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c.dawg 
Posted: 10-Apr-2007, 05:40 PM
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I'm really looking into getting a tattoo
and i want it to say "It's all for you"
in Irish Gaelic so I was wondering if someone
could help me with the translation.
Please... someone?
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Muircheartach 
Posted: 10-Apr-2007, 09:46 PM
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Hello and welcome to Celtic Radio, Claire!

Unfortunately, I can't perform the translation for you - although I'm sure someone here can. However, and I know that you don't really want to hear this (nor does anyone associated with Celtic Radio who has tattoos), but at such a young age, are you really sure you want to get a tattoo? I know others at this site that have shown off their work and are all for it, but I also know of a person who worked with me two years ago who went to get the name of his newborn son tattooed onto his forearm by a reputable "tattoo artist", and contracted blood poisoning and died. I didn't think that was possible these days, but it still is.

I know that you probably feel that you don't need someone you never met telling you what to do - which I'm not - but I am asking that you reconsider your decision.

Wishing you the best!


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Posted: 10-Apr-2007, 10:53 PM
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Hallo C.Dawg,

I am a Tattoo Artist and I always tell my clients to truly think about what they are getting and why before they get it but I would never discurage you from getting a tattoo.

I am learning Scotish Gaelic and if you go to the Celtic Language fourm you will find an irish section there that might help you in your quest.

Good Luck biggrin.gif


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Posted: 10-Apr-2007, 10:54 PM
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QUOTE (Muircheartach @ 10-Apr-2007, 09:46 PM)
I know that you probably feel that you don't need someone you never met telling you what to do - which I'm not - but I am asking that you reconsider your decision.

Wishing you the best!

Yes, someone here will probably know how to help you find what you need. In fact I'm sending a query to a lad in Dublin I know who knows Irish -- could be a while before he answers, but I'll try. But yeah -- there's some risk, Muirch is right. Do be careful and make sure the place is very clean, ask around, ask if the needles are disposable (which they should be -- one-time use only) and stuff like that.

I suppose it's no use to mention you want to be sure about who it's "all for"? smile.gif
Good luck with it sweetheart. I'll try to get back with some info.
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