I'M LIZ LEE. YES I HAD A SHOW ON MTV WHEN I WAS A TEEN.
It’s true, I absolutely did get a tattoo.

what it is: It’s a glowing, black Mandalorian Symbol or a “Mythosaur” skull surrounded by orange that fades into red that’s outlined by a purple rope in the shape of an oval and flanked by blue roses and thorns, on both sides.

what it means: A “Mythosaur” is a fictional beast from Star Wars that used to inhabit the planet “Mandalore” before the Mandalorians killed them all off, and adopted their skull as a symbol of their people. Mandalorians are the race that live on the planet Mandalore. They were known, and revered for being legendary warriors. Boba Fett was a Mandalorian.

why I got it: I experienced a monumental shift in my life, a sort of loss i guess, and I was having a really hard time coping with it. I ended up severely depressed. I spent most of my time moping and eating. After a week of indulging in pathetic self pity and doing absolutely nothing about it, I remembered something: I’m not the type of girl that sits around and wallows in self pity. I’m a warrior. I have lots of kids looking up to me as a role model and I owe my fans, I have to set a strong example. I don’t have the luxury of getting down on myself and giving up. My fans deserve better. They deserve stronger. They deserve a Mandalorian. So I decided that I would never let myself get that low again because I AM a fierce nerdy warrior and to commemorate that shift and as a permanent reminder of this, I decided I would get a tattoo of the Mandalorian Mythosaur skull as symbol of my own personal strength and deep, obviously unhealthy love for Star Wars.

who did it: The guy who did it was the extremely nice, talented, creative, and TEXAN: ADAM HAYS. When you have to sit in a chair for hours while someone painfully jabs your arm with tiny needles, it helps if their funny, thoughtful, and comforting. He was all of those things and he has awesome taste in music AND HE’S A STAR WARS FAN. He was recommended to me from Bonnie Burton who works at Lucas Film. She asked around and the guy who made a Star Wars tattoo book, recommended him. When I came in with my idea, he suggested that I add more to the skull and he made my tattoo a beautiful, one of a kind piece. He works at Red Rocket Tattoo in New York City. He’s going on a tour soon. Check out his website and go get a tattoo from him, you won’t be disappointed.
ps: follow him on twitter @adamguyhays

It’s true, I absolutely did get a tattoo.

what it is: It’s a glowing, black Mandalorian Symbol or a “Mythosaur” skull surrounded by orange that fades into red that’s outlined by a purple rope in the shape of an oval and flanked by blue roses and thorns, on both sides.

what it means: A “Mythosaur” is a fictional beast from Star Wars that used to inhabit the planet “Mandalore” before the Mandalorians killed them all off, and adopted their skull as a symbol of their people. Mandalorians are the race that live on the planet Mandalore. They were known, and revered for being legendary warriors. Boba Fett was a Mandalorian.

why I got it: I experienced a monumental shift in my life, a sort of loss i guess, and I was having a really hard time coping with it. I ended up severely depressed. I spent most of my time moping and eating. After a week of indulging in pathetic self pity and doing absolutely nothing about it, I remembered something: I’m not the type of girl that sits around and wallows in self pity. I’m a warrior. I have lots of kids looking up to me as a role model and I owe my fans, I have to set a strong example. I don’t have the luxury of getting down on myself and giving up. My fans deserve better. They deserve stronger. They deserve a Mandalorian. So I decided that I would never let myself get that low again because I AM a fierce nerdy warrior and to commemorate that shift and as a permanent reminder of this, I decided I would get a tattoo of the Mandalorian Mythosaur skull as symbol of my own personal strength and deep, obviously unhealthy love for Star Wars.

Adam Hays & I

who did it: The guy who did it was the extremely nice, talented, creative, and TEXAN: ADAM HAYS. When you have to sit in a chair for hours while someone painfully jabs your arm with tiny needles, it helps if their funny, thoughtful, and comforting. He was all of those things and he has awesome taste in music AND HE’S A STAR WARS FAN. He was recommended to me from Bonnie Burton who works at Lucas Film. She asked around and the guy who made a Star Wars tattoo book, recommended him. When I came in with my idea, he suggested that I add more to the skull and he made my tattoo a beautiful, one of a kind piece. He works at Red Rocket Tattoo in New York City. He’s going on a tour soon. Check out his website and go get a tattoo from him, you won’t be disappointed.

ps: follow him on twitter @adamguyhays

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