All is not lost: brilliant examples of correcting unsuccessful tattoos
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Oh, it would be great if, when we tried to get a tattoo in the form of a Japanese character, meaning "potato" (or "snot", or "asphalt", or "oink-oink"), there was someone who would dissuade us from this rash step. But all is not lost, as you can see from the photos below.
These tattoos were made to hide or ingeniously beat the unsuccessful tattoos of the times of dashing youth.
Footnote: "I was 17."