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Retta 1 year ago
#19hahaha..no pity
       
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Frank 1 year ago
Stay alert stay alive.
       
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Cicely 1 year ago
#19 It actually means "don't give up" in chinese (别放弃 bie fang qi, the last character is written in traditional chinese though and not in simplified).
Even the single translation of every character don't include a translation which means spread or greens.
So, I don't know what language and how she researched it, maybe in Japanese they use the same characters but with different meaning.
       
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“I got a tattoo some time ago and decided to check out the meaning (I had taken a picture off Pinterest and it said it meant ’don’t give up’). I did some research and found out that it actually means ’SPREAD GREENS.’”

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