Dynamic duos are a staple of pop culture, as everyone loves a pair of best friends. Whether on television, film, video games or comic books, our culture has shown their appreciation for besties for decades. Take a look at some of our favorite tattoos based on iconic dynamic duos in the gallery below, then let us know your favorite twosome in the comments section on social media.

SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star— "SpongeBob SquarePants"

These characters are friends to the end and aren't afraid to be silly together.

Wayne Campbell and Garth Algar—"Wayne's World"

Wayne and Garth share their love for rock-n-roll and partying.

Bill S. Preston Esq. and Ted Theodore Logan—"Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure"

Against the odds, they definitely pulled through on their history project and met some righteous babes along the way.

Calvin and Hobbes— "Calvin and Hobbes"

Who says imaginary friends aren't real?

Rick and Morty— "Rick and Morty"

Although dysfunctional, they compliment each other perfectly.

Bert and Ernie— "Sesame Street"

Brothers, best friends or gay lovers—you tell us.

Thelma and Louise— "Thelma and Louise"

Badass, ballsy and brilliant.

Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee— "The Lord of the Rings"

The scene on the boat pulls at my heart strings every time.

Beetlejuice and Lydia Deetz— "Beetlejuice"

Creepy but totally cool.

Mario and Luigi— "Super Mario"

The original Italian dream team.

Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne— "Dumb and Dumber"

Wait, who's dumb and who's dumber again?

Batman and Robin— "Batman"

Every Batman needs a Robin.

Cheech and Chong—"Up In Smoke"

Friends both on screen and IRL.

Beavis and Butt-Head— "Beavis and Butt-Head"

There's no one I'd rather kick it on the couch with.

James P. "Sulley" Sullivan and Michael "Mike" Wazowski— "Monster's Inc."

This is how you make a work and home relationship with your bestie work.

C-3PO and R2-D2— "Star Wars"

Droid life.

The Mandalorian and Baby Yoda— "The Mandalorian"

Friends from a galaxy far far away.

Scooby Doo and Shaggy— "Scooby Doo, Where Are You?"

Find a friend you can share Scooby snacks with.

Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble— "The Flintstones"

BFFs since literally the beginning of time.

Jay and Silent Bob— "Clerks"

There's no one I'd rather stand on a street corner with.

Walter White and Jessie Pinkman— "Breaking Bad"

The most unlikely partners in crime.

Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield— "Pulp Fiction"

Cinema icons.

The Narrator and Tyler Durden— "Fight Club"

Sometimes a dynamic duo comes from within.

Woody and Buzz Lightyear— "Toy Story"

To infinity and beyond!

Romy and Michele— "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion"

Every girl wanted a friendship like these gals.

Daria Morgendorffer and Jane Lane— "Daria"

These two knew each other inside and out.

Sailor Uranus and Sailor Neptune— "Sailor Moon"

Were they cousins (nope) or lovers (hell yes!)?

Abbi Abrams and Ilana Wexler— "Broad City"

Comedy gold right here.

Trixie Mattell and Katya Zamolodchikova— "UNHhhh"

Two drag queens, one unforgettable friendship.

Jesse Montgomery III and Chester Greenberg— "Dude, Where's My Car?"

"Dudeeeee," "Sweeeeeet"

Marty McFly and Doc Brown— "Back to the Future"

Friends throughout time and space.

Finn the Human and Jake the Dog— "Adventure Time"

Let's make bacon pancakes and go on an adventure.

Lilo and Stitch— "Lilo and Stitch"

Not just friends, family.

Elsa and Anna— "Frozen"

Who needs a man when you've got a sister?

Timone and Pumbaa— "The Lion King"

The true stars of the Disney fan favorite.

Marlin and Dory— "Finding Nemo"

They found friendship searching the seas for Nemo.