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n1472400181_30073247_9120 ahaha. i love

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ahaha. i love this picture. i didn't even know it was taken. is so us though.
 By Dave Kruseman


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By Dave Kruseman Forever Yours Tattoo Gallery 8412 Grady Street Douglasville, GA 30134 (770) 489-1699
Li Village Weavers - Hainan Tattooed women weave

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Tattooed women weave traditional clothing. Remote Li Village - Hainan Island, May, 2011.
Skull Cluster Wrist tattoo inspired

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Wrist tattoo inspired by the Catacombs of Paris. Obviously unfinished. One of my most painful tattoos ever!
I cut my own hair again. It's interesting how

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It's interesting how jealousy can cause me to make changes in my life. In this case, I felt ugly, so I made the change to a different hairstyle to attempt and feel sexier. Not sure if it's working, but I needed a change.
Hanakapi'ai Valley Hike

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Ready or Not Can Happen.... !

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Can Happen.... !
Bring The Pain This one really

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This one really hurt.
Chris sleeve hand granade Tattoo done at

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Tattoo done at Red Dog Tattoo, Benalmadena Costa, Malaga, spain
SXSW 2009 SXSW 2009 -

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SXSW 2009 - 6th Street - Pulp Fiction Tattoo Photo by Bill Oriani

Three random tattoo ideas

Tattoo Sessão de tattoo

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Sessão de tattoo no meu chapa Donald. Trampo feito no camarada Fernando, do Índios MC
Skeletal Dragon Original art by

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Original art by Sherrie Thai of Shaire Productions.
Flatiron Building aka Fuller Building This is the

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This is the location from where I took the photo for my Nike Air Max Skyline "Max Orange". The building in the background is the "Flatiron Building aka Fuller building" located on Broadway and 23rd street. This is considered to be the first skyscraper (one of the first buildings to also use a steel skeleton) ever built originally in 1902 and designed by Daniel Burnham. To me, It looks like a triangle expanding down. Pretty cool architecture.