Tattoo ideas for moms tattoo

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Mahal kita means I love you in Tagalog . I would put this somewhere on my arm . Or near the heart beat tat. This would be for my mom even though she hates tats I will always love her :) Future Tattoos, Tattoos For Guys, Tattoos Pics, Tatoos, Mahal Kita, Filipino Tribal Tattoos, Philippine Women, Filipino Culture, Piercings For Girls

Mahal kita means I love you in Tagalog . I would put this somewhere on my arm ... Or near the heart beat tat. This would be for my mom even though she hates tats I will always love her :) #tattoo #tattoodesign #filipino

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