Love might be slightly less permanent than we're taught to believe from fairy tales, but there are some things that last forever-ish. Like tattoos. History has shown that when celeb couples get matching tattoos, it's a bad omen. Kelsey Grammer tempted fate this weekend when he he got his wife's name "Kayte" inked on his waistline. Kayte Walsh didn't go under the gun quite yet. Perhaps she's planning to reciprocate with a matching tat once the twins are born ... or once the ink is dry on his divorce papers. But once she does, they are in grave danger of splitting. I'm thinking tattoo parlors should instigate a rule where they only ink up celeb couples who have made it more than 20 years together, but then again, there's always Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins. I guess the celeb tattoo removal and cover-up business is good for the economy. We've rounded up couples who got ink together but didn't stay together as a warning to Kelsey Grammer and Kayte Wlash … and all of us. Don't do it, people! [People]
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