This YouTuber Tells Tattoo Shaming Trolls To GTFO And It’s Amazing
22 August 2016, 12:47 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
Anyone with tattoos will relate to this rant about tattoo shaming.
Even though tattoos are hugely popular and still on the rise, people can still be super judge-y about tattoos. For some they're still considered a little taboo, which is kinda LOLz in 2016. Get with the times Grandma, jeez.
But could there be anything more heart crushing and mean than getting your first tattoo, being super happy about it, only for someone to trash it straight away?
Popular gaming YouTuber JackSepticEye knows this struggle all to well and he crafted the perfect clapback to haters before they even got a chance to swipe at him.
In his latest video, the appropriately titled 'I Got A Tattoo', the green haired Irish vlogger got super hyped about his first tattoo. He's literally beaming from cheek to cheek (and talks very fast and loudly) about his new Bloodborne-inspired tattoo. But after some footage of him getting the tattoo, he warned people against leaving any hate in the comments. Watch the video below:
Jack says, "I know a lot of people in the comments are gonna be like, 'Jack are you sure about having that on your body FOREVER?' And yes, most people who get tattoos KNOW what they are getting themselves in for. You don't need to lecture them all the time. And you don't need to project your thoughts of what a tattoo is onto somebody else. If somebody gets a tattoo and they're happy with it, let them be.'
We 100% agree with Jack on this. What people do with their bodies is literally nobody else's business. It’s the person that is getting the tat that has to live with it for the rest of their life, not you. They're not getting it done for anybody else but themselves and so it's only their opinion that matters.
You could pretty much apply this to piercings, hair dye, or just, y'know, anything fun. People like to comment and judge but it's actually really tiring and petty. Just let people live ya'll!
Have you had people insult your tattoos? Share you stories in the comments!