Are Taylor Swift and Harry Styles Hollywood's new cutest couple or tragedy waiting to happen?

All: AP File photosHarry Styles and Taylor Swift just might be Hollywood's cutest couple.

Harry Styles and Taylor Swift might as well be on a Mentos commercial, because the cuteness factor of their dates is getting pretty ridiculous.

First, a photo on Twitter showed him lifting her up over his head on the dance floor in an homage to “Dirty Dancing,” then the Daily Star reported that she dropped more than $80,000 on Beatles memorabilia for him.

Now, TMZ reports that the two have been spotted in a tattoo parlor, beaming at one another while Styles got a nautical sloop etched into his arm. Like “The Love Boat”! Set a course for adventure, you crazy kids.

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