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.
Note: On Mug-Shot Mondays, we don't put the names associated with the shots. This week, however, we ran present you names pulled from this handy-dandy Kanye West Nickname Generator.
ARISTOTLE GIVENCHY Feel you, sis. I totally figured those grad school loan payments wouldn't kick in for at least another six months.
LOUBOUTIN DA VINCI This is your face on . . . a 6 hour Real Housewives of Atlanta marathon while chewing Adderall on the reg.
KING GENESIS Well, we now know where in the world Carmen Sandiego has been.
MERCY CORNICHE You know what he had to show off to get those beads . . .
LORD HAMPTON You bring the frisbee, I'll grab some ice cold kombucha, and after we hit the park, we can head back to my place and put season two of Sherlock on the Apple TV.
SIR HERMES Every man has his Rosebud.
CHRISTIAN MARTIN MARGIELA When the police came, they could at least let him finish up his haircut. Shame.
MARGIELA VERSACE Did you know this prison-hard street hustler's middle name is . . . wait for it . . . Drew. Yup. Drew.
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