This tattoo is red hot and looking to burn you when you touch it. At least that’s the way it looks like to me. Outrageous cherry tattoos are so eye appealing, I love how they have tons of color and the flame effect is beautiful. This reminds me of some of the art work I have seen on choppers and the bad boys that ride them. It’s almost to hot to handle and getting hotter by the minute. Yes this tattoo looks like it could scorch your eye brows if you got to close for a better look.
If your looking for something that will grab the ladies attention, cherry tattoos like this are just what you need. You put one of these bad boys on your arm or leg and here come the ladies wanting to talk and touch. I know one biker dude that has cherry tattoos up and down his arms in different designs and colors, they look totally awesome. They go with almost all styles of tattoos as long as they have lots of colors in them. If red hot is what you want, then get red hot cherry tattoos to go, they will look hot and make you look cool.
A popular tattoo choice among many younger women is the cherry tattoo. The cherry has come to represent feminine chastity and purity as the fruit ripens on the tree. Once plucked, however, a cherry represents the loss of innocence and virtue. A cherry tasted, its flesh pierced by appetite, is a virgin no more. A cherry surrounded in flames speaks of unquenchable desire, passion and lust. And a cherry tattoo where the fruit is surrounded by water is also symbolic of sexual desire and passion. The cherry tattoo is usually placed around the female genitalia, on the thigh or on occasion the breast. The name of the cherry comes originally from the Greek, and in Latin means ‘of or for the birds’, due to the birds’ obvious attraction to the fruit. Universally, the cherry is also said to be the fruit of heaven, and it is often used to symbolize beauty and love. Cherry tattoos when mixed with cherry blossoms make for some stunning and very symbolic art. The cherry tree was treasured around the Mediterranean and was a favorite fruit of the Greeks, Romans and Egyptians. Cherries were eaten as fruit, used in sauces for its sweetness when ripe and tartness when picked early.
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