And your no English major.
Photo courtesy of T.S.
If your tattoo your Engrish
So your not a big wheel
You must be tyred as well.
So if your a cheater your a liar and a thief your a tire as well
The tattooist was too tyred to worry about spelling.
With the right a-tire you’re bad tattoo wouldn’t show.
A theif is someone who staels.
And if your a theif your going to the deivl.
Word’es of wisdom.
I before E except after the wrong homophone.
I guess the tattooist had a severe car accident recently
If you are a LIzARd, you are a Cheetah.
Thay sea me rowlin’
Halloween may be over, but this spelling of this tattoo is one of the spookiest things I’ve ever seen.
Somehow I doubt this is from anywhere in the Far East. It has a Near South ring to it
Be careful how you ask for a “don’t tread on me” tattoo.
He comes from a band of southern gypsies.
They steal tyres for Colonel Sanders.
But! You have to take off your attyre to get this tattoo.
Tier’s on fier!
You’re Engrish is impeccable, Mr. tattoo arteist
Maybe the Michelin factory souvenir store isn’t the best place to get a tattoo.
I really would like a permanent tattoo; what can 1 dollar get me?
@Ben: Good one!
I’m glad I knew that a homophone isn’t a device for contacting gay friends. 😉
@brob: I had the same thought, except that the tattooed one seems a bit pale in the neck area for a native of the Near South.
Maybe he just tired of her.
I think wheel laugh at this tattoo.
Good greif, your a grammar and spelling loser
The difference between a wif and a tyre:
No matter how many years you’ve had a tyre, it will still go down on you.
You’re grammar is impeckable.
I see the engrish.
I before e except after c. Therefore it should read “chief”.
Can’t decipher this. Two tire.
Great ink, braaa
People got tyred of his Engrish tattoos…
I’m tired of this tread.