Let's take a look at the picture below:
The tattoo is OK, but the description of the image is completely wrong: first Kanji (芸) means "art, performance, talent, technique, acting" and the second one (者) means "person". If we put these two Kanji together we get the world-wide known word 芸者 (geisha), but the person who posted the image says that the meaning of the the word is "beauty" (If you are looking for some of idea, I think this Beauty Kanji Tattoo Design is a great choice for your design idea future, so don’t forget to checkout the main page Best Kanji Tattoos Design to read the whole story. We hope these picture motivate you to be carried out for your lovely tattoo.)
Well, what can I say? It seems that on the Internet, everyone is an expert... in everything.
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