By inked - 05/02/2012 05:54 - United States
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Generally, you should go to a tattoo artist that can spell to avoid such things as this happening.
91- I have four, albeit small tattoos and not one of them is spelt wrong or screwed up, simply because I took the time to make sure it was perfect. It's not that hard to give a shit when you know it's going to be there for quite some time. Research it, check the spelling, double check it again and actually communicate with the the tattoo artist. No problems. :) I'd also advise doing what #1 said: Research the tattoo parlor and artist as well. Hygiene is important. :p
71 - My point was that the OP should have taken more than a quick glance at the design before actually agreeing to let the tattooing begin, although I do understand people seeing only what they expect! But if somebody wants to put that much faith in a stranger and only expect perfection they can't really complain if the tattoo comes up short.
Lol how come you didnt check to see what it said? Or if you did, how does a tattoo change to now become another letter?
*See's tattoo, then see's that you still have ears* Seems legit...