30 Tragically Awesome Twilight Tattoos

It doesn't take a brain surgeon to realize that Twilight has one of the most dedicated and passionate fan bases around. Let's be honest, it's absurdly awesome. So it's no surprise when fangirls, fanboys and Cullen Cougars alike go to great lengths to show their love to the world. And what better way to express their unwavering love for vampires and werewolves and the novels of Stephenie Meyer than something so permanent as a tattoo? 

Apparently Twilight tattoos are "all the rage." Okay. They're really not a rage, but they're at the very least amusing to look at. In ten...fifteen...fifty years...I'd like to sit down with some of these ladies and gather their thoughts on their beloved ink. I'd venture to say that some of these folks will lament over their past decisions...but hey--to each their own! I'm a Twilight fan, but I can't imagine sporting something so everlasting when it's turned into a cornerstone of pop culture (I'd want something a little more obscure I suppose...though I am guilty as charged for sporting ink of a corporate logo - but I digress). 
Anyways...in honor of today's nationwide release of The Twilight Sage: Eclipse, I present to you...30 Tragically Awesome Twilight Tattoos...

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  • This might be the saddest post I've ever seen.

  • In reply to Magistra:

    Aww...I wouldn't say sad. Some people are just...overly passionate to the point where it can cloud judgment. ;) I actually really dig #23 but without the writing.

  • In reply to RunningJayhawk:

    If I were a Twilight fan, I'd get a tattoo of scrawny Taylor Lautner on my stomach so that I could watch him beef up during my pregnancy.

  • In reply to Magistra:

    That's love, I guess. I have to admit, one of my daughter's has a Twilight t-shirt. I can't get my hands around this tat think though; it must be generational thing...or maybe it's all the hip topics nowadays...I don't think putting my love of Erma Bombeck or Ted Koppel on my body would be anywhere near as interesting. :)

  • In reply to jtithof:

    To each their own! I personally would love to see you sporting a tribute to Ted Koppel across your back in permanent ink, Jackie. :)

  • In reply to jtithof:

    actually, I thought #23 was a Dresden Dolls / Amanda Palmer thing. at least that's why my friend who has that on her shoulder tells us, as well as this person: http://twitpic.com/ykmqx

  • In reply to notmargaret:

    I don't think the symbol in #23 is necessarily a Twilight thing (though it's by far my most favorite on the list)...it's the Italian underneath it that make it Twi-worthy. The treble clef/bass clef combo shaping a heart is simply beautiful though.

  • In reply to RunningJayhawk:

    Ah, I see. I don't read Italian (or know anything about Twilight). And I agree, I love the treble/bass heart. My friend has that tattoo and I've been thinking about getting it myself. One of the few tattoos I've ever seen that I liked enough to permanently put on my own body!

  • In reply to RunningJayhawk:

    OMG the tattoos are great, but I'll know Twilight has really caught on when women start demanding C-sections done via vampires teeth.

  • In reply to notmargaret:

    Very tragic and absurd, nothing "awesome" at all about these. On women, I can understand, but on straight guys? Seems kinda douche-like to me.
    These people need to get a life, so sad.

  • In reply to Logan2x:

    Hence the label: "Tragically Awesome." No doubt the ink is indeed awesome in their own eyes, and you can't argue that with them.

  • In reply to Magistra:

    Oops, I mean daughters.

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