Man's new 'eye' tattoo goes horribly wrong as social media users think it looks very NSFW

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By Nasima Khatun

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A man has been left red in the face after the internet collectively made fun of his new tattoo.

Now, getting a tattoo is a big life decision to make. In fact, I would say that it ranks up there with moving house or changing jobs, because it can really have a drastic impact on your life if you get it wrong. Case in point...

Twitter user Finn Faye Gentry saw an unfortunate example of this when their partner turned up with a new inking that was supposed to be a human eye, but instead, it looked like something else entirely.

Posting to their hundreds of followers, they showed off the tattoo alongside a caption that read: "Parker came home with this tattoo and is insisting it doesn’t look like a p**** guys please back me up that is [an] eyevagina."

Take a look for yourselves:

Of course, the snapshot, which has racked up over 1.3 million views on the platform since it was posted on March 1, elicited some hilarious comments from other confused social media users.

"Like why would he get it facing vertical anyway like it makes it even worse," commented one user.

A second even called out the tattoo artist for doing a bad job, writing: "Okay but honestly [I don't know] who he went to but they did a horrible job as well. Not only does it look like a vagina, but they got the entire shape of the eyeball itself incorrect and the shading is incorrect. Someone may be able to fix this but WOW."

I don't want to pile on the hate... but they're not wrong, are they?

This person even claimed that they had to re-check all of their own tattoos after seeing this blunder.

Let's just hope Parker's up for wearing long-sleeved shirts until he manages to get that mess fixed because yikes.

Of course, this is far from the first regrettable tattoo to make its way onto the internet.

For example, this woman was left in tears after getting a blackout neck tattoo that she claims has completely changed the shape of her face.

The woman posted on her TikTok account (@spaceatmidnight) where she showed her followers her new ink, though it's clear she has some regrets.

Her upper cheeks, lower chin, and half of her neck are completely blacked out with fresh ink. "I’m having a whole entire identity crisis… because it slightly alters the shape of my face," she began while holding off tears.

Despite it seeming like a bizarre decision, she reveals that she had thought long and hard about getting the tattoo and that she even drew and painted it on herself to see if she liked it.

But that's where the problems began, as she would always draw it below her jawline whereas the tattoo artist inked it on slightly above.

"It’s on my actual face," the woman went on. "I feel like my face is smothering into my neck."

So, the next time you're thinking about going under the needle, make sure you've considered the consequences... and your tattoo artist's skillset.

Featured Image Credit: Brother's Art / Alamy

Man's new 'eye' tattoo goes horribly wrong as social media users think it looks very NSFW

vt-author-image

By Nasima Khatun

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A man has been left red in the face after the internet collectively made fun of his new tattoo.

Now, getting a tattoo is a big life decision to make. In fact, I would say that it ranks up there with moving house or changing jobs, because it can really have a drastic impact on your life if you get it wrong. Case in point...

Twitter user Finn Faye Gentry saw an unfortunate example of this when their partner turned up with a new inking that was supposed to be a human eye, but instead, it looked like something else entirely.

Posting to their hundreds of followers, they showed off the tattoo alongside a caption that read: "Parker came home with this tattoo and is insisting it doesn’t look like a p**** guys please back me up that is [an] eyevagina."

Take a look for yourselves:

Of course, the snapshot, which has racked up over 1.3 million views on the platform since it was posted on March 1, elicited some hilarious comments from other confused social media users.

"Like why would he get it facing vertical anyway like it makes it even worse," commented one user.

A second even called out the tattoo artist for doing a bad job, writing: "Okay but honestly [I don't know] who he went to but they did a horrible job as well. Not only does it look like a vagina, but they got the entire shape of the eyeball itself incorrect and the shading is incorrect. Someone may be able to fix this but WOW."

I don't want to pile on the hate... but they're not wrong, are they?

This person even claimed that they had to re-check all of their own tattoos after seeing this blunder.

Let's just hope Parker's up for wearing long-sleeved shirts until he manages to get that mess fixed because yikes.

Of course, this is far from the first regrettable tattoo to make its way onto the internet.

For example, this woman was left in tears after getting a blackout neck tattoo that she claims has completely changed the shape of her face.

The woman posted on her TikTok account (@spaceatmidnight) where she showed her followers her new ink, though it's clear she has some regrets.

Her upper cheeks, lower chin, and half of her neck are completely blacked out with fresh ink. "I’m having a whole entire identity crisis… because it slightly alters the shape of my face," she began while holding off tears.

Despite it seeming like a bizarre decision, she reveals that she had thought long and hard about getting the tattoo and that she even drew and painted it on herself to see if she liked it.

But that's where the problems began, as she would always draw it below her jawline whereas the tattoo artist inked it on slightly above.

"It’s on my actual face," the woman went on. "I feel like my face is smothering into my neck."

So, the next time you're thinking about going under the needle, make sure you've considered the consequences... and your tattoo artist's skillset.

Featured Image Credit: Brother's Art / Alamy