加艾尔 - This is definitely supposed to be a name, those characters are not used like that in real words.  It’s pronounced “Jia’ai’r”.  Maybe there’s another character hidden under his pants and his name is Jerry.

加艾尔 - This is definitely supposed to be a name, those characters are not used like that in real words.  It’s pronounced “Jia’ai’r”.  Maybe there’s another character hidden under his pants and his name is Jerry.

力/恣/望 - Force/Self-determination/Hope知恵/勇 - Wisdom/Courage

力/恣/望 - Force/Self-determination/Hope

知恵/勇 - Wisdom/Courage

Translating this on request from a follower.  勇 derives from strength 力 (a pictograph of a tendon) and phonetic 甬 (a pictograph of a bell). It means “brave.” 

Translating this on request from a follower.  勇 derives from strength 力 (a pictograph of a tendon) and phonetic 甬 (a pictograph of a bell). It means “brave.” 

nakedguysforthesoul:

A bit too pretty for your own good you are. Other boys might get ideas about what to do with you.

Yes they should.  He’s got soul - 魂

nakedguysforthesoul:

A bit too pretty for your own good you are. Other boys might get ideas about what to do with you.

Yes they should.  He’s got soul - 魂

This is model Noah Elian, his tattoo means “family.”

This is model Noah Elian, his tattoo means “family.”

His tattoo in red looks like a cross between 長 and 表, but it’s too stylized for me to really tell for sure without higher resolution (or it’s just got some typos).  They both mean tons of different things depending on context, including for 長, chief, boss, elder, senior, grow, length, long, head, constant, etc., and for 表, table, list, surface, express, show, etc.

His tattoo in red looks like a cross between 長 and 表, but it’s too stylized for me to really tell for sure without higher resolution (or it’s just got some typos).  They both mean tons of different things depending on context, including for 長, chief, boss, elder, senior, grow, length, long, head, constant, etc., and for 表, table, list, surface, express, show, etc.

勢 - Primarily means force, influence, or potential, and is a pictograph of the cultivation of strength. Strength is the bottom portion (力 - a pictograph of a tendon).  Cultivation is on the top (埶), which itself is, on the left, a mound (坴 - a pictograph of an object rising from the earth 土, with more stuff rising on top of that) being worked on (丮 - a pictograph of a hand, 手, holding an object).   It also means male genitals.
子 - Primarily means child, son, small thing.  It’s a pictograph of a baby with hands.

勢 - Primarily means force, influence, or potential, and is a pictograph of the cultivation of strength. Strength is the bottom portion (力 - a pictograph of a tendon).  Cultivation is on the top (埶), which itself is, on the left, a mound (坴 - a pictograph of an object rising from the earth 土, with more stuff rising on top of that) being worked on (丮 - a pictograph of a hand, 手, holding an object).   It also means male genitals.

子 - Primarily means child, son, small thing.  It’s a pictograph of a baby with hands.

Follower asked for a translation of this one.  There are a lot of hot guys with tattoos that I don’t translate, usually because the resolution is too bad to clearly see (and my Chinese is too poor to recognize characters that are fuzzy). On this one, I can make out 志X救魂, which mean “will,” something, “rescue/save, and “soul.”

Follower asked for a translation of this one.  There are a lot of hot guys with tattoos that I don’t translate, usually because the resolution is too bad to clearly see (and my Chinese is too poor to recognize characters that are fuzzy). On this one, I can make out 志X救魂, which mean “will,” something, “rescue/save, and “soul.”

I’ve been a big fan of James Hamilton for his body, cock and a nice Cheshire Cat tattoo, but now I’m an admirer for those balls and the rough trade look.   Here are other hot Cheshire Cat bearers.

I’ve been a big fan of James Hamilton for his body, cock and a nice Cheshire Cat tattoo, but now I’m an admirer for those balls and the rough trade look.   Here are other hot Cheshire Cat bearers.

ονειρο μεγαλο - dream big

ονειρο μεγαλο - dream big

Follower asked about dancer and model Jason Beitel’s tattoo, 蟹座.  This means “Seat of the Crab,” and represents the Cancer zodiac sign.  Here are a few more hot photos of Cancers, including another photo of Jason with his hot Japanese script down his other side.

Follower asked about dancer and model Jason Beitel’s tattoo, 蟹座.  This means “Seat of the Crab,” and represents the Cancer zodiac sign.  Here are a few more hot photos of Cancers, including another photo of Jason with his hot Japanese script down his other side.

Gubgu asks what this means - The characters are 邰遐眺.  邰 is pronounced “tai” and is not generally used in modern Chinese.  遐 is pronounced “xia” and is also not generally used. 眺 means to gaze at, or vision, and is pronounced “tiao”.  Together, I’m not sure what this is supposed to mean, maybe a transliterated name?

Gubgu asks what this means - The characters are 邰遐眺.  邰 is pronounced “tai” and is not generally used in modern Chinese.  遐 is pronounced “xia” and is also not generally used. 眺 means to gaze at, or vision, and is pronounced “tiao”.  Together, I’m not sure what this is supposed to mean, maybe a transliterated name?

This tattoo reads 風水火氣, which means Feng Shui (literally, the “winds and waters”) and “Anger” (literally, “fire breath”).  I guess it’s an appropriate enough antonym set.
Interestingly, this is not an “elements” tattoo.  In Chinese, there are five elements, earth, fire, water, wood and metal - no air, precisely because they have 风 (feng) for the winds and 气 (qi) , which is most literally translated to air, has a more fundamental meaning of breath and energy in Chinese, which anyone who has seen a martial arts movie knows.

This tattoo reads 風水火氣, which means Feng Shui (literally, the “winds and waters”) and “Anger” (literally, “fire breath”).  I guess it’s an appropriate enough antonym set.

Interestingly, this is not an “elements” tattoo.  In Chinese, there are five elements, earth, fire, water, wood and metal - no air, precisely because they have 风 (feng) for the winds and 气 (qi) , which is most literally translated to air, has a more fundamental meaning of breath and energy in Chinese, which anyone who has seen a martial arts movie knows.

nakedguysforthesoul:
I want to suck on your balls and stroke your big shaft. :)
I want to take you back to the tattoo shop and get a cover up.  The first character is a typo with an extra line on the right, it should be 举, but in any event 举加联 doesn’t mean anything except maybe “Choose the League.”  Without the middle character, which is pronounced “jyah”, the characters 举联 are pronounced almost exactly like “Julian,” so throwing that in it’s some crazy “Jujyahlian” thing…..  Maybe supposed to be his name???

nakedguysforthesoul:

I want to suck on your balls and stroke your big shaft. :)

I want to take you back to the tattoo shop and get a cover up.  The first character is a typo with an extra line on the right, it should be 举, but in any event 举加联 doesn’t mean anything except maybe “Choose the League.”  Without the middle character, which is pronounced “jyah”, the characters 举联 are pronounced almost exactly like “Julian,” so throwing that in it’s some crazy “Jujyahlian” thing…..  Maybe supposed to be his name???

Follower asked me to translate this one, but not sure I can.  My guess is it says “Sun Bingtan [a name] loves Jiang [a surname].”  Or else it is “Sun Bingtan loves ginger.”  Or “Grandson Ice Charcoal Appears Loves Ginger.”  My Chinese is rusty, and given this is in traditional and abbreviated script, hard to tell for sure what he means it to mean.

Follower asked me to translate this one, but not sure I can.  My guess is it says “Sun Bingtan [a name] loves Jiang [a surname].”  Or else it is “Sun Bingtan loves ginger.”  Or “Grandson Ice Charcoal Appears Loves Ginger.”  My Chinese is rusty, and given this is in traditional and abbreviated script, hard to tell for sure what he means it to mean.