Monday, March 21, 2011

ARE YOU READY for the Outlander Tattoo?

Lassies and Lads...I give you...My Outlander Purgatory friend Stephanie's new Outlander tattoo.  (She couldn't fit the "s" in "prest"  but it's all good because the translation is still the same!)

18 comments:

  1. I love it!! Congrats! :-)

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  2. I already got mine :)

    I love Stephanie's too!!

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  3. Kelly can we see (and maybe post?) yours?? :)

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  4. Kelly's tat is awesome, and that is the phrase that i want to get next, lol. @carla..it doesn't really hurt, its kinda hard to describe, it feels like scratching almost. But thanks everyone for the compliments, i sure love it! it wont be my last Outlander tat, that's for sure!

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  5. that is cool Stephanie.
    Much better without the -S- anyway, i always want to say "pressed" lol
    :-)

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  6. It's lovely! The script is really pretty. I don't speak French but if you put "I am ready" into Google translate it comes back "Je suis pret." (with the little hat-accent mark over the "e")

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  7. Gorgeous tattoo!
    Its no secret that I loves me some ink & keep adding to my own collection. The use of a favorite line from a favorite book is perfection. :)

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  8. Another line which would be fab as a tat is the
    "Da Mi Basia Mille" (give me a thousand kisses)
    -And "a thousand kisses" are in one of my favourite songs "Never Too Much" by Luther Vandross, (my alltime fav) 2 good reasons there hmm?
    :-)

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  9. @ Carol - Yes, most definitely!! How would you like me to get it to you??

    @ Lesley - that's exactly the phrase that I have.

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  10. Kelly - oooh awesome. Just email a photo to carol@myoutlanderpurgatory.com - THANKS! :)

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  11. PS - Kelly and Stephanie - you guys should email photos of your tats to Diana. I bet she'd love to see them!

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  12. OOh, how dorky that I thought this was a new line of stick-on decal tattoos (and that this comes from a person who may have ink of her own!). I love it! I do love the original s, though, but the important thing is that the meaning remain the same :-)

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  13. hm, or, remains the same (to pacify my inner grammar police).

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  14. Sent :)

    I tweeted DG when I first got it and she loved it :)

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