Man Ask Ladies to “Watch Out” After Getting Startlingly Real Six-Pack Abs Tattooed on His Stomach | “Funny as Hell”
There are no shortcuts in life. For good health, you must give up on junk and for a chiseled physique, lifting weights is necessary. But we must admit, it's not easy to maintain consistency. Most people call it quits much before the results begin to show. Similarly, this man grew tired of going to the gym and went to a tattooist instead to get the desired result.
It seems like a tattoo is the answer to almost everything. This man who gave up on exercise and diet control got rock-hard six-packs abs inked by a tattoo artist. Dean Gunther, the artist behind the unusual art shared his story in a short video clip on TikTok. The video text overlay explained that a customer demanded a toned stomach after years of failed workouts.
The video went viral with 1.6 million views, over 50K likes and thousands of comments. The customer who couldn't see the gains after years of labor at the gym turned to Gunther for help. Gunther is a traveling tattoo artist from South Africa, currently residing in Manchester.
The customer sought help from Gunther and together they conceptualized a series of sculpted abs for the man's stomach and the result of fake abs was ironically real as hell. The tattoo artist, Gunther spoke to The Sun and said, "I had seen really bad ones attempted before. Because I specialize in color realism, I wanted to give it a go." He added, "I thought it would be funny as hell." Well, funny but impressive, too. TikTok users couldn't believe their eyes and felt amazed at the brilliantly realistic art. A TikTok user, @upshotx asked, "Please tell me this is a joke." LOL! Another user, @robshreds declared, "The detail in the tattoo is amazing! I'll give you that but he's definitely going to regret that."
@harlemnutter questioned, "Is he planning to get a really good tan in the near future?" Well, we can think of the prospects of getting a six-pack tanned, haha! Another TikTok user, @kinky_ninja both appreciated and criticized, "Great work but that's some commitment to a joke."
As impressive as the tattoo looked, we reckon it was "hard on the stomach." The detailing of the tattoo proves how painful the process must have been. Gunther admitted, "The client nearly quit one hour into it on the first day, but we got there." It is obvious. The tattoo artist also shared that he didn't charge a penny from his client as it was more of a "passion project" for him.
In a similar story, a woman who is obsessed with altering her body with tattoos and piercings once paid US $5125.82 to have her teeth filed down so she could have white gold fangs fitted, per The Mirror. Amber Luke had a traditional look with long blonde hair which she complimented with makeup before she turned into a body modification addict.