Dermal Anchors Cream My Twinkie!

I don’t know who did Becca’s crazy “What Creams Your Twinkie” tattoo, but her Madison anchor was done by Josh Verdi at Body Graphics in Temecula, CA, who sent in this photo…

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24 thoughts on “Dermal Anchors Cream My Twinkie!

  1. ooh I just wish there was an apostrophe (unless it’s being used as a verb..) the dermal anchor looks really neat though, I like that placement a lot..

  2. is it supposed to have a kind of double-sense?
    I don’t understand it… sorry!
    anyway, nice work!

  3. yeah its supposed to be wheres the cream filling but she made it sexual. And the tattoo was done by John Miller at Dermagrafict Tattoo in Lancaster, Ca.

  4. yeah like what makes you ejaculate. And the tattoo was done by John Miller at Dermagrafict Tattoo in Lancaster, Ca.

  5. in what way would “cream” not be a verb in this context? i tried to grasp that, i really did.

  6. What a poorly done tattoo. I would be so sad if I had to look at work of that quality on me every single day. I have a couple of bad tattoos, but luckily they are not somewhere where I have to experience the suck everyday. I get what the artist and she are going for and it would have been really rad if it was done better.

  7. @ 17
    “in what way would “cream” not be a verb in this context? i tried to grasp that, i really did.”

    What cream is your twinkie?

    Thats the deal with the apostrophe, like, cream’s.

    Possibly just English skill or possibly over-thinking :\

  8. but “what cream is your twinkie” doesn’t make sense…

    oh well. at least the tattoo is grammatically correct. it’s rare a tattoo is correct and people suggest it should be a different way.

    interesting.

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