Woman Horrified To Discover Her ‘Guardian Angel’ Back Tattoo Looks Way More Graphic Than She Intended

Woman Horrified To Discover Her ‘Guardian Angel’ Back Tattoo Looks Way More Graphic Than She Intended

When you get a tattoo, chances are the art you choose is something that means a lot to you in some way. Bekah Milly certainly felt a deep connection to her guardian angel, which is why she chose to have the ethereal being tattooed on her back. However, what was meant to be an innocent and incredibly beautiful image turned into something accidentally much more graphic than she ever would have intended.

@bekah.milly

#fyp #tattootok #tattoo #goodjoke

♬ Original sound – witch fingers

  1. The tattoo is supposed to show her hugging her guardian angel. Unfortunately, that’s not quite how it looked to many people on TikTok and in her real life, who pointed out that the image seemed rather unsavory…
  2. I mean, it’s not a great thing, is it? She captioned a video of herself showing off the tattoo, “When someone says your new tattoo looks like a girl eating a–.” LOL. I mean, it kinda does, to be honest…
  3. Once you see it, you can’t unsee it. Some people might think you have to have your mind in the gutter to mistake this tattoo for something raunchy, but once you look at it that way, you can’t see it any other way. “You need to go get that touched up ASAP!!!” one commenter wrote. Another added: “Wow, that is really bad. Guess anyone can be a tattoo artist if this was paid for.”
  4. Bekah is totally cool with her tattoo. In a follow-up video, she revealed that she had no plans to change the ink and is happy with it. She finds everyone else’s jokes pretty funny, and hey, as long as she’s happy, that’s what matters.
@bekah.milly

I should be sleeping #tattoofail #badtattoo

♬ original sound – Donovan’s 2nd

 

Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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