A man had decided to have a six pack tattooed on his torso, in order to avoid having to go to the gym or get himself on a decent diet.
Personally, I've decided to live by the credence 'live fat, die young,' because I can't be bothered getting up and going to the gym, and I've no idea what to do when I do get there, and pizza tastes better than salad.
It's certainly not the healthiest route, although possibly safer if your spotter refuses to help you, but if you choose to take it there is still a way to have a six pack, kind of.
One lad decided that rather than live a healthier lifestyle in order to achieve the desired effects he would just sit in an artists chair for two days and get inked up, as you can see in the video below.
The artwork was done by Manchester tattooist Dean Gunther, who relished the chance to do a better go of it than other previous attempts he'd seen which were disappointing.
"He always wanted to have a six-pack but he's not too keen on going to the gym or doing a diet," Dean said, in a statement that is the most relatable I've ever read.
"So, he decided that by getting a six-pack tattoo, he will always look summer ready while still being able to enjoy beer and good food.
"I was excited to do this tattoo because I've seen someone do it before, but it didn't look realistic, and it was basic black outlines. So, I decided to take on this challenge and do it completely differently. It's been one of my most unusual requests, but I am all for it."
Certainly it's a rather unconventional way of getting yourself ripped but have to respect that absolute dedication to avoiding going to the gym.
It isn't the only 'interesting' piece of ink work we've seen on someone's torso though, with one fan in Brazil finding a unique way to save money on buying replica kits.
Flamengo fan Mauricio dos Anjos proved his love for his side by getting the team's home kit tattooed on his entire body, front and back!
It took him 32 sessions spanning 90 hours to get the whole thing completed, after finding out that it wouldn't cost him that much, as the artist was happy for the exposure.
Whilst Mauricio and the six-pack guy got what they wanted, some have questioned if Arsenal star Emile Smith Rowe was as lucky with his tattoo.
The young forward has a clock on his arm that appears to go up to the number 13, with fans questioning his design choice, even if the number is important to him.
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