‘Teen Mom’ Kailyn Lowry’s New Thigh Tattoo: Was That Really the Best Place to Get Inked? (PHOTO)

Kailyn Lowry new Dream Catcher tattooLately, Teen Mom stars get tattoos just as often as the Kardashians are photographed by the paparazzi. Seriously, two weeks ago Jenelle Evans added to her ink collection with a massive leopard tattoo. Before that, it was Kailyn Lowry's massive back tattoo. Well, Kailyn is back at it again, except this time, she's getting dreamy. The 20-year-old added a rose-covered dream catcher to her huge collection of tattoos, including a mermaid on her arm, "pride over pity" on her collarbone, an infinity sign on her left wrist, and of course, that backscape.

To be real, I think the dream catcher is done well. The design is pretty and I like the rose coloring of it all. However, there's one thing that's irking me. Let's talk location: Her right thigh.

Yup, it's big. And I don't know about you, but there are a whole slew of spots I'd choose first before ... there.


Let me say this first: It's not that it looks bad on her, I just don't know if it's forever practical. Granted I have yet to get any tattoos myself, but I was always told that you should follow the golden rule: If the area is likely to expand when you have a kiddo, avoid it. That, and if it's not a spot you're willing to show off, then skip it.

Sure, the tattoo is on her leg and not proudly displayed on her midsection, but you mean to tell me this is a place she'll love forever? Thighs add weight easily, and what if at some point she's out with her kids at the beach or something, will she always be happy she picked her thigh for a massive piece like this?

Personally, my thighs aren't my favorite spot on my body. But heck, I guess this means Kailyn is cool with hers, and in that case, good for her. At the rate she's going, though, she may run out of spaces to ink soon. What's next? Her thumb? Her pinkie toe? I could see a new fad catching on.

What do you think of Kailyn's new tattoo? Would you ever get a tattoo on your thigh?


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