mitchb25

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Hey everyone I'm Mitch! I'm 19 years old and from Australia. I joined this forum to meet sick people that have the same amount of fascination as me and to see all the different tattoos that people have around the world 

I currently have reasonably sized tattoos on my arms and thigh. The only reason I'm not covered from head to toe yet is because I'm not making enough money at the moment hahah 

I'm planning on joining the army for a few years, so I have to be careful with my tattoo placement for now, but I'm hoping on making a career in the fire brigade after the army, so that gives me a chance to get my hands and neck worked on which is a bonus hahaha.

Hit me up guys, whoever you are! I'm keen to see all the tattoos from around the world

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G'day Mitch. From Australia as well mate. Welcome to this faaarkin awesome site.

Good career goals there, good luck with all that.

No need to plaster yourself head to toe, neck to hands too quick. Enjoy becoming heavily tattooed over the course of your lifetime, as you grow, learn and live life's experience. Your collection will then become a story of your life rather than a quick race to the finish line.

You'll learn a lot here.

Now, show us some of these tattoos you speak of.

Cheers.

"Booze, Blues & Tattoos"

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You guys are exactly right, you don't wanna run out of room when you still have many years left of life haha. I'm all about tattoos that represent certain things about yourself and your experience. I'm currently starting a Celtic sleeve to represent the Irish in my blood. I love the old school designs too though, which I'm planning on getting my left arm done in that style. I'd love to see your tattoos guys! post-51820-146168872624_thumb.jpg

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