Hello all, newbie here

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What's up everyone? My names Ken.

New to the site, looks like a good community though! So I've had some work done and have slowly become addicted to the art, process, and culture behind tattooing and that's how I ended up here.

Keeping it short and simple :)

Hopefully my edit works. The arm tattoo was my first I love it but sadly it get confused for a bar code 9 times out of 10. Its actually Morse code that read Jonas my son.

The two zen circle represent a moment in life, both good luck or bad luck. Balancing my karma I like to think.

However black cat is my nickname at the railroad cause bad stuff always goes down when I'm working, but its all good.

Be safe,


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