Many believe that tattooed people do it for aesthetic effect. But for some, it’s definitely more than just body art.
Every tattoo is a statement. Also, most tattoos have a special meaning behind them. Here are 15 dangerous tattoos most people don’t know the meaning of.
A tear tattoo under the right eye means the person killed someone.
Buddhist countries consider a picture of a god tattooed on the body as blasphemy.
Only those who are part of the Yakuza are supposed to have this tattoo.
We connect clovers as luck. But if you only have three leaves, this means that you are a part of the Aryan Brotherhood, which is a white supremacist prison gang.
5. Barbed wire
This tattoo means that the owner was convicted.
6. Snarling predators
In the criminal world, those who have a predatorial kind of tattoo means they are violent.
7. Rings on fingers
This tattoo means that a convict is considered a respected person in prison.
8. Cross on the chest
Dangerous criminals in Russia get this tattoo.
A spiderweb tattoo means the owner is convicted for quite a long time and had a drug addiction.
10. The five-point crown
The five points crown is a representation of the Latin Kings gang in the U.S.
11. Three dots
This innocent-looking tattoo means Mi Vida loca (My crazy life).
If they are tattooed on the knees, the person will never submit. But if they are tattooed on the shoulders, it means power and respect.
13. Playing cards
These cards can reveal what kind of convict the owner is and who he is in prison.
14. Rose with dagger
This tattoo is done by a convict who went to prison before turning the legal age.
In Brazil, only people who’ve kil led a police officer get this tattoo.
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Several shoes were torn out of their boxes and left abandoned on the floor!
Shopping can be truly exciting when stores begin offering certain items for sale. Unfortunately, it can also bring out the worst in most people. A viral post reveals the aftermath of a sale at a shoe store. Interestingly, the post shames Filipinos for destroying certain items because they are being "irresponsible and insensitive shoppers."
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I must admit I chuckled in #6.
As humans, our ability to recognize objects begins to form at a very young age, practically as soon as our eyes can focus. However, things can easily masquerade themselves as other stuff, and it’s really quite funny.