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Hayden Needs to Fire Her Translator or Spell Checker

Hayden may be enjoying life with no laments, but I'm wondering if she's beginning to rue her tattoo? Seems the cursive script is meant to read "live without regrets" in Italian but, as HuffPo points out, instead of "Vivere senza rimpianti," closer inspection proves it reads "Vivere senza rimipianti" with an extra "i."

All of you planning to ink up, let her be a lesson to you: it's permanent, and the one with the gun needs to be on board with the proper spelling. (See also: Chi-Tonw tattoos). Guess she couldn't see her back while it was happening, but imagine how angry I'd be with "I love Robert Pattenson" on my arm! Not that I'm planning on it . . .

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aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
That stinks :(
Coquiteen Coquiteen 8 years
lame lol
LittleMzFit LittleMzFit 8 years
turning my laptop sideways.....
jenniferg jenniferg 8 years
Isn´t she like supposed to be Italian? Shouldn´t she know this shit? Anyhow, as several have mentioned before, the tattoo artist begins by "stamping" the design on your skin in reglular ink, gets your approval on it, and then he starts with the needle and the permanent ink, not before, so it couldn´t have been the tatto artist´s fault...dumb Hollywood starlet...
dragonlady920 dragonlady920 8 years
Ooh, that is ironic! It's a lovely sentiment, though. But oy vey! (Reminds me of this one episode of My Wife and Kids that I saw a few years ago... "Do you speak Chinese? Do you read Chinese? Then how do you know that [tattoo] doesn't say 'spicy tuna roll'?!?") Not crazy about the placement, either.
poptart-princess poptart-princess 8 years
what great irony.
emalove emalove 8 years
LOL...yeah, she'll totally regret this tattoo later on in life.
sldc sldc 8 years
1. She looks mighty haggard in that photo. 2. She is a poseur, so the tattoo is befitting.
lemuse20 lemuse20 8 years
Well, the bright side is at least she doesn't have to worry about her tattoo being unoriginal
poptart-princess poptart-princess 8 years
that has to suck big time.
totygoliguez totygoliguez 8 years
nygruyl I agree with you, I have been debating for years whether getting a tattoo or not, but things like this and the fact that is FOREVER make my think twice about it. In Hayden's case is pretty embarrassing because she is suppose to be Italian, it makes her look bad.
Noggy Noggy 8 years
Absolutely not the sexiest of tats I've seen in my lifetme...and you'll have people turning sideways to read your tat. Should have given that one more thought Panettiere!
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 8 years
if i were to get a tat i would make sure i have it spelled right and i would have the artist spell it out a few times just to make sure they have it right. also like RockandRepu said they first draw it on you to make sure you approve, they don't just start.
RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 8 years
Only dumba$$es don't double check something that will be on your body forever. Are you kidding? Before the artist starts drawing on you, they put a sticker imprint on your skin of what you want(presumably when you bring it in or when you look through their books). They don't just go nuts with the needle.
nygurl nygurl 8 years
agree, retrodoll - i'm sure she'll regret the tattoo. misspelling and all. see, this is one of the reasons why i've never been able to go through with getting one. i've thought about it for years but mishaps like this makes me chicken out every time!
ModernGraceKelly ModernGraceKelly 8 years
She's just a baby.. I think she's going to regret that one.
Renees3 Renees3 8 years
pink peony I have a similar tattoo, in latin it says Love Conquers All. I would like to point out that tattoo artists have made mistake before so it might not just have been her fault. Also it IS important to double check things. I have japanese kanji on me and I double checked quite a few different sources to be sure I knew what I was getting. Never just trust the tattoo parlors books.
esmerb esmerb 8 years
I'm wondering if she had it misspelled on purpose cause of the message...
dd-sugar dd-sugar 8 years
How embarrassing! No tats yet, maybe never!
pinkpeonygirl pinkpeonygirl 8 years
That's silly, but I guess it happens. When I had my Latin phrase tattooed I double checked myself, no way that I would trust a stranger with a needle gun in his hands ... It reads "amor est vitae essentia", love is the essence of life.
JessNess JessNess 8 years
I have been wanting to get a tattoo in Greek but if it happens I already have planned to ask several Greek language experts and do my own research on the proper spelling and grammar
kty kty 8 years
those mistakes do happen quite a lot especially when it's done in a different language...
Allytta Allytta 8 years
i bet she gave the spelling to the artist herself. she is italian and quite smart - and sure likes to think so of herself, so she probably though she knew italian well enough. anyway, it's a pity, but at least now it's very original. but I like Megan Fox tatoos on her ribs so much better, i'd like to get something like that. i just have no idea what words to put there.
AmandaG AmandaG 8 years
These sort of things happen more often than people would like to admit. I had a friend that got what she thought was japanese for lucky kitty, but in act it read "lucky ________"(something rather naughty) on the back of her neck.
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