Woman’s ‘Heartwarming’ New Tattoo Accidentally Ends Up Looking Rude

Credit: @bekah.milly/TikTok

A woman had a ‘heartwarming’ tattoo of a ‘guardian angel’ done but it accidentally ended up looking very rude. 

Bekah Mily recently took to TikTok and decided to show off the new inking on the centre of her back but she didn’t get the feedback she intended.

Instead of everyone gushing over its inspiring meaning, users of the platform pointed out that it could come across as something entirely different – and now she can’t unsee it.

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The woman had a ‘heartwarming’ tattoo of a ‘guardian angel’ done but it accidentally ended up looking very rude. Credit: @bekah.milly/TikTok

The woman captioned the viral post: “When someone says your new tattoo looks like a girl eating a**.”

It has now been viewed over 10million times and thousands have taken to the comments, admitting they could also see it too.

One TikToker joked: “Tell me you make permanent life-altering decisions without thinking, without telling me you make permanent life-altering decisions without thinking.”

Another added: “It does and it doesn’t look like she’s having the best time lmao.”

“I mean, what the hell else could it be?” a third asked.

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Some people took to the comments and reassured Mily that the tattoo could be easily fixed with a few adjustments.

One person advised: “I definitely saw the hug and it seems like it was meant to look like a hug which is lovely. But a light touch up to the head would make it more obvious.”

“Hey, tattoo artist here. My suggestion would be to continue the outline of the head further, to make the distinction it’s a person,” another user commented.

Although Mily could have ended up being absolutely mortified by how her tattoo turned out, she’s managed to share a follow-up clip in which she has admitted she’s found everyone’s reactions hilarious.

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Written by Aimee Walker

Aimee is a senior content editor at IGV who specialises in finding the best original stories, trending topics and entertainment news. She graduated from Birmingham City University with a degree in Media and Communications.