Never trust translations that were searched online. Tattoos are meant to stay forever on your body as pieces of art that decorate and inspires you, however, there are many ways for you to end up with huge regret after having a tattoo, usually if the artist did a bad job and the final result looks ugly. But there is one other way to botch a tattoo, and that is with mistaken translations, thinking you just had a cool Zen-like motto, only to realize you have "Chicken noodle soup" on your arm.
Don't be like these people, because their tattoo translations are painful to watch.
Here are the best of the worst tattoos:
I don't know what was he thought was written on his tattoo, but "Coffin Dude" is definitely not the case.
Now he is going to make the weirdest first impression.
The poor guy wanted a "No Regret" tattoo, but the translation skipped the "No" and added "(in Chinese)" instead.
The following calamity is the thing that happens when you use terrible translation sites.
Written on her back in Hebrew: "Babylon is one of the best dictionary and translation software in the world."
Well, let's agree to disagree.
Feeling calm is the last thing you would feel if you had a botched tattoo.
From "God almighty" into an "Idiot foreigner."
The original text was "Freedom."
Well, he clearly did.
Share these horrible tattoos with your friends, so they will not end up like the people here.
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