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Fan Gets That Ugly Mug Tatted On His Backside

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Some people celebrate their team’s success by purchasing the appropriate T-shirts or stickers. Others enjoy the success so much they’re convinced getting inked is necessary.

In the days after the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA Finals, one fan chose to get Dirk Nowitzki’s face tattooed on his butt cheek.

Imagine what kind of questions he could face one day.

Honey, can you put some pants on? I’m tired of that man staring at me everytime you get out of the shower.

Hey, dude, what’s your obsession with German men?

He explained his thinking to the Dallas Observer (via I am a GM):

nowitizki tattoo Fan Gets That Ugly Mug Tatted On His Backside

Once they got to the Finals, especially against the Miami Heat, I may have got a little too excited and posted on Facebook that I would get Dirk’s face tatted on my ass if they won it all. I got quite a few comments back from friends, so I knew that if they did win it all I would kind of have to do it. When Dirk lifted the Larry O’Brien and the MVP trophy it was the greatest sports moment of my life. I sports-cried, called a high school friend that does tattoos and have been on a Dallas Mavericks championship high ever since. Now I realize that I will be sitting on a big German man’s face for the rest of my life.

Would you get a tattoo of an athlete’s face on your body?

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