Gone are the days of giving your partner flowers or giving them a hug to show them your love – it seems it’s now all about bold, permanent statements.
Georgia, from Doncaster, shared a video of herself getting her boyfriend’s name tattooed on her forehead, just days after influencer Ana Snanskovsky went viral for doing the same thing.
The TikToker appears to be poking fun at the recent face tattoo trend, started by the Polish influencer, as she quickly admitted it was a prank.
Georgia (@__ge0rgiaaa__ on TikTok)’s video was captioned, “Our love is forever, so why shouldn’t my tattoo be.”
Her TikTok was viewed by more than 2.2 million people in less than two days, with commenters who thought it was real warning: “A girl who will be with you for the rest of your life.”
Georgia’s video (@__ge0rgiaaa__ on TikTok) is captioned “Our love is forever, so why shouldn’t my tattoo be”
In the clip, the apprentice tattoo artist was seen getting the name ‘Dale’ carved onto his head in large letters, before pretending to have it permanently inked.
Georgia was grinning from ear to ear at the end result, with Justin Bieber’s “Boyfriend” playing in the background.
She filmed herself looking in the mirror, showing off her controversial new ‘tattoo’ to her followers.
However, as with Ana’s ‘tattoo’, named after her boyfriend Kevin, viewers weren’t convinced and their suspicions were confirmed when she later admitted it was a joke.
The first comment, with over 950 likes, reads: “Well ok, I had 1 question. Where is the redness in the tattoo?”
Others joked “no one will talk about it being backwards” and “Please say psyche”.
One commenter wrote, “the kind of commitment I want,” while another said, “Yeah, I’ve been married for 25 years and I wouldn’t have my wife’s name on my forehead lol.”
After the video gained attention, Georgia made a follow-up video, in which she covered audio from SpongeBob: “They were fake… of course they were fake!”
In the clip, the apprentice tattoo artist is seen having the name ‘Dale’ carved onto his head in large letters, before pretending to have it permanently inked.
The influencer told viewers: “Everyone tells me I’m going to regret this and every time I look in the mirror I’m just in love.”
Even though the apprentice tattoo artist admitted it was a joke, Ana Snanskovsky remains adamant his ink is real.
She recently made a follow-up video to “prove” its authenticity.
This comes after she was flooded with comments saying her new ink is a prank and there’s “no way” it’s real.
The TikToker who currently lives in Bali shocked her 587,000 TikTok followers when she posted a video earlier this week to reveal her bold new inking dedicated to her influencer boyfriend, Kevin Freshwater.
Now, in her latest video titled “Let’s Prove It’s Real,” she wrote on the screen: “I’m going to try to wipe it.” Let’s see what will happen.
She told viewers: “I’m sick of hearing everyone say my tattoo is fake. Why should I do it?’
However, the video stopped before she wiped it off or even removed the plastic, prompting even more commenters to claim it was a big prank.
One user wrote: “No one with a new tattoo is about to wipe it off with a tissue. »
Others highlighted the fact that there was “no redness or swelling”, while one claimed he could see it “smudging”, and another said it s It was a “permanent marker”.