The lower back tattoo or most commonly known as the 'tramp stamp' isn't the classiest thing in the world.
Even misogynistic. It got its bad reputation from how TV exacerbated how people see lower back tattoos.
Not my favorite
Tramp stamps weren't always that bad to begin with. They've been uncovered from mummies who have been sporting these more appropriately-called lower back tattoos long before Britney and Xtina thought they would look good with their cropped tops.
My tramp stamp doesn't lie
It's the thong of the tattoo world. It's fine if you want to keep one but it's not supposed to be seen by every f-cking one. Maybe save for those who want to sleep with you, no one else wants to see it. A butt crack is bad enough. Don't add a sh-tty tattoo to top it off.
Can't decide if she wants tribal or traditional, might as well get the worst of both worlds.
Friends that 'tramp stamps' together, stays together.
Recent from NSFW
Getting straight to the point, aren't we?
That makes it a bit less trashy. Nice.
I think I'd pass on this type of crack.
If this doesn't scream "Ride me!" it probably lacks a bell.
As if the tacky tribal design wasn't enough. Oh fod
Dude trying to be clever #1
Dude trying to be clever #2
Dude trying to be clever #3
I don't know what exactly this chick or dude is trying to get across. I don't think I want to know either.
The classic tattoo cliché.
Loud and clear, no bullsh-t. I like that.
It gets funnier the longer you look at it.
Because one tattoo fail can't stand alone.
Cancerians might want to reconsider the zodiac symbol instead.
W H Y
This is blasphemy!
The decent font almost made me forget that it's a tramp stamp.
Oh, the big difference going to a fine artist makes.
Why do I even bother to ask.
"Maybe if I add a bigger random tribal design, they won't notice the one I got when I was 17."
Since it's SpongeBob, we might be able to forgive this chap.
This isn't what Flo had in mind when he was singing "apple bottom jeans..."
"Relax bruh, it's still an outline." That's not even its final form yet.
No, no, that's not how you do it.
These people sure love getting straight to the point, don't they?
I guess this is how you do it. Won't mind.
At least he's polite about it.
Legal-aged Twilight fans are so dangerous.
You don't get a dad tramp stamp unless you want disturbing implications.
Hips don't lie.
It's already 2015, some tattoo shops really have to offer free spelling lessons already.