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One of the most commonly misspelled tattoos

strenght
Why the heck do tattoo artists make this same error in the word “strength” so, so often?


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7 Comments to One of the most commonly misspelled tattoos

  1. Because instead of paying attention in school, they were busy drawing in their notebooks.

  2. Bobbo on February 11th, 2013
  3. Anyone address what the other tattoo might say? I see either Dacem or Pacem.

  4. Hearse Nurse on February 11th, 2013
  5. I wish folks who choose to get inked/pick up an ink gun had the “strenght” to pick up a damn book and learn how read/spell

  6. Jon on February 11th, 2013
  7. So act accordingly. When you go to get a tattoo , make sure YOU know how to spell whatever it is you want, correctly. So you can check your tattoo artist . After all, you’re paying for his/her artistic ability and skill with the needle, not his/her I.Q. Awhile back it was all the rage to get an armband done in Sanscrit. Your “mantra’ or somesuch. Would you expect your tattoo artist to read/spell Sanscrit ? Of course not. You check it out with someone or some source that does, BEFORE you go see the tattooist. Same goes for getting a Japanese “Kanji “. ( i probably misspelled that, sorry, i was never anygood at spelling. That said, I DO KNOW how to use a dictionary to check out something that I’m going to have inked on me permanently.

  8. ELF on February 12th, 2013
  9. @ELF sound advice. I once knew a an Asian tattoo artist, whose best friend had been beat up by a guy who strolled into her parlor, wanting a kanji tat. She tatted ,”Baka Gai-jin”, on his arm. Loosely translated, that means, “stupid white man.” None of us had the heart to tell him, because he’s a douche.

  10. drm on February 12th, 2013
  11. i once had a tattoo artist tell me “hey i put on your skin what you want me to. thats why i ask you if everything is correct and to your liking before i even start to ink” when i asked him about misspellings he told me he will tell the person to look at it again. if they agree its good.. he inks it lol

  12. Becca on February 18th, 2013
  13. Simple stuff really, the tattooist will give you a piece of paper, YOU write what YOU want. HE will ask you to proof read it (laughing to himself knowing full well there is a spelling mistake) and once you agree, generally it will not be gun to skin, it will be drafted out on your skin in pen, again you will be asked to check that everything is to your liking, if you agree to go ahead, that’s what you got.

    If you ever go back with a complaint that the spelling is incorrect, he is guaranteed to pull out the piece of paper from his filing that shows exactly what you agreed to ink.

  14. Wes on September 20th, 2013

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