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SnowyPlover

Semi Formalish Introduction

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Greetings! I've been ghosting the forum for awhile now, learned lots and laughed some too.

I'm not new to tattoo, being an early adopter of the "lower back tattoo" in the early 90's. I had a few other pieces since then, with long lags in between, then kicked it up in the last year getting a 3/4 sleeve and sizable thigh piece. I have more in plans, of course. I have lots more to learn and hopefully, some to contribute.

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Welcome to LST, hope you enjoy your stay, and I'll look forward to reading your posts!

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Welcome! Nice intro to tattooing, too; the lower back was one of the the worst spots of all for me. :)

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Thanks everyone!

I don't think I was the best sitter for that lower back tattoo....

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