Geekiest Tattoo Ever

The tricky thing about tattoos is that they are for life. Permanent. Forever inked into your body. People always talk about getting a silly tattoo, but usually that’s all just talk. Then once in awhile you hear about someone getting a really bad tattoo. My favorite bad tattoo example is either an 8-ball or a donkey on a surfboard smoking a joint. But now I guess I need to add room to that list.

This guy (see image) decided to not only get a bad tattoo, but he added a super nerdy twist to it. In case you don’t know what his head/body tattoo means, it’s a piece of HTML code currently used when making web pages. Like I said, very, very nerdy. What makes it worse is that this tattoo is on his neck. Imagine having to explain your HTML head/body tattoo to everyone over-and-over again the next time you are at a wedding or social event.

Plus think about this. Sure, today HTML is currently a commonly used computer language. But the Internet is evolving fast. I wouldn’t expect HTML to still be that relevant in the next 10 – 20 years. Hopefully techniques in laser tattoo removal will make significant some strides during the next couple decades.

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10 thoughts on “Geekiest Tattoo Ever

  1. The tatoo is crazy enough, but what makes you think HTML won’t be relevant on the web in 10-20 years? What would be relevant instead and why?

  2. This tatoo would be even cooler in the post-HTML future! But, really, I doubt head and body tags are going away in 10-20 years. This www thing has real potential to catch on, imho ;)

  3. I can just make out the top of another tattoo above his shirt collar! Probably an tag linking to something that really will be irrelevant in 10-20 years, like Windows Media Player.

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