Orlando Bloom, fiancé of Katy Perry and the sexiest pirate from the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise (don’t argue; that’s a fact), seems to have had a bit of a misstep at the tattoo parlor.
Bloom, who coparents his nine-year-old child, Flynn, with ex-wife Miranda Kerr, took to Instagram to share his new tattoo: a sweet ode to his son. But then fans noticed something was off. The very cool, hella-trendy tat by artist Balazs Bercsenyi was supposed to spell out his son’s name in Morse code, but it…doesn’t. Before we get into what went wrong, I have some questions. What’s with this Morse code renaissance? Is Bloom a member of the #BongHive? The power that Parasite has….
Anyway, back to the ink in question. On February 12, Bloom shared an artsy black-and-white shot of the sleek line tattoo with the caption, “New #tattoo can you guess who?”
If you guess “Frynn,” you're probably good at reading Morse code, like some of Bloom’s fans on the ’gram. “If the Morse code is supposed to spell out Flynn then there is a mistake,” one commenter wrote. Apparently there’s a crucial dot missing. Who else is getting major flashbacks to the time Ariana Grande accidentally got “BBQ grill” tattooed on her palm in Japanese? Fixing that error required a removal procedure, even more ink, and some lidocaine shots for the pain. Ouch.
Fortunately, Orlando Bloom and Balazs Bercsenyi are well aware of the mistake and are going to fix it. Even better, unlike Grande’s mishap, it seems Bloom’s typo will take only a small amount of effort to rectify. “A beautiful reminder for @orlandobloom of his son,” Bercsenyi wrote in his own caption of the same picture. “Yes, a dot is missing, we know, it will be fixed :).”
All’s well that ends well, I guess. In the immortal words of that one guy’s chest tattoo in We’re the Millers, “NO RAGRETS.”
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