A WOMAN has bemoaned the reaction to her extreme blackout tattoo – claiming that everyone asks the same stupid questions.  

TikTok user Runanyet said she is fed up with silly remarks made by members of the public as she shared their responses online.  

In a clip, the tat enthusiast shows of her right arm that has been completely tattooed in solid black.

She says the inking has caused her nothing but trouble thanks to repetitive comments made by inquisitive passers-by.

On the one hand, tattoos are permanent reminder of something symbolic, but the user says that many onlookers assume her tat is devoid of meaning  

Meanwhile, some allegedly quip about her arm “rotting” while others remark that she wants to be “partially black.”

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Aside from derogatory comments, she also gets asked is her tattoo was painful –  leading some to wonder why anyone would get the inking in the first place.

“I’m not saying all of these questions annoy me, “ Runa said in the comments section.

“It’s more like what I can expect to hear from people most often!”

Blackout tattoos are becoming increasingly popular – with intrigue into the extreme inking on the rise.  

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A blackout tattoo is where a major portion of the tattooed area is fully filled in with solid black ink.

Many suggest that it’s can be done to cover up bad tattoo work or be worked for aesthetic reasons.

Recently tattoo artist, Edgar Licona, posted a video on his TikTok showing a woman receiving a blackout tattoo as users reacted in their droves.

Appearing to criticise the artist, one said: “I'm a Tattoo artist and I see no sense in putting someone through so much pain I always have numbing spray and cream available.”

Many viewers of the clip questioned the decision to get a blackout tattoo: “What is the point of this anyways? Like I love tattoos but why this? Lol” wrote one TikTok user.

Another added: “What's the point of these black out sleeves, anyway? Been seeing quite a few lately.”

“Why don’t you wear black long sleeve then?” asked a third – and yes we agree, that would be quite a bit easier (and cheaper) than getting a blackout tattoo.

Others seemed to worry about what will happen if the woman ends up regretting the tattoo.

“Imagine how it would feel when you want to remove it,” wrote one concerned viewer.

But, she is the far from the only person to go viral due to a strange tattoo.

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Last week, a high profile Muay Thai fighter was mocked for his new inking after people claimed it was misspelt. 

Plus, a man has told how he has been left with a terrible tattoo after he decided to get an inspirational inking across his arm.

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