Danica Patrick Explains Her Brand New Tattoo

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Saturday, 3 August 2013

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Danica agreed to get a tattoo with the name GoDaddy inked inside of a NASCAR race car.

SCOTTSDALE, Arizona - NASCAR race car driver Danica Patrick flew into Scottsdale, the home of website domain provider GoDaddy, to meet with its CEO Blake Irving.

Danica has been with the company since 2006, and her contract will expire next year.

She had dinner with Mr. Irving at The Shaped Like A Boot Italian Restaurant. Danica had the Mini-Fettuccine Alfredo while Irving had The Flavor of Italia Plate which consisted of servings of Chicken Parmesan, Lasagna, Manicotti, Ravioli, and Chicken Cacciatore.

After dinner Danica asked if GoDaddy planned on renewing her contract after it ends in 2014.

She was told that the jury was still out and that there were several other equally attractive and sexy women that the company was considering.

The svelte 31-year-old Patrick expressed that she really enjoyed working for GoDaddy and asked if there was anything she could do to perhaps help him sway his decision in her direction.

Irving smiled and said that there was one thing she could do that would really show him and the board of directors just how devoted and dedicated she was to the company.

And so after a few more minutes of power chatting Danica agreed to get a tattoo with the GoDaddy logo inked across the top of her left wrist.

Irving gave her a fist bump and as the two parted ways he told her to win one for the Gipper. The gorgeously alluring racer said she definitely would even though she has no idea on Earth who the heck the Gipper is.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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