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G'Day from down under

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Hey Guys, just a quick hello. I have been into tattoo's since I can remember, was a big metal fan growing up. I tried to get one at a young tender age at the end of a night out pretty drunk and thank the Norse god of thunder I didn't have enough cash in my wallet to get it (I think it was a yin yang symbol from memory). Got my fist one over 15 years ago in Melbourne and now have been getting work done around the Sydney area, firstly at inner vision and now at light house tattoo. Both upper arms done, (people call it a half sleeve, but I am not a fan of that jargon, a sleeve is a sleeve, no ifs or buts), right thigh is under way, 2 more sessions left... anywho, have a good one.

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