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    • Gonna get a chihuahua tattoo on my penis so when they see it they can laugh twice as hard
      Zettour a month
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    • I wish I lived in China
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    • I’m sorry your language is visually aesthetic
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    • Except for the fact that they respect calligraphy a lot, and usually people who get English word tattoos get them with calligraphic letters, so that guy is an idiot
      15jarom a month
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    • This is really dumb for multiple reasons. First of we get English tattooed on us too. Second they actually do the same shit in Asian countries with English especially on a lot of clothing. Third and most importantly, even in Asia the kanji are seen as a form of art, people are considered amazing
      0VOID0 a month
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    • But... The way they do it is literal art... they literally write/paint it into literal art at times it's not the same as just having Water wrote on ur arm and even then people still have stuff wrote in english on their arms already
      Tradex a month
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    • I think Americans want these tattoos because of the calligraphy art of it than the words
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    • Main differences is the calligraphy. Chinese and Japanese actually have a type of art form for just writing words. There’s actually clubs at Chinese and Japanese schools were you write the words on big posters. So you can’t really compare it.
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    • I see how it’s obnoxious but at the same time people do go around tattooing random English words too, it’s all about if the word means something to you and if it does sometimes it’s just more authentically pleasing in another language. Of course it looks dumb if you don’t know what it means to them.
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    • 水 is water
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    • “independent, emotionless, curious” as the tattoo says
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    • The first 2 characters mean independence. The next 2 that are side by side means ruthlessness, and the last 2 that are visible mean curiosity. Why they're set up half up and down, half side by side, who fucking knows.
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    • Because I get tattoos hoping Chinese people will be pleased by it
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    • Except Chinese characters are beautiful so people see them as art. You should take it as a compliment
      Mickey7046 a month
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    • people get things tatted on them in english too. settle down chinese lady
      SERENlTY a month
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    • Asian people actually do this though. For the exact same reason English-speakers do it: try like the way the letters look. They normally do it with t-shirts, but it’s the same idea.
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    • Ok but Chinese symbols look way cooler than English letters
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    • But they literally have calligraphy which is pretty much just how beautiful can your strokes be for the words otherwise known as kanji
      StazBlood a month
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    • I’m sorry we like the way your language looks
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    • China does the same thing
      GrumpLump a month
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    • English letters are boring though Chinese letters are more artistic looking.
      lazydoggo a month
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    • What does riley Reids tattoo say
      Grada a month
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    • I hate these fuckers who complain about these Chinese tattoos. Maybe it looks nice, maybe you should fuck off. I like the way the word Zero looks, it’s pretty pleasing to the eye. Some people get English word tattoos too, this shit stopped being funny in 2011
      Camui a month
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    • Calligraphy is an actual art form tho
      idksensei a month
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    • Don't the Chinese/Japanese consider their letters and words art tho? Like isn't calligraphy a part of their culture?
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    • I had surgery where that had to cut down to the muscle on my right calf when I had compartment syndrome(which basically means something happened to your limb, and it swells to the point you’ll have no blood flow) and I wanted to get a zipper on the scar
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    • I don't want to get a tattoo cause I know for sure I'll regret it eventually but that's just me. If people want to get a tattoo do you really think they give a fuck if you think it's stupid? Most probably couldn't care less.
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    • The difference is she has a mid tier calligraphy done in chinese characters and he has it done in times new roman.
      Kittytravel a month
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    • we get english tattooed too, it's how it's written that matters
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    • I mean the calligraphy is beautiful even if you don't know what it means
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    • They should take it as a compliment it's a beautiful written language
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    • My uncle used to run a gift shop in Beijing. He tatooed "dumb foreigner" on people's backs for cash.
      surprise123 a month
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    • But people get English words tatted on them as well, it’s not like they’re tatting the word grass on them either so it definitely shouldn’t seem like that to anyone
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    • But yet people get tattoos with English writing as well so doesn’t really make sense
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    • Tattoo in Chinese 👎 Tattoo in Latin 👍
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    • It's worse when you go to China and read the English text they have on their graphic tees. It's always some cringey, sexual, and terribly mistranslated phrase and they have no clue what it means
      lNCOMING a month
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    • Asians do the same thing with English words
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    • The Chinese also get dumb English tattoos fuck off
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    • When your written language is valued as an art form in your own country it's kind of retarded to see it not held in high regards
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    • Bro, this was featured four times last month, is everyone going to seriously act like they've never seen this?
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    • Their script is art though.
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    • Oh the bus there were these two ladies sitting next to me and my (Chinese) friend and the other two ladies were talking about her tattoo, and how meaningful it is. They did this the WHOLE bus ride. My friend, when we got off, said it just says soup
      Iochnessie a month
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    • If he'd done it in calligraphy it would have been a comparison
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    • It means more to them for example a Shaolin monk can spend his entire life studying their scripture and all the pages are written in hanzi
      TreeCrab a month
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    • I don't understand why people are bugged by this. There are people who get words or phrases tattooed in stylized English too so it's not an uncommon thing
      KnightMe a month
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    • Asian letter tattoos are fucking boring and about as overdone as tribals tats. Both show no creativity
      McDaddy a month
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    • First people tattoo English words. Second the characters usually mean something a little cooler than water
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    • I mean people get English words tattooed all the time
      intelletc a month
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    • AntiSemitic
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    • My friend has that same “water tattoo” because we run track and our coach and our inspiration was Bruce Lee’s “be like water” and to “take no form”
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    • I mean... aren't calligraphy and -by extension - kanji generally considered an art form? It's not always do much 'people just want water written on their arm in a foreign way' so much as 'people want a form of art script imprinted onto their arm in a way that evokes and says the spirit of water.
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    • These features were approved by an 11 yr old noon
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    • I don't really understand, Calligraphy is an art form over there. Nobody considers English symbols to be an art form itself.
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    • I mean it can be in bad taste but it’s still something they appreciate the detail in the characters they use.
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    • Well not really, seeing as calligraphy of characters is a big art form over there, but there's very few tattoos that actually look as good as Chinese calligraphy
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    • My apologies that we think your language looks so beautiful that we want to have it permanently on our bodies.
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    • Funny, when the East literally copies all of our western culture constantly
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    • Yeah that’s cool, the person who made this obviously doesn’t know the difference between Chinese and japanese. Minor inconvenience but I thought you should know :)
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    • Don't people usually get profound wisdom tattooed in Chinese? It's not like they're asking, "Yo can I get 'cinnamon roll' on my chest lol"
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    • Yeah but in my opinion Chinese looks a lot cooler then just regular English. But I guess it’s all in how you do it. Like old English or cursive can both look really good but spelling out water would still look pretty stupid.
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    • Chinese or japanese tattoos are overdone and look stupid. Please stop it white/black people
      fucof a month
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    • Shake the screen and the Chinese guys head jiggles
      TitsandRitz a month
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    • That’s actually really accurate. Words that sound beautiful or are artistically appealing in one language isn’t always in another
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    • Yea but Americans also get tattoos in English so this is invalid
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    • Yessssss buuuuuut to be honest people get words and shit tattooed in cursive and old English all the time so you really aren’t saying much on top of that if they choose to have it in a certain language or writing format they’re complimenting it because they’re saying it’s the most beautiful
      Blue_koi a month
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    • Ok listen if a bunch of words on a wall can be considered art in the middle East why can't Chinese words on skin be?
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    • This is fucking hilarious because i know someone that literally has “water” tatted on their arm
      iSwampy a month
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    • Jokes on her. The words on her back does not make any sense together and it has really ugly font if you can read Chinese.
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    • But people get English words as tattoos all the time too, it's all about the font
      DrMambo777 a month
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    • If someone from China wants to use an English word for a tattoo because they like the way it looks. Go for it. Its not stupid at all.
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    • Don't people in Japan do that exact same thing?
      TheLegendAi a month
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    • Imma get a Japanese tattoo saying 私は おばかです
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    • But we also get English tattoos. I want a Korean tattoo that says fearless because taekwondo gave me confidence and is made in Korea. Although, I also don’t want to get a tattoo because I’m working on building muscles and like the look of definition.
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    • Chinese/Japanese words tattoos are such a turnoff
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    • The meaning of the tattoo: Independence; ruthless; curiosity you’re welcome
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    • Any text is a bad tattoo in my book
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    • People get tattoos in english. Usually it's in a much nicer cursive-like font though
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    • I don’t have Chinese yet, I have Greek Russian French and Spanish quotes that spiral into symbols that all mean something personal. I’ve gotten compliments actually, because of the theme I have going. And all these languages represent the ones I’ve learned and am going to learn.
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    • Nobody cares
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    • Ey skimask tattoo
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    • water sheep
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    • "Be Water My Friend." -Bruce Lee-
      EchZero a month
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    • Why not just get Latin or some shit..
      FKU_Shoresy a month
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    • But Chinese letters are fuckin aesthetic af! English is like retard sticks
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    • That's a lot of bullshit just for the word water
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    • People get English words, sentences and even paragraphs for tattoos too, the only difference is that (you) are offended by it
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    • I always think this is ridiculous because most people get something meaningful or a proverb of some sort written in Chinese not just random ass symbol that looks cool
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    • Some people do just get words in other languages for no reason tattooed on them and that's kinda dumb imo. But if you're getting words that are important to you and you wanna get them in another language for whatever reason, theres nothing wrong with that. Not my problem if you think it looks stupid
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    • Impeach Trump
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    • Is anyone gonna talk about his amazing handwriting though?
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    • That's Japanese though
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    • I always assume they say, "Dumbass"
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