I got a tattoo of two dice on my arm but cruel trolls slam it and say it looks like a bruise | The Sun

A VIDEO of a man showing off his new tattoo has gone viral after many claimed it looked more like a bruise.

The video has been shared on TikTok and people were left stunned by the shading technique used on the inking.

In the clip, the tattoo artist can be seen giving the tattoo a final clean.

While many were hoping the splodgy ink around the tattoo would wipe away – it turned out it was actually part of the design.

As the tattoo artist wipes away it reveals a tattoo on the lower arm of her client – two dice with dark black shading around the 3D shapes.

Not only did the shading throw people off, but many pointed out that none of the lines used to draw out the dice were straight.


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People were floored by just how bad the tattoo looked with many claiming it looked like a bruise and that it should be 'illegal.'

The video which was posted to the account @goodinktentions has gone viral with over 980k views and 24k likes.

"Not the tattoo looking like a bruise," penned the poster.

People quickly took to the comments section to share their thoughts on the inking – and many unanimously agreed it was terrible.

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One person wrote: "This should be illegal."

Another remarked: "Oh my gosh. Keep wiping. Maybe it’ll rub off."

"Not a single straight line was found this day," penned a third.

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "It looks like a bruise."

Someone else commented: "Dude got a tattoo of a bruise."

"Keep wiping, hopefully, it rubs off," claimed a fifth.

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