Cuoco Covered Her Wedding Date Tattoo: Should she have left it uncovered in hopes for reconciliation?

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  • Cuoco's new tattoo is a good, healthy decision

    Kaley Cuoco made a good decision to cover up her wedding date tattoo, because it is important to move on from futile relationships. Cuoco stated that she was in a much better place than she had been a year ago, which shows that moving on has been good for her.

  • Kaley Cuoco Wedding Tattoo

    Kaley Cuoco decided to cover up her tattoo that had the roman numerals of her wedding date tattoo after her seperation from her husband. I think that she should have done whatever she wanted to do with her tattoo. It's her tattoo. I also think this pretty much put the nail in the coffin for her marriage.

  • If It's Over It's Over

    She doesn't owe her husband anything (including spousal support). It doesn't matter what of his she got tattooed to herself. She shouldn't have to look at it everyday. She already knows that it was there in the first place. It was a gigantic mistake. If she wants to over it, she has the right to.

  • Kudos to Kaley!

    I agree with Kayley Cuoco's decision to cover up her wedding date tattoo. It is a painful reminder to a failed relationship. While there may be a possibility of reconciliation, that wedding date is now irrelevant. By covering it up, it is one less thing holding her back from moving forward with her life.

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