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Hello all,

 I've posted on here before but want to reintroduce myself to everyone. I'm thinking about getting a tattoo on my inner arm bicep area; tattoo lettering maybe script font or whatever font looks good. But I want to put these two words "Stay Positive". Do you think it's too cliche? or should I get something that has more meaning to it? Thanks for your help. 

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