Tales from the Giving End of a Tattoo Machine: Dickie D. Damone Series
Chad Stone, Jun 9, 2012 - 34 pages
A collection of stories told from the tattoo artists perspective. This is the first in a series of crazy stories documenting the everyday happenings in a real street shop, all of which are real and only ever so slightly exaggerated to show detail. Misspelled names, strange requests, loss of bowel control... You know, the usual. Don't let the television fool you, this is what really goes down in tattoo parlors.
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