Ring around the Rosie
Have you ever heard of that well-known nursery rhyme? It’s a favorite of youngsters, and we’re sure you’ve sung it at least once as a youngster. Did you realize, however, that the meaning behind this nursery rhyme is quite cruel?
The roses are a code for deadly rashes, and the posies were supposed to be used as a preventative remedy. And, of course, when everyone falls down, it implies only one thing: death. So we believe that skeletons singing the rhyme in this tattoo is only more appropriate rather than toddlers.