Technology is an amazing thing but its magic isn’t necessarily permanent. Tattoos, on the other hand…
A fan of the Argentinian football team Club Atlético River Plate decided to show his adoration in a rather unique way. He had a QR code tattooed on his leg that, when scanned with his phone, would show a YouTube video of his beloved team scoring some goals.
A River Plate fan got a QR code tattooed on them that shows the Copa Libertadores final goals against Boca Juniors whenever you scan it with your phone. 😂— Marathonbet (@marathonbet) April 11, 2019
Argentinian football, another world. 🇦🇷pic.twitter.com/ppi7yhrvvX
That’s admittedly pretty cool. A gimmick, sure, but it beats Ben Affleck’s bat-tat or any number of drunken mistakes you’ve made on a holiday to Magaluf. Anyone ever seen the world’s most horrifying reality series, Just Tattoo of Us? Then you’ll know what I’m talking about. Basically, there are worse things to have inked on you for life, but the problem with directly connecting something that permanent on your body with a YouTube video is that the site is far less merciful about your sacrifice. Besides, people on the internet are d*cks.
Whoever uploaded that video should delete it for the bants. Actually I’m gonna go and report it for copyright infringement as we speak just to ruin his tattoo lol https://t.co/CGf50ScTm0— Adam ♦️ (@JOURNALlSTE) April 11, 2019
I can’t breathe pic.twitter.com/7aeUxcEMNY— Adam ♦️ (@JOURNALlSTE) April 11, 2019
The video has been removed from YouTube because of copyright issues. 😅— Marathonbet (@marathonbet) April 12, 2019
The barcode now leads to nothing. 😬 pic.twitter.com/CRqaHXFdTg
On the bright side, it’ll be a hell of a lot easier to cover up than this.
Do we all know about Ben Affleck's back tattoo? pic.twitter.com/S8b1ZxWEf1— Claudia Crosse (@ClaudiaCrosse) April 6, 2019
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