Miley Cyrus has gone and gotten herself yet another tattoo. This time the former Disney darling got a quote that is almost a century older than she is.
Apparently, Miley has a love for ink and wants to remember her favorite quotes. So when she stepped out with a new tattoo, all eyes were on her, trying to decipher what it says.
Looking closely, which many photogs did, you can see that the new ink is actually old. It's a quote from 1910 in which then President Teddy Roosevelt gave his "Citizen and Republic" speech in Paris.
"So that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat," it reads.
Is Miley trying to hint at something? It sure seems that way.
Here is how The Sun decipher's the quote :
"In a nutshell, the line refers to those who stand on the sidelines criticising others while never attempting anything of value themselves."
That being said, it seems like Miley Cyrus is trying to say that those who are criticizing her haven't attempted to do anything worthwhile with their lives.
What do you think of Miley's new ink? Is it a constant reminder that she's smart and actually did something with her life while her haters have done nothing but hate?
Does the quote have meaning to you?