More Tattoos I Found, Love & Adore

ireadmorethanyou:

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Cool, right??

You can thank me later. ;)

Awesome collection! just edited for the ones of script. Thanks!

fuckyeahtattoos:

Freshly inked by Amanda at Osmosis tattoos in Richmond BC.
The word laugh is something my Gramps always used to say to me; laugh- have fun, be crazy, and don’t take anything too seriously, especially yourself. RIP Gramps, love you to the moon and back.

fuckyeahtattoos:

Freshly inked by Amanda at Osmosis tattoos in Richmond BC.

The word laugh is something my Gramps always used to say to me; laugh- have fun, be crazy, and don’t take anything too seriously, especially yourself. RIP Gramps, love you to the moon and back.

deodoped:

We used to give each other tats, then the *inking met its untimely demise … so did our relationship.  

deodoped:

We used to give each other tats, then the *inking met its untimely demise … so did our relationship.  

(Source: tfortennyson)

fuckyeahtattoos:

This tattoo means a lot to me simply because of it’s Harry Potter background. Hermione is my favorite character in the series, and as I sat watching the movie as a the tears rolled down her cheeks after having “mudblood” cut into her arm, I knew that I needed it as a tattoo.
I know it’s probably not the most original HP tattoo, but it’s probably my second favorite tattoo that I have right now, and I can’t wait until my kids ask me what it means. When they do, I’m going to give them book 1 and tell them to tell me what it means.

fuckyeahtattoos:

This tattoo means a lot to me simply because of it’s Harry Potter background. Hermione is my favorite character in the series, and as I sat watching the movie as a the tears rolled down her cheeks after having “mudblood” cut into her arm, I knew that I needed it as a tattoo.

I know it’s probably not the most original HP tattoo, but it’s probably my second favorite tattoo that I have right now, and I can’t wait until my kids ask me what it means. When they do, I’m going to give them book 1 and tell them to tell me what it means.