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Tattoo of the month - POLL - November 2016 (PANTHERS)

Tattoo of the month - POLL - November 2016 (PANTHERS)  

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Not sure if this is the best way to do the voting, but let's give it a shot. 

One vote per member! The voting will close on the 27th of the month. 

 

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18 minutes ago, Iwar said:

@AverageJer Thanks man. I think you voted three times by the way. One on each panel. I had to make three since there was a max limit of 5 "questions" per poll.

Yeah, it would't let me submit my vote until I entered one in every panel so I thought maybe it was a tournament. 

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13 minutes ago, AverageJer said:

Yeah, it would't let me submit my vote until I entered one in every panel so I thought maybe it was a tournament. 

Damn! I'll have to figure out another way to do this then. Sorry!

Edit: Okay, so zeroed out you vote and changed up the poll. Please submit your vote again @AverageJer 

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31 minutes ago, Iwar said:

Damn! I'll have to figure out another way to do this then. Sorry!

Edit: Okay, so zeroed out you vote and changed up the poll. Please submit your vote again @AverageJer 

works fine for me :)

or maybe not :(

ok so you have to bullet hole all the " Check this if you voted in another panel! " in all the other panels plus the vote you want  then submit.

 

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The winner of Tattoo of the month November is @havetsherre with this insanely awesome panther tattoo by Steve Byrne. Congrats!! 

The next contest will be announced on the 1st of December! (also, the polling will be much easier, I promise) 

Big thanks to everyone who contributed this month!!

 

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The South and its burning roses. I have a snake, with three drops of blood, too. And a missing blood drop, for that matter. I think it went to the Midwest.

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