I know that in my last post I've said that I'll stop writing about the moronic articles posted on creativefan, but this time they went to far. Let's watch the image below:
As you can see, Mrs Kaylee Smith claims that "It is common for people to get their body parts inked with Chinese characters to show their love for the language." I suppose that it is also common for some people who love to exhibit their ignorance to claim that the KOREAN LETTERS are Chinese characters:)))
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?