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Tattoo the Month contest - Hiatus

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Hey all, 

Due to the steep decrease in TotM submissions these last months we've decided to put the contest on hiatus for the time being. It might come back at some point, but as for now we're taking a break. Thanks to everyone who's submitted, commented and voted!

Sincerely

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