Think Before You Ink (And a little good news)
You may all breathe a sigh of relief… or at least you can laugh while I do.
Robert Pattinson will not be making an appearance in the (it’s-gonna-take-forever-to-come-out) much anticipated Hunger Games sequel (as reported by US Weekly).
That would have been awful. Don’t get me wrong, I did enjoy Twilight (you either just cringed, shook your head, smiled, or begand asking yourself ‘why am I reading this’?). But that last thing the world needs is Robert in another teen sensation movie… I’m just getting over hearing his name every two minutes.
If I had to see his face on any more tshirts… or worse, body parts I’d have to scream and fall into a Bella-esque hermit depression for a few months.
The Hunger Games tattoo fad has already begun (see below), the last thing we need is more of Robert Pattinson’s face everywhere. He is not even that cute! Come on people!
Rest assured that when the books fall apart, the sales cease, the paparazzi scatter and the actors get old, there will always be a few people crazy enough to immortalize a teen fad onto their skin for all time… or at least until they start sagging and forget what the blob is.
OTHER AWFUL FAD TATTOOS (That people will surely eventually regret, or who’s kids will cringe when going out in public with their ‘mature adult’ parents.) :
“And she’ll be like baby, baby, baby, oh
Like baby, baby, baby, no
Like baby, baby, baby, oh
Your face will always be mine… mineee!”
Sorry, couldn’t help it.
Don’t get me wrong. I do understand that some tattoos have a lot of meaning. I do get that they do not all come with a pop culture expiration date of doom… But some do…
For the love all that is good and holy, THINK BEFORE YOU INK kids…
…or some body part of yours may end up forever on the internet, being laughed at…
Posted on June 1, 2012, in Celebrity News, Movies and TV and tagged Avengers, Awful Tattoos, Baby, Bieber, fame, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Pattinson, pop culture, Robert, Robert Pattinson, Tattoos, Think Before You Ink, Twilight. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.