The woman regrets the very unfortunate tattoo she got from the pre-pandemic.

She wishes she could “thwart” this permanent epidemic.

A TikTok user was asked what the “dumbest” tattoo he has ever gotten, and it ejects the ink that had deep meaning before COVID-19, is now remorseful.

“So I’ve got this tattoo – I’ve been wanting it for a few years – it’s basically being done, like, pretending to be true and real and nothing else,” TikTok user @wakaflockafloccar Explained in a viral video.

The unfortunate Tate, who met him before he swept the world of coronovirus in March, wrote: “Courageous and elemental, refusing to wear a mask.”

She ends the clip by giving a sarcastic two thumbs up, and comments: “I couldn’t waste time. PS I’m not an anti-mask I promise. “

The post, which has now been viewed nearly 1.5 million times, has included plenty of critical comments, with one user asking what she plans to do now that Incoming finds her anti-mask.

“Are you going to remove it?” Do people think you are a masked? Are you ashamed of it? I need to know, ‚ÄĚTichar asked.

“I wore long sleeves last year so no one would see it,” he replied.

It is not a shame that there is an internet with recently dropped jaws.

An Australian woman who said she often struggles to remember her “left” to “right” got an “L” and an “R” on her thumb, so that she would never forget again.

The photo instantly went viral, collecting more than 4,000 likes in less than 24 hours.

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