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    Top 7 Death Becomes Her Tattoos – Littered With Garbage

    Death Becomes Her is a 1992 black comedy film which starred Meryl Streep, Goldie Hawn, Bruce Willis and Isabella Rossellini. Streep and Hawn’s characters are rivals who both drink a magic potion which promises eternal youth but, as with anything that sounds too good to be true, it comes with a number of side effects. After a series of accidents and fights they’re left with very obvious injuries which otherwise would have been lethal. They were desperate for youth and beauty but ended up disfigured and forced to live that way for an eternity. Tattoo ink is like our very own magic potion – being covered in memories of years…

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    Monster Munch Tattoo Inspiration – Littered With Garbage

    Monster Munch are a baked corn snack food available in the UK. Launched in 1977, the crisps were originally named The Prime Monster – a play on The Prime Minster – until Smiths changed their named to Monster Munch the following year. Given the current state of UK politics and the power of social media, we’re surprised that someone hasn’t started a petition to have the name changed back to The Prime Monster. We’re not too sure how true this is, but Monster Munch is said to be James Bond’s favourite snack. We can’t imagine them going down well with his shaken, not stirred martini nor a beer like he…

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    Top 5 Wild Thornberrys Tattoos – Littered With Garbage

    In 1998 The Wild Thornberrys premiered on Nickelodeon, introducing viewers to a family of intrepid travellers, and their adventures around the world, as the parents (Nigel and Marianne) film wildlife documentaries. Sisters Debbie (voiced by Danielle Harris, from the original Halloween series and Rob Zombie’s remakes) and Eliza (voiced by Lacey Chabert, from Party of Five and Mean Girls) had a childhood most of us could only dream of, but what really captivated the young viewers was Eliza’s ability to communicate with animals. Rounding out the main cast of characters were a feral boy, Donnie and a chimpanzee named Darwin. Although raised by an orangutan, Eliza is unable to understand…

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    ‘Karate Kid’ Tattoo Inspiration – Littered With Garbage

    Last year The Karate Kid turned 35 – feeling old now? Released in June of 1984, The Karate Kid was such a success that the martial arts drama film became a franchise. The original was followed in 1986 and 1989 by Part II and Part III.  The trilogy spawned a 1989 animated television series and the release of two video games. In 1994’s The Next Karate Kid, Pat Morita returned as Mr Miyagi but the character of Daniel LaRusso was replaced by Julie Pierce (played by future Oscar winner, Hilary Swank).  There was, of course, a remake in 2010 starring Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith, but that’s best forgotten. Cobra…

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    Top 15 Tattoos for World Parrot Day – Littered With Garbage

    May 31 is World Parrot Day and en excuse for us to share some of our favourite parrot tattoos. There are over 400 species birds in the order Psittaciformes which are divided into three super-families: true parrots, cockatoos and New Zealand parrots. We celebrated Bird Month in December 2018 where we shared curated tattoo posts of parrot species such as galahs, cockatoos, gang-gang cockatoos, budgerigars, Major Mitchell’s cockatoo, and cockatiels. After having researched for this post, we’ve discovered that there are still so very many species of birds we have yet to cover here on LWG. If you love birds, and more specifically bird tattoos, stick around and enjoy! Neo…

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    Top 10 Tasmanian Devil Tattoos – Littered With Garbage

    The Tasmanian devil became the world’s largest carnivorous marsupial following the extinction of the Tasmanian tiger. Now a threatened species in their own right, the devils have found themselves on the endangered species list. We’re sure there’s some people out there who grew up completely unaware that the Tasmanian devil wasn’t just a Looney Tunes character, but a real animal. The only similarities between the animal and the cartoon character are the ferocity when feeding, and the strange and unusual loud sounds they make. Male Tasmanian devils are not monogamous and will fight one another for females, but will guard their females to prevent them from being unfaithful. We guess…

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    Top 30 Sucky Panther Tattoos – Littered With Garbage

    The sucky panther phenomenon has caused much division in the tattoo community during 2017. The Instagram account Sucky Tattoos is mainly responsible for its fame and the subsequent avalanche of sucky panther themed tattoos. There is no black or white – it’s either loved or hated. No matter your feelings or complete disinterest in tattoo trends, there’s no denying that the sucky panther will be a thing for years to come, or until something else tickles the internet’s collective giggle dick. If you love the sucky panther then you’ll get a kick out of these 30 not-so sucky renditions – Star Wars fans, in particular, will love a few of these…

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    Top 50 Harry Potter Themed Tattoos – Littered With Garbage

    Tattoo artists have worked their magic on these Harry Potter inspired tattoos. I’ve scoured the internet, looked through tens of thousands of images, and selected the very best tattoos just for you.  Transport yourself into the Harry Potter universe and discover all your favourite characters, creatures, and symbols from the books and films. April is Harry Potter Month on LWG – that means daily content and even more amazing tattoos for you to admire.  Follow @litteredwithgarbage on Instagram or @LWGdotcom on Twitter to stay updated.  Cute neo trad Amortentia potion tattoo by @samilocke Colour realism Bellatrix Lestrange portrait tattoo by @rm.ink_ Detailed neo trad Buckbeak tattoo by @tattoosbyalisha Neo trad butterbeer tattoo by @eddylou…

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    A Jewel Tattoo From Paula Castle Can Be the Crowning Glory of Your Tattoo Collection – Littered With Garbage

    NOTE: For the remainder of 2020, LWG is planning on producing Tattoo Artist Profiles (first there was “WAP”, now there’s TAP) while COVID-19 continues to affect those in the tattoo industry. Read more about it here. It’s such a cliche to say that tattoos are our way to permanently decorate our bodies and turn them into things of beauty, but it is true. One artist who is constantly producing such stunning work is Paula Castle, the owner of Black Sheep Tattoo in Brisol, England. Vegan and eco-friendly, Paula prides herself on providing a safe and inclusive environment for all of the studio’s clients. Paula’s work features in 70 existing and…