10 People Who Wished Their Tattoo Artist Used Spellcheck

10 People Who Wished Their Tattoo Artist Used Spellcheck



If you are afraid of commitment, tattoos might not be a good choice for you. While you could pay a lot of money to have regrettable tattoos lasered off, you still risk permanent scarring and discoloration – not to mention the pain of having it removed. That’s why you had better be darn sure the tattoos you get are not only tattoos you will always like, but that they’re spelled correctly if you get word tattoos. If you are getting words tattooed on your body, triple check with the tattoo artist they know how to spell these words correctly and save yourself a lot of embarrassment. Here are ten people who learned that lesson the hard way.

“My Mom is My Angle”

Angels, angles… classic mistake! Maybe her mother is really into angles and it wasn’t a mistake after all?

“To Live Doesn’t Mean Your Alive”

A lot of people get “your” and “you’re” mixed up, but if there was ever a time to make sure someone knows the difference, it’s when they’re tattooing it on your body.

“Go Whereever the Wind Takes You”

Not only did this poor soul get an extra E in “wherever,” “Go” wasn’t capitalized. Ouch.

“Thenks Mather For My Life”

Looks like what they meant was “Thanks Mother for my life.” Maybe that same mother didn’t teach him how to spell.

“No Regerts”

Maybe they can get another tattoo under this one that says, “Except this tattoo.”

“For Those I Love I Will Sacrafice”

Looks like this guy thought he was being really clever having the tip of the star make an A in sacrifice. Problem is, sacrifice only has one a, and it’s in the wrong spot.

“Tomarrow Never Knows”

Tomorrow never knows what? How to spell, probably.

“It’s Get Better”

All the proper letters are there, but the problem is the S needs to be moved over about three spots.

“Gaurdian Angel”

Too bad his guardian angel wasn’t around to intervene when he was getting a misspelled tattoo!

“Don’t Let the Past, Make Your Dicisions, For Today”

This one is a double whammy: not only is decisions spelled wrong, but there are a couple of extra commas floating around there too.