"The Simpsons" Fan Breaks World Record With Homer Tattoos

A The Simpsons fan in new zealand broke a guiness world record for cartoon character tattoos with a tattoo of 41 Homer Simpsons.

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Mmmm, tattoos. 

A Simpsons fan from New Zealand has set a new Guinness world record for "most tattoos of the same cartoon character tattooed on the body" after getting 41 Homers inked on his skin, Guinness says on its website. 

The Daily Mail Online reports that Lee Weir was actually banned by his parents from watching The Simpsons when he was a kid, because it depicted the head of the household as a "buffoon" (take that, Lee Weir's dad!).

Also, anyone who watches The Simpsons knows Marge is the head of the household anyway. 

Here are some more views of the sleeve, which features Homer in a muumuu, Homer with a donut head from the classic "Treehouse of Horror IV" episode, and Homer as The Hulk. 


Woo hoo! #Simpsons superfan @leeweird shows his love for @HomerJSimpson with tattoos record http://t.co/CUKbFEfIa1 pic.twitter.com/dIPgR7B4xT

— Guinness World Records (@GWR) July 15, 2014


Man banned from watching The Simpsons as a child gets 41 Homer tattoos http://t.co/hyJHmOIOnv pic.twitter.com/kKG3g5iP2N

— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) July 20, 2014


Last Fridays session. #somanyhomers #colouryoubeauty pic.twitter.com/izysUTa2Tl

— Lee Weir (@LeeWeird) May 30, 2013

[Via Gawker]

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