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35 Wonderful Tattoos For Disney Fan(atic)s (via BuzzFeed)

35 Wonderful Tattoos For Disney Fan(atic)s

If I was a tattoo person I'd look like walking disney show. 35 Wonderful Tattoos For Disney Fan(atic)s I think the Peter Pan one is my favorite.

There is a common misconception about the pain involved when getting a tattoo. Now I need you to think logically for a second, okay, so there are multiple needles going in and out of your skin extremely fast right now. Now tell me, would that hurt? The answer is yes, but you also need to [&hellip

Being the bird of flame, Phoenix can be suitably used to symbolize an individual's internal fire and get-up-and-go, here it is Phoenix Bird Tattoos Ideas.

There are so many reasons why Kate Miss is cool, but this stairwell tattoo (inspired by NYC) is way up there.

"My mouth is a fire escape. The words coming out don't care that they are naked, there is something burning in there" Andrea Gibson- Madness Vase

DIY Temporary Tattoo (great way to see if you'll like the design with the real thing)

Make a sharpie tattoo that lasts a month. We'll see if it lasts a month. Be a good idea before actually gettin a tattoo so you can see how it will look and if u still like it or not

Anchor Tattoo. Done by Dave at Tattooville in Neptune, NJ.

The anchor is a classic image in western tattoo culture, and this list compiles 100 photos of anchor tattoos to inspire your creativity.

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100 Real-Girl Tiny Tattoo Ideas For Your First Ink: If you're a little nervous about a permanent stamp, the best way to start is with something small.

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Feather Tattoos: Designs, Ideas, and Meanings

“The peacock is designated as the national bird of India and the provincial bird of Punjab.” The Peacock is known as 'the bird of 100 eyes', due to the patterning in its tail feathers.

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