When you get a tattoo that ends up being really trendy, a cover-up is a good way to deal with it. Unfortunately, if your tattoo is so cool that it ends up starting a whole new trend, you might end up in the same boat twice.
Whether it's your mistake (you wrote "belive" on a piece of paper) or it's the artist's mistake (you wrote "believe," they wrote "belive"), someone screwed up. Luckily the answer to a great deal of life's most pressing problems is "butterfly."
Sometimes you think you're going to love a woman forever, but then you realize you were wrong and what you really meant was that you were going to love The Simpsons forever. Good thing it's a really easy conversion.
This woman not only sat through many hours under a needle, she's done it twice. For most people, it wouldn't matter if the original was a giant tattoo full of all of their exes' names plus Chinese lettering plus barbed wire. Most people would have been like, "It's fine."
A lot of people don't get tattoos because they don't think they can pick something they'll like for the rest of their life. Then you see a cover-up this good and you think, "There are no bad tattoo choices."