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Lots of people like a cheeky Greggs now and then, but only a dedicated few are willing to declare their love of the high street baker permanently.
Greggs superfan Beth Kweeday asked a mate at the tattoo studio where she works to ink a vegan sausage roll on her leg.
The 23-year-old tattoo apprentice who visits the bakery several times a day is particularly fond of their vegan sausage rolls.
Her artwork was carried out by colleague Rachel Baldwin, 35, who jokingly suggested she give Beth the tattoo after noticing her lunch habits.
The pair, who work together at Bold as Brass tattoo studio in Liverpool, designed it together, before Rachel tattooed vegetarian Beth on October 21.
Now in the healing process, Beth said she "couldn’t be happier" with the outcome of her latest ink.
Beth said: "All my colleagues in the tattoo shop have a running joke about how often I buy food from Greggs.
"When Rachel suggested the tattoo, I was on board straight away – a lot of my tattoos are quite serious so it’s good to have a jokey one too.
"I definitely wouldn’t say no to another Greggs tattoo – it's opened a door for me now.
"It’s safe to say I’m a Greggs superfan!"
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Rachel, who spent an hour inking the pastry on Beth’s leg, said: "The tattoo idea came about because Beth goes to Greggs around five times every day.
"She loves all the vegan options they have so I suggested we solidify her love."
Another pastry fanatic chose to show her love of the brand with a Greggs logo tattoo – in a very intimate spot.
Caitlin Jones from Paisley in Scotland was devastated after the pandemic forced her local branch to shut.
So the 20-year-old sausage roll addict had the company’s iconic blue and yellow logo permanently etched on her bum.
"I'm obsessed with Greggs and I've always loved their sausage rolls.
"Before lockdown, I used to get one nearly every day so I was absolutely gutted when they closed," she said.
"I was more bothered about Greggs reopening than the pubs so I decided when the tattoo parlours re-opened that I was going to get something to share my love for them."
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