Woman Loves Pot Noodles So Much She Got A Tattoo Of It
Not for 19-year-old Georgia from Leicestershire. Her biggest tattoo regret involves, er, pot noodles.
Appearing on Channel 4's Tattoo Fixers to have her noodle-based tat covered up with something "a little bit more sensible", Georgia confessed that she "instantly regretted" her decision.
"I've got a tattoo about something that I really used to love but it's really embarrassing now," the Leicestershire lass told show hosts Sketch and Alice.
"Last year I went on holiday to Magaluf with a couple of friends. We went out every night drinking and on the last night we all decided to get a tattoo."
Georgia's mates opted to get tats of their boyfriend's initials, but Georgia had a different kind of love on her mind.
"I wracked my brains trying to find out what I could get tattooed and the it hit me - Pot Noodle."
Talking about her obsession with quick-cook noodles, Georgia said: "Everything about them is incredible.
"Succulent noodles, the lovely little pieces of meat and veg, that little packet of magic sauce, it's a combo made in culinary heaven...
"I've been known to eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner!"
But once the tattoo was finished, it wasn't long before the Leicestershire girl was full of regret.
"Even though my love of Pot Noodle still stands, I just don't love this tattoo anymore," she said.
"Every time I'm out my friends will tell people and it gets embarrassing.
"I think I need it replaced with something a little bit more sensible."
Tattoo Fixers expert artists covered up Georgia snack-tat with a beautiful custom symbol of mandala tattoo, completely concealing the original text.
With fine lines, dot details and lotus flower petals, the final design brought an ecstatic Georgia to tears, who branded it "wicked".
And in other tattoo news, check out Tyla's favourite classy pet tattoos.
They won't leave you with the regret of a spontaneous pot noodle tat...
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