Synopses & Reviews
Dr. Phil, Gay Unicorns, and Jesus Christ...
They're all tattooed on someone's ass. Or face, or whatever. Remember that time you were wasted and thought it would be a good idea to get a tattoo on your leg of Maury Povich shaking hands with Sasquatch, but your friends talked you out of it at the last second? Well, some people don't have any friends...
Aviva Yael and P. M. Chen spent a year going to tattoo conventions and tattoo studios all over the country, chasing, stalking, e-mailing, calling, interviewing, ambushing, and hunting down whomever they could in order to find the most insane tattoos out there. What started out as a joke in a bar became a year-long tattoo safari that's presented here in all its full color, balls-to-the-wall, train-wreck/beauty-pageant glory.
"Either I'm dumb or super advanced, but the tattoo of the dinosaur wearing the fanny pack is pretty amazing. I don't think of NO REGRETS as a joke book actually--it's an ideas book. Is getting a light-bulb tattooed on my forehead pushing it? I didn't think so either. Thanks guys!"--Lesley Arfin, Vice magazine columnist and author of Dear Diary
"This book truly lives up to its title. It's a hilarious compendium of extraordinarily bad decisions that last FOREVER. If you ever thought of getting tattoo of a beef-chicken, Michael Moore, or an ejaculating penis, maybe after reading this book you'll think again. I laughed, I cried, I gawked. But mostly I just gawked and laughed. Actually I only gawked and laughed."--Michael Showalter, comedian
"You should buy this book and then get a tattoo of it on yourself. Seriously. This book is hilarious!"--Demetri Martin, comedian, The Daily Show
"These are the best tattoos I've ever seen. There's more creativity collected in this book than in an entire episode of Dancing with the Stars."--Nick Zarin-Ackerman, usician, The Virgins
"If you buy this book and have it lying around your dorm room, people will probably stop in, glance at it, and f**k you as a quick 'thanks' for sharing something so cool."--Eugene Mirman, comedian
In the proud tradition of Bad Cat comes this book of bad tats--there are simply no words to describe these tattoos that should never be permanently etched on anyone's body.
About the Author
is a writer living in New York City
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PM Chen is a part-time basket-weaver, writer, and three-time silver medalist in the luge. He lives in Brooklyn, NY with his pet fish and six cats.