Girl Gets Boyfriend's Face Tattoo instead of Turtle, Gets Dumped
Sara Hartley and Austin Knill: A Valentine's gift from a newly together couple goes from "well, that's kind of sweet" to f&cking insane turns out to be a hoax from Austin Knill and Cameron Kennis.
'Sara Hartley' posted a photo on Facebook of her boyfriend's face tattooed on her bicep as present to her new boyfriend, and when I say new, I'm talking they've been together a week. Originally, her boyfriend Austin had designed and paid for her to have a tattoo of a winged "tourtoise".
Although a couple of 'her' "friends" thought it was sweet and devoting, Austin didn't think so. In fact, he thought she was insane.
Knill and Kennis explain 'Sara's' friends were created as well, using anagrams. Maria Giny = Imaginary, Carol Tifiling = Fictional girl.
Instead of realizing maybe what she did was a little rushed, Sara assumed Austin was seeing another woman. As crazy and needy as she seems to be (just from what you can see in the thread), he breaks it to her even:"You need someone devoted to you as much as you are to them".
Then, it dons on Sara. "What am I supposed to do now? I've got your face tattooed on your arm." Well, Sara. This is one of those moments where the whole "think twice" thing comes a bit too late in the game.
"Give him angry eyebrows or something."
When Sarah posts this youtube video of Adele's Rolling in the Deep, Austin comes back with "Not sure Adele is a psychotic megalomaniac, but I can see how the situations compare."
EL OH EL, Austin.
To make things funnier, both of their friends get in on this. Sara's friends are trying to support her (she's either got the best friends in the world or the dumbest), and Austin's friends are just making fun of her.
"My children's children will be hearing about this."
But they don't stop there, someone pulls out a 'Y U NO' meme generator and posts a picture of "Y U NO CHANGE YOUR RELATIONSHIP STATUS, SARA?"
If you don't smell Troll with a capital 'T' there, you don't have a nose.
The prank started out to just fool their friends, making them believe one of them had started dating someone completely insane, but when the photo ended up on Use.com, Knill stopped the hoax.
As for the tattoo itself, Knill explained that it was created using a stock photo from the Internet and edited on Photoshop. When asked how the thread made the leap from his circle of friends to use.com, Knill told Openfile, “I didn't make that post,” he explains, “someone else cropped the conversation together and went to the trouble of blacking out the names to protect our anonymity. Anyway word got out so I just decided to run with it.”
Knill says he didn't start this for his 15-minutes of internet fame, and he's convinced that it won't last long. He's just glad he could share some laughs.