I got a tattoo of a Greek goddess but failed to follow inking rules – now it’s compared to a sex toy | The Sun

ONE person's tattoo was ruthlessly slammed online after people compared it to a sex toy.

An unfortunate woman shared a pic of her new tattoo on social media that was quickly posted on Reddit by a user who said that it was supposed to be a statue of a Greek goddess.

However, its "poor placement" made it the subject of ridicule by users.

The picture shows the tattoo of a headless statue under the word "welcome."

The design's placement on the side of the person's knee left many confused when looking at the image.

One comment read: "Sh***y dildo tattoo."


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Another added:"Maybe I'm not looking at it right, but it looks sh***y to me. WTF does it say welcome?? I mean if it was on the inner thigh that might make sense."

A third Reddit user shared an important tattooing rule so the placement doesn't ruin the design.

They said: "My most recent artist had [me] kneel, stretch and such to see what would happen when I moved…so important bc this could happen."

Another commentator agreed: "Oof they really should’ve had her sit with the stencil on first wtf."

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Many couldn't even figure out what the design was supposed to be.

"It's a greek statue without a head, the top nub is the beginning of its right arm. I hope this helps?" someone explained.

Meanwhile, a woman said she tried to get a crescent tattoo when she was 15 and the results were messed up.

Also, a mother was mercilessly trolled over her Tyson Fury tattoo but says she doesn’t care because the Gypsy King said he loves the tribute.

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