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You want to get a tattoo but you don’t like a large pattern for your body? Don’t worry. You can have some tiny designs for your tattoo. Today’s post is going to tell you how adorable the tiny tattoos are. Just stay with us and check the post out. If you don’t want your tattoo[Read the Rest]

You want to get a tattoo but you don’t like a large pattern for your body? Don’t worry. You can have some tiny designs for your tattoo. Today’s post is going to tell you how adorable the tiny tattoos

"you see this is what people should think about when they hear the word smile.Not a beauty contestant smile a real one a smile of true and utter happiness"

Throwing dangerous molitove cocktails is the bad rap anarchists get...so its ok for cops to gun tuem down at times?! (thats malarkey)

Believing this piece is involving violence. I envision riots as the most easy way to describe fire effecting the world

Blackout Tattoo tatuaje negro oddtattooer 14

- honeycomb on wrist? "Blackout Tattoo" Trend Cloaks the Body in Black Ink to Make a Bold Visual Statement - My Modern Met

Let the colors out (Tag a friend) By...  Let the colors out (Tag a friend) By @crippeakasizzler1 _ #arts_helps by artshelp http://ift.tt/1L5ZaqK

Brian Crippe is a talented self taught photographer based in Portland, Oregon, USA. He shoots a lot of street, urban, landscape and cityscape photography.

Beautiful Blue Black - like Krishna. The blackest blue in India and she is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark hue! Dravidian ..The ancient "blue race" of India still exists in the bloodlines. Dravidian indeed. Kushite Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India In Irish-Scottish Gaeilge (or Gaelic), people of African descent were historically referred to as the fir gorum, or blue men. People of this race were described as "blue" rather than as "black."

Like Krishna, this woman is blue black — the blackest blue. Her name is Kushite and she’s an Indian Beggar in Mumbai, South India. She is subject to extensive prejudice cause of her dark blue skin! She is Dravidian — The ancient “blue race” of India.