What's worse than one Microsoft tattoo? Well, how about a couple of Microsoft tattoos? And when that is also simply not enough of a bad idea, how about yet another one? Well, this is apparently the case with Steven Smith
. This guy has got to be the number one Zune fan worldwide. In fact, there is little doubt about the fanaticism of this Zune user. Somewhere between an unhealthy
fascination for a digital media player put out by Microsoft, and a fetish for tattoos, Smith crossed the line. But let's face it. Maybe there is simply a thin, and heavily blurred line between the Zune device, the art of tattooing and monumental levels of boredom.
Let's just say that the third aspect is easily a very effective catalyst for bundling the first two together. And you will be able to feast your eyes on the result by accessing the images included in this article. "Welcome to the social" is the slogan accompanying Zune to the market. And of course that it simply had to make its way on the back of this superb exemplary of a Zune fan. In this manner "Welcome to the social" joins the two other Zune tattoos that already adorned Smith's body. A hand of applause is the only reaction possible to Smith turning his body into a monument, no, no, a shrine for Zune!
Microsoft established from the get go nothing but modest goals for Zune. By mid 2007, the company even managed to pass the one million sold Zune devices milestone. And to create some heavyweight fans in the process as the adjacent images illustrate. But still, while looking at Smith, one has to wonder if he even came in contact with the new iPods. Maybe the all-new and iPhone-inspired iPod Touch will make the three Zune tattoos seem like a really, really, really bad idea.