Spelling Importance In Tattoos Emphasized In Photos For Ultimate Spelling Readers, Shares eReflect

Does a misspelled tattoo mean the end of the world? eReflect shares with the Ultimate Spelling™ readers a series of “tattoo fails” that could make many first-timers reconsider getting a tattoo.

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Language and spelling are definitely things that shouldn't be overlooked in any type of communication, but for people who plan on making that communication a permanent part of their skin, spelling is an essential skill.

New York City, NY (PRWEB) May 15, 2014

“No Regerts” is probably something now unknown to the bearer of this misspelled tattoo, which was supposed to read, “No Regrets.” This and 12 other tattoo spelling failures were recently featured on the Ultimate Spelling™ blog. eReflect has used these sadly amusing photos to emphasize the significance of spelling skills, and why people should learn how to spell to avoid embarrassing tattoo failures like “Sucess is a Procss” and the not-so-beautiful “Beautiful Tradgedy” a young girl got on the top of her chest.

Proof that “Knowledge is Power” comes from another tattoo misspelling, “Noledge is Power” - which led the eReflect team to wonder whether many tattoo artists might benefit from brushing up their own spelling skills. Other photographs of misspelled tattoos include the irony-laden “I’m Awsome” and “You Only Life Once.” These tattoo failures remind people that permanent skin modifications like tattoos are something that requires thorough preparation - good spelling skills.

Other tattoo failures eReflect and Ultimate Spelling™ share with their blog readers are “My mom is my angle” and “Regret Nohing.” The owner of the tattoo “Too Cool for Scool” is probably another disappointed individual who is rethinking their attitude towards education, now that their permanent skin decoration has been permanently wrecked by the tattoo artist’s misspelling.

A tattoo laden with misspellings is “Your the pettle petel To my Rose”, which misspelled both “you’re” and “petal.” In fact, petal was misspelled not once, but twice! Lastly, the tattoo reading “Don’t let the past, make your dicisions, for today” contains not only a misspelled “decision” but two unnecessary commas as well.

eReflect has titled their latest blog post, “13 Epic Tattoo Spelling Failures” not because they want to offend tattoo artists (or the people getting tattoos), but instead to bring to the public’s attention the importance of spelling skills. Spelling is not something only young spellers should be concerned with. People can improve spelling skills at any age, and for people whose job requires them to communicate and use language skills daily, above-average spelling skills are essential.

Tattoos are but one illustration of the practical importance of good spelling skills. Language and spelling are definitely things that shouldn't be overlooked in any type of communication, but for people who plan on making that communication a permanent part of their skin, spelling is an essential skill.

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