Happy New Year’s Day and I thought I’d start the year off with a laugh for everyone.
As you all know, a lot of people get tattoos with Chinese, or Japanese, characters on their bodies.
Most think they know what they are saying and think they are probably pretty macho or existential.
I refuse to ever get one since it isn’t my culture and it doesn’t really seem appropriate.
To each their own.
Also, I know people who have gotten script tattoos and then found out they don’t mean what they thought they meant.
There is way too much of a chance for that to happen and be stuck with something on your body that it incredibly painful to remove.
In China, from what I’ve seen, they tend to wear shirts that proclaim their inability to understand English and what is appropriate.
Now, I’m just guessing that these people, in general, have no clue what their clothes are trying to state.
I’ve also noticed it is almost always women wearing clothes with swear words.
The one guy I photographed spoke perfect English and knew exactly what his shirt had written on it.
Same with the woman wearing the, “Gay Okay!” shirt. I told her I’d be putting in on social media and she said, “No problem!” I was pretty impressed with her speaking out and willingness to be heard.
Jill and I loved wandering around, seeing shirts like these, and just laughing at the absurdity of it all. No matter how bad of a day we were having, little things like this made us smile and forget our troubles.