"Liberi Vivas" Pubic Tattoo

It means “may you live carefree”. Tattoo done at Final Sin in Pleasant Hill, CA.

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2 thoughts on “"Liberi Vivas" Pubic Tattoo

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

    Posted on 04-06-2006 20:27:54 by Kendra
    DUDE! I drive by that place like every day! O.O
    Hahaha, this makes me happy. Local place featured, yay.

    Posted on 04-06-2006 21:11:43 by sneezy
    you drive by her bush ? everyday? or what

    Posted on 04-06-2006 21:41:04 by tinaxo
    This made me giggle… The most popular brand of tampons in Australia are called ‘Carefree’ and they have used the english slogan “live your life carefree’ for years.. maybe she should contact them for a advertising deal ;)

    Posted on 04-06-2006 23:20:15 by Kendra
    Pssh, you think I’d pass up a bush like that every day? Definitely not! I was talking about the place – Final Sin, Pleasant Hill CA ;)

    Posted on 04-07-2006 11:14:01 by tara
    i really like the delicate lettering.

    Posted on 04-09-2006 12:53:15 by some Classics major
    I hate to point it out, but, grammatically “liberi” should be “libere” and the sentence says “may you live freely”. “May you live carefree” is “Secure vivas”.

  2. the saying ‘liveri vivas’ is taken from a ring from the 3rd century and gramatically correct or not i like that there is a history there.
    plus the butterfly, which often represents freedom at its fullest, coordinated well.

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