There's no doubt about it: Brad Pitt has an affinity for body art. In terms of celebrity tattoos, he and his longtime partner, Angelina Jolie, are some of the most inked up A-listers in existence. Still, it's always somewhat surprising when stars add yet another etching to their already extensive collections. Will they ever run out of skin to emblazon – and moreover, will they ever experience some tattoo regret with so many designs?

When Pitt was out on his balcony in New Orleans conversing with friend and Oscar-winner Matthew McConaughey, he raised his hand and revealed a new tatt on his torso as well as another fresh one on his right bicep. No one was certain at first what the torso design was – some speculated that it looked like a series of black bars, while others insisted it was the letter "A," The Daily Mail reported. This prompted many to wonder whether or not his ink was dedicated to his fiancée. However, the arm design was far easier to figure out. The etching reads: "There exists a field, beyond all notions of right and wrong. I will meet you there."  According to The Daily Mail, it's a version of an excerpt of a poem by Jalal ad-Din Rumi.

Interestingly, word broke from Radar Online recently that Pitt and Jolie were both thinking of getting corresponding tatts before they tied the knot. Could this "A" be his way of honoring Angelina – and if so, does she have a "B" somewhere on her skin?

Already, Pitt sports a caveman design on his left arm, Jolie's birth date in Khmer on his stomach, and one of Oetzi the caveman from the Ice Age. He also has the first letters of each of his kids' names emblazoned on his wrist. Meanwhile, Jolie has a slew of etchings, including a tiger on her lower back and the geographical coordinates of her children's birthplaces.

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