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Hello,

My name is Luke and I'm from Belfast, NI.

I honestly joined to get some advice in preparation for my second tattoo.

I got my first tattoo of a jolly roger about six years ago and thought that joining a site like this one would give me the kick up the arse I need to continue.

I hope to pick up a lot of ideas/tips here and perhaps make some friends along the way.

Thanks

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Hi Mate, im from the north coast of NI, nice to see another norn iron inkster.... who are you using for your work?

Hello,

My name is Luke and I'm from Belfast, NI.

I honestly joined to get some advice in preparation for my second tattoo.

I got my first tattoo of a jolly roger about six years ago and thought that joining a site like this one would give me the kick up the arse I need to continue.

I hope to pick up a lot of ideas/tips here and perhaps make some friends along the way.

Thanks

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