By beaverfever - 06/08/2014 16:45 - Poland - Kolobrzeg
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Well, you can't blame them. Nobody likes a belieber. Can you get the tattoo removed or something?
Why should the OP remove a tattoo of something they believe in just because people made stupid assumptions about him based on who is associated with that sentence? Even if the person associated with the sentence used it in a dumb way,it doesn't mean the OP agrees with the context it was used for. Seriously,I know people hate Justin Bieber but it doesn't give anyone any right to assume things about someone and insult them for it.
Nobody likes a belieber? Don't you think it's a little unfair to judge others base on who they love and are inspired by? I myself am a belieber and I find it very offensive when people like to go and find every single little thing wrong with a talented human being and use it against him. It doesn't matter hat kind of mistakes he made. No matter what it doesn't really make t okay for you all to judge those who appreciate him as an artist and a person.
To be honest, it’s not even his terrible songs that annoy me, to each their own. No, it’s the fact that he behaves like a complete selfish douchebag, ie : driving recklessly under influence, peeing in a bucket someone else will have to clean and being let off the hook by his fans because he says “sorry” although he doesn’t mean any of it.
I find his fans more annoying than him. Some of them seem to think he's some kind of God who can do no wrong. It irritates me how he can get away with things 'normal' people wouldn't. He's talented...personally not at singing in my opinion but drumming. But there is no doubt he needs to sort himself out because he's acting like a spoiled stuck up prat the majority of the time. As for the fans some of them need to admit he has done wrong and not blame things on something or someone else for his behaviour.
I'm just going to put my two cents in on the Justin Bieber thing. His fan base, in my opinion, can be much more annoying than him at times. Nobody should not even try to justify his actions with his age or attractiveness anymore. It's overused and irrelevant. He's let the fame and money go to his head, and is no longer (again, in my opinion) a respectable artist. And furthermore, nobody likes a cocky, ignorant, arrogant asshole, regardless of their social standing. So no, beliebers, nobody's "hating" because they're "jealous."
To be honest, I partially agree with you. It's a total hipster trend right now for thousands of people to get the same quotes tattooed. Yes, about half the people who get these tattoos only get them because they're cute. But the other half usually have a very meaningful reason behind the tattoo. It's very possible that OP is the latter.
No I'm willing to bet about 3% of those tattoos actually mean something to them. the rest probably have some bullshit excuse like "yeah I broke up with some guy I loved for like 6 months and yeah decided to become a new person and yeah this represents that yeah" and to #71, funnily enough yeah I probably would get my boyfriends name tattooed on me XD. at least it would mean something. I could get love to represent our love. or infinity to represent how we're gonna be "together forever". but in the end that's a poor excuse to get trendy words and it would be far more special and REAL to just get his name.
"Never say never" had plenty of meaning to many great figures throughout history. But stay hung up on a 14 year old boys use of it. Tattoos aren't meant to be shown off to "look cool" at least not to me. They're personal statements and beliefs. Sure it might be cliche to get your kids names tattooed on your body but it doesn't make it any less meaningful. My previous point still stands though, I'm glad you're out there calling out all the "uncool" tats for us bro! Lol. You ain't got the foggiest.
If you don't have a real reason for permanently scarring your body other then "I wanna look cool!" Then in my opinion you are a moron. Because ten twenty thirty years down the road when you look in the mirror can you still say that your ink means something to you? If you can't then why get it? That's just my philosophy on it. One thing I won't ever do though is ridicule someone for getting a tattoo that they believe in. I may think it's dumb but if it means something to the person who has it, well it isn't anyone's place but theirs to judge that. Excuse me I gotta pack up the soap box.
My first thought was the band Never Shout Never, quickly followed by The Fray song when I realised it was 'Say'. I honestly would never have gotten the Bieber reference....so don't worry OP, not everyone's like that. Actually, if people ARE disrespectful then maybe you could say back 'well how do you even know Bieber sang that if you hate him so much/unless you're a fan?' because if they REALLY disliked him, they wouldn't know his music.
And because you knows there's SOMEONE who'll say you can't not know this stuff unless you've been living under a rock...I know he's in the news lots but if you only read headlines and see the odd pic on facebook, you really don't learn that much. My Bieber knowledge is pretty much that he had a song about 'baby baby ooh' and got a arrested a couple of times. I also have the feeling he walked into a door? But that may have been someone else. I think you have to read the full articles or actually talk to people about it to know much more than that...
Well I suppose I can't speak for everyone but generally if a song comes on the radio or music channel and I hate it I don't force myself to listen to it anyway...I change the channel, turn it off, plug my ipod in, leave the room and go make a coffee or something...
The original poster is referring to Justin Bieber. He released not only a song, but a cinematic as well titled "Never Say Never". People were criticizing because they disrespect Justin Bieber's actions and attitude.
I'm sure I'll get thumbed down for this but...no 37, I didn't know who it was. I got that it was Bieber from the 'belieber' reference in 1's comments but I still found 7's comment helpful (although I admit it's an odd comment when no-one had actually asked at that point). And no, I don't live under a rock. See my comments below on 8's comment.