Guy Gets The Same Tattoo As His Dog Without Knowing What It Really Means
I’m not sure what the greatest thing about the internet is, but I know that dodgy f*****g tattoos have to be right up there. As the kind of guy who’s always loved laughing at the misfortune of others, I find there’s something a little bit heart-warming in looking at a bad tattoo and having a bit of a chuckle. I don’t know whether I’m just glad it’s not mine or if I look down on the bozo who approved a misspelled tattoo, but I bloody like it.
So I guess that’s why I was glad to come across this story today. To start with, I have to say that Chris, the unfortunate soul we’re all laughing at actually seems like a bit of a top bloke. He loves animals, he’s bloody awesome to his dog, he’s even able to take it all with a bit of a stoic attitude. Having said that, his tattoo is still funny as f***.
Chris was a man with a dog. A bloody good dog named Bear. We’re not exactly sure how Chris came to be in possession of said dog named Bear, but we’re going to assume the best and say it was from a rehoming centre. You see, we know Bear used to have other owners and Chris doesn’t seem like the kind of guy who’d steal someone’s dog. I told you he’s a good bloke.
Anyway, Chris noticed one of Bear’s prior owners had cruelly tattooed him on the belly. The tattoo itself looks a bit like a male symbol with a line drawn through it. In fact, it looks exactly like the tattoo vets put on animals after they neuter them. Probably explains why it looks the way it does.
Tormented by the fact he suspected Bear had suffered huge injustice at the hands of his past owners, Chris opted for an act of solidarity with Bear. Obviously he had no idea what the symbol meant or else he wouldn’t have had a massive symbol that literally means ‘a vet has chopped my bollocks off’ tattooed onto his arm. So, Chris, still a top bloke, perhaps not a great researcher.
Of course he found out what it meant when he posted the images on Facebook. Have a look for yourself and experience that little moment of mirth that makes you feel alive at the prospect of someone else’s misfortune. It’s OK. It is funny. But just for the spirit of the whole thing, I still reckon Chris deserves at least a top bloke nomination.
If you ever meet him, shout him a beer before you rip the piss out of him.
H/T: The Chive.