Tattoo Fixers is the TV show known for turning some of the rudest and crudest tattoo mistakes into 'walking works of art'.
The UK programme started off on E4 back in 2015, but was seemingly cancelled after its last show in 2020.
Some things are just certain in life, death, taxes and tattoo fails.
While the format of Tattoo Fixers sounds pretty straight forward, one iconic episode sees Jay, Sketch, and Alice make an embarrassing mistake.
When the episode aired in 2016, viewers pointed out an awkward mistake on a woman's new tattoo, as she appeared on the holiday version of the show.
When telling her story, Kat explained that she was on a 'YOGDO' (You Only Get Divorced Once) holiday, so decided to take the plunge and get inked.
Artist Alice Perrin came up with a design, which featured flowers, a pocket watch and a teacup, but there was a slight issue.
But on the clock face, she made a little bit of an error.
Let's see if you can notice it:
I'll be honest, it took me a while too, but it seems that there are two elevens and no nine on the clock numbers.
"Anyone else noticed there are 2 elevens? One should be a nine," one viewer said.
As another added: Going to have to do another cover up on this one… Two 11s and no nine?"
To make the situation even worse, the minute hand appears to be pointing at Alice's mistake.
"Won't be that hard to fix. They'll just make a complete leg sleeve instead," someone else joked.
As tragic as it is to be victim to a tattoo mistake, this will not be the first or the last time it has happened.
A woman recently went viral after she had the best reaction a major spelling mistake in her new tattoo.
She seemed to find it absolutely hilarious when hers got completely f**ked up.
Jordan LaMattina’s popular TikTok received millions of views after her tattoo of ‘EVERYTHING’S FINE’ went wrong.
Kind of ironically, she instead ended up with ‘EVERTHIN’S FINE’.
Luckily, she laughed it off as her friend behind the camera assured the tattoo artist: “This is not your fault.
“This is the greatest moment of my life.”
Reacting to the blunder, the tattoo artist looked like he wanted the ground to swallow him up, muttereing to himself: “Are you f**king joking?”
Not missing out on the perfect opportunity, she told the artist: “It’s okay, everthin’s fine.”Featured Image Credit: E4
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