Mispelt Tattos aka Misspelt Tattoos
Unless you want to be embarassed for the rest of your life or you can afford expensive (and not all that effective, depending on a number of factors there could be permanent scarring) laser tattoo removal, you really REALLY need to follow these simple steps:
1) be able to spell, 2) make sure your tattoo artist can also spell, 3) proof read the design BEFORE it goes on the skin and 4) consult a dictionary if you're not sure (actually, do that anyway just in case...)
A tattoo is an investment for life. Though I use the word 'investment' loosely, because it's not like you can sell it later at a profit right?
I often misspell words (though I never misspell "misspell" unlike some who misspell it as "mispell") so when it's something important I use a spell check. And what's more important than being branded for life?
So before you ink, think!
Tis an Art to be an illiterate tatto artist
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