Monday, June 14, 2010

5 PRIMO CHINESE LETTERS TO TATTOO ON YOUR ASS


Next time you get high (off some illicit substance) and wander into your neighborhood tattoo parlor, keep this post in mind. Oh, and also remember that my post title is wrong. These are technically Chinese symbols, not letters. But hey, I’m an evil, bloated, materialistic Westerner (and New Yorker) – what do I know. Onto the tatts...















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7 comments:

  1. i know this sounds rude, but i feel like going this route isn't very creative. most of my friends have something like that too. hope i don't piss off all of your followers.

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  2. No tats for me.....I'm anti-pain!

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  3. Mine would be the last one.

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  4. My nephew is taking Chinese at college. If I decide to go the Chinese writing route for a tattoo I'm going to ask him to give me the translation for something absurd like 'no olives clown boy'.

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  5. "no olives clown boy!" haaaaa!
    yeah, i got my mom's name in japanese when i was 17.
    i got taylor's name in japanese down my ribs.
    then i got a huge koi fish around taylor's name. (there's a story behind that), and i also got "beautiful day" on my right inner arm (like bicep area? i guess it would be called??)

    i was all excited about the "beautiful day" until some chinese patient of mine (when i was working in the hospital) said, "spring day?"
    my heart sank....
    NO NO NO! that's not what it's supposed to say!!!
    my heart returned to my chest a few days later when a japanese male student nurse said "beautiful day.... i like it."
    PHEWF!
    i guess that's what i get for asking GLAMMY to write out my tattoos for me.... ;)

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  6. I have half a tattoo. By the time the tattoo "artist" got to the second half I had sobered up enough to tell him to get the hell away from me...

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  7. How many tattoo artist put the wrong letters on people for fun?

    You can tell all your friends that it means 'Rad Dude', but it really means 'Tiny Feet'.

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