Lohan's New Tattoos: What Do They Mean?

January 31, 2013

Once again, camera crews flooded a Los Angeles courthouse on Wednesday to get a glimpse of Linsday Lohan and learn her fate. But while we're usually enamored with what she wears to court, this time it was her two new cryptic arm tattoos that caught our eye. Since when did Lohan star quoting William Shakespeare?!

The 26-year-old embattled actress showed up for her hearing on Wednesday wearing a figure-hugging black shift dress that revealed a tattoo on her upper right arm of a triangle within a triangle with an inscription that read: "What dreams may come."

The line is taken from the famous "To be or not to be" monologue in Shakespeare's play Hamlet. The full line reads: "For in that sleep of death, what dreams may come."

But this wasn't the only new ink we noticed. There was another phrase found on Lohan's right hand below a red star that read in all caps: "I leave before being left. I decide." This is a quote from '50s model/actress Brigitte Bardot. 

RELATED VIDEO: Lohan Arrives to Court, Can You Spot the New Ink?

What do you think Lohan's new tattoos mean?


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