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I wanted a simple phrase tattoo

A WOMAN was left to sob after getting a tattoo that turned out to be completely different from what she wanted.

The TikToker asked her tattoo artist for a drawing of the earth followed by the word “enjoy.”

The tattoo she wanted

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The tattoo she wantedPhoto credit: Instagram/@vivotattoostudio
What she got instead

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What she got insteadPhoto credit: TikTok/@username10993e

But what was inked wasn’t what she expected.

She posted a video on TikTok under the username username10993e showing the photo she asked for and what is now forever on her body.

“I’m literally crying. These are so ugly,” she said while crying and laughing in the video.

“I hate it,” she said in the video’s caption.

Can you blame her after watching the video? Other TikTokers can’t, and they flooded the comments with their sympathy for them.

“Is that done with Sharpie? Geezus,” said one user in a comment.

“Did the tattoo artist (no artist did this) do this freehand? It couldn’t get that bad if he used a stencil,” said another user.

“OMG… please tell me you didn’t pay,” said another TikToker with the handover face emoji.

The woman who posted the video responded, saying the tattoo company didn’t give her a chance to look at it properly before wrapping it up.

“So I [paid] unfortunately,” she said.

The woman also said in a comment that she had it done at a mall in Maryland.

Unfortunately, she’s not the only person who has had bad experiences with tattoos.

A woman asked for a tattoo of her dog’s pawprintbut in the end it looked like a completely different animal.

“I wanted to get my dog’s pawprint on my middle finger, and it looks like a friggin’ raccoon paw,” she said in the Video.

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Dais Johnston

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