Getting a tattoo is a big decision to make. The process is not even something that can be done overnight. It takes a good amount of patience, research, and guts. After all, it stays on the skin forever. Unless of course if you plan to have it laser-removed, which is a dumb thing to begin with.
We compiled a list of tattoos that are pretty much a reason for regret. In other words, they look quite messed up. And obviously, they are all worth hiding.
They are either spelled incorrectly or the artist just do not know a thing or two about tattooing. Give a look-see and you will definitely cringe. Well, at least, you know exactly what not to do in the future!
#1. Afraid it would go wrong, huh? Look at you now.
#2. This girl even had the decency to post it on social media.
#3. His Geometry professor is not proud either.
#4. When puzzle pieces go wrong…
#5. Hurt is nothing if your tattoo is also nothing.
#6. She did not know that fallen angels actually rebelled against God.
#7. Folks, do not let this distract you from the correct one.
#8. There is nothing funny about picnic table, unless if it is tattooed unintentionally.
#9. When you mistook a bass clef for a powerful soul…
#10. Having two male symbols is nothing close to being a lesbian
#11. “Everithing” does not make sense.
#12. Next time, do not get inspiration from Shutterstock.
#13. This is just completely wrong, dude.
#14. You're vs. Your
15. #15. Yup, a poster will do actually.
#16 Farret and dream catcher just do not mix well.
#17. He is still not done with it.
#18. This what happens when you sleep in your math class.
#19. You be the judge.
#20. When all you ever wanted was to honor him…
#21. To vs. Too
#22. Is this a log… or a cross?
#23. She woke up one day and decided to have one.
#24. Apostrophe 101.
#25. Yup, never.
#26. Like they always say: "You get your money's worth."
#27. This one needs an extreme facepalm.
#28. Here goes that ‘Your vs. You're’ again.
#29. This guy needs to go back to school.
#30. Cheap tattoo at its finest.
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Read the captions and try not to cry.
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Scroll down below and see for yourself. Read the captions and try not to cry!...