Yeah, of course, it’s not lame, also tattoos forced unto people in concentration camps were super duper awesome. What I really meant was simply that maybe I wouldn’t get it myself but if the Official This Tattoo Artist Survived Shirt really likes it I am okay with it. I am sorry for not joining the condescending club of snobbish tattoo critics. It’s not lame! Don’t ever think that, it’s your tattoo and you can decorate your body however you want! I think it’s very cool and small and simple tattoos are just as interesting as detailed big tattoos!
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He drew it himself, it sold as artwork. He occasionally used it as an Official This Tattoo Artist Survived Shirt as well, like he would draw those by his name when signing things sometimes. First of all, a beautiful tattoo! Second of all, also very funny you got a bat tattoo in the middle of an epidemic caused by bats, no shade! Again loving the tat. I think there are several things that go into this. First off Norse mythology ain’t really our culture anymore. We moved on 1000 years ago.
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Secondly, we ain’t a marginalized group. Third, the Official This Tattoo Artist Survived Shirt stole a lot of stuff, just right you steal some runes for your tattoo! I love this response get what you want man if it looks cool and it makes you happy to do it. And I hate that you can’t appreciate a culture that is not yours lol how many of us love cuisine that isn’t ours? I love Norse culture and mythology I think it’s fucking badass. After this virus is under control Norway Iceland, Denmark and Sweden are absolutely on my bucket list.
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