Narative essay- tatoo

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Daniel Suparman Professor Lynch English 1 4. September 2011 It's going to happen this time for sure. It was my third visit to the same exact tattoo parlor. I saw the hardship and resigned look on the tattooist's eyes. It was pretty much clear that their patience was running out. It is now or never. I had to decide my mind. Before thinking about a tattoo, I never knew that it would be this complicated. Since I am in front of a Tattooist, I realized how big conflict I would get. One part of my mind, I am 18 years old, and I want to remember the passion, and memory I had in this exact time, and make it as a permanent mark somewhere on my body. I thought a lot about the idea and left the tattoo parlor with my friends with big ashamed face. The design was already all settled in both my mind, and physically on paper. It is unique, and personal. It was a star that didn't defer from any other stars that celebrities or other people have done. Yet, the lines were rather round compare to other really straight lined stars. Some people even
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course ENGLISH 01 taught by Professor Canada during the Spring '11 term at UCSB.

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