by (@JordanRuntagh)

Miley Cyrus Debuts Her Teddy Roosevelt Inspired Tattoo. Yup, Add That To Our List Of WTF Celebrity Ink

Miley Cyrus gets a Teddy Roosevelt tattoo

Ke$ha topped the list of our 20 Worst Celebrity Tattoos a few weeks back when she proudly displayed her inner lip ink reading “Suck It” on instagram. But now the dollar-signed-one might have some competition in Miley Cyrus, who was seen today showing off her new Theodore Roosevelt-inspired tattoo. We say “might,” because honestly we’re not sure how to feel about it. Body art inspired by our 26th president isn’t something we come across on a regular basis. On one hand, we guess it’s a pretty cool quote taken from a 1910 speech in which he said “So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat.” But on the other hand…what? And furthermore, WTF? We know you’re just being Miley, but damn. Maybe she’s still feeling the patriotism from her 4th of July festivities. Head on down to the gallery below to see more celebrity tattoos that left us scratching our heads!

[Photo: Splash News Online]

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by (@hallekiefer)

Do We “Like” T-Pain’s New Facebook Tattoo?

Sure, we all spend too much time on Facebook; that doesn’t mean Facebook has to spend too much time on us. Showing off his brand-new Facebook tattoo, T-Pain tweeted “I get a tatt every time I come to Hawaii. I think this ones pretty sweet, unless facebook shuts down soon 0_o.” The rapper put up a TwitPic of his new ink, which reads “You don’t have to Like me.” Luckily Facebook will only shut down over Mark Zuckerberg‘s dead body, so we think T-Pain is safe.

As a spokesman for Toshiba, T-Pain should know better than to sell ad space for free dollars and free cents. The already-ink-covered rapper joins the parade of potentially regrettable body ink alongside Gucci Mane‘s ice cream cone tattoo and Brandy‘s phallic elephant god. If we were T-Pain’s friends, we’d have to fight the urge to click his tatt all the time, and where’s the space to leave comments? Looks like we’ll have to write them in permanent marker, like usual.

[Photo: T-Pain's Twitter]