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Anyone Else Get Tattooed After Our Loss?

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I did.  I really wanted the logo but I couldn't forget about Smitty.  Gonna get the background white on 89 to give it a jersey look to it.

 

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I came in thinking by tattooed you meant piss drunk (because I did).

 

Look nice though,

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That's pretty cool. I'd already decided months ago that my birthday present to myself was going to be a new tattoo, and I couldn't decide between the Panthers' logo or the Thunder logo...so I decided on both! Got a month to go, so hopefully I can add Superbowl XLVIII Champions with it!!!

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i really hope that's not real

Why? I think it's sick.

I'm guessing you're too pussy or not old enough to get a tattoo, or both. Definitely both.

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Why? I think it's sick.

I'm guessing you're too pussy or not old enough to get a tattoo, or both. Definitely both.

why would anyone want that poo on their body for the rest of their life.  

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Why? I think it's sick.

I'm guessing you're too pussy or not old enough to get a tattoo, or both. Definitely both.

 

 

LOL "too pussy" to get a tattoo. Now, that's rich. 

 

Maybe he'd like to appear to have some sense. 

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I wouldn't get a tattoo but I have no problem with anyone that does.  Props to the OP, looks cool and will look even better when all is finished.

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Sports team logo tattoos: helping us determine trashiness since 1950

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