A Girl Who Is Deaf In One Ear Gets A Tattoo To Inform Strangers

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Your tattoo can not only be meaningful or simply aesthetic, it can also be functional. Imgurer raingoose has recently uploaded a photo of her minimalist tattoo of a muted speaker to show that she’s deaf in her left ear.

h/t: boredpanda

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“Since I’m deaf on one ear I thought this was a friendly to tell the world not talking to me from the left,” wrote raingoose.

Soon, she got a response from another user, pawsed, who got inked with a muted microphone for the same reason. Which tattoo is the best fit for the situation?

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