Her tattoo was supposed to be beautiful - literally, with the word inked into her arm. But it turned out to be anything but for Nova Scotia resident Amy Ullock - in fact, it turned out to be "beatiful."
Ullock's misfortune began with the tattoo request which was typed onto a computer, shown to her and stenciled on her, according to CNN affiliate CBC. When she finally got a look, that's when she noticed there was a letter missing in the tattoo. It led to a fight in the store and eventually landed her and the tattoo artist in small claims court.
On Thursday, Amy Ullock got her answer from a judge on who was responsible in the form of that same missing letter - You, adding people having nobody else to blame if they don't catch the error.
The judge ruled Ullock was an "author of her own misfortune" and denied her restitution.
Ullock isn't the first to end up with messed up ink (even Heroes star Hayden Penatierre suffered the same fate). And a quick Google search shows a variety of unfortunate tats including: one that would be extreme, if only they'd spelled it that way.
The other takeaway? There are slew of tattoos out there with the word tomorrow spelled out in a variety of incorrect ways. Perhaps spell-check has its downsides after all.