Monday, November 30, 2009

Soulmate Tattoos

The word tattoo comes from the Tahitian word ""tatu,"" which means, ""to mark something."" It can be considered the ancient version of modern day “branding”. In some cultures, tattoos were used to symbolize possession, and often a man’s name would be tattooed on the arm of his wife to qualify him as her master for life. In today’s times, a tattoo may perhaps be a sexual statement or it may express an individual’s view of the world. It may even just be looked at as a piece of art in and of itself.
Life Magazine estimates that more than forty-five million North Americans alone and countless millions worldwide sport tattoos on their bodies. The bulk of these tattoos are used to profess a connection or bonding by couples (such as a man getting a tattoo of his girlfriend's name on his arm). The permanency of the tattoo itself is the perfect symbol for everlasting love and attraction. That may be the main reason why lovers all over the world use graphic symbols of love and the word “soul mate” in exotic languages or even the names of their partners as tattoos on their bodies.
For everyone, a tattoo is very personal. Though the tattoo may only be skin deep, its significance runs much deeper than that. It can be considered the ultimate soul mate symbol. You can have any design you want as a soul mate tattoo. Talk with your soul mate and decide what to get tattood forever on your skin.

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