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Bad Idea, or Worst Idea?: Awful Joker Tattoos [Geeky Tattoos]

By Great White Snark | August 20, 2010

I’ve spent ten minutes debating which of these two Joker tattoos is the worst one I’ve ever seen.

As it turns out, I’m right either way.

Joker Back Tattoo

Joker Chest Tattoo

Via Ugliest Tattoos, who’s surprised I ultimately dismissed my “hairy nipples automatically make everything worse” rule.

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    3 Responses to “Bad Idea, or Worst Idea?: Awful Joker Tattoos [Geeky Tattoos]”

    1. Wavatar DeadByDawn Says:
      August 20th, 2010 at 10:14 am

      That second one`s a juggalo (shock). I recognize the tattoos beneath Joker, my sister`s parade of loser boyfriends all had them on every article of clothing they owned.

    2. Wavatar Invisible_Jester25 Says:
      August 21st, 2010 at 10:58 am

      *Rabid Geeky Joker Fangirl Mode (RGJFM)*

      RAWR WTF ARE THESE JUGGALO DOUCHEBAGS DOING TO MY MR. J?!?!?!? *puts on Harley Quinn costume, pulls out a giant mallet, and starts looking for heads to smash*

      *RGJFM over*

      But seriously, what the hell’s wrong with these people? Do they not realize the irony of tattooing themselves with a man who would, if he actually existed, probably call them hypocritical Joker wannabes before bashing their heads in with a crowbar? But I guess humor in general, including irony, is lost on the simple devolution of humanity that is the Juggalo. So sad, they might actually be entertaining if they did get humor…

    3. Wavatar Kate Says:
      August 23rd, 2010 at 10:19 am

      I… I’m looking at that second one, and I can’t actually see a resemblance to any version of the Joker in film or comics. I mean, it’s clearly supposed to be him, but… That just looks like Solomon Grundy got a hold of the Joker’s make-up kit. And maybe some botox. *shudder* I wonder what the artist’s reference photo was?

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