17 July 2020

National Tattoo Day

Short of LGBT rights and abortion, I've found no topic quite as polarizing as tattoos.

There's even slurs for each camp!

As a dirty inky, I celebrate today.

6 comments:

  1. I don't really have anything against tattoos. But I have none. Mainly because I can't commit to something that permanent.

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  2. I don't want them but don't much mind them. And it's always amusing for me to see someone with Sino-Japanese characters (what the Japanese call "kanji" tattooed on them...and it's obvious that the person doing the tattoo had N-O idea of how those characters work. Kind of like seeing something written in "English" by someone totally ignorant of the language who doesn't know the difference between upper-case and lower-case letters, can't really spell, and doesn't know what the words mean anyway.

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    1. I've kind wanted a tat in Chinese that says, "I don't speak Chinese."

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    2. I could write the characters out for you, but you'd be better off getting a real Chinese person who's literate in Chinese and can handle a writing brush for the calligraphy. Chinese calligraphy is an art in itself.

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    3. Even more fun would be, "This is not Chinese" in Japanese.

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    4. All your base are belong to us.

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