It's almost 2013 and a whole new year of tattoo fashion is upon us. Don't get caught with your pants down by rocking the overplayed finger-mustache, tribal designs, video game references, or knuckle tats! A new age approaches, and with it, a new perspective on what it means to mark your body for the rest of your natural life. Check out the four top designs from the North American Tattoo and Body Modification Fashion Expo. These designs had fashionistas and fat cats alike clamoring to get inked, and for good reason!
Gas guzzlers are out! Instead of taking the financial hit of selling your old rig and buying a hybrid, however, it's much cooler to stick with the ol' bad boy and express your regret through tattoo.
Suggested placements: Top of wrist, upper arm, back of calf.
In years past, you might've shied away from revealing the true age at which you purchased your hog. Throw that trepidation to the wind and be proud of your middle-aged crotch rocket!
Suggested placements: Sternum, shoulder blade, neck.
Arachnids are one of the most feared critters of all, but you can show your friends that you don't put up with their guff by adorning your skin for the rest of your natural life with this hot logo.
Suggested placements: Spider smashin' hand, forearm, upper leg.
This one's for the fellas and is guaranteed to let everyone know you mean business. The enormous lightning bolt shows your ultra-quick nature and willingness to get down at the drop of a hat.
Suggested placements: Center of chest, face, stigmata.
Hey, have you guys ever seen a picture of a cat before? Well, guess what. It’s your lucky day, because I’m mixing the concept of a picture of my cat with the concept of the Internet!
Once again I'm stuck with a useless egg man statue and nobody to tend to my robust physical and emotional needs. Worst of all, the egg man didn't even come with a stool. I have to share my recliner and bed with him, and he is not sensitive to my needs at all.
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