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Bottom of Toe Tattoos

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I saw the cutest tattoo on the bottom of a toe awhile back of Hello Kitty:

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Ignore her rude gesture. I know tattoos on feet do not last and need retouching. I know they're great places for fun tattoos you don't want really as serious decorations on your corpus, but are fun and have meaning. I love kids, and I'm an Adventure Time fan. I adore dogs, and Jake. Anyone get one of these bad boys on the bottom of the big toe?

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The lines are simple and seeing that cute little face would cheer me up before long shifts putting my shoes on. Good idea? Bad idea?

I have size 7 US feet, ergo on the smaller, but not super small side. Any experience on pain and how they age? I don't have the greatest pain tolerance, but I can get through a four hour session with no more than the occasional "ouch," swearing, and moan. How quick does it wear and require a retouch?

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A coworker of mine has a simple fly on the bottom of her foot... and it looks very much like one of the black spots that gum turns into after it's been on the sidewalk for a few months. From what I understand that is the standard result of the bottom of the foot tattoo.

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21 minutes ago, Vanessa Rae said:

FIRST OFF, that's is my tattoo on my toe and F*** you for stealing it and F*** your comment about me flipping you off ya snotty piece of shit.

LOL  what did she steal ? all she said was it's a cute tattoo,

and besides,that was 6 years ago ,

I'm sure your toe tattoo fell out long ago. LOL

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