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    beez got a reaction from Illiad86 in Bodysuit dirty details: ass crack, inner thighs and crotch.   
    Horitoshi family has you pull your knees up to your chest to really get that stretch and get in there when the time comes. Cannonball style!
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    beez got a reaction from Hands On in LST Animal Lovers   
    Chuuuuck!

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    beez got a reaction from InkedMumma in Thinking about tattooing my fat belly. Good/bad idea?   
    @Musashi DO IT! I know I'm late to the party but trust me, you'll love yourself (fatty or no!) more with an awesome tattoo on you.  Also subconsciously you just told yourself that you and your body are worth an aesthetic treat, which goes a long way for long lasting self esteem, in my humble and personal experience.  
    I disagree with the poster who said not to tattoo the tummy because it could change.  Your whole body will change over your whole life.  Don't wait. Live for now.  DO IT!
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    beez got a reaction from cltattooing in Munewari on women   
    Hi All!
    I really like the look of well-executed munewari. I have only seen it on men and a few smaller breasted women.  As a larger breasted woman I am interested to see how munewari reads on...big boobs.  So.  To that end, does anyone have pictures to share? (lol good thing i've been here before because that ALMOST sounds creepy). Anyway, pictures of women, preferably with larger breasts, with munewari to the nipple.  (definitely sounds creepy. but i'm doing it for the tattoos guys!)
    Thaaaankkks!
    beez
    (ps SF peeps, think i'll be down in the last half of august for tattoo!)
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    beez got a reaction from polliwog in Fat people with tattoos: Your thoughts   
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    beez got a reaction from 9Years in Munewari on women   
    Hi All!
    I really like the look of well-executed munewari. I have only seen it on men and a few smaller breasted women.  As a larger breasted woman I am interested to see how munewari reads on...big boobs.  So.  To that end, does anyone have pictures to share? (lol good thing i've been here before because that ALMOST sounds creepy). Anyway, pictures of women, preferably with larger breasts, with munewari to the nipple.  (definitely sounds creepy. but i'm doing it for the tattoos guys!)
    Thaaaankkks!
    beez
    (ps SF peeps, think i'll be down in the last half of august for tattoo!)
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    beez reacted to bongsau in dagger tattoo question   
    Steve Batt (Edmonton, AB's favourite ghost tattooer)
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    beez reacted to Gingerninja in dagger tattoo question   
    I'm pretty much in the large dagger category. :)

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    beez reacted to Colored Guy in How do you react to stares??????   
    I came from a rough background, drinking & drugs (don't ask what I did for a living between 1977 and 1981), fixing cars for a living, motorcycles, street racing and ultimately stock cars. So a lot of people I knew had tattoos and it was totally accepted. I was the first with big pieces done. With all I went through with some really close calls, I still give my wife (RIP) credit for saving my life.
    Now I'm 61, 6' tall, 255 lbs and am in the gym 3 days most weeks, I'm kind of hard to miss. As I said earlier, people now look the other way and give me lots of room. Partly which is fine since I pretty much keep to myself when I'm out and about. It does bug me how quickly others judge, I'm actually pretty nice most of the time.
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    beez reacted to marley mission in Sierpinski Triangle (Fractal)   
    you're not gonna know cost until you talk to an artist
    finding the right artist should be your first priority
    then discuss your budget with said artist
    and go from there
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    beez reacted to zetroc in Sierpinski Triangle (Fractal)   
    "It depends"
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    beez reacted to ironchef in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    This is a piece by Justin Weatherholtz at Kings Avenue. I saw it in person. Basically, this client had an acne issue and went to a dermatologist for an acne treatment shot. Problem was he turned out to be allergic to the medication and it scarred up the acne pretty badly. Justin tattooed in the scars and used the texture of the scarred skin to create an almost 3D effect. The blacks/greys in the water....that's scar dimpling and cavities that got filled in.

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    beez got a reaction from Fala in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    @polliwog LOL once you get the tattooer excited it's on!! My next session with Junii is Aug 26th.  Stoked! I also plan to be down for the convention again this year.  (hmm i should see if that thread's been started...;p)
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    beez got a reaction from Pete tattoo freak in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    @polliwog LOL once you get the tattooer excited it's on!! My next session with Junii is Aug 26th.  Stoked! I also plan to be down for the convention again this year.  (hmm i should see if that thread's been started...;p)
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    beez reacted to sophistre in The ladies thread   
    I would not. The laser works the same way on your hair follicles that it works on tattoos...it interacts with the pigment.
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    beez reacted to Gingerninja in Pagoda City Tattoo Fest 2016   
    Thanks @Mark Bee and @Devious6!  I have emails out to a few folks. I doubt I'll get in with someone that I want but it never hurts to ask, right? I'm there for the entire duration since I'm in Philly the week before and have to be in Virginia the following Monday. Light a candle for me.
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    beez reacted to Hogrider in Canadians, eh?   
    My brother and I rode our motorcycles from DC to Alaska and back a few weeks ago. We spent a chunk of the time riding across Canada. First of all, the Canadian people are really friendly. I love America, but I'm jealous of that. Second, there wasn't a day that went by that at least one person didn't come up and talk to me about my tattoos. Usually multiple times a day, when we stopped for gas or something to eat. I think my brother (inkless) was starting to get tired of it!
    Lots of nice people, but I didn't see many people with a lot of tattoos up there, even the people that came up to talk to me. Usually a small tattoo or two.
    A beautiful country, I encourage everyone to go.
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    beez reacted to polliwog in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    I compulsively edit EVERYTHING. Good on you for not doing that.
    Re birds, it would be a full back, butt included. Probably a long ways off but I sort of accidentally got a tattooer excited about it. And thank you! I am such a fan of your ongoing Diamond Club back and everything else tattoo!
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    beez reacted to polliwog in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    I also really relate to everything you said there. 
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    beez got a reaction from Devious6 in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    @HettyKet, who did that incredibly rad stomach tattoo! Love it!!! 
    @polliwog from my experience, every spot that was a bad spot suddenly disappeared once i tattooed over it. It's really strange because i definitely did not start getting tattooed with the idea that I would take control over my body image or whatever.  I definitely had this horrible feeling like what the hell was i doing to myself, why wasn't i more mature, how dare I mess up what little beauty has been given to me, blah blah blah - i mean I went through every part of self-recrimination there was (those thoughts are only a little part of it!). 
    In any event, what happened was that though I was terribly nervous about finally getting tattooed, and thought every person in the world would judge me as an uggo trying to be pretty (i do NOT think like this now but I'm just saying I had a really fucked up point of view over a decade ago!!!) (my parents were super judgmental of other people which is why I thought everyone thought that way!! also told my sister and i to lose weight constantly - seriously, if you're parents please be kind to your daughters when they are 10 and under (and over)) - once I started getting tattooed regularly all of that stuff just fell away. (tattoo = jedi mind trick?) (also we are talking about a time period that spans two decades soooo)
    TL;DR - there are no bad spots once you get them tattooed.  
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    beez got a reaction from Graeme in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    @HettyKet, who did that incredibly rad stomach tattoo! Love it!!! 
    @polliwog from my experience, every spot that was a bad spot suddenly disappeared once i tattooed over it. It's really strange because i definitely did not start getting tattooed with the idea that I would take control over my body image or whatever.  I definitely had this horrible feeling like what the hell was i doing to myself, why wasn't i more mature, how dare I mess up what little beauty has been given to me, blah blah blah - i mean I went through every part of self-recrimination there was (those thoughts are only a little part of it!). 
    In any event, what happened was that though I was terribly nervous about finally getting tattooed, and thought every person in the world would judge me as an uggo trying to be pretty (i do NOT think like this now but I'm just saying I had a really fucked up point of view over a decade ago!!!) (my parents were super judgmental of other people which is why I thought everyone thought that way!! also told my sister and i to lose weight constantly - seriously, if you're parents please be kind to your daughters when they are 10 and under (and over)) - once I started getting tattooed regularly all of that stuff just fell away. (tattoo = jedi mind trick?) (also we are talking about a time period that spans two decades soooo)
    TL;DR - there are no bad spots once you get them tattooed.  
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    beez got a reaction from polliwog in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    I actually re read the thread after I posted earlier and saw that but then decided against compulsively re-editing everything - my bad for not reading everything first!
    Exciting re the birds - good luck with the skin healing! I know what it's like to fight those compulsions.  Where on the back are you thinking? Your tattoos are coming along really nicely!!
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    beez reacted to HettyKet in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    Exactly. Is amazing stuff. No wonder we've been using it for healing for centuries eh ;) 
    Belly (and the rest) are by this most excellent chap: https://www.instagram.com/willem666/ 
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    beez got a reaction from polliwog in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    @HettyKet, who did that incredibly rad stomach tattoo! Love it!!! 
    @polliwog from my experience, every spot that was a bad spot suddenly disappeared once i tattooed over it. It's really strange because i definitely did not start getting tattooed with the idea that I would take control over my body image or whatever.  I definitely had this horrible feeling like what the hell was i doing to myself, why wasn't i more mature, how dare I mess up what little beauty has been given to me, blah blah blah - i mean I went through every part of self-recrimination there was (those thoughts are only a little part of it!). 
    In any event, what happened was that though I was terribly nervous about finally getting tattooed, and thought every person in the world would judge me as an uggo trying to be pretty (i do NOT think like this now but I'm just saying I had a really fucked up point of view over a decade ago!!!) (my parents were super judgmental of other people which is why I thought everyone thought that way!! also told my sister and i to lose weight constantly - seriously, if you're parents please be kind to your daughters when they are 10 and under (and over)) - once I started getting tattooed regularly all of that stuff just fell away. (tattoo = jedi mind trick?) (also we are talking about a time period that spans two decades soooo)
    TL;DR - there are no bad spots once you get them tattooed.  
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    beez got a reaction from HettyKet in Our Imperfect Skin: Scars, Stretch Marks, And More   
    @HettyKet, who did that incredibly rad stomach tattoo! Love it!!! 
    @polliwog from my experience, every spot that was a bad spot suddenly disappeared once i tattooed over it. It's really strange because i definitely did not start getting tattooed with the idea that I would take control over my body image or whatever.  I definitely had this horrible feeling like what the hell was i doing to myself, why wasn't i more mature, how dare I mess up what little beauty has been given to me, blah blah blah - i mean I went through every part of self-recrimination there was (those thoughts are only a little part of it!). 
    In any event, what happened was that though I was terribly nervous about finally getting tattooed, and thought every person in the world would judge me as an uggo trying to be pretty (i do NOT think like this now but I'm just saying I had a really fucked up point of view over a decade ago!!!) (my parents were super judgmental of other people which is why I thought everyone thought that way!! also told my sister and i to lose weight constantly - seriously, if you're parents please be kind to your daughters when they are 10 and under (and over)) - once I started getting tattooed regularly all of that stuff just fell away. (tattoo = jedi mind trick?) (also we are talking about a time period that spans two decades soooo)
    TL;DR - there are no bad spots once you get them tattooed.  
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