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Chinese for "Seize the day" tattoo
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Nikki Nikki 2011-01-03
No need to retaliate the hate, Ryan.
Ryan B Ryan B 2010-02-13
no sistalove it translates "white people are so grateful they dont look like fucking monkeys"
SistaLove SistaLove 2010-02-11
It actually translate to "white people like to color their skin black"
James James 2010-01-23
The second two are 'jiyu': good fortune or opportunity. Kind of fits the sentiment intended, but, er... why in Chinese?
Michael Michael 2009-09-10
but linger, i think maybe you are right, maybe it translates to 'to take the day' or something similar
Michael Michael 2009-09-10
The script doesnt directly translate to 'carpe diem' (the latin itself), as i couldnt find a translation, however i was told by a reliable source that it translates to 'seize the day'
linger linger 2009-09-10
The top two characters are "To take" in kanji, I don't know the bottom two, but it isn't "Today". I have Carpe Diem in Kanji on my calves, translated by 6 different people.
FrankDarko FrankDarko 2009-06-02
Latin in chinese done in Germany. I bet it translates perfectly.


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