The internet is forever. At least according to my family, anyway. Anything you post online is there permanently and can be searched by anyone, forever in the 0's and 1's that make up this crazy online world.
Celebrities don't seem to understand this concept though. Apparently, they think that if you just delete a tweet, it is erased from the annals of history forever.
Not so much.
In fact, tattoo artist Kasper Nørlund is making a name for himself by tattooing deleted celebrity tweets onto people's bodies. That's right.
Nørlund includes the celebrity's Twitter handle, the quote, and the date they tweeted it on the tattoo. He dubs this project "The Tweetoo Project" and aims to make people, namely celebrities, more cognizant of what they say online. This is a hilarious way to deter celebrities from saying dumb things on social media, and I think the world might be a better place for it.