Influencer shows fans her 'cringe' back tattoo as a warning to people wanting to get inked
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A social media influencer has revealed her 'cringe' tattoo to the world in an effort to urge others to think twice before getting inked.
You know the spot we we mean. It is sometimes called the 'tramp stamp' zone.
The rather dominant tattoo stretches across her lower back and into her bum crack, which the fashion and lifestyle influencer pointed out as not ideal.
"Since I got a bunch of requests to see the dragonfly, I will show you," Ashley told her followers on TikTok.
She added before pulling down the waistband of her jeans: "I never do this. It’s a bit embarrassing."
As she pulled her pants down to show off the massive, faded piece, she warned her followers to have a good, hard think before getting something permanent on their body.
"It goes into pretty much my butt crack. So all I have to say is, if there’s a tattoo you’re wanting, really marinate on it and don’t rush to get it," she said.
And hoo boy, we can see why she was warning others. The damn thing is huge.
"I did have a meaning at the time when I got it. It was more of a rebirth and all of that stuff," she said.
However, that meaning has now well and truly worn off.
"But now it’s just a giant bug on my back that I’ll have for the rest of my life," she said.
"Unless I get laser removal, which I am thinking about."
The comments came from her followers thick and fast, with plenty of revealing they liked it.
A few even called for 'justice for the dragonfly'.
One TikTokker said: "It’s honestly really cute, maybe just get it touched up a bit to make it brighter. But other than that, it’s hella cute."
Another added: "THAT'S CUTE WHAT?"
Others agreed with her about the huge size, writing: "Noooo.... I thought it was gonna be small."
Another user said: "I get what you mean about the size."
One follower just shared his bad tattoo story... and we have to admit, this one is sort of amazing.
They said: "I lost a bet with my wife. [My local] tattoo shop has a 'get what you get' machine. I got a tombstone saying 'there better be s***s."
They added: "I regret nothing."
Sounds wild. But, hey - you do you, pal.
Victoria Ashley was approached for comment for this story,