Certified Genius Gets Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Tattoo Two Months Too Early
Like diamonds, tattoos are forever. Unlike diamonds, you cannot take tattoos off.
Just ask Jordan Garnett, Dallas Cowboys super-fan, comedian, and the proud owner of a Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl tattoo — even though the Cowboys won’t be going to the Super Bowl. As an act of faith, Garnett got this tattoo in December, predicting his beloved team would win the Super Bowl, despite the fact that neither Emmitt Smith or Troy Aikman play anymore.
Well, after yesterday’s loss to the Green Bay Packers, it looks like the Cowboys will not be going to the Super Bowl and Garnett will be setting a GoFundMe for tattoo removal.
Maybe these Twitter users can roast it off.
Ew, boy. This isn't going to end well.
Wait, the Cowboys lost? Oh, no. That tattoo.
What hurts more, this or the tattoo?
If you're sad about the Cowboys losing then think about how bad the guy who got the Super Bowl tattoo feels...— Zane Ewing (@zaneseth82) January 16, 2017
This is the Super Bowl of roastings.
There's still hope for us.
Whenever you're sad just remember...there's a guy out there with a Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl LI Champs tattoo on his arm.— Cristian Soratos (@soratos_miler) January 16, 2017
This dude called it.
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