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I would totally get down on some Wu-Tang Pizza!!!

Here's a board I recently spraypainted/sharpied of ODB

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That Ghost Busters and Jesus picture is pretty amazing too

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That Ghost Busters and Jesus picture is pretty amazing too

That deck is incredible. I miss ODB more and more with every passing day

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hahaha......keep the laughs with photos coming. I think I want a portrait of the boy in the green sweater for my next tattoo.

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