I started looking closely, then decided I kinda hope you're right but what difference does it make. Those type of tats are pretty stupid in any case, spelled correctly doesn't help much....After taking a much closer look at the tat...Not absolutely positive this image was shopped, but I'm inclined to think it was.
I agree.After taking a much closer look at the tat, I believe there is a good possibility the image was photoshopped. If you look at all of the i's they all look alike except the one that should be an e. Also, the wrong i has the arc and spacing similar to that of the other e's. Lastly, the edges on the wrong i are softer than the rest of the lettering and have no glare. Not absolutely positive this image was shopped, but I'm inclined to think it was.
I'Ve seen more than a few rose tattoos turn into long-stem roses due to gravity.I'm interested in the young woman with the "firm chests" that get a tattoo on a breast of a beautiful butterfly...as time takes it's toll and the body sags and settles...that beautiful butterfly begins to look like a California Condor (buzzard).
It's interesting what a few stretch marks will do to a tattoo, as well.All those tramp stamp tats are gonna look funny after a couple of kids and 30 extra lbs.