Actor Orlando Bloom Gets His Tattoo Fixed To Account For Missing Dot Bloom wanted his son's name Flynn written out in Morse code, and he shared a photo on Instagram. People on the Internet quickly noted that the name was spelled "Frynn" not Flynn.
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Actor Orlando Bloom Gets His Tattoo Fixed To Account For Missing Dot

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Actor Orlando Bloom Gets His Tattoo Fixed To Account For Missing Dot

Actor Orlando Bloom Gets His Tattoo Fixed To Account For Missing Dot

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RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Actor Orlando Bloom got a new tattoo this month. He shared a photo of it on Instagram. He wanted his son's name, Flynn, written out in Morse code. But people on the Internet quickly noted that the name was actually spelled wrong. Apparently it said Frynn, not Flynn. So his tattoo artist had to correct the L by adding the missing dot, because Morse code. Bloom reposted the photo with the correction. So what's Morse code for oops?

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