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

WHILE the design of a tattoo is important, its positioning can also prove vital as one unfortunate woman discovered.

What was supposed to be a statue of a Greek goddess statue was left resembling something far ruder when inked on the woman's knee.

Reddit users mercilessly mocked the design after it was posted by someone who claimed to have found it on Instagram.

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

However, 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."

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."


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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."

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

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

In other bad tattoos news, one Reddit user got an inking of corn dogs-  but it was compared to a lesion and bacteria online.

Meanwhile, a man has warned others about the dangers of getting inked by unlicensed premises after a $20 “homemade tattoo” went horribly wrong.

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