This Guy That Got A 'Henry The Hoover' Tattoo Over His Junk Is Upset That It's Negatively Affected His Love Life
Metro- Lewis Flint, 21, from Grimsby, decided to have the tattoo of the popular Henry the Hoover vacuum cleaner inked on his crotch and a black lead, plug and socket on his bottom.He loved the design at first but it is now ruining his love life.
Lewis said: ‘When I first got it done aged 16 I couldn’t stop getting it out, I got loads of attention and I was a bit of a local hero, I loved it.’
Speaking on the latest episode of Channel 4’s Bodyshockers, he explained: ‘But I was with a girl recently and I liked her, things were going well until we got naked.
‘When she saw it she said “what’s that? I am off!” I was gutted, I never thought I would regret my tattoo when I got it done.’
You know what they never tell you when you are about to get a tattoo? That it's going to last forever. Talk about a lack of business ethics. Yeah sure, it's all fun and games when you're 16 years old and you get to whip out your super intricate household cleaning joke for a laugh every time you have one too many drinks. Who would been able to guess that novelty would fade as potential sexual partners grew more mature? One second women are dropping their drawers for the guy with the punny dick tattoo, and five years later they think he is unfit to potentially start a relationship with? You can't just develop a new perspective on life with age. That would put everyone's adolescent tattoos at risk, especially the ones that reside around the groin region. Come on ladies, his penis is the hose, don't you get it? That's funny! Laugh dammit, laugh. That tattoo was meant to be inviting, not frightening. It's goal was to lighten the mood, not dampen the date. Just give the guy a chance. I'm sure after the 10th or 11th blowjob you'll barely even notice the vacuum with eyeballs making direct eye contact with you. Worst case scenario you just have to close your eyes and pretend it's not there whenever you want to get intimate. Is that asking too much when the reward could be the man of your dreams?
You know the funniest thing about that tattoo is that it's become antiquated with age. The only people that would still understand it have already outlived it's entertainment value. He got it when he was 16 years old and if he showed it a group of 16 year olds today (which I DO NOT recommend doing) they would have no fucking clue who Henry the Hoover is. They would probably just think it was some elaborate ploy to get in the pants of underaged girls, which was pretty much it's original intent in the first place. Poor guy suffered from a lack of foresight as a teenager, I bet that's never benefited the tattoo industry before.