10 Of The Most Hilarious Tattoo Cover Ups



Tattoos are forever. Being inked is a lifetime choice, a permanent commitment marked on your skin. One should know before taking a leap that when it’s there, it’s there. Thus, bad tattoos also serve as constant reminders to previous mistakes. Even the most advanced and most expensive laser removal treatments can’t perfectly remove ink. Some regretful individuals resort to creative means to cover up their tattoos. Whether these terrible tattoos have misspellings, errors, names of exes, or just extremely bad choices, we have compiled the 10 most hilarious tattoo cover ups. Enjoy.

Ralph Lauren

This guy turned his tattooed dedication for an ex-girlfriend into a dedication to his favorite clothing brand, Ralph Lauren. Well played.

God is a Awesome God

Tattoo needles don’t come with a spell check, unfortunately. This one error isn’t a spelling mistake, but more of a typo — still embarrassing to have missed it out, though!

Pikachu

A cover up tattoo artist made an interesting twist to the work by covering up an embarrassing Pikachu tattoo with another Pikachu tattoo. The final result is just genius.

Nathan is Nothing on Ryan Wilson

Well done… but what happens when she breaks up with Ryan Wilson?

Tattooed Little Black Book

I hope this person won’t run out of arm space to fill out names of his girls…

Correcting Several Misspellings

The original tattoo has tons of misspellings. It’s difficult, even close to impossible to correct it as it is, so the tattoo artist came up with a solution: he made it look like a school assignment, complete with teacher’s corrections and a stained coffee cup.

Scribble It Out

When you just don’t want to bother about a big inked problem, just scribble it out.

Giant Square

Because I don’t know, I find this big giant square so significant I had it tattooed in my back.

Crap Tattoo

This is one way to cover up a crappy tattoo you got that one time you got drunk..

Andy, Screw You!

Because sometimes, sh*t happens. This is one solution of removing an ex’s name off your skin.