This Company Wants me to Celebrate ‘Cinco de Mayo’ by Tattooing My ‘Ta-Tas’

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Temporary breast tattoo company TaTaToos is so excited about Cinco de Mayo, it has come up with a culturally-relevant line of tattoos that promise to make your holiday -what else?- spicier.

I’m not sure what’s more depressing; if saying “tatas” instead of tetas, or having you celebrate the Battle of Puebla by imprinting some Spanish-language copy on your chest.

In any case, here’s part of the pitch from the original press release:

Make your Cinco de Mayo HOT this year with Ta*ta*toos – temporary tattoos that last up to 5 – 7 days. They are perfect to apply lower on the chest to ensure discreetness when wearing apparel and can be removed with household rubbing alcohol in less than 30 seconds!

I don’t think I’ll be celebrating a Mexican holiday by putting a tattoo on my “tatas…” Still, that part about rubbing alcohol on them sounds quite enticing.

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4 Responses to This Company Wants me to Celebrate ‘Cinco de Mayo’ by Tattooing My ‘Ta-Tas’

  1. keithyviet says:

    Never let it be said that I would turn down a nice visual of some ‘tatas’. But if my loved one turned up with a Ta*Ta*Too like the above, I don’t know how I would stop laughing. Maybe if it was some really creative command like, ‘Besame mucho’ or ‘Meta……’ no, olvidalo.

  2. Rhiannon says:

    Oooh, classy. I for one will be decorating *my* breasts the traditional way: Smeared with chiles en nogada. Sure the granada stains, but it’s a small price to pay for historical accuracy.

  3. Eddie says:

    hahaha “Ta-Ta-toos”…… I love that somebody somewhere thought that was a really good idea! 😀

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