Remember the Great East Coast Quake of two and a half days ago? Of course you do; you’re probably still hiding under your desk. Well, while you were still cowering amongst gallons of bottled water, one guy was out there commemorating it the cleverest way possible: via permanent joke tattoo.
According to The New York Daily News, the idea was born when tattoo shop owner Joe Khay of Citizen Ink Studios in Sheepshead Bay drew it up to mock everyone who was freaking out about the earthquake and posted it on Facebook as a $30 joke tattoo. At which point Jonathan Berg, of Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn saw it and was like, “whoa. What a brilliant work of comedic satire. I must have it on my body forever.”
Apparently he’s not the only one, either. Three more people have called about the tattoo since then, showing that absurdity loves company. Still, nothing will ever top the grossness I feel each time I GIS “bad tattoos” and see this: