The first tattoo means: GOLDEN PIG
The second tattoo means: STUPID BITTER
Increasingly, for mere esterophilia, some people decide to tattoo Chinese and Japanese characters ... But are we really sure that they know the meaning? Let's find out together!
The "fashion" of the tattoo representing Chinese and / or Japanese ideograms has spread throughout the West for several years now,
especially at the beginning of the 2000s where most of the small / medium sized tattoos depicted gothic or Japanese / Chinese ideograms ...
Even today many people reserve part of their epidermis for this type of tattoo. But how many of them are able to relate with certainty the meaning of what they carry on their skin?
Browsing the web we found everything, the most serious cases are those related to writing "upside down". That is, the tattoo artist, not knowing in the least the ideograms or meanings of them, tattooed the unsuspecting customer by reversing the character of 180 °. Why? it's a mistery!
Very often we choose a Chinese character because it is considered beautiful to the eye, but what happens if the translation is not as pleasant?
We get testimonies from every part of the globe ... Some tattoo artists should take an accelerated course of Ideograms before tattooing a client:
We leave the ambiguous translations to our readers 😉
Tattoos inspired by Chinese or Japanese culture are magnificent and full of meaning, for this reason it is necessary to go to specialized tattoo artists!
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