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23 Photos of Weird-Ass Taco Tattoos that are Completely Real

OK, so taco tattoos are apparently a thing. Seriously. And they range from weird to what-were-you-thinking-you-must-have-been-drunk-and-high.

Here’s a Taco Tuesday tattoo. Weird, but nothing crazy.

True love? For tacos. Completely understandable.

Tacos! #wesleysewelltattoo

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Now things are taking a turn…

OK. Things have officially gotten weird.

For those of you who didn’t know there was tacosaurus, here’s proof of its existence.

Here’s a taco with a mustache and a hat. Kinda stereotypical.

Taco. #tacotattoo by @woodzart

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Can’t get worse, can it? Oh.

Done by @lisasinner !! Call the shop to book an appointment with her !!

A photo posted by Adrenaline Toronto (@adrenalinetoronto) on

It can. ???

Let’s cleanse our palettes with this Emiliano Zapata-looking taco tattoo.

Spontaneous tattoos are always the best tattoos #tacotattoo #sorrymum

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Here’s a member of the nefarious taco crew.

TACO GANG! #nixxin #foolprooftattoo #texastattoo #tacotattoo #kerrvilletx #

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And, uh, here’s a taco wearing headphones.

This person wants to start a conversation about tacos…

And this person wants to end it.

Yeah! #taco #tacotattoo #justanotherhole #tattoo

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This person gives you a glimpse into the thought process behind their tattoo:

And, most likely, so does this person:

Jake's WU taco !

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Creepy or cute?

This person loves tacos to the bone. ?

Yes! #tattoo #colortattoo #tacotattoo #scaryghost #skulltattoo #iowatattoo #ironhearttattoo

A photo posted by Sean Wilcox (@sean_wilcox) on

Is this a cat taco or a taco cat?

This is definitely a cat taco.

Wondering where the “Broken taco wearing a band-aid while riding a unicycle” tattoo is? It’s right here:

You’re probably thinking, “That’s a lot of hardshell yellow cheese American tacos, mitú.” Here’s one for you if you’re all about authenticity:

¿Se animan a tatuarse algo así? Foto@jijuss #TacoTattoo #Chingon #Respect ?

A photo posted by LaFabricaDelTaco (@lafabricadeltaco) on

And another one.

And here’s one with jalapeño and a rabano for good measure.

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Cardi B Is Being Sued For The Use Of A Tattoo On Her Album Cover

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Cardi B Is Being Sued For The Use Of A Tattoo On Her Album Cover

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Cardi B is facing a mounting legal challenge over one of her album covers. A judge recently decided that the use of a tattoo on one of her album covers. Namely, the lawsuit states that the album cover used the tattoo in a humiliating way.

Cardi B is heading to court after a federal court ruling.

Cardi B is going to court over the massive back tattoo displayed on Cardi B’s “Gangsta Bitch Music Vol. 1.” The tattoo of a tiger and a snake was prominently displayed across the man back on the album cover as Cardi B drinks from a Corona bottle. That photo is the cause of a lawsuit against Cardi B.

Cardi B and her legal team originally argued that the image was a transformative take on the original image. The rapper argued that the use of the image was protected under fair use, but the judge did not agree.

“To constitute a transformative fair use, the revised image must have significant transformative or creative elements to make it something more than mere likeness or imitation,” writes Carney. “A reasonable jury in this case could conclude that there are insufficient transformative or creative elements on the GBMV1 cover to constitute a transformative use of Plaintiff’s tattoo.”

The judge is using the testimony of the man who created the album cover against Cardi B.

The creator, Timm Gooden, testified that he had created an album cover after using various images. When he turned in the draft, Gooden was told to find a different image and he used an image he found from a Google search. The image was then pasted onto the man in the photo and used as the album cover.

Kevin Brophy Jr. alleges that the use of the tattoo misappropriated his likeness in a humiliating way. Brophy tried to use an expert to claim that more than $1.5 million were made because of the image, but the judge disagreed.

The case will be heading to a jury in 2021 adding to a trend of tattoo litigation.

Catherine Alexander, WWE wrestler Randy Orton’s tattoo artist, is suing the WWE and Take-Two Interactive Software over a tattoo. The wrestler is depicted in a video game with the tattoo and the tattoo artist wants to be compensated for the use of it.

READ: Cardi B Catches Major Heat For Asking Twitter Whether She Should Purchase an $88K Handbag

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You Can Order A ‘Taco Vacuna’ And ‘La Cura’ At This Covid 19-Themed Taqueria

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You Can Order A ‘Taco Vacuna’ And ‘La Cura’ At This Covid 19-Themed Taqueria

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Pandemia. Brote. Vacuna. La Peste. Although you may find these terms in a glossary about the Covid-19 outbreak, that’s not what these words actually refer to. Instead, they’re options on the menu at a Mexican taqueria called “Tacovid: Sabor Viral”, a perhaps surprisingly very successful Coronavirus-themed restaurant.

Although to many having a Covid-themed taqueria may seem morbid or disrespectful or perhaps gross – I mean who wants to order a plague taco? – the taqueria is making light of a very serious situation with humor. Something that several other businesses have done since the pandemic began.

”Tacovid: Sabor Viral” is the Mexican taqueria going viral – pun intended – for its Covid-themed menu.

Ok…virus-themed tacos don’t exactly sound appetizing. Especially, as we’re still in the midst of a very real pandemic. But one 23-year-old man in the Mexican city of León, who was forced to close down his dance studio because of Coronavirus, is counting on a Covid-themed restaurant – and so far he’s been surprised by its success.

Brandon Velázquez converted his dance academy into a taquería at the end of July, and given that Mexico and the rest of the world was – and is – in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic decided to call it Tacovid Sabor Viral.

“I had to close my dance academy during the pandemic [but] then an opportunity arose to return to the same place, however, people still did not go out for fear of getting infected.” he told the newspaper El Universal.

“I had always wanted to open a taqueria and, at the end of July, the opportunity to do so occurred. It was how I took advantage of the moment to create this business with a coronavirus theme,” he added.

Items on the menu are named after – you guessed it – the Coronavirus and don’t sound like anything you’d willfully choose to order.

The young entrepreneur detailed the name of each dish, taking full advantage of the Coronavirus theme.

“We have around 12 different dishes, among them are the ‘Tacovid’; we have ‘Forty’, ‘Quesanitizing’, ‘Pandemic’, ‘Outbreak’, and many others. The price varies depending on the dish you order,” he told El Universal.

In addition to themed dishes, the servers also fit the Coronavirus-theme.

When the pandemic hit Mexico, the government urged Mexicans to observe “su sana distancia” and the now common mascot – Susana Distancia – was born.

“In the restaurant, a waitress dressed as a nurse with the name of ‘Susana’ takes orders and works the tables, referring to the healthy distance campaign that was implemented as a precautionary measure,” he says.

To his surprise – and honestly mine as well – the taqueria has been very successful.

Brandon told El Universal that he’s been pleasantly surprised by the support he has received from customers. “I’m surprised because we have had really good sales, despite the circumstances, we have had a lot of support by the community and we’ve already expanded to have two locations.”

“Customers are funny about the theme we are using in the business, and they are delighted with the dishes we are offering. They enjoy it and have a good time,” added Brandon.

Things are looking so good for Brandon and his Covid-themed taqueria, that he’s looking to expand the food business and add new dishes to the menu. “There is always the idea of new names for other dishes that we want to include in the menu.”

Brandon also said that he’s looking to build out a business model so the restaurant could expand to other parts of the country as a franchise.

Apparently, people are really into Covid-themed foods, as this isn’t the first place that a shop as cashed in on the pandemic. Back in April, a panadería was selling out of Covid-themed baked goods so quickly, they couldn’t keep the shelves stocked.

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