Oh boy. Where do we even begin with these tattoo fails? A part of us just feels BAD for the people got these tattoos so terribly wrong. I mean, was it the tattoo artist or the customer that should be to blame? Or both? If you went in for a tattoo of a meaningful saying, like "Regret Nothing," and you came out with a giant tattoo fail on your skin, wouldn't you immediately go back into the tattoo shop and tell them to fix it? Or do these people not realize that there is a typo and think it looks great. Is one situation better than the other? We don't even know!
What we do know is that if you don't know how to spell, you either a) shouldn't be a tattoo artist and b) shouldn't get a tattoo without having a friend there who can proof-read it. I mean, tattoos are PERMANENT, people. This will last FOREVER. Your tattoo fail will be on your body until you die. Which is just sad when you think about all the mistakes that get made. Like that clawing tiger with fake blood that you got on your stomach when you were drunk one night in college. Or that weird mushroom on the small of your back that you thought looked cool when you were 19 and now just looks like a pile of poop. The bottom line is DO NOT GET A TATTOO WITHOUT REALLY THINKING ABOUT IT. And then, spellcheck. Definitely spellcheck.