Mug-Shot Monday: Basel Leftovers, Abercrombie Master Race, Ghost Rider's Biggest Fan

You spoke, we listened. Back by popular demand, welcome to this week's Mug-Shot Monday, a longstanding franchise focusing on the week's most eye-catching mugs from South Florida's tat heads, tough guys, derp faces, and femmes fatale.

I Went to Art Basel and All I Got Was This Face Tattoo Who's not feeling that way today?

New Style Fad If having thick, unwieldily eyebrows with a metallic tinge and the wingspan of a CIA-issue drone is the new cool thing . . . then Geez Louise I was just born a generation too soon.

No Joke Sometimes here at Mug-Shots HQ, we just like to take a moment and celebrate the pure badassness of the occasional arrestee. This dude is hoss.

The Next Stage in Human Development The truth finally comes out: While masquerading as an outlet for overpriced cargo shorts and long-sleeved shirts, Abercrombie and Fitch has also been creating a master race of test-tube people to one day enslave the Earth. It was the perfect plan... until one escaped.

The Next Stage in Human Development, Part 2 And, true to form, Aerpostale was developing their own version at half the cost.

The Agony and the Ecstasy Possibilities: 1. O-face test-run. 2. Sickness Unto Death-style despair. 3. That feeling when the mosquito bite on your ankle starts itching, again.

Impressive Ink To pull this off, you have to basically be the general of an army of street motorcycle vigilantes or the world's biggest Ghost Rider fan.

This Eye Thing. Hopefully it's not contagious.

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