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Nah, I once saw a thing where a girl with a tattoo of an ejaculating penis on her chest got a job. But by and large, they are frowned upon.

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Get her a collar; she likes it rough, as mentioned, and she has a penchant for doggy-styled things.

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You sure have an active imagination. When I say bagel, what's the first thing that pops into your head?

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128- Paper bags don't suffocate people... Alrighty then. Anything obstructing airways has the potential to suffocate people.

You couldn't possibly tell me that didn't change your mind. That sounds like a great idea. I may get 'Buster' across my forehead, in honor of my dog.

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If its her first tattoo. Why the hell would you put it on your neck? The dogs name, not so bad. But on the neck? Really?

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I have nothing against neck tattoos. I have tattoos. I'm just saying for the first one also knowing her husband doesn't like them. At least put it somewhere it can be covered by clothing.

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Be wary of getting foreign symbols, might be something else entirely, like that girl in Larry Crowne.

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I was thinking about getting the math symbol for "there exists" behind my ear so I could cover it with my hair, but I don't know if it's worth it.

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Britney Spears reportedly got a tattoo she thought said "mysterious" but actually meant "strange." lol

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"Today, I got beaten up by a Japanese gang. Turns out my tattoo told them to go fuck themselves, and that their fathers smelled of elderberries. I thought it meant 'sophisticated'. FML"

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86- now imagine the tattooer also thought you said 'murder' :p not that 'mother' even in Japanese is all that better. If I saw the word mother tattooed on someone in my language, I'd be like daffak? I'm guessing a Japanese would be the same. Just my opinion.

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I remember one of my Japanese friends telling me that he always gets a good laugh at most Japanese kanji tattoos, because they are either completely wrong or look like they were written by a five year old who doesn't know what brush stroke order to write in. It's always a good idea to do research when getting a tattoo in a foreign language. And if possible, get it done by someone who actually speaks/writes the language so they know what it's supposed to look like.

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