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Sound the alarm, Megan Fox and MGK have taken their relationship to Stage 5—tattoo official! Before we go too much farther, allow us to explain the very complicated Relationship Stages devised by our slightly crazed editor. 

Stage 1 - Flirting and interest. Some would call this "the pre-relationship stage." This is the most unintentionally hilarious stage of the whole damn thing. 

Stage 2 - Seeing each other/dating. Hook-ups are in the grey area between Stage 1 and Stage 2, but in order to reach Stage 2 the couple needs to be making plans to do stuff together. Stuff like going to the AMAs. 

Stage 3 - Meeting the friends. This is a big one.

Stage 4 - Eating ribs in front of each other. Seriously, this is probably the most difficult milestone to hit. 

Stage 5 - Tattoo official. Shit is getting pretty serious. 

On Sunday we saw that Megan Fox has leaned hard into Stage 5 with MGK. Fox was showing off a tiny little script tattoo on her clavicle that reads "El Pistolero." If you made the silly mistake to take French in high school as I did, this may not mean anything to you. But if you know your Spanish you'll fully understand the subtle way the tattoo references MGK. 

"El Pistolero" translates roughly to "the Gunman." Oh, the gunman you say? I wonder who that could be. Perhaps it's Machine GUN Kelly?!?! 

Now that we've seen Fox's tattoo, we have to ask the important question—did MGK reciprocate? 

This is going to be a much tougher puzzle to solve. For starters, MGK has more than a few tattoos. OK, that's an understatement, the man is COVERED. Finding a little piece of script reading "El Zorro" on his body will be quite the task. But if anybody can do it, it's the internet. Y'all figure out everything. So, get on it! 

Overall, we applaud Fox's tattoo choice here. Not only does it show that she's ready to take the relationship to Stage 5, but she also avoided getting a tattoo of simply MGK's name, which we all know is the kiss of death for a relationship. Plus, even if everything goes sour, "El Pistolero" still sounds and looks pretty cool. 

What do you think? Let us know!