Pardon me..

According to P.moz, the reason behind this tattoo is that he often goes without pants and that seems to bother some people.  So with this tattoo now he can walk around pantsless without having to explain why.  He also states that this is just the first pass, as he wants it to look similar to someone carving into a tree with a knife.  While he had the option to make this tattoo “clean”, he likes the aesthetic of the “unclean”, which of course gives us this.

Plus, it’s funny.  And there’s nothing wrong with a little humor to kick off a Thursday.

10 thoughts on “Pardon me..

  1. It looks like someone did that with sharpie. I like it. It made me laugh. :)

  2. Hahaha. Awesome! Finally I get “modbloged” and it’s for this silly thing…

    I was actually sketching it up with a sharpie and thought it’d look cool to have it simple like that. I’ll go over it again and make it even more sketchy.

    I’m glad you all found it funny… it’s supposed to be. Actually my brother nearly fell over laughing tonight when he read it for the first time.

    Btw it’s a Homer Simpson quote, FYI.

    Me cooking with no pants (as usual):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1jPLoVmXP8

  3. Oh my god. The only thing I hate about this is that I didn’t come up with it first.

  4. I kinda hate how the “have” look thus far. But I’ll try to fix it the second time around. Tattooing text, pretty much on free hand, up-side-down apparently isn’t that easy!

    I’m a huge Simpsons nerd and every time someone comments on my lack of pants I reply with this very phrase. It only seemed to make sense to tattoo it on a place that’s only visible while pantless.

    Yfirgefavona: I’m loving you balls deep <3

  5. I was going to say it was a simpson’s quote
    Also I legitimately have a carved looking tattoo and I love it. That definitely looks more sharpie than carved.

  6. I was going to say it was a simpson’s quote
    Also I legitimately have a carved looking tattoo and I love it. That definitely looks more sharpie than carved.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>