Yesterday I've found on creativefan.com one of the worst articles about Kanji/Hanzi tattoos I have ever read. The author of the article has absolutely no idea about Chinese/Japanese writing system, but this didn't stop him/her to write an article full of ridiculous opinions and meaningless advices. For example, let's take a look at this photo:
As you can see, there is also a short description of the image: This woman is pleased to become a wife and has got a tattoo with flowers to express her happiness and pride. Yeah, sure. But it seems to me that she want to express not only her happiness and pride but also her ignorance, because the Hanzi/Kanji is missing several strokes. For a comparison look at the image below (I know, it isn't a particularly good looking ideogram, but at least, it is properly written).
Stupidity is painful
Another failed kanji / hanzi tattoo
A cool guy... or a bad woman?
Tattoos fails: kanji / hanzi mistakes
He has hemorrhoids... and he is proud with that
Failed tatoos: Kanji mistakes - the seven virtues of the samurai
When a Kanji/Hanzi tattoo spokes for itself
Don't believe this guy - he has no idea what he's talking about:)
This is NOT a Kanji / Hanzi tattoo. This is just a doodle.
What possibly could be wrong with this tattoo?