My husband and I each paid $180 to have our daughter’s handprint tattooed
MANY people choose to get tattoos to commemorate major life events.
That was the reasoning a couple had after heading to the tattoo shop after the birth of their daughter – but things didn’t go as planned.
In one video, a woman explained that she and her husband planned to get their daughter’s handprint tattooed.
She even showed what it actually looked like before providing examples of the style she and her hubby wanted.
But instead of a handprint, she and her husband were inked with just the outline of a hand – a distorted shape to boot.
Apparently, each tattoo would cost $180, not including taxes.
To prove that she had done her research, she claimed that she had spent the week leading up to her appointment discussing it with the artist.
Apparently, the artist even sent him examples of his work.
“He lied about his skills and talent and ended up getting arrested by the health board,” she claimed.
“I thought he would do the outlines first, then we would do an shading session.
“But when he told me we were done, I was very upset.”
Other tattoo failures include a woman who paid $100 for a small flame design on her finger only to have it disappear a week later.
Also, another woman asked for a cute tattoo of three birds, but instead people say it looks like chicken feet.
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