Tattoo With 2 Misspelled Words Gets The Cover Up It So Truly Deserves
Most tattoo shops do a decent job of making sure a client isn’t completely drunk or drugged up before doing a tattoo. Not just because there are health risks involved but because no shop wants a sobered up person screaming the next about the Calvin pissing on the word ISIS tat on their chest.
I’m wondering if tattoo shops should start doing sobriety tests on the artists working in the shop, and if not, at least give random spelling and grammar tests.
The terrible tattoo above had not one, but two, misspellings (on essentially the same word) and what’s a client to do after discovering the horrendous mistakes? Obviously, get a tattoo pointing those mistakes out.
Speaking of regrettable tattoos…