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sup from san francisco everyone. been lurkin here for a while. figured its about time i made an account.

have an appointment with austin maples at idlehand tomorrow and am reading all your tattoo experiences again in anticipation.

still have yet to put together some references, but im grabbing a b&g dagger stabbing a globe. best one i've found that kinda suits me is one from rich hadley: 10844156_585515148260665_1675785021_n.jpg

anyone got similar ones to share? dont want a butterfly in mine, but i do wanna add something else to it so its not so plain. any ideas? cheers guys!

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Just let Austin run with it, you'll end up with a fantastic tattoo either way. The dude slays.

Also hello and welcome to LST!

hahaha yeah youre right. and thanks! full disclosure: i follow ya on IG & dig yer stuff.

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