I love my chinchilla Marley. I love her so much, even though she pees on me when she's angry, bites me when I'm holding her for too long, and runs away from me because she doesn't want to snuggle.
Being a chinchilla's mother has its ups and downs, but in general she is my child and I love her.
As much as I adore my furry baby I would not, however, get 29 tattoos on my body dedicated to her. I'm not saying there is anything wrong with a chinchilla tattoo. One could be really cool. But to cover my body in them? That seems a little excessive.
Someone should have relayed the same memo to Miley Cyrus 42-year-old super-fan Carl McCoid, father of three way before Cyrus found out and deemed them ugly and creepy.
‘I got my first tattoo of Miley after I was divorced in 2010, but it got to the point where it was getting obsessive."
Yes. Perhaps you did get a little obsessed after 29 tattoos and spending $3,179.88 total.
Cyrus had this to say about them:
"There’s a dude that holds a record of the most pictures of my face, he has like 18 pictures of my face and they’re really ugly."
This hurt McCoid's feelings and now he isn't as much of a fan anymore. He even went as far as to say her 'Bangerz' album was "disappointing."
McCoin is single and thinks that getting rid of the tattoos will help him get back into the dating scene.
I'd say, yes McCoin... that would be the best move for you.