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InTheBalance InTheBalance 2011-06-17
I feel sorry for you Bobb.

Anyone else reading this stream, check out Bobb's profile and note how many critical comments he seems to enjoy making of others, while safely in his hidden-tattoo-anonymity.
Bobb Bobb 2011-06-17
I'm just not interested in what other people think of my tattoos; you obviously are, or you wouldn't have posted them on a tattoo rating site.
InTheBalance InTheBalance 2011-06-16
You sure do have a lot of bad things to say about people's tattoo's, despite the fact that you either don't have, or are too chicken to post pics of yours for others to comment on. I smell a coward. Or is your life just that sad?
Bobb Bobb 2011-06-16
Ooooh, oh noes!! You made a silly comment about my mother. I'm shaking with fury! You, meanwhile, still have a bad tattoo.
InTheBalance InTheBalance 2011-06-16
About as appropriate as the "dangerous, perilous and hazardous" things I did to your mother last night.
Bobb Bobb 2011-06-15
That would have been appropriate.
InTheBalance InTheBalance 2011-06-14
You are clearly the expert, so I wont argue any further. It should say "I don't care"
Bobb Bobb 2011-06-14
Hmm. Given that it's called "classical," not "ancient" Chinese, and that the modern meaning of those characters, pronounced wei2xian3 de, appears to mean "dangerous," I'm not so sure.
InTheBalance InTheBalance 2011-06-13
It is definitely Ancient Chinese. I picked the phrase myself out of an Ancient Chinese English dictionary.
Bobb Bobb 2011-06-07
If I were you I'd have this checked by a native speaker. These are the kanji for "danger, peril, hazard." Meanings in Chinese and Japanese are often but not always different, but as these are pretty badly written I'm guessing they're flash.

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