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Self portrait.

Took this after I saw the eclipse, don't know why i did, just felt like it.
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it's that beat! :music:
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played around with makeup today and stuff. just sayin...i should totally dye my hair blonde. lol
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thx to :iconmataazmi: - dennis for made my day..
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Well I was sitting, waiting, wishing that you believed in superstitions - then maybe you would see the signs.
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Keit by Meller :)
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hair by Afrocaraibic
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Don't let my rugged image fool you... :P
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before you jump all over me and say i STOLE it...take a chill pill!

no, i DID NOT come up with the idea for the sticker or the WORD "COEXIST" we have been "COEXISTING" since there has been life on this planet so the word doesn't belong to anyone. THE SYMBOLS ARE UNIVERSAL and are used by millions of the followers of each the religions symbolized here.

but i DID pimp the original bumper sticker that i bought (in 1990) to stick on my car up a bit to add to my page.

since i think the message is a good one and since i am not a member of any organized religion ....lol i guess symbolized by the BLACK background...i think we should all COEXIST..."live long and prosper" etc. etc...
so take it! and USE it! gooo forth and multiply!

  • for the letter "c," a crescent moon representing Islam
  • for the letter "o," the peace symbol
  • for the letter "e," a male/female symbol
  • for the letter "x," the Star of David representing Judaism
  • for the letter "i," a pagan/Wiccan symbol
  • or the letter "s," a Chinese yin-yang symbol
  • for the letter "t," a cross representing Christianity 
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model: :iconbadraggled:&šağlar yerlikaya:heart: edit: :iconkalbicamdan::heart:




umay umay 2011
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