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Woman Transforms Guardian Angel Tattoo After People Mistook It For X-Rated Image

Jake Massey

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Woman Transforms Guardian Angel Tattoo After People Mistook It For X-Rated Image

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly

A woman who was told her guardian angel tattoo looked like an X-rated image has had it transformed. Check it out here:

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Bekah Milly took to TikTok back in August to express her dismay after someone pointed out that her new back tattoo didn't quite look like the guardian angel she had in mind.

Posting on her TikTok account, she wrote: "When someone says your new tattoo looks like a girl eating a$s."

Well, that's awkward. Especially considering the design was intended to show her innocently hugging her guardian angels.

I mean, I can defo see the a**e eating.

My neck, my back... Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly
My neck, my back... Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly

The video was viewed more than 18.4 million times, and giving her a little industry advice, a tattoo artist suggested: "Continue the outline of the head further to make the distinction that it's a person. Maybe even continue the shoulder a touch under the one arm."

Another advised: "You need someone to make your guardian angel an outline of the head cuz ugh yeah you're just eating a*s here."

Now, Bekah has taken this advice on board in a bid to prevent people from seeing it as some sort of inky tribute to rimming.

Sharing a look at the cover up job, she captioned the video: "Better than I could have even asked for!"

The new tatt features more detail on the second person and a red rose at the centre.

Looks much more innocent now. Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly
Looks much more innocent now. Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly

Responding to the new look, one person joked: "Nice! RIP salad tossing tat."

Another user added: "Omg This is GORGEOUS!!!!! And so much better. Obsessed."

A third said: "I'm so glad TikTok brought me back to this tattoo and I got to see your happy ending."

Not everyone could see the dirty interpretation of the tattoo in the first place, to be fair.

Bekah is delighted with the revised tatt. Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly
Bekah is delighted with the revised tatt. Credit: TikTok/bekah.milly

One person said: "It's someone hugging someone else with her hand around the top of their neck and back. I don't see how you CAN'T see that."

Another said: "I didn't read the story, my first look I interpreted a loss of someone dear... like an empty hug. What happened to you if you can't say anything nice?"

Others compared the tattoo to a popular optical illusion, with one writing: "It's one of those pictures like can you see the dog and the old lady."

Evidently though, Bekah decided that any number of people believing she had a tattoo of a**e eating on her back was too many.

Topics: Viral, Community, Tattoo, TikTok

Jake Massey
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