By Jen Odell
New Ink: Lindsay Lohan Gets Inspirational Tattoos Ahead of Court Date
After Lindsay Lohan arrived in court on Wednesday bearing new tats on her arm and hand, the world's great literary minds and film historians quickly set to work analyzing the meanings of her chosen inscriptions. The Daily Mail wondered why Linds chose to etch on her upper arm "what dreams may come," Shakespeare's famous line from "Hamlet," when, as the paper so delicately put it, "that's the closest you'll ever get to playing Shakespeare!" E! News, meanwhile, noted that the orange triangle appearing above the phrase looks like the hazard sign on a dashboard. Much study on Wonderwall's part reveals the likely culprit: LiLo is a really big Cuba Gooding Jr., fan, and she thinks he's gotten short shrift since his 1998 turn in "What Dreams May Come." (We're pretty sure the triangle is a reference to the time Herbie of "Herbie Fully Loaded" got all jealous and lost that race without even trying.)
Lindsay's hand also had a new adornment in the form of the words "I leave before being left. I decide," which is either a reference to LiLo's affection for Brigitte Bardot, who made the quote famous, or the door guy at Hollywood hotspot Bardot now requires patrons to get Bardot-related hand tats to prove they're on the list. Jury's still out on that one. (DailyMail)
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