So… Give Up
Don’t people know that they shouldn’t use double negatives in a sentence? The second negative cancels the first, so you’re pretty much speaking in positives but with more words. Of course, you could throw in a third negative, but that’ll only confuse your audience. Don’t not do what we didn’t tell you not to do.
This guy is the perfect example of a tattoo gone horribly, terribly, hilariously wrong. “Never don’t give up.” So, are you telling us to give up? Is that why this guy’s muscles aren’t that toned? Because he didn’t not give up? That seems to make the most sense.