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What Your Tattoo Placement on Your Body Says About Your Personality

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Every tattoo represents a symbol – of a personal experience, story, or feeling. However, it turns out that there is symbolism in the placement of the tattoo, as well.

The tattoo placement says a lot about the person.  What Your Tattoo Says About You– Tattoo Placement Meaning Every tattoo has its meaning.

Whether it’s about a person, a memory, or a feeling, it is something that a person wants to keep forever. In other words, it is visual proof that a person, a situation, or a feeling really happened and that person wants to cherish the memory for as long as they live Just like any piece of clothing or hairstyle, a tattoo reveals something about the character of its wearer because it is always there, and it is a part of the person wearing it.

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