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1. "I try to really capitalize off of what other rappers really can't do. There are opportunities that rappers I love simply can't get, because... you know... I don't have the tattoos; I have a different image."
Author: Drake
2. "You're maybe eighteen. Your mother didn't love you enough so you decided to pierce your lip and brand your body to piss her off. You hang around this band because they make you feel like you belong. And most days you wish you were in a band of your own, but you know that probably will never happen." I met his eyes waiting.I'm twenty. my mother has an assload of tattoos herself, she thinks its art. I have a lip ring because it turns girls on when I do this." He licked his lip, lingering on the metal for a couple intense seconds. My eyes fluttered with nervousness."
Author: Holly Hood
3. "You love me?""It's the tattoos," she said, flippant and shrugging, as if she hadn't just said the one thing I'd ever wanted to hear.Pigeon loved me."
Author: Jamie McGuire
4. "He scanned my face with careful hope in his eyes. "You love me?""It's the tattoos," I shrugged."
Author: Jamie McGuire
5. "I'd love to be on 'Glee.' I'd love to play a rebel. Be a real biker chick in leather and covered in tattoos."
Author: Leona Lewis
6. "I love math. I have little secret number tattoos everywhere. I design them."
Author: Pauley Perrette
7. "I love seeing tattoos on 60-year-olds who have had them for 40 years."
Author: Urs Fischer
8. "I love tattoos."
Author: Wiz Khalifa

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...while hiding in plain sight in Belgrade, undercover as a New Age mountebank, Karadžic frequented a bar called Mad House - Luda kuca. Mad House offered weekly gusle-accompanied performances of Serbian epic poetry; wartime pictures of him and General Ratko Mladic, the Bosnian Serbs' military leader (now on trial in The Hague), proudly hung on the walls. A local newspaper claimed that, on at least one occasion, Karadžic performed an epic poem in which he himself featured as the main hero, undertaking feats of extermination. Consider the horrible postmodernism of the situation: an undercover war criminal narrating his own crimes in decasyllabic verse, erasing his personality so that he could assert it more forcefully and heroically."
Author: Aleksandar Hemon

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