- A picture of a woman presumably named Melissa posing next to a tattoo of her name and face on her boyfriend's back has been making its way around the internet
- Many locals have taken it upon themselves to share their thoughts on the extreme gesture of love and romance
- While some ladies thought it to be absolutely romantic, most gents were completely against doing such things for their girlfriends
Imagine tattooing both a picture and the name of your bae on any part of your body? For many of us, it's definitely a no, but for one man who is obviously absolutely smitten with his girlfriend, it's a reality.
Over the last few days, a picture of a woman who is presumably called Melissa posing next to a tattoo of her face and name tatted largely on her boyfriend's back has been making its rounds all over Mzansi internet.
"Ayi some gents though," Twitter user @SmokezBeastly captioned the picture which he uploaded on to his personal page recently.
Naturally, locals had a lot to say about the extreme way the young man was willing to go to show his lady just how much he loves and adores her. Many were completely against it, while others thought it was actually a little sweet.
Read a few of their comments below:
"She marked her territory."
"Fools! They get dumped and then need to skuurpot themselves"
"It will end in tears."
"God why they don't write your name at least"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Most people have no limits when it comes to love. Proving to your partner just how committed you are to them can be done in many ways - a tattoo of their name on your body is one of them. @Hybreed_ recently took to Twitter to share his thoughts on men who make what some may call a "drastic" decision.
His post, which was captioned, "Gents we're losing again," also included a number of pictures of men who decided to go all out and get their bae's names and even faces inked on their body's in a bid to prove their undying love.
The post resulted in a discussion around making the decision to get your person's name tatted on your skin. Many Mzansians seemed to think it was bizarre, heading to the comment section to laugh at those who were brave enough to do it.
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