This man thought he was getting a sentimental tattoo as Gaeilge but got something very different 2 years ago

This man thought he was getting a sentimental tattoo as Gaeilge but got something very different

Always triple check what your tattoo actually means.

For years, one of the most popular tattoos was a meaningful word or phrase in Chinese. Of course, there is always a chance that although you think you're getting 'love' written, it actually says 'poop' or something along those lines.

While the Irish are big fans of Asian lettering for their ink, others outside of Ireland like to get something as Gaeilge.

Irish is a beautiful language and there are plenty of sentimental phrases and words that can be etched onto the skin forever.

This man's tattoo is not one of them.

The tattoo which was shared on Imgur was originally posted on Facebook by a man who said:

'My new unfinished piece of back art, it says in gaelic ''you will forever be in my heart''.

We wonder if any of those five comments below the picture is someone telling him what it really means?

For any non-Irish speakers out there, the tattoo asks the popular question 'can I got to the toilet?'