You can't go wrong with the words, “Ohana means family. Family means nobody gets left behind — or forgotten.” It's like “Hakuna Matata.” (Editor's Note: Hakuna Matata is an upbeat and wonderful song, not the saddest part of the movie. And Pumbaa shaking his money maker to the beat is one of the greatest scenes in cinematic history.)
They're the golden sayings of the Disney universe. Lilo and Stitch sure proved to be a tearjerker Disney film, having an orphaned Hawaiian kid finding a friend in a weird, blue mutation of an alien. You won't be able to help but love Stitch. He's weird, he's hyper, and he's the best alien Disney pet you never asked for. Let him add a hint of chaos in your tattoo sleeves with these various Stitch tattoos.
And did you know that Ving Rhames was in this movie? Rhames plays a CIA operative named Cobra Bubbles who is assigned to watch over Stitch. There's a lot to unpack here. First, Marcellus frickin' Wallace is in a Disney film. Thankfully, he did not have to go medieval on anyone's ass. Secondly, Cobra Bubbles? That name is AMAZING. It's a weird combination of an online gaming call sign and stripper alias. Stitch is cool and all, but why aren't there tattoos of Cobra Bubbles. Or, hell, just that name as a belly rocker?
Look, I get it, aliens can be pretty damn cute. But where are all the Lilo tattoos? She's the real hero in this film. She needs to be shown some tattoo love!
So, there you have it, a ton of Stitch tattoos for the entire Ohana. Which means family. Which means... whatever. Where are the damn Cobra Bubbles tattoos? That's what the world needs.
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