Grant Tetmeyer

“I got my third tattoo because I know a lot of people who have been depressed and suicidal a couple of kids who actually committed suicide, so I got the stereotypical semicolon thing, but I added an arrow to it because it’s a traditional symbol of protection from harm. Then I added the colors red and black to it because red stands for courage and strength and black stands for loneliness, and you usually can’t talk about this without having both of those emotions in it.”

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