I got my boyfriend's initials tattooed on my inner lip – he broke up with me a week laterNovember 22, 2021
A WOMAN has revealed how she got her ex’s name tattooed on the inside of her mouth but was dumped a week later when she discovered he had cheated on her.
At the beginning of a relationship, it always seems like the romance will last forever – but nothing is more permanent than an inking on the skin.
For Kazumi, 24, one such declaration of love has resulted in years of regret.
“I got the tattoo about a month before our one-year anniversary,” Kazumi, not her real name, told Jam Press.
“My boyfriend was very surprised. At the time I’m not so sure if he was happy to see it but I was too loved up to really notice.
“Unfortunately, about a week later I found out he’d slept with his co-worker when she messaged me confessing everything.
“Needless to say I saw red and was furious. I felt extremely betrayed and blind-sighted.
“The annoying thing was that I wanted to have an open relationship so I had no problem with him sleeping with other women – just as long as it was communicated with me.”
The model, who earns a fortune selling raunchy content on OnlyFans and shares her sexy escapades on Instagram, has spent years regretting her tribute to her cheating ex.
She said: “At the time, my friends and I all thought it [the tattoo] was awesome.
“Me and my ex had a very tumultuous relationship; on the outside, we seemed like the perfect couple. I just thought we were fiery and passionate.
“I spent ages deciding what to get as a tribute to him.
“At first I thought about getting his astrological sign or maybe his initials but my friend got her boyfriend's full name so I figured I’d do the same to prove how confident I was in our relationship.”
Getting the inking done was also "so painful" for the model, who reveals the placement of the tattoo inside her mouth meant that she bled a lot.
She said: “Because it’s inside my mouth I kept producing a lot of spit so the tattooist had to keep dabbing me as I dribbled everywhere.
“It was very uncomfortable and so painful.”
Not long after showing her boyfriend the tattoo, Kamzumi says he started working longer hours and avoiding her calls.
She said: “I’m very open.
"I’ve always been a swinger and polyamorous – I believe sharing is caring – but he wasn’t really up for it.
“We would have months of monogamy and then have a few stints where we would try being in an open relationship, depending on what we needed at the time.
“However, he was always a fervent believer that he wanted to be monogamous so really I was polyamorous only in title.
“Then he started working longer and longer hours and sharing less and less about his days.
"We were living together, so things got hard.”
One night while her boyfriend was at a work party, the model became concerned when he stopped answering his phone.
She said: “I was really worried that he might have got wasted and passed out somewhere so I checked his location and realized he was at his co-worker’s apartment.
“The next day he was acting so cold and when I called him out he said I was acting crazy and that she had just let him sleep on the sofa after drinking too much.
“Then he dropped the bomb that he wanted me out of the house because he’d suddenly fallen out of love with me.
“Days later she sent me a message confessing they’d slept together.
"We split up properly then and there."
Sadly, this isn't the only time the model has been betrayed as she explains another "toxic ex" also cheated on her.
Three years later and Kazumi still has the tattoo as a reminder of her ex and is now considering getting it changed to something else – and she has a special word in mind.
She added: “It’s been a few years and unfortunately it hasn’t faded much.
"I think I’d like to change it to TOILET instead, much classier and less stupid, in a way.”
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