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Two of Australias well known female felons

leefer

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I go into the tatooist and asked for number 5....which i thought was a little butterfly for me bum.......but it was an old catalougue and number 5 was a no entry sign:eek:
Must admit i got a shock when i first saw it and panicked on account of me thinking i was taking me lorry up a one way street.:eek:

Anyway its handy for the docs as they always blink twice now before any needles go into the rump.....and put them in my arm instead.:biggrin:
 

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Well Gibbo i actually do have a Tattoo on my top lip as well......i asked for kiss me here:eek:

Unfortuanatly the tattooist was tone deaf .....and inked... Kiss me Hair:D
 

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Well Gibbo i actually do have a Tattoo on my top lip as well......i asked for kiss me here:eek:

Unfortuanatly the tattooist was tone deaf .....and inked... Kiss me Hair:D

At least the tattooist could spell or you could have ended up with Kiss me hare:rolleyes: Or you could have ended up with Miss me hair :rolleyes:
 

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