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Sumbeam
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24 Sep 2014 18:48
Like that Russ!
Seventyfour
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posted 24 Sep 2014 18:48, edited 24 Sep 2014 18:48
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Seventyfour
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24 Sep 2014 18:51
bigjus wrote: fucking awful ! would never do that to my body … looks just cheap ! sorry

Laughing out loud I'd love to know what expensive looks like
hate
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24 Sep 2014 18:58
looks great!
doug.
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24 Sep 2014 20:57
nice russ, how long that take?
Seventyfour
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24 Sep 2014 21:19
I was in there 5 hour or so but actual tattooing was 4 hour, and every second sucked Laughing out loud
leemac74
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24 Sep 2014 22:09
Looks classic!

russ74 = double hard barstard Cool
spitfiredealer
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25 Sep 2014 08:02
Dam Russ that must of sucked. i have been thinking about getting my chest done but dunno if i could handle it.
Seventyfour
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1 Oct 2014 17:38
To be honest it's not that bad, not as bad as ribs and love handles
Casper13
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1 Oct 2014 19:22
Did you get that from cult classic or the convention Russ? A friend has a piece from Steve Byrne possibly the best healed tattoo I have ever seen
Seventyfour
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1 Oct 2014 19:32
Cult Classic
HiFi
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1 Oct 2014 22:15
Nice one Russ. Pharaoh's horses on stomach next?
Noble Locks
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1 Oct 2014 22:21
Casper13 wrote: Did you get that from cult classic or the convention Russ? A friend has a piece from Steve Byrne possibly the best healed tattoo I have ever seen
Whats a 'healed' tattoo?
HiFi
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1 Oct 2014 22:41
'healed' Used in conjunction with punters that feel the need to show other punters that they know the difference between a healed tattoo and a fresh one. The implication being they know what they're talking about. Whilst this is seldom the case, the lesser spotted idiot tends not to know or care.

For further reading on what mongs say to impress other mongs on the internet regarding tattoos, see "solid" and "clean".
Noble Locks
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1 Oct 2014 22:47
Thought it might of been something like that. Wish people would just talk normal and stop this second language of the internet. I find it so corny.
Casper13
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1 Oct 2014 22:52
Just how it is after being on the skin for a while after it has settled in, he has a flaming skull that's about 4 years old now and looks pretty much the same as the day it was done.

Kadafi39
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1 Oct 2014 23:02
HiFi wrote: 'healed' Used in conjunction with punters that feel the need to show other punters that they know the difference between a healed tattoo and a fresh one. The implication being they know what they're talking about. Whilst this is seldom the case, the lesser spotted idiot tends not to know or care.

For further reading on what mongs say to impress other mongs on the internet regarding tattoos, see "solid" and "clean".

Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Laughing out loud Genuinely thought the same thing, but you definitely put it better.


Casper13 wrote: Just how it is after being on the skin for a while after it has settled in, he has a flaming skull that's about 4 years old now and looks pretty much the same as the day it was done.

you sort of implied it healed within a day and was "settled" in
Casper13
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1 Oct 2014 23:06
Thats not what I meant, apologies if it reads like that.
Noble Locks
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posted 1 Oct 2014 23:09, edited 1 Oct 2014 23:09
Fair enough, but none of them change when healed these days do they?
JacktheHat
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2 Oct 2014 07:16
Noble Locks wrote: Thought it might of been something like that. Wish people would just talk normal and stop this second language of the internet. I find it so corny.

Mayng Eye-wink