Rate These TV Bad Boys And We'll Tell You What Tattoo To Get Next

Okay, so you're well on your way into adulthood. Congratulations! Pretty soon us millennials will be the ones calling the shots on this planet. We'll be the next presidential candidates, the next CEOs and top executives, the next astronauts and scientists. Finally, it is (or about to be) our time. Now that you have your own job, your own family (or at least starting one), and your own car (yep, owning your mom's still counts), you are probably thinking that time is moving a bit too fast. If you're anything like me, then you're going through a quarter life crisis. Well, rather than buying a motorcycle or going skydiving (but, you know, props if you do), why don't you get a new tattoo?

Assuming you can handle the slight pain involved with getting a tattoo and you have some money to spare, why not take this quiz on TV bad boys to help you decide what kind to get. There are four results. They are inspirational tattoos (i.e. quotes), tramp stamps (no further explanation needed, I think...), tiny/significant tattoos (e.g. an outline of the state you were born in, an image of your birthstone), and tribal tattoo (think rich, passionate, and ferocious designs like Pocahontas's armband).

Now let's begin!

1What do you think of this guy?

Okay so if you don't know, this is William (otherwise known as Spike) from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. According to the show's creator, he is the most developed (most real and tangible) character in the whole show. He is both a villain and an anti-hero. Apparently, he is quite the romantic. He writes a lot of poetry which is scorned by his peers. In fact, that's how he got the nickname Spike. According to wiki, it is so bad it makes you want to put a spike through your head.

2How do you feel about this one?

In case you don't recognize him, this is Darryl Dixon from The Walking Dead. Most noted for his aggression, he represents the Freudian id that may or may not exist within all of us. Take away our livelihood like our jobs, our homes, and our family and then suddenly it becomes a survival game.

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