September 13, 2011 by Post Team
Vanessa Hudgens, I am in awe of the originality and creativity of Vanessa Hudgens and Ashley Tisdale new tattoos. (I know that the tone is sometimes difficult to interpret the text so please read the above statement, and most of the following statements with extremely heavy sarcasm and several rolls of the eye).
People.com reports that the former co-stars of the hit teeny bopper, High School Musical, and best friends apparently, Hudgens and Tisdale hit an East Side Ink in New York last week to be marked for eternity (or until versions of themselves, finally gives in spring and for laser hair removal) with some ink pretty lame looking.
Tisdale, in a moment of mad genius, had the French expression “jamais seule,” which means “never alone”, the brand over your foot. I am sure you are already forming theories about what it is. I just hope no one complaining Britney-Spear’s-piece-of-me-esque fame or whatever. honestly that would just be embarrassing Tisdale is not quite persecuted by the media to know who is hitting eye after after party or what kind of socks you wear. Show me some problems at BritBrit-shaving her head from the paparazzi and we’ll talk, Tisdale.
As for Hudgens, (which may no longer matters since he stopped kissing Zac Efron, but now you can worry because kissing is presumably Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson) went for the symbol “Om” the classic, which I guess is very personal to her. Beyond being very weak on content, what I really find silly about this election is the location. Hudgens was the symbol of ink in half along the edges of the hands. For an actress this is a strange race and potentially affect the choice, it is not so easy to hide, as a shrewd Tisdale foot tattoo. I know this is something actresses are doing now (see Angelina Jolie and Megan Fox), but I can not understand the logic behind it. Part of the job description is to be able to transform into another person. What if someone wanted to give the role of a girl who was smart enough not to get an “Om” symbol tattooed on her hands? (Not likely, but possible). Then cover the tattoo immediately becomes a factor to deal with body makeup on the hands or the payment for the elimination of expensive CGI or write a quirk of character that always wears gloves opera-which is a pain. And since she has nothing like the power of the stars of a Jolie or even Fox, the producers could only ignore the headache go to one of the millions do not have tattoos actresses out there.
What do you think? Am I being too critical of the choice of personal expression in their twenties? Or I am right and they are plain stupid looking?
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