NOTHING says “I love you” quite like matching tattoos with your partner.
Unfortunately, a disgruntled woman revealed that her and her boyfriend’s couple’s tattoo went horribly wrong in more ways than one.
The woman walking by @chauntaeee_ online, revealed that she and her boyfriend asked for matching tattoos that said “my love” in Chinese.
In a screenshot of the alleged communication between her and the tattoo artist, she sent an image of the actual tattoo she wanted written in Chinese characters.
She then sent a picture of someone with a similar tattoo under their ear to show how she and her boyfriend wanted the tattoos placed.
Unfortunately, the tattoo artist made a big mistake and accidentally tattooed the Chinese characters from the inspiration photo instead of the characters that the client and her boyfriend actually wanted.
After the appointment, the woman claimed to have pasted her new tattoo into a Chinese-English translator on Google, revealing they both got the name “Elaine” permanently inscribed on their necks.
To throw even more dirt into the wound, when a viewer suggested the woman and her boyfriend have a baby and name her Elaine, the woman revealed that she and her boyfriend had split.
So now she has a random woman’s name tattooed on her body as a matching piece with someone who is no longer in her life.
Meanwhile, dozens of other users seemed conflicted about the whole situation.
Some commented on the video to express their shock or sympathy, while others accused the couple of not checking the tattoo stencil.
The woman clarified that she did not blame the artist at all and understands that it is her own fault.
“Live and you learn, I think,” she said.
If it helps at all, the unfortunate woman isn’t the only one to take her complete tattoo fail to the internet.
Previously, another person demonstrated them unsatisfactory inkwhich didn’t look like what she had asked for.
Also, another woman took to the internet to show it how she covered up her failing tattoo.
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https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/17886737/chinese-matching-tattoo-gone-horribly-wrong-pet-names/ My friend and I asked for matching tattoos in Chinese – to say we got it horribly wrong is an understatement