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7/5/11 10:43 P

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Hmmm maybe redo it in black or cover it in a darker color? Flowers are the big thing used to cover alot of tats up. I saw a few where a girl had covered her's with a heart. Maybe a phoenix or some sort of bird or animal you like. Just some ideas. Go with your gut.

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7/3/11 11:05 P

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Okay so My first tat was on my lower left side of my tummy, me second was on my right side of my tummy. Well, when I got prego the strechmarks messed up my first on up beyond repair. I loved that one, but now I gotta get it covered up. I have no idear what to get over it. I'm not big on flowers or butterflies or stuff like that. To give you an idea of what it was, it was a hot pink hatchetman about a little shorter then my index finger. My other tat is the wraith and I have one on my leg that is my son'f foot print. Any Ideas?

[Jamie Madrox]
Now ask yourself are there really things that go bump in the night
Or are we taught as children to have fright for things that might
Live or breath or might not even exist
Cause fear is a son of a bitch of man's myths
And his job is keeping the urban legends alive
By telling stories and enhancing em with devilish lies
So stay afraid of the many beings and strange things
That will live forever in folklore and remain to be seen


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