Found July 09, 2013 on Onthegotennis:
PLAYERS: Andy Murray
I get the excitement - "THE FIRST BRITISH MAN TO WIN WIMBLEDON IN 77 YEARS!!!" I'm a Murray fan and I'm excited too, but not excited enough to get his likeness tattooed.......on my butt.  That's just a weird way to show appreciation to your favorite player, especially since that forces Andy to look in the loo every time you poo. Yeah....totes awkward.
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