Tattoos spelled wrong
When the a black gang member allegedly violated the group's rules, white members decided to administer punishment by covering one of his tattoos with a racial slur. However, they were let down by their spelling and ended up writing what looked like an insult to an African country instead. The incident unfolded on January 28 in Salt Springs, a town approximately 80 miles north of Orlando, Florida. Hart told the police the quartet showed up at his house one night intent to forcibly cover his CWB tattoo with a knife. Hart initially tried to resist, before being knocked out by Hayley. According to the Miami Herald , while it happened between members of a gang, this kind of incident violates rules in every U.
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A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Sometimes a tattoo isn't the best idea — and celebrities are well aware of that from their time in the public eye. Who could forget Depp's romance with Winona Ryder? Their '90s liaison sparked some ink on Depp's right bicep: "Winona Forever. Depp has reportedly changed the tattoo to say "Wino Forever.
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Emma Watson, an outspoken, important and inspirational voice when it comes to the Time's Up and MeToo movements, and for gender equality in general, walked the carpet at Vanity Fair's Oscars after party last night March 4 looking every inch a legend in a black statement gown. No, it wasn't her tiny fringe - as many of you have pointed out. And it wasn't anything to do with her outfit either. It was ALL to do with her brand new temporary tattoo. Instead of donning the recognisable "Time's Up" pin that she wore to the Golden Globes in January, Emma decided to be a little more creative with her statement this time around.
The over-excited supporter was proudly unveiling his new ink to the camera in a bar while celebrating the Hoop's Scottish Cup Final win over Hearts at Hampden Park. The moment was cause for celebration among fans, but this eager supporter was left regretting a huge blunder as he showed off the tattoo still wrapped in cling film. The man filming zooms in to notice the ink is spelt "Trebel Trebel" before a chorus of laughter erupts as the red-faced Hoop leaves red-faced with his head in his hands.
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