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well, im thinking about getting another tattoo, and i think i want a tribal type thing on my left arm (going from my upper shoulder near my delt's and like 3/4 of the way down my bicep)

i already have one on my right arm of a cross with a latin inscription

u guys got any pics of ur tattoos?

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No pics yet but Ill get some. I have a "celtic" cross between my shoulder blades. I DESPERATLY want some more Tats. I just feel like Im too scrawny to get any like BAD a** tats. Im just stuck on a place to get my next one. I don't want it something that is too noticable but not to either.

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no pics of mine, but it is sweet, to me anyway its a tribal with ivy and stuff...i love the tribals, i got hubby one when I got mine, his is huge across his back and shoulders, but very unobtrusive, unless he takes his shirt off you cant ever see it...
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Yeah, I'll post my three when I get home tonight. Pics are on the home computer. I have three and am going to get a 4th to complete the partial sleeve. The existing tatoo's will be conected with some scrollwork... haven't decided exactly what yet though.
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here's a pic of my tribal butterfly. it was my first, just got it this year.
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here's a pic of my tribal butterfly. it was my first, just got it this year.
like i said when you got it, i just love that, b-flies arent my thing, but that is beautiful!
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here's a pic of my tribal butterfly. it was my first, just got it this year.
I like that!!

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like i said when you got it, i just love that, b-flies arent my thing, but that is beautiful!
thanks. i am sooo glad i did, and glad i waited so long too. i still love it, and by waiting to do it i am pretty sure i will never grow to regret it.

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no pics of mine, but it is sweet, to me anyway its a tribal with ivy and stuff.
So do we get to see a pic or is it in a place that would make it....not TWF appropriate? LOL

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So do we get to see a pic or is it in a place that would make it....not TWF appropriate? LOL
LOL, right about the time i get around to the pics of me with my jacket on nah, its work safe, its a "tramp stamp" to use current terminology, i needed it somewhere you would never see it in a professional environment...that was the place for me!! maybe I can get around to it later...
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yea i kinda want somthing like this



but like with somthing in the middle of it, and i kinda want it to go further back around my arm as well....i just dont no what i want in the middle tho..decisions decisions

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Keep it true to Tribal if you do. They're stylized but still represent something. Get a Tribal style tatoo, but it should still represent something important to you (the whole totem type idea)... Have the abstract lines work into a Tribalized MC or some other major interest in your life.
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LOL, right about the time i get around to the pics of me with my jacket on nah, its work safe, its a "tramp stamp" to use current terminology, i needed it somewhere you would never see it in a professional environment...that was the place for me!! maybe I can get around to it later...
Personally I think Jealous females are the ones that came up with the phrase "tramp stamp" girls who really wanted one but didn't have the courage to do it. cause MOST guys Ive talked to think they are SEXY!!! yes they are very common but so are blue jeans but no one calls people tramps for wearing them. Ok that might be a poor comparison but ya know what I mean. I really like "tramp stamps" as long as they aren't HUGE.

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well im pretty religious, im in the military....hmmmm

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Speaking of tramp stamps Clicky

OOOO watch the last one guys

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yea i kinda want somthing like this



but like with somthing in the middle of it, and i kinda want it to go further back around my arm as well....i just dont no what i want in the middle tho..decisions decisions

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I like it man. I agree with it wrapping farther around the back of your arm, Even though it will hurt a little more on the tender skin on your tricep. But youre tough. LOL. I personally would have it "thinnned" out a little I don't like when they are so thick but thats just a personal opinion. You could try to work you name into it somehow. Maybe running vertically down your tricep worked into the tribal design. just a thought

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i like the idea of my name down my tricep....i like it alot, i also like the lines thick though

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Speaking from experience, it hurts more closer to the bone. Rolling to the bicep won't hurt much, rolling to the tricep and closer the the main bone. More pain.
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i just love tribal tattoos! they are !!

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tattoos are also $$$$$$$$$$$$

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