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Mum Gets Asda Tattoo In Tribute To Supermarket

A mum has gone viral after getting an Asda tattoo inked on her bum in tribute to the supermarket giant. 
Credit: @jodiew1990/TikTok

A mum has gone viral after getting an Asda tattoo inked on her bum in tribute to the supermarket giant. 

Jodie Waddell, 32, recently took to TikTok and revealed to followers one of the questions she gets asked on Tinder and apparently, most people are curious about her inking of the store’s logo.

In the clip she said guys ask: “Is the Asda tattoo real?”

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She followed this up with another video in which she showed the inking.

Hundreds took to the comments and shared their thoughts, with one writing: “Hahaha OMG, that’s brilliant.”

Another added: “You legend.”

“Do you get a discount if you show that?” a third asked.

Unfortunately, the former Asda employee never answered this question in particular. However, she did speak to The Sun’s Fabulous about her inking.

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She told the publication that she decided to treat herself after getting a tax refund and the tribute seemed fitting.

Waddell said: “I can’t tell you just how excited I was when I found out the classic Asda bum tap advert was coming back.

“I loved watching that as a kid and I loved working in the shop. It was a really nice time for me.

“I don’t work there anymore but when I got a rebate I decided to just go for it and get the tattoo as a tribute. I’m the kind of person that likes to be spontaneous.”

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She went on to tell Fabulous that it’s an ‘icebreaker’ when it comes to chatting to men on dating apps.

Reportedly, Waddell is now working at the baking giant Greggs and she’s now being encouraged to have this store tatted on her somewhere too.

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