After being caught out cheating by his wife, Jose L. Torres was determined to win her back. When it came to the obvious options of giving her some space to think, taking her for a stunning date, bringing her flowers or serenading her on her doorstep, Jose went for none of those options.
Instead the cheating man decided that the best way to earn his "wife's trust back' was to go under the needle and receive a giant chest tattoo that will always remind her of his infidelity.
And while the tattoo is certainly eye-catching, there were a few other major mistakes that can be seen on the large torso tattoo.
After the tattoo starts with a lengthy paragraph of text explaining that he was “getting a tattoo voluntarily” in an attempt to “earn my wife’s trust back after the pain and suffering I have caused in our marriage.” Jose then goes on to list labels that define his behavior.
The worst and most cringe part is that when you read the words ‘deceiver’ and ‘disrespectful’ you realise that they are misspelled.
The massive tattoo was shared to Twitter by the artist who did it, Tattoos by Jorge, along with a caption explaining that Jorge was unaware it was misspelled.
He added in a comment that English is his second language and he has a hard time with spelling, so he always has clients double check the lettering themselves before he begins a tattoo.
Jorge also mentioned that he double checked with Torres “if he was really sure about his decision”, to which Torres simply replied he had “messed up” and wanted to “prove he would change”.
The photos went viral just about instantly, with hundreds of commenters laughing at Torres’ unfortunate spelling – and choice of tattoo.
“Better start saving for those laser removal sessions AND that divorce, because they just guaranteed both,” one Twitter user wrote.