So I had the kanji for 'Undefeated of the East' tattoed to my arm. Cool eh?
I don't have a cam though, so this was what he printed on the screen on his pc.
Well, at least that's what the tattooist said.
I plan on having that King of Hearts mark done too. Good idea?
Very funny AK. It translates small *something* then the kanji for man.
You don't have to be Holmes to see what that means.
That's not even kanji, at least not until the final character. lol.
Uryuu freaky, pale and geeky,
how do your powers grow?
"With gloves and scars and silver stars
and swords that I shoot from a bow,
yes, swords that I shoot from a bow."
small ___ male?
I don't know what さんぽ means. I saw it once used as さんぽ を します but that means "goes for a walk" and I'm pretty sure he's not referring to that meaning.
Maybe it's 3ぽ and ぽ is a counter that I don't know of????
God damn I wish I could understand Japanese.
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say, "penis."
Originally Posted by coolpuprocks
Yeah, knowing AK thats what I though. lol
They mention Chinpo in the Hajime No Ippo manga, why I remember it is beyond me. Like Jakko says its translation is pretty easy.
Next time AKoC demand they do "Undefeated in the East" in all Kanji, you got cheated this time with that hiragana non kanji nonsense, but you'll get them back.
It's not 「さんぽ」, cpr. It says 「ちんぽ」.
And like Jakko or Alexian said, translation is not that hard.
Nice tatoo. There are few tatoos that give such a strong impression as that one.