You’re brave, girl!😉
oh pretty! Did it hurt?
congrats! It’s perfect on you!
All in one sitting too. Wow. you are Hard.Core!!!!!!!!!!
Wow! That looks painful. Must of took a lot of time too! My gosh….
What is the meaning behind it?
I love the title of the post – really describes it perfectly! I was like
Holy Sea Cow?…………..Oooohhhhh – a cross & a manatee – literally Holy Sea Cow
How long did it take? I’ve been wanting another tattoo for a couple years now, but they are so expensive!!! I never seem to have the extra dough sitting around. : /
Wow, great detail! May I ask the significance?
Nice! I don’t have any tattoos but think they are so cool. Deep down I kind of want to be a tattoo designer (like the one who makes the sketches).
Good for you!
A manatee! Awesome. I have those Vans too except mine are pink and brown.
awwwwwwwwww manatee!!!!!!! He’s so freaking cute!
Holyyy cow!!! Wow!!! Amazing~!
Awesome! It looks painful but worth it🙂 Cool!
you go girl! how long did that take?
yeah….not sure how comfortable i’d be with a dude wearing a “Beaver Patrol” hat touchin’ my legs!😉 just kidding!!
congrats on the new tat🙂
So unique! One of my cousins has narwhals on his chest… kind of reminds me of that🙂
I love tattoos!! I love ones that have meanings too… not just “walk into the tattoo parlor and pick”!!
can’t wait to hear the story behind this one!!🙂
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Woah- that’s cool! I like the progress pictures!
Is your leg really that huge?
You know I’m a big girl, Eddie!! lol!!! 😀
i think it rocks!!!❤
You’re so brave!
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