A woman has confessed she hates her latest tattoo and wants it removed as soon as possible because her artist made an embarrassing mistake.
Jennifer McGee, 18, didn’t name the artist who made the blunder but was clearly disappointed as she shared a TikTok video of the botched results.
In the clip posting on her @jennifer_jalene account, she explains she was feeling “excited” at the prospect of getting another tattoo and wanted a simple outline of two butterflies and the phrase “with pain comes strength” on her chest.
Awkwardly, she points out her artist has missed out the “g” in the middle and spelled the word as “strenth”.
Even worse, she didn’t notice when she was still at the stencil stage because of the cursive style of the handwriting and so it’s now permanently under her skin – unless she pays more money to have it removed.
The video has been watched thousands of times and viewers debated what poor Jennifer ought to do now.
One user commented: “Oooh what are you gonna do about it? Laser it and redo it?”
Jennifer replied that was getting it “fully removed” and explained: “There’s not a way to add a G without fully removing it honestly and he made the W in with sooo long.”
When people asked her why she didn’t notice at the stencil stage, she said: “No, I didn’t see he missed the letter G in the cursive word strength.”
Meanwhile, other users were of the opinion that it wasn’t too bad, and some said the spelling mistake was barely noticeable.
One joked: “He’s just putting you through the pain for ‘strenth.'”
“I mean I’m dyslexic so I wouldn’t even notice,” commented a second person.
This comes after parents complained about a tattoo of their daughter’s handprint going wrong – and said they shut down the artist’s studio.