So, horse tattoos… the website’s called Lazer Horse for crying out loud, I should have produced a collection of horse tattoos months ago. I decided to collate some of the worst horse tattoos I could find, just for you.
There were plenty to choose from to be honest, the horse motif is very popular with humans, it seems. I suppose horses have played a huge role in human history. Without our equine companion, humanity would have taken a lot longer to spread itself across earth. A slower progress might have been better for the poor planet… but, oh well… hey ho.
Horse Tattoo Meaning
Horses helped Genghis Khan and the Mongolians forge their empire; they also assisted the Europeans in colonising the vast expanses of America. Actually, neither of those things were particularly good for the people who were being expanded into and over. Perhaps we shouldn’t revere the horse at all. Perhaps the horse is the harbinger of doom; the enabler of humanity’s power crazed intentions.
Horse tattoos are supposed to mean nobility, freedom, grace, strength, bravery, fertility, power, intelligence, beauty and companionship. It seems like they should actually represent violence, impending doom and imperialism.
If you ever, ever, ever find any pictures of horse tattoos better than these, please send them to me immediately so that I might steal them.
I think these might technically be unicorns, but because it’s so hilarious, it’s going in:
I think this is supposed to be a horse?:
Although this one doesn’t show a picture of a horse I think it’s well worth including…
Don’t tattoo whilst under the influence of ketamine and Parkinsons… he just gave up the ghost half way through apparently:
She looks a bit fat? And rubbish, doesn’t she:
This tattoo is probably hanging about on the skin of a zoophile/bestiality specialist. You should not be aroused or intrigued by a caricature of a pole dancing horse. FACT.
It’s probably the best drawn of our collection, but this horse tattoo is confusing as far as the content is concerned. A native Indian, riding atop a wild stallion certainly is a stirring image, but one slumped asleep in the saddle of a punch drunk horse certainly isn’t. I started thinking it was an action picture of a horse with rider screaming to a halt. That makes more sense. But the question remains: “why?”
Tebow? Tim Tebow plays american football apparently. Call me a traditionalist if you will, but I prefer my centaurs without helmets. They just seem more mystical:
I like tribal tattoos, but I LOVE horses? What should I do? – No problem:
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