“I love them. They're body art. I don't think it's abnormal that someone who spends their life in other skins wants to claim their own by marking things on it that matter to them. My most recent is five vertical rows of ancient Cambodian script. It's on my back and looks very sacred," the Sun quoted Jolie as telling to an Australian magazine Post-Modern Ink.
The 'Salt" star also talked particularly about a dragon tattoo on her hip. “Getting my dragon was perhaps the biggest surprise. I was in Amsterdam and got a little crazy, dropping my pants at a tattoo parlour and woke up the next morning and saw this really funny dragon," Jolie said.
"I've always wanted a dragon but this one had a funny blue tongue. To me a dragon is very much a woman, strong and elegant," she added.