Wedding Tattoo

Andi-Pants‘s wedding tattoo (I’m still quite thrilled about the keyword galleries) is neat because if you look at either him or his wife — “NEVER” and “ENDING” — they each have a “negative” tattoo when they’re on their own, but if you put it together, it transforms into a positive message.

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11 thoughts on “Wedding Tattoo

  1. That’s sweet!

    Though the cynic in me keeps thinking those are going to be hellaciously depressing should they ever divorce.

  2. uhm, I’m always skeptic about wedding tattoos… I’m not saying they bring bad luck,but… some said “never say never”. :-/

  3. what a beautiful and clever idea…I really like that whole 2 negatives making a positive when put together as well.

  4. Love it! I want to get a wedding tattoo with my fiancee while we’re on our honeymoon.

  5. I’m so proud to have this posted here.
    This isn’t my tattoo, my friend is getting married and her and her fiancee had me shoot their engagement shots.
    this happens to be one of them.

  6. hey hey this is me and my husband thanks for all the nice comments guys and gals i thought it was a pretty sweet ideal as well its was jsut a cute little thing we used to always say to each other and worked out great as a tatt!

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