klewlis wrote:What think ye?
mingshey wrote:But, well, I think the phrase is a secret code of gnostic idea. To say, the rephrasing of Ex 3:14, "I am that I am"
Be careful! You'll be planning the next one before this one has healed.
Also, there will be a few months of sudden shock when around mirrors, as your brain comes to terms with this change in the body. Especially early in the morning (for me at least) I sometimes had a "oh my god what is that get it off!" moments a second or two before I remembered I'd gotten a tattoo there. :)
I love when tattoo art moved away from outlining everything. The resist ichthys is a nice approach to that image.
klewlis wrote:It was Johnny's idea to invert the fish, and I like it a lot that way.
mingshey wrote:I've seen a girl with a tattoo on her upper arm. It was a big chinese letter that means "woman".
Lex wrote:Likewise, another woman got a tattoo on her stomach which, unbeknownst to her, said "Insert Kung Pao chicken here". She didn't realize what it said until one day when she wore a midriff shirt into a Chinese restaurant.
annis wrote:Lex wrote:Likewise, another woman got a tattoo on her stomach which, unbeknownst to her, said "Insert Kung Pao chicken here". She didn't realize what it said until one day when she wore a midriff shirt into a Chinese restaurant.
As much as I would love for this story to be true, the news story that made this famous is a hoax.
http://www.snopes.com/inboxer/hoaxes/roundup.asp and http://www.snopes.com/risque/hookers/medal.htm
klewlis wrote:fortunately, I'm quite sure about mine.
klewlis wrote:It bugs me when people get tattoos in other languages because they just think it looks cool and have no idea about the language at all. Especially when they end up with "typos" and have no idea that anything's wrong. The least you can do is make sure you have it right, since it's PERMANENT. geez.
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