Who’s bought Ovid tattooed on their tummy? Who has the Track of Songs down their backbone? And whose tribute to her mom is in dangerous French?
Little doubt his thoughts is firmly on the rigours of the World Cup problem forward.
So maybe that’s why England footballer Ross Barkley has bought himself a relatively inspiring tattoo.
Quoting Aristotle, it reads: ‘No discover is taken of little evil, when it will increase it strikes the attention.’
And he’s not alone.
Different celebrities have equally profound citation tattoos — be they sayings from Confucius, strains of poetry, nice chunks of the Bible and even an excerpt from a speech by Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th U.S. president.
So — with the assistance of some background data from Alison Boshoff — are you able to match the relatively unlikely superstar to the tattoo?
See the remainder of the article and see what number of you’ll be able to guess.