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2013-04-07 15:46
This little gem was sent in by Amit, and is just too good to pass.As the story goes, this girl wanted to write "I love XXX" (boyfriend's name) in Hebrew and tried to accomplish the task usin… Read More
2011-04-01 08:04
Today's victim really did try. She even asked an Israeli friend to provide the correct translation for her Hebrew tattoo, but to no avail. Tattoos done in Hebrew just have a special way of a… Read More
2011-01-15 20:47
Sometimes, Hebrew tattoos can be all too funny. Take this cute scene, that was forwarded here by Reut, as a prime example:The tattoo reads in Hebrew as "Gamad", which translates to… Read More
2010-12-11 14:43
Today's victim was going for a spiritual ring tattoo. She wanted "Mercy" tattooed in Hebrew on her finger, but I guess God had other plans...There's just a tiny incorrectness in one of the H… Read More
2010-12-08 19:49
This is a statue. It resides in The Israel Museum in Jerusalem, and spells out Ahava (Love in Hebrew), somewhat artistically.The design became famous, and can be found in Hebr… Read More
2010-12-01 20:56
Today we have a Hebrew tattoo of something unusual, the Daddygirl. I guess Daddygirls happen when men who have children undergo sex transformation?Well, here's one of these rare cr… Read More
2010-11-28 20:05
When I first saw this tattoo, I thought it wasn't Hebrew writing at all. It looks like some weird script, Martian maybe?The victim claims this Hebrew-like doodle to be her name, an… Read More
2010-11-16 18:56
I've stumbled on some fresh bad Hebrew ink today, and here it is for your viewing pleasure:Two feet. Two girls. Two unknown Hebrew somethings.This Hebrew tattoo begins with a Mem S… Read More
2010-11-06 09:45
Misspelling your Hebrew tattoo can lead to funny results, as we've seen before with semolina boys, the egg girl and several others. This tattoo is no exception:Today's victim was going for a… Read More
2010-10-30 15:13
Today's victim went for a famous quote by Friedrich Nietzsche, for his Hebrew tattoo: "What doesn't kill you, makes you stronger". He miscalculated just a little bit:I don't know w… Read More

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