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I wanted to tattoo my father’s name but the artist’s misspelling ended up being a family joke

A WOMAN’s attempt at a sweet tribute to her father went awry after her tattoo artist made a misspelling.

Getting a tattoo is a big commitment, but it didn’t go smoothly for a woman named Kimberly, who asked for her parents’ names above her knees.

A woman on TikTok revealed that her tattoo artist wrote her father's name as

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A woman on TikTok revealed that her tattoo artist wrote her father’s name as “Jhon” instead of “John.”Photo credit: TikTok/@timbles32
Her mother's name, Kristian, was spelled correctly on her knee

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Her mother’s name, Kristian, was spelled correctly on her kneePhoto credit: TikTok/@timbles32

On her tick tock She revealed that her tattoo artist spelled her father’s name as “Jhon” instead of “John.”

She has to remove and redo it if she wants to fix it since it’s in the place she wants it to be.

But despite the mistake, she found a positive side.

Kimberly said she was lucky because her family turned the misspelled tattoo into an inside joke.

“My brother signed my dad up for a magazine subscription and spelled his name like that,” she said in her video. “And so it’s sort of an inside family joke. When I told my mom about it, she was like, ‘Yeah, now the tattoo has even more meaning.’ So I’m not upset.”

She went on to say that she has no hard feelings towards her tattoo artist, who has apologized.

Her mother’s name, Kristian, was spelled correctly on the other knee.

Kimberly said they were so focused on spelling her mother’s name because it has an unusual spelling that they overlooked her father’s name.

Kimberly shares her story of her misspelled tattoo on TikTok

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Kimberly shares her story of her misspelled tattoo on TikTokPhoto credit: TikTok/@timbles32

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17863525/tattoo-dads-name-spelling-mistake-ended-up-family-joke/ I wanted to tattoo my father’s name but the artist’s misspelling ended up being a family joke

Dais Johnston

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