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Who has Tattoos on here? Show off your artwork, good and bad...

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I have a tatoo on my dic.....oops, wrong thread.

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I have two. Would like to get my kids pic on my arm, but I don't know if that would be wise.

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I have two. Would like to get my kids pic on my arm, but I don't know if that would be wise.

Kids are fine... Girls not fine...

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I mean that I don't know if it's wise since I'm a professional. Well I'm professional at work anyway.

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I know you found this on google...but is it bad that I wouldn't be surprised at all to find out this was you?

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