Another day, another dumb couple who gets matching tattoos to symbolize their “love.” Right? Wrong. This is not like any of those other days, because this is like all of those other days combined and on speed. And meth. And lots of other drugs.
is just not the same as this. Or anything we’ve ever seen before. This is a girl who let a guy tattoo his name ON HER FACE. And not subtly, either. Her boyfriend, who she met in an online chatroom ONE WHOLE MONTH AGO, happens to be a very controversial tattoo artist (no need to really back up that claim). FYI, this occurred during their first in-person meeting. Literally, this man’s name is tattooed across this girls face. Not only does this guarantee that no other guy will ever want to touch her, I think it’s safe to say that pretty much anybody she encounters on the streets will steer clear of her. Also, can we just talk about how much pain this girl went through for this tattoo? What kind of person/tattoo artist wants to personally put his loved one in excruciating pain in order to mutilate her face in this manner??!?
The girl, Lesya, has made a statement about the tattoo, claiming that “it is a symbol of their eternal devotion to one another” and “she’d like him to tattoo every inch of her body.” Well, Lesya, I’d like to go on the record and let you know that there is a plethora of ways in which you can show your eternal devotion to someone, and none of them require ruining your entire face forever. Marriage! Adopting a dog together! Matching cardigans! Some ways could even involve tattoos! Even if I don’t like couple tattoos, that doesn’t mean you can’t get something cute and meaningful and NOT ON YOUR ENTIRE FACE. It’s hard to be shocked by stuff on the interwebz these days, but I must say- this is all sorts of appalling. And offensive. I am personally offended that this happened.
The saddest part is that she defski could have been a cutie otherwise.
Morals of the story: 1) stop doing drugs (unofficial- I have no evidence that drugs were involved in this situation), and 2) be wary of people you meet in chat rooms. Catfish taught us that a while ago, though.