Now This Is Just Wrong

I’ll admit that I was totally surprised when the last tattoo by Josh Weir we featured on here—which, if you’ll recall, featured a lady’s nether-regions covered in splatters of blood and semen—was not only not frowned upon, but, um, was actually pretty widely enjoyed by our readers. Clearly, this emboldened Mr. Weir, because he has now checked in with this piece done on his friend Allen—who he calls “a fucking trooper”—which…is kind of grisly, right? Then again, I was expecting him to get raked over the coals over his last offering and it ended up being a huge success. As we’ve determined in the past, I have no idea how you, the readers, will respond to pieces like this; this could get 300 comments of fawning praise, or Weir could be drafted to fight Mike Beer to the death inside Thunderdome. Neither would surprise me, honestly.

A Children’s Treasury of Offensive Tattoos

Mike has been featured on ModBlog before on account of being in possession of some of the most patently offensive (and awesome?) tattoos in the land. Well, he’s added some more to the collection, so I thought, Hey, it’s been at least a few seconds since someone posted to the last wondrous flamewar, what the hell. The one up top is by Painless J at Marlowe Ink in Fairfax, Virginia. Says Mike of the piece: “Don’t take this the wrong way, I really do love and respect them.” No doubt!

Painless J did the honors on this one as well, to which Mike adds: “I’ve gotten my redwings so many times I should be able to fly by now.” Hey, that was my twelfth-grade yearbook quote! Biter.

And now, perhaps the most indefensibly tasteless tattoo I have ever seen, after the jump.

This was committed by Mikey Cheese, who was presumably admitted into witness protection immediately afterward, at Hot Rod Tattoo in Galloway, New Jersey. I’m going to go take a long, hot shower.