31 Dec 2012

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos
Wrist Tattoos

If you like wrist tattoos than this could be a good one to get. And that is because it says two very famous words and that is that. The words are, I’m Batman. At least that is what I get from a bat in this shape and in this color. I mean it is almost an exact duplicate to the image used as a logo for all of the Batman comics and movies. Of course you can put pretty much anything on your wrist that you can think of. I had a friend many years ago who had a watch tattooed on his wrist and most people just assumed he was really wearing a watch.

Of course the time on that watch could only be right two times a day but hey, there are people out there who can’t match that so go figure.

If you are thinking of getting one or more wrist tattoos you should take it just as seriously as any other tattoo and spend a fair amount of time looking over all of your options before making up your mind. And it is always a good idea to get a tattoo that is totally non-offending and then you never really have to think about it again. But that is all a very personal choice so do what is right for you.

7 May 2012

Wrist Tattoo

Wrist Tattoo
Wrist Tattoo

Wrist tattoos are a popular choice for women because of their bracelet-like allure. They give the illusion of jewelry, so to speak. But a wrist tattoo is so versatile that it can express a whole lot of different things, depending on the design and style you choose. For example, a solid black band around the wrist might symbolize a minimalist take on life or a rebellion against social norms. A floral or swirly pattern might seem more feminine, elegant, and soft. Something like interlocking shapes could symbolize a harmonious soul who is in touch with herself.

Something harsher, like flames or barbed wire, could signify a really dangerous woman to be reckoned with. Whatever you want to express, whatever reaction you want to get from people, a wrist tattoo is a great way to do it. The best thing about wrist tattoos is that you can easily imbed small images within the pattern that makes up the ring around the wrist. You can choose from one small image to an assortment of various images that you wish to include in your tattoo. Maybe they will only be seen and noticed upon close inspection, but you will be sure to happy with your intricate new tattoo. This is also a preferred way because then the wrist tattoo can actually be covered by either a watch or a bracelet.

28 Jan 2010

Wrist Tattoo

Wrist Tattoo
Wrist Tattoo

Being a wrist tattoo or not, generally a hearts tattoo with wings means a free spirit and relates to that one way or the other. This one also has a drop of blood leaking out of the heart meaning that it has not gone unhurt. Someone has broken or nearly broken this persons heart and they decided to get a tattoo to show that their heart is a free spirit and it will survive just fine now. Sort of like the old saying, fool me once shame on you, fool me twice shame on me.

With one little wrist tattoo this person is saying, not again.

I realize that this can be a great deal to say from one small wrist tattoo on a person but sometimes that really is all it takes. A little heart with wings can speak volumes, can it not? Certainly if it was your heart you would understand that. And certainly it has been your heart at one time or another. We all get our heart broken without exception. Perhaps the real test is more of how we come out of it rather than how we react when it’s happening.

12 Nov 2009

Wrist Tattoos

Wrist Tattoos
Wrist Tattoos

Trust me, I have seen quite a few wrist tattoos. I have seen everything from wrist tattoos that had tribal band designs, cute little cartoon characters and Zodiac glyphs. I have even see wrist tattoos that were just names of a child or lover. But, I think the wrist tattoo depicted here is pretty unique. It shows a sparrow on each wrists. Now, you might think that a wrist tattoo that features a sparrow is from a nautical motif. And that would be a very natural assumption since sparrows are a symbol that has been used for centuries by sailors.

They represented a safe journey home and also represented good luck to sea faring folk. But, I would like you to consider an alternative meaning for this sparrow wrist tattoo. In the United Kingdom, sparrows represent speed. You might see a British professional fighter get a sparrow tattooed on each hand, giving his punches extra speed. So, that is probably the meaning of this wrist tattoo. The bearer is stating that he is a force to be reckoned with because his hands are super fast. Of course, there is a third reason why he might have this wrist tattoo. He may simply like the design and thought the wrist would be the perfect place for it. What do you think?