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When People Didn't Realize The True Meanings Of The Tattoos They Inked In Languages They Don't Know

Here’s a pro tip for anyone who’s thinking about getting a tattoo – don’t get a tattoo in a language you don’t speak. No ifs, ands or buts. And if you’re still not entirely convinced, today we have a collection of people who got foreign language tattoos and ended up making fools of themselves.
People are sharing the ridiculous translations of foreign language tattoos they’ve spotted in the wild, and you’ll be surprised how many of them come straight from a restaurant menu. Check out all the times people got ridiculous tattoos in foreign languages in the gallery below!
And I’ll just repeat this once again so it really sticks with you – don’t get a tattoo in a language you don’t speak.

#1 "Chinese tattoos gone wrong" the gallery

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#2 But, is he Mexican?

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#3 That's technically right

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#4 Tattoo for a foody

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#5 Celebs can also make mistakes

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#6 Can I have the menu?

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#7 Precisely

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#8 Boastful Rice Village (he thought it was his daughter's name)

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#9 Random letters put together?!

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#10 People love food name tattoo

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#11 LOL! Can't think of a worse tattoo

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#12 This young lady wanted to surprise her boyfriend with a tattoo that reads “I love you”. Instead, it reads “Babylon is one of the world’s leading dictionary and translation programs”

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#13 God blesses him

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#14 Well, now you know

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#15 Oops!

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#16 Say what?

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#17 That's awkward

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#18 Her tattoo says “Fresh Spring Rolls” in Thai

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