There are plenty of bad tattoos in the world. And while most of them are just plain ugly, others are hateful and unable to evolve the way your beliefs might. But now, a tattoo shop in Brooklyn Park, Maryland, is helping those who want to hide their offensive tattoos by covering them up free of charge. 
“Sometimes people make bad choices, and sometimes people change,” Elizabeth Cutlip—who owns Southside Tattoo with her husband, David—said in a Facebook post earlier this month. “We believe that there is enough hate in this world and we want to make a difference. Please call the shop and set up a consultation with any of our artists.”
As of Wednesday, the post has been shared on Facebook more than 26,000 times, far more than David or Elizabeth originally anticipated. The pair has heard from many people looking to erase past mistakes, and David, who is a tattoo artist, told Baltimore’s WAMR that he’s booked up for the next six months doing pro bono work. 
During his first …