14 Tattoo Spelling and Grammar BlundersStacey Blanton
Search the Internet and you’ll find no shortage of pictures depicting permanent tattoo spelling and grammar blunders. We’ve seen it countless times but it’s never easy to look at. Misspelling a word in an email or blog is one thing, but permanently tattooing it onto your body is quite another. Unfortunately, as these pictures prove, many tattooists did not bother doing a spell (or grammar) check before inking their hapless clients. Some errors are heartbreaking, most are cringe-worthy and a few made us laugh.
Here are 14 misspelled tattoos that stood out as being the most painful to look at (English majors, you may want to avert your eyes):
1. The love comes before the blood? I’m confused.
2. You should probably also believe that your tattooist did not have a dictionary.
3. Oh no you did not.
4. Loyality? Faceplam.
5. Yes, you sure are.
6. Apparently not from Mensa.
7. Nailed it!
8. Fine, maybe one, tiny regert.
9. Good thing – we can remove that apostrophe for you.
10. I can hardly wait for fudgement day.
11. That’s obvious.
12. Well, you’re a poor speller.
13. No time to check spelling. Let’s live!
14. That’s it. We’re never not giving up right now.
If you or someone you know has a misspelled tattoo. Let us fix it! We can lighten up the error so a tattooist can fix it or we can fade the unwanted tattoo altogether. Call us for a free consultation.