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Anus Tattoo Girl, Maria Louise Del Rosario, Has a New Website

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The homepage also includes a 600-word intro by Maria about life, the meaning of life, and this crazy asshole tattoo expo we call life:

Sometimes I feel alone even though I truly know I'm not, but at the same time I wonder, maybe I truly am. There are no garenteed [sic] promises that someone will always be there for you at your best, but mostly at your worst. 
 
 Maybe I think to much or to deep. I often wonder if I am the only one who thinks like I do. People try to understand me. I don't know why because half the time I don't even know whats going on in my head. My thoughts in my head and the feelings in my heart leave me always questioning and wondering how and why. Why try to understand when half the time it's just easier to except?
I'm not perfect and I don't claim to be. I've had my share of making dumb choices but I've learned from them.

I feel like a part of me is lost, but along the path of finding that missing part I feel like if I don't please those around me then I've failed by leaving them disappointed. I feel like if i try to please myself i will neglect those around me who depend on me to help make life easier for everyone else. does that mean i'm neglecting myself to please others? i don't want to please them anymore. i just want it to be my turn to be happy.

See that? Maria is just a lonely soul looking for happiness.

And we are pleased to help her find that happiness by hopefully introducing some of you sickos to her new website and getting her some hits. So, go visit it.

After all, we owe Maria. She and her tatted up asshole have been the gift that keeps on giving.

Pay it forward and all that good shit.

Deuces. Deuces.

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