An Australian man in Nowra might’ve just secured the greatest tattoo known to mankind… a QR code.
A QR code?
Yeah, but not just any QR code, the QR code for Alan Jackson’s iconic “Chattahoochee” music video on YouTube.
According to the South Coast Register, Jimmy Hefferan is a BIG country music guy, and thought it would be a fun way to lift other people’s spirits during the ongoing pandemic.
“I love country music and I was watching something that showed the most played country song in 1993, the year I was born, which was Chattahoochee by Alan Jackson.
And I thought, ‘how funny would that be’, everyone’s been checking into places so what a laugh to scan a leg and then you get Alan Jackson.
It’s a bit of a challenging time out there for a lot of people, so I thought I’d get it just for a bit of a laugh.
I suppose people probably look at it and go, ‘is that just an example of a QR code?’ But I actually have something funny that comes up and hopefully it brightens the mood.”
What a legend.
It’s been long argued by us here at Whiskey Riff that “Chattahoochee” is more than a song, it’s a lifestyle. And nobody embodies that lifestyle more than this bloke. I mean, imagine having “Chattahoochee” with you wherever you go?
And for those of you confused about what a QR code is (my mom and dad), you just pull up the camera on your cellphone, put that code in the frame, and it pulls up the music video. Easy peasy.