tattoos for those with their minds perpetually in the gutter. Nice.

  4. Actualy, reminds me of an Aussie TV show called “Double the Fist” where the main characters Were Awarded “Fist”(Basicly, Kudos) for doing various (Faked) Hardcore stunts.

  5. she has such a pretty butt! and i like the tattoo, it made me giggle. i’m sure she’s happy with it.

  6. Too bad it looks like F.I.S.T. Ink is owned and operated by scratchers. Way to ruin an otherwise nice ass with something that looks like it was done in prison.

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