To paraphrase Homer Simpson: If you want to remember something, get a tattoo. Lee Weir probably doesn't need any more reminders of how awesome he is. The year-old New Zealand man has set a Guinness World Record for "most tattoos of the same cartoon character tattooed on the body" with his Homer Simpson sleeve. Woo hoo! The UK's Daily Mirror noted that Weir decided to get the tattoos in part because his father, who he described as a "real-life Ned Flanders" Homer's annoyingly nice neighbor on the long-running animated series , forbade him to watch the show as a kid.
The year old from Auckland New Zealand says he was not allowed to watch the popular sitcom because his father, whom he calls a real life Ned Flanders, would not let him watch the series. The Homer sleeve, as he calls it, took more than 25 hours to finish and was done by a close friend and tattoo artist Ben Jenkins. He managed to pay for the tattoos by abstaining from booze for a year. Last Fridays session.
Mr Viner became obsessed with The Simpsons — and Homer in particular — when he started watching it at the age of eight. An Australian year-old man named Michael Baxter holds the current Guinness World Record for the most tattoos of characters from a single animated series with different Simpsons tattoos on his back, but Mr Viner is going for the record of most tattoos of a singular character. To secure the record he must provide the organisation with various forms of proof including a report from a dermatologist or doctor to say that the tattoos are real. Simpsons mega fan covers arm in 53 Homer tattoos in world record bid. Simpsons mega fan covers arm in 53 Homer tattoos in world record bid By Robin Murray.
From my point of view The Simpsons show is one of the most popular cartoon shows in the television history. So no doubt it has a lot of fans among guys and ladies around the whole world. If you like this show and its characters and know every little detail of the Simpsons, so how about to ink a tattoo with Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa or Maggie? First of all, you need to choose a place for your new tattoo. The most common ones are forearms, shoulders, legs and ankles.