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I've made a lot of mistakes in my life - especially when drunk.
Let me tell you about the worst one. When I was at university I spent the summer working in a warehouse assembling flat pack furniture for a nearby care home. I was so happy to receive my first pay-check that I celebrated by purchasing a litre bottle of Jack Daniel's from the cornershop next door.
That night, I drank the entire thing while watching the season 4 DVD boxset of Baywatch. I don't think I'd even completed episode 13 ('The Red Knights'), when I stood up, tripped, and put my hand through a glass door. I tore a few tendons and had to have surgery the next morning, all on a terrible hangover.
Some might think my story is pathetic. Others might think it's pretty tame. But whatever your opinion, I doubt you deem it as grave a mistake as the woman who got '420' tattooed on her forehead:
Don't get me wrong: I like chiefing the reef and packing fat cones as much as the next lifelong member of the #HighSociety. However, as much as I enjoy roasting bones, I've never been too blazed to be phased about getting "420" etched on my face.
For whatever reason, Tabitha Renea West couldn't exercise the same restraint. She's now launched a GoFundMe page in an effort to cover the cost of removing the tattoo.
It's easy to mock Tabitha, but if you can honestly say you'd ever admit to your mistakes in a manner as honest, vulnerable, and downright raw as Tabitha, I'll get "420 blaze it" stick and poked on my throat.
We wish you all the best in getting your life back on track, Tabitha.
Words by Jack Blocker
Featured image: GoFundMe
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