The Girl with the Nagging Tattoo
The reviews are in! And our article about the rise of LA Kings Stanley Cup Tattoos is a hit! To the face!
So… let me get this straight.
You are upset that I put something out in public on the internet…
… that you already put out in public on the internet?
Oh!!! I’m so sorry. I didn’t realize that the tattoos were free.
THAT EXPLAINS EVERYTHING.
Yes, you are 100% right. I wrote a 1000 word review about LA Kings Stanley Cup tattoos
just to deal with my issue of being too scared to get one myself.
Finally! Somebody with something smart to say.
(Actually @LA_CliffordBaby unfollowed me on Twitter last night. But, hey, who is counting?)
I have to say… this Kevin Young fellow is actually kinda smart.
Yes, Kevin Young. I’ve been going to LA Kings games for nearly 25 years,
paid for 1/2 Season Tickets the last 10 seasons, watch the games religiously,
traveled to Europe to watch them play and I blog about them nearly nightly
all in an effort to support my pro-Ducks, anti-Kings agenda. You figured it out.
Well if there isn’t a clearer definition of what a blogger is than this, then I don’t want to know.
So any fucking idiot can start a blog but I’m expected to do research?
Man, this blogging thing is tough!
When I set out to really find a way to drive tons of traffic to this site…
“write a niche article about LA Kings Stanley Cup tattoos” shot to top of my list.
I have no idea what this means.
But man, I’d love #TheRoyalHalfAssingIt to become a trending topic.
Maybe I just don’t understand this generation…
but if you think a blog post is complete bullshit why would you tattoo it onto your body?
Seems counterintuitive to me.
No argument here, sister. The Kings winning the Stanley Cup for the first time in their history
was one of the greatest days of my life too. I just chose to not memorialize it with a free tattoo.
All of that above was just the positive feedback! Check out what some really upset people had to say:
Well, at least they aren’t saying any more bad stuff about me on Twitter anymore. Nope, they’ve taken it to Facebook!
I would love to see this guys’ books.
Totally. LA Kings fans NEVER put people down at all. Ever.
Leaving my mommy’s house is not the reason I wouldn’t get a Kings tattoo.
No, it’s because my mommy won’t let me.
No idea what this means.
You are right… I couldn’t handle the pain… of having a free LA Kings Stanley Cup tattoo for the rest of my life.
I believe the children are the future. Teach them well… and let them lead the way.
And God help us all.
This can only end bad. Which is good.