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Well i have a thing about individuality.....it's your  choice .......tattoos ........ the more creative the better .........this guys  tattoo......... i think is smart........ inventive ........  and  funny ........in a moment of  sadness  ..........he seems to be happy and that;s all that matters ..........i like tattoos ....... but cannot  have one !!!!!!!!....i am on blood thinners .....no can do .......oh well !!!!!!!

Tattoos its all in the minds eye .....good  job mate !!!!!........fuck these people ........they probably have shite tattoos  anyways ......



"Everyone has their own personal opinions, but voicing them should only be to a certain extent. all you need to do is scroll past if you don’t like it."

The 18-year-old, who said her dad "loves" the tat, was praised for her retort. The man's wife called his detractors "idiots" and added: "It was done as a tribute to the Queen. Hubby absolutely adored her."

The Queen and Paddington Bear.
The Queen and Paddington Bear.

Many people also pointed out that the 'that's' in the caption was lacking an apostrophe. But Jon explained on Facebook that it's that way because that's how the reference picture was.

He said an apostrophe "can be added without an issue." Jon added: "Keep the comments nice, no need for the guy to have sly digs his way for respecting and respecting the Royal Family."



Scots dad mocked for 'rubbish' tribute tattoo of Queen and Paddington Bear

The inking features the Queen holding hands with Paddington Bear with the words "Well that's that done, tea?" above.

The tattoo quickly went viral online.
The tattoo quickly went viral online.

A Scots dad who got a tribute tattoo of the Queen with Paddington Bear following the monarch's death has been ruthlessly mocked online for the "rubbish" design. Jon Malvern, who runs Tattoo Central in Benidorm, inked the image on the customer's calf on Monday, September 12.

The man's wife posted a picture of the tattoo to a Benidorm Facebook group, with the inking quickly going viral online. Created by illustrator Eleanor Tomlinson, the drawing features the Queen holding hands with Paddington Bear. Her famous corgi is also by her side, with the words "Well that's that done, tea?" above, the Daily Star reports.

Jon, who is originally from Wallsend in Newcastle, explained that the client brought in the drawing for him to tattoo on his leg. He said: "It's very common in this industry to have requests for tribute tattoos after a well-known person passes away.

"I normally shy away from them because I don't like to make money off other people's misfortune. So when I got the request, I said I wouldn't make money from it.

"On the day of the funeral, I will close the shop and use the money from the reduced-price tattoo to buy flowers to put outside of the shop."

The inking features Her Majesty's famous corgi and the words 'Well that's that done, tea?'.
The inking features Her Majesty's famous corgi and the words 'Well that's that done, tea?'. 

The 39-year-old added that "being patriotic isn’t a crime." The photo, which has racked up over five thousand likes and five hundred comments on Facebook, as well as going viral on Twitter, has divided people.

And responding to the negative comments, the man's daughter came out fighting. She wrote on the original post from her mother: "This is my dad’s tattoo. one thing to be said, there’s no need to comment anything that’s mean/hurtful.


But some social media users weren't having it. One said: "I would divorce this man and get a restraining order so fast it would reverse the flow of time, rearrange reality, and prevent me from meeting let alone marrying them in the first place."

The skit saw the Queen and Paddington have a tea party as he wished her a "lovely Jubilee" as she celebrated her 70th year on the throne. It saw Her Majesty and Paddington pull out their respective Marmalade sandwiches as Paddington said: "Thank you... for everything", before wrapping up the skit as the Jubilee aired on TV.








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