How many people have tattoo regret these days? Failed relationships? Drunken doodles? Well, it seems Hayden Panettiere is in this ever burgeoning category. She’s trying to erase the words Vivere senza rimipianti. The last word should be spelled “rimpianti.” Just one “i” off… aww, SO close. “My tattoo means ‘Live without regrets.’ It’s not that you don’t regret things in life, but you at least try to learn from them. It’s misspelled too,” Panettiere said. “So I literally have to live by that advice!” Hey, I’ve got another tattoo idea: how about, “It’s never too late, if you’ve got the money!” ( via The Daily News; photos: Pacific Coast New,)
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“You had one job” is an expression that calls attention to perceived blunders made by workers on the job. On the web, the phrase is heavily associated with FAIL image macros. The earliest known mention of the phrase can be heard in a scene from the 2001 Ocean’s Eleven remake, in which Don Cheadle’s character Basher Tarr scolds his team for missing a step that singlehandedly leads to the failure of an otherwise well-planned vault heist. In other words, they had just that one job to do and they f*cked it up. Here are a few examples; more at the hadonejob website. (via laughingsquid)
It may be his fourth wife, but that didn’t stop Kelsey Grammer from getting his first tattoo. Choosing the butchest spot to get one, his hip, Kelsey got his bride’s name inked on him in a manly, flowy font. His wife is pregnant with twins and now Kayte gets to see her name every time she comes face to face with his own set of twins.