Corey Feldman's New Tattoo Contains Cryptic Tribute to Corey Haim

(Pacific Coast News | Inset from TMZ.com)

Corey Feldman decided to stay in California during Corey Haim's private funeral in Toronto on Tuesday, but he marked the day his long-time friend was laid to rest in a new tattoo on his left shoulder.

Corey Feldman gets work done on his hot air balloon tattoo. (From popeater.com)
Feldman was spotted at T-Man Tattoo in Studio City where artist and owner Howard T worked on a hot air balloon with a pair of eyes underneath. Corey had his son's name, Zen, tattooed in the balloon's basket, and the number 222 beside the basket. It turns out the number is a reference to an inside joke the two Corey's had together.

In a letter Feldman published Tuesday, he wrote: "Nobody will ever get the inside jokes we told. Nobody will understand the magic of 22/222. Nobody will ever know how to do the secret Corey handshake."

The 22/222 number is still a mystery, but if anyone has any clue what it means, leave your ideas in the comments.

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  • Corey Feldman in Corey Feldman poses for a photo with fans outside the La Vida nightclub
  • Corey Feldman in Corey Feldman poses for a photo with fans outside the La Vida nightclub
  • Corey Feldman in Corey Feldman poses for a photo with fans outside the La Vida nightclub



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