It’s pretty obvious the “U” was added with a sharpie. It’s pretty evident that the color is darker than the rest of the tattoo. So it’s a “No Regrets” tattoo with a “U” added in to get onto Lamebook? ….Lame.
I didn’t know Lamebook were in the business of doctoring submissions.
I sent in the bottom one, which initially had a comment correcting her spelling of “dyed”. Editing out the comment isn’t a big deal, but the thing is that she never wrote “dumd”, and if you look closely you can see the difference between the first “d” and the second, which is simply the “b” flipped backwards.
Ah, but it is a paradox! For if it changes to ‘two regrets’ then it is no longer misspelled, and hence he has only one regret. But then the ‘two’ is in error so there are two regrets, in which case it is NOT in error so there’s one regret.
And ‘one regrets’ is stupid. Putting ‘one’ in Spanish but not ‘regrets’ is even dumber.
I like that ’3d’ effect that modern tattoos have evolved.
I like how it doesn’t really look like a shadow, it just looks blurry.
I suspect it would look better irl and close-up.
But I bet it would look shit from across the room.
And my opinion matters because I just typed it online.
You may be looking at it blown up but I’m looking at it on my news feed. Proof, this is her profile: profile.php?id=1111542414 and though her profile picture in the submission is obviously pixelated you can see the similarity in the colour of the wall behind her.
Also, this would make for a very boring troll.