Tattoo Lover’s Name on Your Body – Is it the Kiss of Death? [POLL]
When Angelina Jolie tattooed Billy Bob Thornton’s name on herself, people already confirmed what they’d known for a while.
That she’s a wackadoo.
This was only made worse by the both of them drinking each other’s blood.
And as many fairy tale Hollywood relationships go south…this one did too.
And Angelina had to get Billy’s name removed.
So now, anytime you see Angelina on the red carpet with her arms bare, what remains of the relationship is nothing but a black smudge.
And that’s just one example of why you don’t ever get your significant other’s name tattooed on your body.
Then there’s this:
A Russian woman let her new ‘boyfriend’ tattoo his name across her face - less than 24 hours after they first met.
The woman, named only as Lesya, allowed tattoo artist Rouslan Toumaniantz to ink the word 'Ruslan' on her in giant Gothic script.
The tattoo-mad former art student, from Saransk, also had "All For Love" inked above her eyebrow.
"It's a symbol of our eternal devotion. I'd like him to tattoo every inch of my body," she said.
The impromptu inking happened less than a day after the pair, who met in an internet chat room, met up physically for the first time in Moscow.
They say they are now "head over heels in love," and engaged, with Lesya already taking her future husband's surname.
It is not the first time that Toumaniantz's handiwork has hit the headlines.
In 2009, he was accused of tattooing 56 stars on 18-year-old Kimberley Vlaeminckin's face when she was asleep at his Tattoo Box studio in Coutrai, Belgium.
His alleged victim claimed she just wanted three stars near her eye. But a week later she confessed to Dutch TV that she had lied as she was scared of how her father would react.
The subsequent backlash caused Toumaniantz to flee Belgium.
Wackadoos to the max!
But it’s not uncommon to have the name of a former girlfriend/boyfriend/spouse…what have you tattooed somewhere on your torso…only for the relationship to go sour.
Is it the kiss of death for a relationship to have the name of your significant other tattooed on your body?