Kanji Skin Removal

I don’t know what the kanji says or if it’s correct (we’ll have to ask Tian I suppose), but I like the little memento of the procedure — although it’s too bad it didn’t stay in a more coherent piece. Cutting by Fernand from Tattoo Blitzz in Groningen, the Netherlands.

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2 thoughts on “Kanji Skin Removal

  1. The following comments were imported from our old comment system:

    Posted on 03-07-2006 21:59:24 by xaonon
    I’m not an expert, but that looks like a href=”http://www.unicode.org/cgi-bin/GetUnihanData.pl?codepoint=96DE”>U+96DE, “chicken”.

    Posted on 03-07-2006 22:01:11 by xaonon
    Er, after demangling that attempt at a hyperlink. Me is smrt.

    Posted on 03-07-2006 22:09:13 by glider

    Posted on 03-08-2006 01:08:55 by Rockerbaby
    From first glance I thought it said ‘chicken’. But I am in no shape to be certain. But the links says they are :) I AM NOT USELESS MOM LOL.

    Posted on 03-08-2006 04:27:05 by pr0ncess

    Posted on 03-09-2006 00:01:39 by scary
    it means chicken.

    Posted on 03-11-2006 11:16:14 by Mom
    Yes you are Rockerbaby…..

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