I see 4… “abilily”… Capital “W” on “will”….. “overweight” instead of “outweigh” AND it’s backwards…. It should be “The ability to die will always outweigh the ability to live”…… Smoke another joint and rephrase please….
Forgot to cross the t in the first “ability,” unnecessary capitalization of the w in “will,” “overweight” is not the appropriate word to use in this sentence, and the tattoo artist is apparently incapable of making a cursive lowercase b.
I’d like to examine this. Briefly. The will to live. Everybody’s got that. Or should. The ability to die. Dying happens whether you have the ability or not, you we all do. There’s no way to weigh either concept, thus: People are f*ckin’ idiots.
The t is not crossed in ability the I in ability isn’t connected to the a the w in will should not b capitalized it should b out weigh not over weight and if Ur gonna make the T and W all fancy the rest of it should b fancy as well! And there is no comma! But I learned to not go get a tat where ever she went they messed her up!