But there are a lot, and I mean A LOT, of idiots out there. (Seriously. Look over to your right. See that guy there? He's an idiot!) They're everywhere. And I started thinking about how many other people must be walking around out there with tattoos consisting of misspelled words. It was shortly after I started thinking this that I realized that there were likely a lot more than could be accounted for, as probably half of them still don't know that it's not spelled "moran", but rather "moron". Regardless, morons (and morans) love the Internet. And they love to upload pictures to the Internet, too. Needless to say, it wasn't too hard for me to locate "a few" other misspelled tattoos. And while they're about what you'd think they'd be, I'm going to share them with you anyways.
So, in case you've realized that today doesn't know and you're wondering if perhaps the next day does, here's your answer. It doesn't.
What if you've just had it with everything and need to voice your displeasure with a profane saying inked into your upper arm? That'll show them!
Now, if you're going to be having coitus with the "systsem", you're going to need justification for doing so. Here it is:
You know what would have been even more "AWESOME", dude? Finishing HIGH SCHOOL!
Um, first of all, why are your cards puzzle pieces that are afire? Cards like that are going to be hard to play at all. But the issue at hand is, well, the arm. See, sir....um, where the tattoo is located IS "YOUR DELT". But the imagery of the tattoo seems to be referring to cards that "YOU'RE DEALT". Anatomy, grammar, spelling...so many problems.
Here is a fellow who is unclear on the "-ism" factor and has instead gone with the "-esm" factor.
So there you have it. I think that my only advice to people who really feel the need to tattoo some sort of word or words on their body is that they should go with something that they really know. Since they all seem to have a cumulative IQ which is approximately half that of a potted palm, I'm going to suggest maybe they stick with their name. But just their FIRST name. Anything more than that and they're just asking for trouble.