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cervixalot

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Hey guys, my name is Andrew I'm currently living and getting tattooed in Richmond Virginia. Loved the artist interviews and just recently found out about the forums, can't wait to start posting.

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Thanks for the welcome man! If I had the money I would, being broke does not lend itself well to getting tattooed. Although I do have an appointment to get my knee done in the beginning of December so I guess I can't complain too much.

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I want to get an all seeing eye with some roses on either side. Although I am worried about how hard it'll be to get straight lines on the kneecap (not that I don't trust my artist, just a general concern).

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