Open Post: Hosted By The Man In England Who Got Abs Tattooed Onto His Stomach
Long gone are the days when winter and spring mean putting your summer body on layaway by spending countless hours in the gym. Who has time for that when there are delicious carbs to be eaten and thousands of different beers to consume? This is most certainly the thought process of one man who reached out to Manchester-based tattoo artist Dean Gunther asking to have a set of ripped abdominal muscles immortalized onto his pale, fluffy tummy to avoid the responsibility of health and fitness. And of course, Dean was happy to take his money and mar his skin for the rest of his life.
The Daily Mail reports Dean documented the entire process from start to finish, and this is probably one of the saddest things I’ve ever seen. Because those abs are going to start looking real 3D in a few years when the guy who paid for this realizes bellies extend after copious amounts of unnecessary calories.
Pictures show Dean carefully marking his customer’s body with intricate muscly lines before tattooing the burly muscles onto his stomach.
Dean said: ‘He always wanted to have a six-pack but he’s not too keen on going to the gym or doing a diet.
‘So, he decided that by getting a six-pack tattoo, he will always look summer ready while still being able to enjoy beer and good food.
‘I was excited to do this tattoo because I’ve seen someone do it before, but it didn’t look realistic, and it was basic black outlines.
‘So, I decided to take on this challenge and do it completely differently.
‘It’s been one of my most unusual requests, but I am all for it.’
Great job, Dean! But really, what in the entire anime hell is this mess? Sir, it is not going to end well for you once you remove your shirt and your man tits happily sag over your deep fake abs. And also, to quote anyone who chooses to see you shirtless in the near future, why don’t the skin tones match? I would say this is an epic failure, but it’s not. Because anyone who comes close to this will gladly go running to the gym so as not to make the same mistake you did.