The 'Thor' actor doesn't want any of his previous remarks in permanent ink.
Chris Hemsworth apparently isn't interested in serving as anyone's tattoo inspo.
The Thor star, 39, recently responded to a fan on Twitter who asked him to suggest one of his quotes as a possible tattoo. And he wasn't too excited about the idea of one of his lines being inked on someone's body.
"Please don't get a tattoo with anything I've ever said," Hemsworth responded alongside a laughing emoji, although his tweet seemed to have the opposite reaction from what he was hoping for.
Thousands of users began joking in the comments that their next tattoos would read, "Please don't get a tattoo with anything I've ever said," despite Hemsworth's wishes.
"I've been on the internet long enough to know exactly how this is going to go," one person quipped, while more users quickly began trolling the actor with already-made tattoo sketches featuring the comical quote.
"That's it. That's the tattoo," one Twitter user wrote, with another replying, "I'm going to get that exact quote as a tattoo now."
Other Twitter users were more interested in finding actual tattoo ideas from other quotes made by Hemsworth as Thor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, including his character's iconic lines, "Bring me Thanos" and "I'd like a Bloody Mary."
The Spiderhead star is still riding the high from his latest MCU film, Thor: Love and Thunder, which premiered earlier this summer.
He recently spoke out about having to put on extra muscle for the titular role, which his wife, Elsa Pataky wasn't too fond of.
"My wife was like, 'Bleh, it's too much,'" he revealed to USA Today back in July.
"There are a lot of my male friends who are like, 'Yeah!' but a lot of female friends and family are like, 'Yuck,'" he added.
The film's director, Taika Waititi, even spoke out about Hemsworth's changed physique, stating, "It's crazy how big Chris got for this," as Parade previously reported. "He's huge already but when I saw his arms, they were twice as big as normal, as wide as my head. Trainers and stuff are asking me how he does it? But it's all natural."
Hemsworth credited the transformation to COVID-19 lockdowns, which left him so bored that there was nothing else to do but get in shape, making him "bigger than I've ever been."
Hemsworth—who has his own fitness training program called Centr—often shares tips from his fitness journey, as he recently gave his social media followers a tutorial for a 50-rep exercise, which he exemplified in a video posted to his Twitter page last week.