The man was happy with his silly misspelled tattoo because the artist gave him a discount.
He was thrilled with his crazy misspelled tattoo because the artist gave him a discount.
A man posted a photo of his tattoo on Facebook, which was supposed to say “remember me,” but the artist misspelled the wording, sparking fury.
A man claims he doesn’t mind being teased for his misspelled tattoo because he got a discount on the procedure.
The man went in for a tattoo that stated “remember me,” but he didn’t receive it due to the artist’s poor spelling skills.
Tattoo fans erupted in laughter when a photo of the bad inking was posted to the Facebook group “That’s it, I’m ink shaming.”
(Bad Tattoos, in reality)”
The man’s tattoo is a sobbing dolphin surrounded by bubbles, however it reads “remember me” instead of “remember me.”
The man who got the tattoo, according to the Sun, doesn’t appear to mind.
“At long last, I got a crying dolphin tattoo!” He stated, “I realize it’s misspelled, but it’s only one letter, so it’s not a huge problem… AND I got a discount.”
Members of the group were perplexed as to why he seemed unconcerned with the body art mix-up and thought the spelling was humorous.
“At the same time, this person is in the denial and bargaining stages of mourning,” one person stated.
One joked, “I literally want that tattoo for chuckles.”
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“It’s alright, guys,” a third added, “he got a deal.”
“It’s so horrible, I adore that,” one person joked, while another wondered aloud, “How can the person who tattooed them be so comfortable with it that they still charged them something?”
“I’d like a discount as well… like ALL my money back to go towards a cover up,” one customer expressed their desire for a discount.
Others expressed their displeasure, saying they’d be “p*ssed” if it happened to them.
In the comments, tell us what you’d do if you got this tattoo…