MYA in kids’ writing

I wish people told me the stories behind their tattoos when they sent them in…


This one must have a cute explanation!

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3 thoughts on “MYA in kids’ writing

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

    Posted on 05-16-2006 22:09:35 by Court
    Was this tattoo done in crayon?

    Posted on 05-16-2006 23:34:13 by Jets
    I assumed it was the kid’s name.

  2. Im sure I’ve seen this some other place and thats her kids name. Then she got her kid to write her name and got it tattooed so its in her kids writing..

  3. I’m guessing she might of lost a child and the MYA stands for ‘Missing You Always.’ Yeah? just a thought

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