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PandaNYR

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Hey guys, just about to get my first (of many) tattoos and wanted to join a group where I could get the best advice

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Welcome, Panda!

Sorry it took so long for any of us surly bastards to notice your post-no excuse!

So, let's hear about your tattoo plans?!

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