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(CBC)   Tatu palor pays beg for mispelt tatu   (cbc.ca) divider line 129
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2012-07-04 06:47:24 PM  

Talula Does the Hula From Hawaii: Hector Remarkable: So, no one's meeting at the Cossroads?

OK so I'm an idiot. It is misspelled... But since I clearly didn't notice it, no one else probably did either so this whole lawsuit is moot.


No, we did. You're an idiot. Remember?
 
2012-07-04 06:59:38 PM  
Poor Impulse Contrail
 
2012-07-04 07:10:37 PM  

jaytkay: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 245x338]



The only thing on my bucket list to make my life complete is to have sex with Audrey Tautou!!!

/My DVD of Amélie won't play anymore. :(

// My ex-girlfriend (still a good friend) asked me what I wanted for my birthday (July 18th), I said "A new copy of Amélie " :)

///anticipation
 
2012-07-04 07:53:02 PM  

ordinarysteve: awsome! i hope yuo had a graet time! Datmouth thogghh?
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/ I lolled.
// Transplanted Haligonian.
/// Lived in Dartmouth once. Once.
 
2012-07-04 08:12:51 PM  

TommyDeuce: Poor Impulse Contrail


God damn I lol'd hard
 
2012-07-04 08:26:40 PM  

skinink: i think it's so stupid when i see these young adults who are covered in them and expect me to be impressed. tats are ugly to me. i would never even consider getting one. it makes me laugh when i hear people say that they got theirs to define who they are personally. hahaha, are you kidding me? how can they be individuals when they are the very definition of conformity? EVERYONE nowadays, seems to have them. i have noticed also that many people who have them want people to be scared of them. why? why should i be scared of you? what,because you're a nut case with poor impulse control?it's like ok i get it; you have a lot of tattoos. i get it,you like wasting your money. i get it,you have a disposable income. why don't these people really try to be different? whenever they do get 'em,their tats are ALWAYS--- THE SAME! hey look at me, i have a tribal tat. yeah, you and 47 million others.what's your point?you wanna impress me? don't get one! tats are almost always associated with people who make bad choices in life. some of these choices affect only them,but unfortunately, most of their choices negatively impact innocent people's lives. like gangs-for instance;they are always covered in them.



*snicker!*
 
2012-07-04 08:26:50 PM  
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Why would anyone want to meet at that crappy movie?
 
2012-07-04 09:45:17 PM  
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On fark.com everyone is a wizard!
 
2012-07-04 09:45:18 PM  
I was in the waiting room of a tattoo parlor once & a 50-ish year-old guy came out, brandishing his new tattoo. It was the US Cavalry logo with "US Cavelry" written underneath. I pointed out the misspelling and the artist's face when absolutely white. But the guy just yelled at me, saying he served in the unit--he should know how it's spelled. Hope he had a great time at the American Legion hall later...
 
2012-07-04 09:58:20 PM  

wildcardjack: WhippingBoy: I thought the standard spelling on tattoos was u-n-e-m-p-l-o-y-a...

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Congratulations on being the douche who goes for the lowest hanging fruit. Now we just need Mr. Cool Ice, and this retarded thread will be complete.
 
2012-07-04 10:32:05 PM  

bugmn99: My daughter's birth certificate got my middle name wrong entirely. Keeping that ace in the pocket for now...


My ex-husband misspelled all three kids' names in the divorce papers. Oldest kid is 10 and he still spells her middle name with a K instead of a C. When we got our first copy of her birth certificate, I had to send him back in because he didn't notice her middle name was spelled wrong (a different misspelling than his usual), so he's been at it a while. I almost wish he had name tattoos; it would give me one more thing to point & laugh at.
 
2012-07-04 11:06:30 PM  

Ogre840: TommyDeuce: Poor Impulse Contrail

God damn I lol'd hard


Glad to be of service.
 
2012-07-04 11:17:48 PM  
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Your Average Witty Fark User: wildcardjack: WhippingBoy: I thought the standard spelling on tattoos was u-n-e-m-p-l-o-y-a...

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Congratulations on being the douche who goes for the lowest hanging fruit. Now we just need Mr. Cool Ice, and this retarded thread will be complete.


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2012-07-04 11:48:47 PM  

Matthew Keene: The Flexecutioner: [www.strangebeaver.com image 600x392]

/r-less again


'R' in the wrong place. uuuurp! Past pluperfect for 'to barf??'
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Say, do you know where I can get scrod?
 
2012-07-05 12:02:32 AM  

Rufus Lee King: Your Average Witty Fark User: Now we just need Mr. Cool Ice, and this retarded thread will be complete.

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You know what? Now THAT is funny as fark. I expect that to be re-posted in all tattoo threads now!
 
2012-07-05 12:17:09 AM  

semiotix: Shostie: Blah, blah, blah. This thread is now about Russian quasi-lesbians:

You know, I'm not exactly a public morals crusader, but that shiat was seriously offensive. Not so much the fake lesbian part, but the artlessness with which it was done. "Oooh, I'm so horny for this other dead-eyed teenage girl I'm going to interrupt my own song to tongue-kiss her from three inches away from her face."

As a connoisseur of faux-lesbianism and other forms of gayness for pay, I felt insulted and condescended to. I SAID GOOD DAY MESDAMES!


You can blame their manager for that. Wasn't their choice.
 
2012-07-05 12:18:40 AM  
I love how people will gladly get kanji tattoos without knowing for sure what it says. I worked with a guy who showed me the tattoos he got on the back of his neck...he THOUGHT it said 'life' and 'death', but the character for 'death' was wrong, and it said 'flower' instead. I then became the go-to person for tattoo proofing at work.
 
2012-07-05 01:18:41 AM  
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2012-07-05 01:37:29 AM  
Rule #1. Don't get a damn tattoo in the first place.
Rule #2. If you ignore Rule #1 don't get a tattoo with words.
Rule #3. If you ignore Rule #1 and #2, for God's Sake don't get a tattoo with Chinese or Japanese characters. Or what you think is Chinese or Japanese characters.

The absolute best you can hope for is that the character is just made up to look Asian. Do you know how many dumb farkers are running around with idiotic, nonsense Chinese and Japanese characters on them in view of the whole wide word? I'm looking at you my dear niece who's neck tat essentially says 'Dumb White Girl'.
 
2012-07-05 02:04:23 AM  

CultureVulture: Rule #1. Don't get a damn tattoo in the first place.
Rule #2. If you ignore Rule #1 don't get a tattoo with words.
Rule #3. If you ignore Rule #1 and #2, for God's Sake don't get a tattoo with Chinese or Japanese characters. Or what you think is Chinese or Japanese characters.

The absolute best you can hope for is that the character is just made up to look Asian. Do you know how many dumb farkers are running around with idiotic, nonsense Chinese and Japanese characters on them in view of the whole wide word? I'm looking at you my dear niece who's neck tat essentially says 'Dumb White Girl'.


Or learn to read.

If I get a Japanese tat, it might say 不景気 and I'll tell people "It's depression." But only me and Japanese people will get the joke: it's economic depression.

But yeah, if I'm getting a tattoo, I'm triple checking the words.
 
2012-07-05 04:24:18 AM  
A friend of mine had 'ghost' in japanese on the back of his neck. (or so he claimed, neither I nor my friends could read japanese). But he was super secretive about it, and wouldn't tell people what it meant, including his Girlfriend. One night, she was hanging out with us, when he wasn't around, and was biatching that he wouldn't tell her. So another firend of mine leans forward and says "The reason he won't tell people about it is because he's embaressed. What he thought he was getting was 'killer', but what the artist actually put on was 'homosexual'. It took her two months before she asked him about it, and he was pretty pissed at us.
 
2012-07-05 07:42:12 AM  

Rufus Lee King: Your Average Witty Fark User: Now we just need Mr. Cool Ice, and this retarded thread will be complete.

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Hey, it's better than the original.
 
2012-07-05 10:03:25 AM  

redstarr01:
And she has to argue with them and prove to them online and with a dictionary and such that it's not spelled the way they think it is. Really, people? This sentiment is so important to you you want it tattooed on permanently, and you misspell it?


So people who get tatoos are idiots. We had that one covered years ago.

'Memorial tatoos': unless you are in early stages of Alzheimers, you probably do not need your dead kid/uncle/wife's face ink scratched onto your body. Are you REALLY going to forget what they look like?

As for this case, she is getting the phrase on her ribs. So.... every time she washes her armpit while looking in a mirror, she can remember that special friend.
 
2012-07-05 10:52:49 AM  

redstarr01: The My Little Pony Killer: Customer fail. Tattoo artists draw up your design for you and show you it (and the stencil) prior to having it applied to your body.

Yeah, the artist should probably double-check their work, but you, as the person said work is going to be attached to permanently, should also make an attempt at giving it a look-over before giving your artist the okay to make it permanent.

Bears Repeating.

My sister is the owner of a tattoo parlor and a tattoo artist and she can not only spell correctly, but makes sure that customers sign off on the spelling of any text, the drawing of the tattoo, and the transfer before it's inked just to be absolutely certain that there are no spelling errors or letters inadvertently transposed, left out, or repeated. Some variation on that process is pretty typical of what I've seen in other shops,too.


I have 4 tattoos from 3 different parlors. Every one of them went through the same ritual your sister insists upon--sign the original drawing & sign the transfer before it's inked. When I got a tarot card tattoo, I flipped the image and the artist patiently explained to me that each card has a meaning. By flipping it, people may point out that it's not correct or I inadvertently changed the meaning. I didn't care--I don't believe in tarot but one card had a specific meaning for me. I just liked that the artist was prescient enough to caution me on what could have been viewed as a mistake before I put something permanent on my skin.
 
2012-07-05 11:08:38 AM  
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Really, really late to the party but this one is my favorite
 
2012-07-05 02:50:43 PM  
Adjudicator Eric Slone awarded Huckle a total of $8,991.94:

- $6,000 representing 15 further tattoo removal sessions at $400 each.
- $2,300 representing 23 instances of having to purchase $100 in supplies.
- $184 for gasoline to and from her treatments.
- $100 in general damages.
- $182.94 for a filing fee.
- $225 for bailiffs fees.


WTF? No punitive damages, or pain & suffering relief? Adjudicator is a moran!
 
2012-07-05 03:14:22 PM  
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Who is this Elese and why hasn't she done me?
 
2012-07-05 05:19:43 PM  

FlashHarry: WhippingBoy: ultraholland: well don't get a tattoo with words and you won't have to worry about this

Yep, nothing can possibly go wrong as long as you don't get a tattoo with words...


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gah! what the fark is that? is it a baby holding a... a...


...an adult's finger?

The star on the fingernail makes it difficult to see it as anything else, unless you're looking from a distance and don't see it. And I didn't, at first. o_0
 
2012-07-05 06:53:16 PM  

Bedstead Polisher: They omit one letter, offer to fix it and she decides "Nah, I don't really want this tattoo anymore anyway."


As others said; 'fixing' a tattoo like that is unlikely to look good, unless she goes to enough removal sessions to erase everything after the one C, and even then I'm not sure that you can correctly tattoo a spot that's had laser removal done on it already. After that, you have the problem that the process of getting a tattoo is somewhat painful, the laser removal is certainly painful.

I imagine it can be a bit like food poisoning; all the hassle just put her off the idea.

The Southern Dandy: WTF? No punitive damages, or pain & suffering relief? Adjudicator is a moran!


Canada. Plus, it's likely that the small claims court was nearing it's limit - involving lawyers would be a lot more expensive than the $9k, and perhaps the parlor wouldn't have the money once IT got lawyers involved, to pay even $9k.

Personally, I'd consider the Pain&Suffering her problem for not sufficiently checking the tattoo she was getting herself.
 
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