The Most Confusing Tattoo Pairing Yet [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago in Weird

Anyone else know how these two concepts even remotely go together?
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Male 5,413
........what!?
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Male 130
V-- that sentence was three words too long.
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Male 2,085
You should never get a tattoo that is going to take a long, boring explanation 10 years later.
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Male 715
why not just get this
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Male 3,208
I thought it was Moe Howard having a bad hair day, and was wondering if Shemp, curly, Larry, Curly, Joe or Curly Joe were emblazoned elsewhere on dunderheads front side.
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Male 2,528
That would be Adam Duritz, from Counting Crows.

And I guess, technically, he is straight edge. He does take prescription drugs to help him cope with a dissociative mental disorder, and therefore cannot drink alcohol, as it was prevent the drug from working. Also, I see no historical drug abuse when googling him.

That being said, what wrong with the two concepts being put together?
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Male 1,949
Is that the guy who shoves his donkey rooster up this turd`s ass every night?
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Male 29
Fat mike? NOFX
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Male 14,331
Someone get this kid some drugs stat!!!!
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Female 9,572
I have no idea who is that?
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Male 79
Straight edge is a subculture and subgenre of hardcore punk whose adherents refrain from using alcohol, tobacco, and other recreational drugs. It was a direct reaction to the sexual revolution, hedonism, and excess associated with punk rock. For some, this extends to not engaging in promiscuous sex, following a vegetarian or vegan diet, and not using caffeine or prescription drugs.[1] The term was coined by the 1980s hardcore punk band Minor Threat in their song "Straight Edge" - From Wiki

And I think its Adam Duritz from Counting Crows?
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Male 658
I don`t know who that is. So no.
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Male 43
dave williams?
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Male 391
who the dratting drat is that
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Male 4,238
who is that?
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Male 20,908
Link: The Most Confusing Tattoo Pairing Yet [Pic] [Rate Link] - Anyone else know how these two concepts even remotely go together?
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