Recipe For Disaster

James Yocum at Beneath the Skin in Las Cruces, NM did this tattoo… on a chef maybe? Feel free to click through for a flashback to childhood (depending on your age).

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14 thoughts on “Recipe For Disaster

  1. I love the muppets and the art of the muffets was far more complex and developed than any children shows at the time.

  2. *Sigh* They just don’t make ‘em like Jim Henson anymore, do they?

    Rad tattoo, though I would have gotten the spoon the other way around… so when I mixed with my hands, the spoon would mix around in the bowl :p

  3. i honestly didnt notice the tattoo at first.. i saw those yummy lips in the background instead!! yum!

  4. I’ve had disasters with wooden spoons before…turned me off of baking for years. More than happy to let the Swedish Chef do all my baking for me.

  5. great tattoo, made me laugh :)

    muppet show rules.
    after the death of jim henson,
    his son brian took on the buisness,
    they are still doing great stuff (eg for disney),
    if i remember well…

    those were the days…
    muppets, fraggle rock(!!!), dark crystal :)

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