31 heartbroken people who had to cover up a tattoo of an ex after a breakup.
Andy crossed out the tat of her name and added "I Deserve That." (Via)
Love is forever, except when it's not. When the tears fade and the deep emotional wounds start to heal, you may find yourself with an unfortunately permanent reminder of the person you thought you'd want a permanent reminder of. If that happens, consider covering up your romantic tattoo with a much less romantic skull face. Or curse word. Or really, anything, because the most hideous tattoo in the world is better than having the name of someone you now hate emblazoned on your chest. We promised we wouldn't say, "We told you so," so we'll just say, "You're stupid and you got what you deserve."
Looks like Jeffrey got caught in the wrong honeypot. (Via)
Subtlety has no place in a breakup. (Via)
Every girl gets a font. (Via)
Shame she had him when he was a gross caterpillar. (Via)
I assume she means the hockey player. And she's right. (via)
No reason a strong independent woman can't have a tattoo of her own name. (via)
It's ironic because Gary never bought her flowers. (via)
A classic from the wrist of Katie Price. (via)
This is the modern day version of "It's better to have loved and lost..."
It's always reassuring when an ex's looks fade after a breakup.
Not so much a coverup as an invitation to ask him about the worst relationship he's ever had. (Via)