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Wednesday, September 12, 2012

An Open Letter to Chris Brown and His Abhorrent Neck Tattoo

Posted By on Wed, Sep 12, 2012 at 8:40 AM

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As it stands, this has turned into yet another reason for people to despise you. Did you check Twitter yet? Here are some of our favorite responses so far. Saturday Night Live staff writer Christine Nangle said: "I like to think Lisbeth Salander tied Chris Brown to a bed and gave him that tattoo." And The Big Bang Theory's Simon Helberg Tweeted: "Chris Brown should've gotten the Rhianna [sic] tattoo without the bruises & then we could all punch him in the neck to give it that battered look." Really, you inspire a special kind of revulsion in people, Chris. It's actually kind of impressive. 

So, Mr. Brown, we'd like to make a request: disappear now, please. And if your ego is too inflated to allow for such a thing, at least do us the courtesy of not rubbing our faces in the fact that you are a woman beater who feels no remorse and merely feels sorry for himself because people ask you about it sometimes. And finally, thank you. Not that we needed one, but now we have a permanent reminder of what a terrible human being you are.

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