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Kylie Jenner Stole My Tattoo Idea

Ok, people. Here's the whole truth and nothing but the truth. I have been wanting to get a tattoo my whole life (or at least for the last two years of my life). I knew two things: it had to be something minimalist AND in red ink. These were my two only preferences. Why? Because it wasn't mainstream.

Got my very first tattoo yesterday ? thank you @yandel_angerink

A photo posted by Irina Terehova (@irina_tee) on

Then, in November 2015, I finally got brave enough to head to Angerink tattoo shop Downtown Montreal and complete my mission. I got a "Kabbalah string" tattooed on my left wrist. It's not a "real" Kabbalah string, it's just a thin red line hugging my wrist. But the inspiration was drawn from the traditional red string, obviously.

You wanted to know, so here's the reveal ☺️ New tattoo is a thin red line hugging my wrist, I took inspiration from the Kabbalah string. Hopefully it will bring me good luck, but most of all I love how minimalistic it is ❤️

A photo posted by Irina Terehova (@irina_tee) on

I was so proud of my idea and of the end result. It was original, red ink looked great and I haven't seen anything like it on anyone else...

Until, of course, Kylie Jenner decides to get a minimalist red ink tattoo and rain on my parade. WTF KYLIE! What the actual fuck! I wonder where you got your inspiration from? I'm not saying Kylie stalks me on Instagram, but hey! You never know, you never fucking know... I did get this tattoo done waaaaay before her, just saying.

What's even worse is that now the whole wide world will get red ink tattoos. Great, just great. So here's a new trend, people of the Internet:

grandmothers name in my grandfathers handwriting

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