Really? You got a joke motivational quote from a Will Ferrell movie tattooed on your chest? Do you at least know that it's a joke? Is this supposed to be "ironic"? Surely the misspellings are not on purpose.
Submitter says: "I wrote up this quote for my tattoo artist with the word appear spelled properly and told him to size it in a way that it would look decent. As soon as he finished the tat, I realized my grave mistake in not really proofreading before he put it on me. Not to worry though, I already have an idea to embrace my fail and make it humorous at the same time."
Let's start with the obvious... "overweight" would be spelled without the "t," if it wasn't the wrong word entirely. Surely you meant "outweigh." Next, why is "Will" capitalized? You are obviously not referring to a person. Did you make sure to cross all of your Ts? No you did not. And lastly, in what world does this expression make sense? The ability to die "overweights" us all eventually. It would make much more sense if "always" was replaced with "never," so basically the opposite of the meaning here. I won't even waste time discussing the horrid flower which, according to this expression, will never die.