Sadie Sellers, 79, went missing from her senior center and caused a major panic. No one knew where she was or what she was doing. The search for Sellers began when her son, Tony, showed up to visit her.
As all sorts of theories as to where she could be emerged, but it was finally discovered that her granddaughter Samantha, 22, took her to a tattoo parlor. The duo decided that they were going to both get tattoos to celebrate life and freewill.
When Sellers and her granddaughter were finally located, Tony was shocked to find out his mom was getting the following tattoo.
The incident sparked the media’s interest, and grandma was asked by the Mercury Press (in the video below) what her family thought of her decision to get inked. Her response is priceless.
“I don’t f—ing care!” she responded.
Studio Seventy-Six, the tattoo parlor she chose, reported that younger clients fell in love with Sellers and her sass.
When asked if the procedure hurt, Sellers said she “never felt a thing.” She went further to say that she wished it was more painful.
“When you get to my age, you just have to live life to the fullest every day. I was talking about it with Samantha for a couple weeks and she showed me hers (her tattoo). She came in one day after her holiday and I just thought, ‘Well I’ll get one too.'”
Tony was absolutely shocked when he saw his mother sitting in a chair with her shirtsleeve pulled up.
“I went in and all I saw was three big lads in their 20s covered in tattoos, and there in the middle was mum getting one herself. She was laughing and giggling the whole time.”