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By  Starchild21  |  3

Dude that totally sucks. Especially since it's a phrase you're definitely going to have someone notice it. Hopefully it's only misspelled at the end of a word so you can figure a way to cover it.


  i_got_it  |  0

lol.. Tramp stamp, tramp stamp... thats what you get for trying to be a slut..or trying to be sexy... or cool. Or whatever you were trying to do with that one. Thats not sexy, thats just dirty.

  Sun_Kissed18  |  25

I agree, if I ever got words permanently inscribed on my body, I would quadruple check EVERYTHING, spelling, if it makes sense, how it would look. Guess you didn't plan it well, did you?

  REFLEXED  |  7

When people are looking at your lower back, they won't care that irbid misspelled........ They will only notice your tramp stamp and what it implies ;-)

  franfran_fml  |  0

Oh be nice. First off, you don't even know it's a tramp stamp.All the OP said was that it was on her/his lower back. Second off, there is simply no need to call her a tramp that can't spell, especially since you misspelled the word "stamp". So who's the tramp now? WELL DONE!

  Link5794  |  18

A tattoo on the lower back is called a tramp stamp.

By  fdeg4161  |  13

I had to go both ways on this one. The OP should have double checked for spelling errors, but then again it sucks because now they'd have to get it removed/hide it because the artist was an idiot. Also, the OP never stated if they designed the tattoo art personally.


well maybe she spelled it out and he was just copying it the way she had it, OR maybe she was stupid and went late at night when the poor tattoo artist was tired. still all could have been prevented if she just checked more closely.


Ummm for this particular instance there is a valid point about the location of the tattoo... you can see your arm being tattooed but you cant see somebody misspelling something on your lower back now can you? I havent been to too many tattoo parlors where theres mirrors that show you your body from all angles... Fact of the matter is not many people get lower back tattoos so they can see them themselves... its like the other fml about lower back tattoos....they're called tramp stamps, and everyone who gets one knows it, and accepts that knowledge after going through with it. They can be agitated that the stereotype is there, but that didn't stop them from getting one. IDK why everyone assumes that the OP saw the tattoo and couldn't tell that it was misspelled, its on her lower back... maybe she should have had someone there to check it out for her...after all, she got the tattoo for other people to see now didnt she? Right... so she can cover it up or show it off as she so pleases? I find it hard to believe that anyone gets lower back tattoos with the intention of self enjoyment...its for the enjoyment of the people behind her.


I have a tattoo on my back. I can't see it unless I have a mirror. But I got it for my enjoyment. I live in England, which means it's pretty damn cold which means I'm normally wearing a shirt anyways, so no one really knows I even have it. I got it purely for my enjoyment.

  plexico  |  3

Oh, Lonely_Lez, I am so honored.

I have always felt that I might have sent some girls to your team, so if we can have you back (for a little while at least), I may be more well-liked by our team.

I'll keep 'em warm for you until we get the chance to make it happen. ;)

  lem0n_fml  |  0

I'd say so, Toxi, considering she spelt it correctly in the FML.
And just as a precaution, I better not see even one little bitch tell me that it's "spelled" and not "spelt." So to save us all some time and comments, both are correct. :)

  Intoxicunt  |  5

Haha. Yeah, but the FML staff adjust ALL FMLs to be published for correct grammar, spelling, etc. It may have been submitted with improper spelling and fixed.

  Intoxicunt  |  5

YES, THEY DO. Ask the FML staff right now. Ask them! TRUST me on this.
All but a couple staff members are French, so they may not notice a slight spelling or grammar error until it is pointed out. But I am 1,000% sure they adjust it before publishing to the site, and I'm pretty sure they know how to spell "tattoo".

  Puolukka  |  4

Intoxicunt is right. Sometimes they even change the spelling after the FML has been published. Because sometimes there are comments pointing out a spelling error in the FML and then a bunch of people commenting on those comments saying "There is no spelling error you moron" because the FML staff corrected the error. ;)