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Quick question... Did you fail nutrisystem or Nutrisystem? Thanks in advance for any comment. Another quick question... 8 hours of line work so far. The black "tribal" stuff that I got when I was young and cared more about getting tattoos than what I was actually getting are getting covered up. Stay tuned, color will start getting added in a few weeks..

So else has got some ink around here? Lets see what ya got, here's my project so far...

asked Apr 21 at 18:15

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Good question... I dunno what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an good answer. You should email the people at Nutrisystem as they probably can answer it..

answered Apr 21 at 19:39

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Jillian
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Wow, that is going to be one nice piece of art. Heck, it already is..

If - no.

When.

- I make and maintain my goal, I will get that tattoo I've always wanted. I just need to find an artist I trust - and will work on me on pain killers LOL..

I can't wait to seen new pics as you get going on the color!..

answered Apr 21 at 20:36

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Nice..keep us posted! I am a huge fan of ink. I too plan on getting a sleeve. I hear you about the tribal, I have a piece on my back when I was 16 that I rushed into. I am getting it covered this summer...

answered Apr 21 at 21:37

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Yeah I've got my other upper arm to figure out what to do with, also kinda tribal-ish. My tattoo artist and I decided that no one should be allowed to get tattoos until about age 28 or so, as she says that all cover ups are of tattoos that people got before age 25. I think when you're younger like I was when I got my original stuff you're more concerned about just getting tattoos. This time I wanted to get a truly artistic tattoo, completely custom. I was lucky enough to find an artist that could take my very vague idea as to what I was looking for and draw it up...

answered Apr 21 at 23:06

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What's the sleeve details? and what kind of job do you have?..

answered Apr 21 at 23:51

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Alexandra
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What she said. The pain is part of the experince...

answered Apr 22 at 01:16

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Not sure what you're asking about regarding the details, but I'm gonna guess you're looking for the meaning behind it. Main theme is good luck. The bird (swallow) represents a safe return home after a voyage, traditionally among sailors. The skeleton key is the key to life, as it unlocked every door in the home. Lady Luck is pretty self explanatory, while the cricket and acorns are less well known lucky items..

As far as what I do, I'm a truck driver. That's where the idea for good luck and a safe return home originated..

While this tattoo has a meaning behind it, not every tattoo has to. I think it perfectly OK to get a tattoo because it looks good and can be appreciated as art..

This concludes this episode of Nutrisystem Ink...

answered Apr 22 at 02:27

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I always wanted a sleeve but my job won't allow it...thanks for answering my questions..

answered Apr 22 at 02:43

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Aniya
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What is you job if you dont mind sharing? I am getting a shoulder piece done late summer or early fall @.

Www.plurabella.com.

And eventually plan on getting a sleeve from brandon bond @.

Www.allornothingtattoo.com.

Keep us posted on your work bandoflions..

answered Apr 22 at 04:06

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Melissa
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Truck driver, union steward and one hell of a model American...

answered Apr 22 at 04:32

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I got mine yesterdayhalfway at my goal and starting part time (from 30 years of full time!)..

answered Apr 22 at 06:07

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Kingston
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Bandoflions that was for the guy that says his job wouldnt allow him to get a sleeve!..

answered Apr 22 at 06:33

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Danielle
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It was my first so had no clue what to expect...i found it very interesting..more annoying than painful I rather imagine sitting for a sleeve is rather time consumingwish I had the guts! I am hoping to stop at one...tat although I have picked a few more out!..

answered Apr 22 at 08:06

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That looks really cool. How are they incorporating the tribal into the new one?.

I like tattoos, but I don't have good enough skin for art....freckles and blemishes...

answered Apr 22 at 08:49

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The tribal will be completely covered up (hopefully). It's old work that wasn't done well in the first place, so she feels good about how it will turn out, to the extent that she feels if I were to enter it in competitions at tattoo conventions in the cover up catagory I should walk out with a trophy. We'll see once the color starts getting applied in a few weeks...

answered Apr 22 at 10:11

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Eden
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