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Hey OSP...

Found u a tattoo...

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Thats pretty damn cool. I kinda want a tattoo.
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I've been toying with the idea of getting a biomechanical tat on my forearm in UV ink. LIke this one except on the bottom of my arm and biomechanical instead of skeletal.
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wow, that's cool ^^^^^^
what does it look like in regular light?

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wow, that's cool ^^^^^^
what does it look like in regular light?
if u cant see it that would be awesome!

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I've been toying with the idea of getting a biomechanical tat on my forearm in UV ink. LIke this one except on the bottom of my arm and biomechanical instead of skeletal.
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wow, that's cool ^^^^^^
what does it look like in regular light?
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if u cant see it that would be awesome!
unless youre a huge terminator fan i really dont see the point...
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,..THAT'S HELLA COOL
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unless youre a huge terminator fan i really dont see the point...
i wouldnt get one but it does look awesome

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i wouldnt get one but it does look awesome
yea it is cool, but it'd just end up in the pointless tattoo category IMO.
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it's cool but if i find myself running from the cops or in iraq that really wouldn't be a good idea cool though
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If i do end up getting a tattoo it wont be exposed when wearing a short sleeve shirt and shorts. It looks unprofessional IMO.
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If i do end up getting a tattoo it wont be exposed when wearing a short sleeve shirt and shorts. It looks unprofessional IMO.
um-if you're trying to be professional, why would you be wearing a short sleeve shirt and shorts? professional usually=suit, or atleast long sleeve collared shirt and slacks imo



a UV tat just above your junk that says stop staring and start sucking ("licking" 4 the ladies) would be pretty sweet- turn the black light on for the freaks, leave it off for the "sweet innocent girls"


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If i do end up getting a tattoo it wont be exposed when wearing a short sleeve shirt and shorts. It looks unprofessional IMO.
id hate for the company i work for to know i have a large tattoo on my forearm or someplace

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um-if you're trying to be professional, why would you be wearing a short sleeve shirt and shorts? professional usually=suit, or atleast long sleeve collared shirt and slacks imo
Because being professional doesn't happen solely in the workplace. How many business owners are successful that stay home all of the time. Not every time you go out into public you are going to be wearing a suit.
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thats cool, difference of opinion i guess. short sleeves dont = professional to me. even when not in the workplace.

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It's not that wearing a polo is professional, but you will be around the same high-level people as you work with.

Yeah, our views clash somewhat but I am kinda different from most people. My parents are small business owners and so I got into many arguments in school with people who said that work wasn't fair and whatnot. I also have my whole life pretty much planned out as far as a career. I am going to graduate from an Engineering school in 4-5 years, Work for someone else as an engineer for 10 years tops, then either own that business or start my own. I am also studying about stocks and property investment already at 18 years old.
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ok-get your badass sleeve for your 34rd bday

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