Wuzzup everybody, it's me - Jack and I'm glad to be here!

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So yeah, I'm here for the first time, trying to find new motifs, meet new people, share some ink with everybody.

As for the main reason I'm here - the tattoos, the ideas and blah blah, I was basicly among those people who always wanted to get a badass tattoo and had no opportunity for it.

And it was the reason for years, but now is the time and I recently booked a great local artist - a friend of a friend of mine, and soon I will be joining the community.

My idea is a big big bear on my ribs, and I wanna know that you think about that?

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Ribs is a bold move for a first, painwise. If you really want it, and you have confidence in the artist and your ability to sit for a big painful piece, then go for it!

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