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Hey guys! I'm Wendy 23 years old. I worked as art painter for almost two years and now I decided to focus in tattoos.

I'm looking forward to have a good conversation with you and learned good stuffs about tattoos. :cool::D

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hey welcome man im here trying tto get some hints as well terible tattoo experiences and trying to get some help do research man.

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You don't share an IP by any chance, do you?!

I'm living with my brother and sisters there are Internet marketer dealing with online business. So I don't know how they set up our network setting or IP. Should I ask them? and what would be the proof that I am for real for this site?

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I'm living with my brother and sisters there are Internet marketer dealing with online business. So I don't know how they set up our network setting or IP. Should I ask them? and what would be the proof that I am for real for this site?

Now now don't mind me man. iam just making the conversation.

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