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Semi-OT, Scarlett Johansson gets Colts tattoo, accidentally

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Check out the link...first thing. It looks terrible, like an old Navy tat or prison tattoo...Supposedly it was by design (artistry and all) but the biggest LOL is that it she unwittingly became a BIG Andrew Luck/Colts fan. Sorry I can't post the pic...on my phone right now.

http://www.webpronews.com/scarlett-johansson-tattoo-looks-a-bit-jailhouse-2012-11/comment-page-1#comment-408774[\url]

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When we were in Indy for the Browns game a female bartender had the horseshoe on the back of her shoulder. I asked her if it was a real tattoo. She said it was and she got it before the SB!

I know one of the posters here has it on his arm. True fandom.

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scarjo.jpg :luv:

If its a mistake, I think one of us should offer to wash it off her...

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Yes, Lucky Us. Too bad that graffiti artist sucks, how dare you scribble on a Picasso.

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She is super cute but that tattoo is just UGLY. Looks like it was done by a little kid, makes her look like an adult actress haha

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Yeah it is terrible. But supposedly it is supposed to look "rough"...Lord knows she can afford the best. But IMO she doesn't need it.

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Check out the link...first thing. It looks terrible, like an old Navy tat or prison tattoo...Supposedly it was by design (artistry and all) but the biggest LOL is that it she unwittingly became a BIG Andrew Luck/Colts fan. Sorry I can't post the pic...on my phone right now.

http://www.webpronew...#comment-408774[\url]

At least Andrew has great taste in his chicks...

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And wow... I just put together the Lucky and Horseshoe

"Lucky Horseshoe" ...

hehehe.. I'm getting old...

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When we start seeing Scarlett at Colt games we will then know he is a STALLION> :td:

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I'm all for spreading the Colts love, but this just feels wrong.

What's next? A tribal armband tattoo on Michaelangelo's David?

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I'm all for spreading the Colts love, but this just feels wrong.

What's next? A tribal armband tattoo on Michaelangelo's David?

I got one....

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I know! And she is considered A list, not some washed up former child star...She is a really good actress. This just doesn't seem like her at all. Lost In Translation is one my all time favorite movies, and she was great in it. Oh well...

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scarjo.jpg :luv:

Is that what David Lee Roth/Van Halen calls a tramp stamp?

Not to be confused with this Disney classic film:

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scarjo.jpg :luv:

Does Scarlett Johansson put this on the other side? Women seem to melt over actor Johnny Depp. Personally, I don't get it...

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She is super cute but that tattoo is just UGLY. Looks like it was done by a little kid, makes her look like an adult actress haha

Come on now Malakai432, exotic dancers/entertainers ;) , who may or may not have tattoos, work hard for their money too my friend. :thmup:

Besides, new routines to 80's classic movies always must be perfected for their customers right? Like this song from "Flashdance" down below. :funny: Just Kidding!!!

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Come on now Malakai432, exotic dancers/entertainers ;) , who may or may not have tattoos, work hard for their money too my friend. :thmup:

Besides, new routines to 80's classic movies always must be perfected for their customers right? Like this song from "Flashdance" down below. :funny: Just Kidding!!!

2 final dance numbers from the film "Flashdance" that also work as nice routines for tattooed or non tattooed "entertainment specialists" IMO...

http://youtu.be/iNlp_lZ1rIw

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I saw a story on this earlier and it said she was a Colts fan so I am not sure if it was by accident or not although I would agree it's not a very good looking tattoo.

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I always pictured this Tom Petty number called "Honey Bee" a classic for "entertainment specialists" purposes myself...

This classic Motley Crue number works well in that specific vein too IMHO...

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I saw a story on this earlier and it said she was a Colts fan so I am not sure if it was by accident or not although I would agree it's not a very good looking tattoo.

You know GoColts8818, that brings up an interesting question: What is the refund policy on pathetic & disgraceful tattoo work? Are all sales considered final by the owner or do they offer you store credit if a customer is dissatisfied with poor craftsmanship? Being that Miss Johansson is so attractive and well known, the owner of the establishment probably tripped over his own tongue, or something else, to put a smile on her face I would imagine right.

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What I really think is foolish though are people who tattoo their name across their back or somewhere prominently on their body. It may look cool in your 20's and 30's, but not some much in your 60's or 70's when gravity takes over and heads South of the border and I don't mean Mexico man.

Here is a case in point below. A woman named Smokie gets her name tattooed on her back. Not a smart move in my opinion. Stay away from placing your girlfriend or boyfriend's name on your body too because if you break up with them you look really foolish as well.

In addition, with a large tattoo, I would be worried about an infection too.

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isn't it supposed to be down south?

never seen it there..

Yes, Robin that's an excellent point, shouldn't a tattoo be hidden from public view and only those with "special" security clearance ;) actually get to see it?

Like a pirate's ancient map to buried "treasure." :thmup: Now, that's some high quality loot and booty worth fighting for right? haha

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The only time a tattoo is justified IMO is in the military surviving basic training, special forces training, tours of duty together, or skills accomplished and achieved unique to a specific battalion, company, or unit.

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The only time a tattoo is justified IMO is in the military surviving basic training, special forces training, tours of duty together, or skills accomplished and achieved unique to a specific battalion, company, or unit.

I suppose that I could amend my previous statement above to include unique skill sets snipers, demolition experts/bomb defusers, nuclear reactor specialists, and aircraft carrier personnel that get military birds in the air in remote sea locations around the world too. But, we must not forget the chefs who feed the troops, latrine duty, or the value of KP duty either.

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