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dog tag tat

Many military personnel and their family members get dog tag tattoos for various reasons. Here are some amazing tattoo design ideas, Buzzle thinks, you'd want to see before getting one for yourself.

The hexagonal design or commonly known as honeycomb patterns tattoos, are primarily found among the Kalinga people of Luzon.

"The hexagonal design or commonly known as honeycomb patterns tattoos, are primarily found among the Kalinga people of Luzon." Text by Mel Chavez, Tattoo by Roxx

My newest tattoo. "Mahal kita" means "I love you" in Tagalog (Filipino).

This was the one phrase I remember my mother saying to me. I will never forget it "Mahal kita" means "I love you" in Tagalog (Filipino).

"This is my first tattoo, I got it on my 18th birthday. It says “mahal kita” which means “I love you” in tagalog (filipino) and it’s written in my fathers handwriting. My mom is filipino and my dad is caucasian so I wanted a tattoo that evenly represented them both, and I thought this was appropriate. My tattoo artist was Juan from Orlando Tattoo Company."

This means "I love you" in Tagalog (Filipino). This is a beautiful idea. I want this done in my Lolo's handwriting. Whenever these words were exchanged between us, they were always said as a promise.

Hail Mary in baybayin (ancient filipino script) from the Doctrina Christiana. -future tattoo :)

baybayin" (ancient filipino script) - to have this text as a tat in ancient filipino scripture. picture was about hail mary in ancient scripture.

Written in alibata, a Filipino ancient writing: "Umibig parati at muli.” (To love always, and again.)

"written in alibata; a Filipino ancient writing: Umibig parati at muli.) -- love the placement and traditional writing