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I got a tattoo to celebrate the end of the Covid pandemic

SURVIVING a global pandemic is something that needs to be celebrated, and one tattoo lover decided to get some ink to commemorate the trip.

But the cheeky tattoo went awry when the tattoo artist made an embarrassing mistake.

The tattoo reads,

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The tattoo reads, “I survived a global pandemic and all I got was this stupid tttoo.”Photo credit: Reddit

The Tattoo, originally posted in the Reddit thread r/WellThatSucks, has an obvious typo.

“I survived a global pandemic and all I got was this stupid tttoo,” the ink reads.

The Reddit user captioned the image with a light-hearted comment: “You should make sure your tattoo artist is sober before getting a tattoo.”

The picture of the botched tattoo, posted just four months ago, has a little over 14,000 votes and around 300 comments from other amused users.

Many commenters agree that the misspelling makes the already funny tattoo even funnier.

“I mean, we all ended the year with some extra T cells,” one user joked.

“THIS IS SO FUNNY and IMO more fun than doing it ‘right’,” reads another comment.

Another user said the tattoo was a “perfect” representation of the chaotic year caused by the coronavirus.

Other tattooed people have caught Covid-related ink since the pandemic began.

An Italian student went viral after having his coronavirus vaccine status tattooed on his arm.

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Many tattoo fans even had designs made mocking the virus amid social distancing.

A woman accidentally got what appeared to be an innocent tattoo before the pandemic, which turned out to be a hilariously unfortunate mistake.

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Dais Johnston

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