Rib/Sides.

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Alessandra (São Paulo, Brazil) ”Hamsa and happiness”

Paola Edwards (Skiatook, OK) ”” We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. It enters the inner sanctuary behind the curtain, where our forerunner, Jesus, has entered on our behalf.” Hebrews 6:19″

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Wrists.

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Pierre (Hamburg) ”A black square on my left wrist.  You often get asked what it stands for or what’s underneath because people think you reinked something like an older tat or the name of your ex-gf.  It stands for the term ”never change yourself for anyone” ’cause a square is a square – no matter how you turn it.”

Tamara (Santiago, Chile) ”This tattoo is for my dogs dead, although they’re not alive they are here somehow…”

Alina (Cologne) ”Infinity symbol + Swallow. To remind myself that life always goes on and I’m free to do whatever I want.”

 

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Tuesday Randoms.

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Fiona (Toronto) ”A bear to symbolize my sister whom passed away. She was a pastry chef and this was part of her logo for her business and also our last name is chinese means bear.”

Hanna (Stockholm) ”this is my first tattoo, and I got in January of 2012. The feather is not only a symbol of beauty, it also symbolizes ”to never let somebody bring you down – be light as a feather”!  It’s on my inner upper arm.”

Fiona (Toronto) ”Dandelion, symbolize my sister who passed away last year. She always went after her dreams and did what she wanted to do. While fullfilling her dreams she also touched so many people’s hearts.”

 

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Friday Randoms.

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Stella (Copenhagen) ”This is my second tattoo. I got it on an impulsive night out, and I’m glad I did it :)”

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Thursday Randoms.

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Orkide (Ankara, Turkey) ”The word ‘Ailem’ means ‘My Family’ in Turkish and it’s written in the infinity sign. This because I believe that eventhough everything will change, family never does. You will always begin and end with your family.”

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