This is only a partial reparation for all those “men never ask for directions” complaints from wives.
No hard feelings, bro.
‘I was so close’: Woman gets wrong coordinates for Sedona, Arizona tattooed on body
By Catherine Park, 28 April 2021
Here, “I was so close” means “offshore of Chile”.
A St. Louis woman who was trying to get a spontaneous tattoo of a meaningful location ended up getting the coordinates of a random location tattooed on her body because she did not double-check her conversions.
Not exactly. She didn’t check her spelling. Of coordinates.
Instead of getting the coordinates for downtown Sedona, Arizona, Bri Pritchett, 24, accidentally ended up getting coordinates of a random spot somewhere in the Pacific Ocean off the coast of Chile permanently tattooed on her shoulder.
The thing about those coordinates is that Arizona, being in the Northern hemisphere, should have an “N” instead of a “S” for its latitude.
I’m surprised that’s her only tattoo but then, she’s still young. Her bulging fat hasn’t begun to sag yet. When it does, I predict she’ll get another tattoo to ward off the haters with. With yet another strategic misspelling.
Pritchett and her boyfriend took a trip to Sedona to celebrate getting their COVID-19 vaccines in early April. Pritchett went to school at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff and used to frequent the downtown Sedona area with her college friends.
That’s what made this post happen. The Covidians have elevated getting jabbed into a life event on par with getting married. Last I saw my chiropractor, he had ditched the mask and hand-washing he’d carefully assumed and was practically dancing maskless in his office, having had two weeks after the magical Pfizer jabs. I’ve seen women showing up to the drive-through clinics in sleeveless wedding gowns. It’s freaky as Hell.
Even the bureaucrats SAID it wasn’t a vaccine. No authority pretended otherwise, except they kept using the word “vaccine”. But the Covidians heard what they wanted to hear and like a religious revival, have passed from death to life by the magical rebirth offered by FauciCorp.
“I love Sedona. Loved it,” Pritchett told FOX TV Stations. “I went on hikes near there to have a little break. Sororities and fraternities hung out at a local creek. It was a meaningful place for me and got me through some tough times in college.”
Frat chick is not a virgin.
During the tail end of her trip, Pritchett decided she wanted to commemorate her love for her past college town and get the coordinates of downtown Sedona tattooed on her left shoulder.
“So, I was standing in Sedona and looking around the downtown area, and I dropped a pin in Google maps,” Pritchett said. “My boyfriend and I had talked about it the whole trip and decided to just walk in.”
“We have so many good memories of this place, Mike, let’s get a tattoo to remember what happened here!”
“My name is Chris.”
Pritchett realized that something was off about her tattoo while at work where she is a sensory analyst for Anheuser-Busch.
The ex-sorority fat chick is now a “sensory analyst” for a beer company?
“It was about a week after I got it,” Pritchett said. “I was learning things at work about the regions that hops grow in and I saw a map that said this is where they grow and they had the latitude posted and I realized Arizona was not anywhere near where I got tattooed. I was like, I have to re-Google this, so I was sitting at work and I’m banging my head against a desk because I felt so stupid.”
You know what’s even stupider than that?
While replacing the “S” for an “N” in her tattoo could be a fairly fast fix, Pritchett has decided to keep it.
“I mean, it’s whatever,” Pritchett said. “I think I’m just going to keep it. It’ll be a good story.”
Not all drama is good drama, Madame Inky.