Post Reply What was the inspiration behind your tattoo(s)?
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Posted 3/20/08
Seems like everyone gets a tattoo for a reason... to express something, or represent something important to them. Why did you get yours....?
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Posted 3/20/08
I just really like Final Fantasy...
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Posted 5/3/08
It represents freedom and change ...Thats how i feelt when i moved out of my parents place ......i was a pumpkin now i´m a butterfly
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Posted 5/17/08
My FFX tat my husband and I got together for our our 10th aniversary so that one has special meaning. The one on my L.ankle I did myself, it includes the kanji for the Chinese Zodiac rat. Both my kids are "Rats" so that one is meaningful. My Siamese Fightiing fish combined with Courage kanji makes me remember to do my best in TKD.... Man, they ALL mean something to me!
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Posted 5/19/08
my crappy heart was random boredness XD
but my butterfly that was inspired by Kyo from Dir en grey i wanted it to be the same butterfly he has on his arm but my sister was paying for it and she didn't have that much money so i went with a plain simple butterfly
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Posted 8/30/08
Considering mine is a world with a peace sign imposed on it I don't think I really need to explain what it symbolizes.
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Posted 1/16/09
I HAD 2 NAMES DONE AND THE REASON FOR THEM WAS THAT THE 2 PEOPLE MEAN MORE TO ME THEN ANYTHING IN THIS WORLD..
Posted 2/21/09 , edited 2/21/09

Deviantgirl wrote:

It represents freedom and change ...Thats how i feelt when i moved out of my parents place ......i was a pumpkin now i´m a butterfly


I just love the way you use symbolism in your tats girl! Thats how it should be. My first tat 4"x3" cluster of stars bound with a ribbon on my back, Ill put apic up someday,that says Dawnstar is the first tat I ever got and i was 15 turning 16 and my momma said "Dont be a pussy!" then she sat me down in our kitchen with a pro tat friend of ours and He did me up sweet with colors in all the stars and everything! Then She got one on her back right after...A bright red heart with asword thru it and a ribbon flowing over it that said Lenore (my real name is Lenore Dawnstar) Any whoo....symbolizm is like everything! My stars rep my spirit and the ribbon is a piece of matter from this world binding me to this body. And mom really never liked me that much I guess heehee!

Posted 8/4/09 , edited 8/4/09
My 2 tattoos represent my favourite things in life :)

The back phoenix rising from black flames on the small of my back symbolising fantasy & the official Beast logo from Disney's Beauty & The Beast musical on the top of my left arm just below my shoulder symboliding my love for both musicals, the theatre and the fact that it's one of my favourite Disney movies of all time :)

My upcoming Catwoman one that I'll be getting done soon on the top of my right arm just below my shoulder will symbolise my love for cats, femeninity & sexiness
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Posted 9/15/09
My tatt is really simple not too flashy or anything its my last name written on my wrist.
Its an old tradition in my fam once you turn 15 you get the last name Bayly tattoed on ya. usually its only the guys but the last guys in my fam are my dad and his brothers and now they have all girls no boys. So me and my cousins still carry it on since the last is gonna be extinct i guess.
There are no males to carry on my family's last name and cause i love my dads fam a lot
i thought i might as well get it tattoed on me
Posted 9/16/09
That's an interesting story behind your tatt Lee
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