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Quote of the Day - I've had people say it's your mid-life crisis tattoo. I don't think so, but if it is, it's a pretty harmless one. I just like them. They're not on there for anyone else, but more it's something that's there for me. - Michelle Dawson
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Tattoo Horror Story

The question begins thusly: "I went to a tattoo studio and asked for Chinese characters that say ‘courage, strength and unity'; the tattoo artist assured me he was a native speaker and would translate the sentence accurately."  Read the rest of "Tattoo Horror Story" and all the possible causes of action.  As a member of Avvo's Advisory Board, I answered this question on its Avvo Answers website, but omitted one possible cause of action from my answer.  I followed up with Avvo in an email - this individual can also sue for libel.

This story is one for How to Get Sued.

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Reprinted with permission from the Avvo Blog (and slightly edited for MIPTC).

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