I have been a big fan of tatoo inks since I was a small kid.When I was three years old I remember viewing my father with his cool Spiderman tattoo.From there I realized I would want tattoos my entire life.I received my very first tattoo at five years old,my 2nd at 8,and my third at 11- although they were fake,I still adored them.Once I started getting fake Spiderman,Batman,and anything I could find for free tattoos- I was addicted.
My most favorite tattooing ink was a unicorn riding a subway sandwich, in reverse.I had that tattoo replicated on a printing machine- like a copier,but only for tattoos- and I put my unicorn tattoo on daily.Until one day I was riding my three wheeled bicycle down the street and ran over a banana- I fell so hard that it knocked the living daylights out of me and even blurred my tattoo.From that day forwards I realize I could not wear childish phony tattoo inks.I rode my unicorn directly over to the tattoo parlor and asked them to give me the coolest tattoo possible.The guy working there said that the most popular one was tribal- I got the most wicked bad to the bone a tattooing inks ever.Now I have got cool tribal all around my face and arms.Its permanent so I enjoy it much more. I'm thinking about getting some barbed wire about my wrists- that way it seems like I have escaped from a barbed wire producing factory.
Back on track- I am now a tattooing inks artisan. I actually do a lot of cool tattoos inks, of monsters, robots, busses,and wildlife.I absolutely love tattooing inks photos of dogs- they're so cute, cuddly, and very fast. I like to sketch and create my own crossbreed dogs.I once did a tattooing ink of a dog shaped like a turkey that howled like a monkey- the individual was so excited they gave me a tip of $5. I used the $5 to purchase some fake tattoos at a vending machine.I got the coolest stars and unicorns.I spent all of my $5 on the tattoo inks and didn't have enough money to buy lunch,so I had to eat food from a dumpster that day but I got super bad a tattoo inks.I sometimes take all the individual tattoos inks and piece them into one big a tattoo.When people come into my shop- I pinch them so they think they are getting tattooed but really I am just applying a fake tattooing inks Suckers.
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