Guy Gets Lame Apology Tattoo After Cheating On His Wife

Couples getting matching tattoos is fairly common these days. While some choose to ink their skins with art that commemorates something or a person important in their lives others choose to use tattoos as a permanent reminder of something they did as a way to motivate them to focus on bettering themselves.

Then again, tattoos also happen as a result of mistakes done drinking escapades- a small reminder of that dare self-imposed after taking too many shots.

As we reminiscence the good times, once in a while, we witness some of the worst tattoo choices thanks to social media. Some so astonishing that many are forced to stop and think hard on behalf of the tattoo-e. Well, 2019 is off to a not-so-great start for one guy who decided to ink himself with a permanent reminder of the time(s) he went around his marriage, cheated, lied and did a whole bunch of other stuff to his wife.

The tattoo isn’t exactly appealing to the eye, so if you can’t bear to see this guy’s trunk, here’s the full text

If you can’t bear to look at that man’s bare torso, here’s the text in full, with tattoo-typos included:

“I, Jose L. Torres am getting a tattoo voluntarily on January 2, 2019 so that I can earn my wife’s trust back for the pain and suffering I have caused in our marriage.

I am a:
– Liar

– Cheater

– Manipulator

– Deciever [sic]

– Whore/prostitute lover

– Dishonest and disrespectful [sic]
Nothing like some nice lettering to start the year. (i did not wrote it i just tattooed) [sic]”

Much as the tattoo artist might have missed out a letter on the last one, we tend to think that the remorseful guy sent the message home. With a bunch of sloppy grammatical omissions, it begs an answer to the question; what motivated this guy to ink his torso with these texts?

Was it admission of guilt? or the desire to win back a scorned wife? Was it a condition laid out by the wife in order to take him back. Either way, it takes a lot of gut to permanently wear a list of the mistakes you wouldn’t want to look at for the rest of our life.