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Okey, so 20yold guy leaving in Europe. Energetic, Crazy, Childish, Foolish, Lustful, Always searching for something new, Indecisive, loving changes.

I'm into partying, getting my heart broken ( lol )/love, poetry , psychology/manipulation of others , photography, hidden meanings ( I love those mystery situations / movies / people /etc. ). So I'm more of an artistic-kind of person! slightly losing my path from the real world.

I just made my second tattoo some days ago when I got kinda wasted from a 2day party..

I really love it, but I think it could have been better done.

If any of you have any ideas of how to improve it, I am all ears!

HERE's the pic:

Glad to be here, and share my skin with you!

Going on the 3rd tattoo. Decided on the tarot card "The fool" but with the fool and the dog made of bones ( @osteography ) .


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Anybody who lists "manipulation of others" as an interest sounds like a total douche.

Yes, cock punches all round.

And I don't mean punches with cocks, I mean punches to the painful cock area.

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    • yep. 4-6 weeks before you really know what you've got.  post a link to the person who you're looking at for re-working it. 
    • I'd wait until it's healed so you actually know what it's going to look like before I start looking at having it "fixed." How exactly is the other artist going to "fix" it? I've seen more tattoos that look worse after they are fixed than better.
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