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These people love their RVs so much they got tattoos of them

By Emily Woodbury

Do you have a tattoo? Even better question, do you have an RVing-themed tattoo? If you do, you’re probably like these people below who love RVing so much they had to tell, er show, the whole world.

What do you think? Scroll through the photos below and let us know if you’d ever get an RV-themed tattoo (we’re guessing you probably wouldn’t but, hey, you never know!).

We can’t deny some of these are pretty cute…

The Barbie camper by @pomme_funhouse
Photo by Urban Farm Design, Flickr
Art by Amanda Piejak from the World Tattoo Gallery
Electric Tattoos
from tattooinspiration.com
Tattoo by Jenn Small
By Torsk1, DeviantArt
Photo by Samantha Spracklen
Tattoo by Jenn Small
By Tiffany Huber Tattooer
Photo by Jessica Beth

If you don’t have an RV-themed tattoo yet, perhaps you could get one inside the RV below?

How many RVtravel.com readers have a tattoo they wish they never got? 7 percent? 12 percent? Or 21 percent? Find out here.

Do you have a tattoo of an RV? If so, send it Emily (at) rvtravel.com

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Vic Whitmore
11 months ago

Yuk. What a desecration of the natural body!
I cringe thinking that my grandkids will opt for a tat when they get older.

John Koenig
11 months ago
Reply to  Vic Whitmore

AMEN! I agree entirely.

Annie
11 months ago
Reply to  Vic Whitmore

I started when they were in middle school to point out how peoples skin and shapes change as they age and had them thinking about what that tattoo on someone would look like as they hit 30, 40, 60 years and more. They’re in their mid to late 20s and neither has one yet. 😉

Jeff Craig
11 months ago

That ‘WINO’ one is good, but anyone who’s been in a Class A knows that in the back of their minds, they’re also thinking about maybe trying a ‘fiver’. And, because I never get a tattoo on an ‘impulse’ (or drunk, like a few of my former shipmates had done), I have no regrets about the ones I do have.

Wayne
11 months ago

22 years in the Navy and no tattoo. None! Each to their own but I find them, well, ugly.

cee
11 months ago

You couldn’t pay me enough! But if others choose to ink their body’s, I’m fine with that.

Gary W.
11 months ago

Ugly.

mre
11 months ago

I don’t think so.

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Nanci Dixon(@nanci-dixon)
11 months ago

Love these! Can I get them in peel, stick and wash off though?

Eddie
11 months ago

This is gonna get interesting at trade in time!

Bob P
11 months ago

When I was in Marine Corps boot camp everyone talked about getting a Marine themed tattoo when they graduated. Drill Instructors knew of our thoughts and cautioned us by saying if you get a tattoo and it becomes infected and you can’t perform your duties it’s a courts martial offense as you have defaced government property. Being a fair skinned red head I thought yeah it’d be my luck it’d get infected and I’d be court martial before 5 months, so I didn’t, never looked back with any regrets. I’ve seen to many men with tattoo’s of their ex’s on their arms that had to live with the rest of their lives. Now women are getting so many tattoo’s, that’s a complete turn off for me, most of them look trashy with tattoos. That should raise plenty of mail, but it’s true. How are they going to explain that to their kids in 10 years when it’s no longer a fad. “Mommy what’s that? Why did you get that?”

Joe
11 months ago
Reply to  Bob P

👍👍

DW/ND
11 months ago
Reply to  Joe

Amen!

Tommy Molnar
2 years ago

I like the “Wino Forever” tattoo . . . Just sayin’.

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RV Staff(@rvstaff)
2 years ago
Reply to  Tommy Molnar

Hi, Tommy. Haha! I mentioned that one to Emily. They probably meant “Winnie” but I like this version better! 😆 –Diane at RVtravel.com

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