In fact, Derek Brew Sr., of Alberta, Canada, Spent 30 hours getting a green copy of his son’s birthmark, which covered a significant portion of his chest.
“I know he’s self-conscious about it,” Brew said. “I saw how he behaved. I wanted to do it so that he was not alone.”
Brew got his tattoo on a juicy quill tattoo in Stony Plain, Alberta. Owner Tony Keybert told the CBC he was pleased to help Brew promote Derek.
“I think it’s amazing to comfort your son like that,” Gibert said. “It’s more than your child seeing your name or anything. You really need to change the way he feels about himself.”
However, this process did not take place in the park.
In total, it took about 30 hours in six to eight weeks to complete the tattoo.
“He was through the ropes he was sitting on for it,” Gibert said. “It’s so painful.”
Brew Told the news agency He didn’t really expect it to take so long.
“I felt it was good to do that,” Brew said. “It was a long process to do. I thought it would be like a few hours.”
“I’m glad I don’t know how long this is going to take,” he said.
Regardless, Brew told the CBC the long haul and the pain were worth it.
“Now we have the same marks in life,” he said.
“Infuriatingly humble social media ninja. Devoted travel junkie. Student. Avid internet lover.”