You say "potato," I say "potattoo."

A Nova Scotia court has ruled dismissed a lawsuit filed by a Dartmouth woman, saying that because Amy Ullock failed to correct a spelling mistake in a tattoo she wanted on her arm she is responsible for the error, reports CBC News. 

As I write this, the story has prompted 250 comments. It would be fair to say that many of the commenters would have their claims against the tattoo parlour similarly dismissed.

pismo t clam:
caveat imptor
That is to funny!!!
Could be worse. She could have wanted "I am imortal" and they dropped the "t"...
I think the court should tell the guy who applied tatoo to his customer to go back to School to Learn how to spell.
Take English lesson Before you open the shop.
Sentient Human (disagreeing with an earlier comment):
Au contrare...Stupid is everywhere!
Somehow, I suspect that bit of tattoed text "You're so Beautiful" says much about the mentality of it's recepient.
I am surprised that either the person getting the tatoo or the tattoo"artist" ever realized the mistake.
Spelling is not a big thing with people who would do either!
sounds like she is pretty hung up on herself-to bad she can't spell
If she doesn't want to take the time to make sure what she is paying for is what she wants then its her own fault. If the artist showed her the stencil it was up to her to say weather or not that was what she wanted.

And everyone else* spelled it tatoo.

* Okay, not everyone.

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