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A Barcadia Bartender Shows Off Her Many Tattoos (Photos) (NSFWish)

In Ink Spot, Amy Price stops strangers in Dallas to shoot, and learn about, their body art.

Hustling from bench to bench with handles of my favorite bottomless mimosas, Amber Miller, a 29-year-old server at Barcadia and make-up artist, attracted a lot of attention on a recent visit. Not just because she can juggle an inordinate number of drinks in two hands while running through the packed bar and dealing with intoxicated SMU students, but also because she is covered with many, many tattoos. See also: A Tattooed Veteran Tells His War Stories Through His Body Art

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