Hamlet (as in Shakespeare) Quote Tattoo

“Frailty, Thy Name Is Woman,” (at three months old in this picture), as tattooed by Daniel at Inkwell in Winston-Salem, NC.

I would give you some violets, but they withered all when my father died…

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6 thoughts on “Hamlet (as in Shakespeare) Quote Tattoo

  1. “Nymph, in thy orisons be all my sins remembered…”

    Love the lettering.

  2. “And there is pansies, that’s for thoughts.”

    It was hard for me to read the “woman” on the bottom, but it’s cool.

  3. jack6two:
    1: You need help. Go jerk or somthing.
    2: Grammer? I defy anyone to diagram that. (Sorry, english major.
    3: Snail? SNAIL?? W. T. F. ??

    But aside from all that… Gorgeous tatt. I’m a big Shakespere nerd, and Hamlet is my favorite.

  4. i love the blatant “I recently went to a show but I’m not 21 so I have a big black x on my hand”

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