20 cases when people regretted a tattoo very muchPictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/20-cases-when-people-regretted-a-tattoo-very-much
Sometimes you see a tattoo on a person and think: "Why did he do it at all?". A familiar feeling? If you have never experienced it, look at the examples from this collection: people show their unsuccessful tattoos and admit that it was a mistake. These are the heart-rending stories.
"I don't even remember what numbers I supposedly have there and what they mean. I don't even know where to start. I was 18 and I was stupid. That's it, damn it."
"An hour after we did these trendy tattoos with stars, my sister-in-law told me that she hated my brother and was cheating on him. Imagine: spring break in my senior year of high school in 2007.
My boyfriend and I decided to visit my brother and his wife, who have been together for more than ten years. My daughter-in-law says, "Let's get the same tattoos!“ I agree, because she is an authority for me, and I am an 18-year-old fool. And so — an hour after we left the tattoo parlor, she tells me that she hates my brother and is cheating on him. I've already thought about getting this tattoo out many times— there's a bad story behind it."
"I got this tattoo right before Rowling made her statement about transgender people. Now I regret what I did… Although "Harry Potter" means a lot to me, this is my childhood, and this book series is bigger and more important than Rowling."
"I have a tattoo on my back with the number 8 (my lucky number), it was the first tattoo I made myself. And then my original tattoo was covered with roses and another stupid eight..."
"Here is this scary, ugly blue flower. I'm going to cover it with something else. My friends and I went to my master's tattoo parlor for a party for the best clients. There you could choose a tattoo from the list. The party was great, everyone was sober and everyone knew who wanted what tattoo. But then my brother's wife started whining that she didn't like her master and asked me to switch with her… As a result, I got this stupid flower."
"I got a tattoo with the image of Patrick from the animated series about SpongeBob. But they did it somehow unsuccessfully. The artist must have had a bad day. After reviewing his work, I turned pale. Then I had an overlap done for free. To be honest, it's not much better, but at least Patrick is gone."
"I got this tattoo a few years ago. And I regretted it almost immediately. Not because of the words depicted, but because of how bad she looks. I learned this lesson well: a miser pays twice. If it seems to you that for 50 bucks you can get something good, then this is not so. Never again in my life will I save on a tattoo artist."
"Self-made tattoo. Made 20 years ago"
"I regret not so much that I made it, but that I did not wait until I turned 18 and did not make it in some decent salon with a good master. #YOLO (You only live once, "You only live once"). But I still fucking love Drake and The Motto song."
"I got this tattoo when I was still a teenager. I really wanted her, so I persuaded my mom to lie and say that I was a year older… Then I was a fan ("juggalo") of the hip-hop group Insane Clown Posse and I thought I would be a juggalo all my life. Now I'm trying to forget it like a bad dream."
"I got this tattoo when I was 19 years old, as a tribute to John Lennon and the song Imagine. Performed poorly. The master watched the movie "The Hills have Eyes" during the session, so all I heard was wild screams… I still love John Lennon, but now I hate tattoos!"
"It was supposed to be a reference to the cartoon "Puzzle" and serve as a reminder to me that I should not let emotions take over me. But as a result, the tattoo looks more like a "Twinis", a children's TV series, and not a "Puzzle" at all. I'm going to make an overlap."
"I made this inscription for myself 11 years ago. Damn Justin Bieber!"
"I got this for my 20th birthday because I dreamed I had a tattoo. It is scored very unevenly. I had to go back there again to fix it, but the pain was enough for me the first time."
"Creepy butterfly, just ugh! I made the first one at the age of 20... now it is covered with a color (next to which a tiny butterfly flies in honor of the original)."
"I thought it was a Bob Marley quote — "Some people feel the rain, and others just get wet." Later, when I got a tattoo, I read an article about quotes from famous people that are fake. And I also made it in a place that you can't hide - especially in summer."
"I don't regret the reason I wanted to get a tattoo and its meaning, but I don't like the way it looks. My style changes a lot. I would like to be able to change the tattoo as often so that it matches!"
"This flower is just ugly. I told the artist that I didn't like the leaves, but she seemed so nervous and annoyed that I chose to hush up the question and pretended that everything was fine. It was in March. I'm deleting it now, there have already been two sessions. To do it faster than to reduce."
"This tattoo is on my stomach, and it's a quote from Catch-22. A great book, despite the terrible tattoo! Here is this quote: "It was impossible to predict what people might find out if they were free to ask any questions they wanted.""
"Now I just have something like a huge multicolored bruise on the top of my foot. It's too expensive to remove, and it's very painful to even try to fix it. People look and say, "Oh, what was it supposed to be?“ I've already learned not to worry about it. But actually it was supposed to be a galaxy."