Tuesday, January 24, 2006
"Dare not to Accept"
Reader Johan L. forwarded this photo to me from another site. Someone has already commented about the tattoo:
"Wow. It almost seems like this is the biggest cliche female tattoo I've seen. It's a lower back tattoo, it's got a dragon, tribal, random water splashes, roses, AND kanji! That is some sort of record."
Especially when 不敢當 (dare not to accept) is one of the most common courtesy phrases used in Chinese. This is equivalent of getting a tattoo that says "Thank You, Come Again" in English.