Women with lower back tattoos- “tramps stamps” what can I say that I haven’t already said quite often in an extremely off-color and very inappropriate manner?
I’ll defer to Guyism on this one, they gave as good a synopsis as you’ll find on the topic:
It all started with the movie, The Wedding Crashers. Thank you Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson for bringing the “Tramp Stamps” to the public’s attention. After the scene where they point out that lower back tattoos are like a target, it seemed like every bar hopping babe, who didn’t already have one, went out and got one the next day. Not only can tramp stamps serve as targets, but they can also serve as warnings.
We lead this off with Anna Kournikova, one of the highest earning female athletes of all time.
For more Anna pics, and details about her 30th birthday party go here
Ok so Megan doesn’t have one in the traditional spot, but she has “Brian” (for her fiance Brian Austin Green) tattoed right above her panty line in front, so that’s close enough. And she has words than the text of Leo Tolstoy’s “War and Peace” tattooed all over the rest of her body. To see who Fox called Hitler go here
Unnamed Oregon Cheerleader (second from left)
Check out the tanned (and her skin’s the color mocha) Oregon cheerleader. Again, like Megan Fox ‘s Brian tattoo, it’s kind of like a front tramp stamps. Like an arrow pointing to the Holy Land. (she has a Jesus fish there after all) For the hot Oregon Cheerleaders photo gallery
That’s her pictured above, for more pics of her go here.
The phrase is supposedly dedicated to her dead Italian grandfather (point for her) but also the name of one of her songs that no one listened to (point deducted)
I know you’re like who? Well, the 2002 Playmate of the year has the biggest tramp stamp I’ve ever seen. And when you factor in that she is a single mom who stayed with a man who beat her- there’s just so many stereotypes and preconceived notions all rolled up into one human being here that you couldn’t leave her off the list.
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