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Ever wondered what your chinese/japanese pictogram tattoo really means?

So you got drunk on a night out. So you suffer and felt like doing something about it. You had a bad love life etc.
Chances are that you have a tattoo because of that. And chances are that you have a tattoo with chinese/japanses letters. You think you know the meaning of the tattoo. You may be wrong.

Visit this blog , these guys really know Chinese and Japanese and they will decipher that tattoo you think it says "strong" but actually means "use spoon"(they do it by request):



 " means "calamity, disaster, catastrophe", and definitely not "beauty", which is ."







52 comments :

  1. I think chinese tattoos are dumb

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  2. If you get something tattooed on you that you don't know the exact meaning of...you deserve whatever comes.

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  3. Bahahahahah, I enjoy this very much. You should probably do the research before you commit to something as permanent as tattooing...

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  4. why you dont get a tattoo in a language you do not know

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  5. good thing I visited your blog today!

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  6. people can be so tarded. although a tattoo that said, "calamity, disaster, catastrophe" would still be pretty cool to have

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  7. like this tattoo !

    following & supporting you.
    take care.

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  8. LOL, thats great. Thanks for sharing. Following and supporting.

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  9. Yeah, im chinese and i get offended just by looking at them when people dont know what they mean

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  10. I think it's really stupid that people have all these tattoos and have no clue what they mean. What if people in china starting wearing shirts that said "Kat" instead of "cat"?

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  11. get a "sexy" symbol, end up with "buttface" symbol

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  12. japanease tattos are so cliche now a days, come up with something original people!

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  13. People should just stay away from languages they know nothing about. Especially with characters that they can't pronounce.

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  14. It's good to see that you're beating inertia today :)

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  15. Awesome.. some people are pretty dumb

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  16. I'm glad I never got one of those tattoos. Besides, getting a Chinese/Japanese tattoo pretty much just screams "I had no good ideas"

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  17. dont you guys remember that one japanese tattoo artist that would tattoo obscenities on people because he couldn't stand how people would want chinese caricatures..

    let me find it..

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  18. love that tattoo. i used to take a chinese course in college.

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  19. Glad that hasn't happened to me.

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  20. hieroglyphic tatt's are lame

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  21. this can be really usefull, will never try tattoo tho... I think..

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  22. I remember a story when a girl got Chinese tatooo with "supermarket" kanji :D

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  23. ... which is why I'd make sure I knew what a tattoo meant before I got one...

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  24. Hahaha, this is good. Looking forward to your math and physics sections.

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  25. haha, that's hilarious. I want some ink, but it's so damn expensive.

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  26. Tattoos like this suck ass. Especially since i can read Japanese just fine. About 1 person out of 10 actually does their research when getting something like this.

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  27. i would never get some bullshit i didnt even know what it stould for

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  28. Calamity doesn't sound bad. He should only really complain if it says: I <3 mother penis

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  29. I know a japanese tattoo artist who will ask a person what they want, and then he just writes "americans are all little girls" on everyone... says it's the only stencil he has, and the only one he needs... gets tons of business too...

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  30. @Crunky:
    Haha, that's an awesome marketing technique!!

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  31. Reminder to self: Don't ever get a stereotypical kangi tatto.

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  32. I would not dare to take a chinesesign tattoo without knowing someone who coud tell me if it meant the right things :P

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