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My controversial Chiefs tattoos

We're Chiefs fans right? The most loyal fans across the league for a reason, we're all part of the same family. That's why to my surprise, after I recently discovered Joel Thorman's article covering covering my tattoos here, I found many of you criticizing them. Let me begin by saying I know how crazy these tattoos come off, and I'm not expecting everyone to love them, but making assumptions about me because of them is just wrong. I'm a big supporter of tattoos, and by the time I'm done, my body will be a monument to the Chiefs. My arms, back, and sides will be covered with Chiefs tats, so needless to say, I'll have A LOT of them. Come on now though guys, I'm not some Raider fan here, I've got goals and ambitions in my life just like all of you. Currently enrolled in a 4-year program working on my Masters, I'm just a college guy who loves the Chiefs. Don't get me wrong in thinking I was offended in any way by some of your comments, really I don't care what people think, but I'm proud of my Chiefs tats and will gladly sport them wherever I go (Arrowhead loves them on gameday). Not many teams (NFL or other pro organizations) have fans that show loyalty in this way, I want you guys to be proud of them just like I am. Judge me if you want, but I love being the KC freak that I am, for those of you who don't know what tattoos I'm talking about, feel free to browse my pics on twitter @DementeDiabetic . Just thought I'd give you guys a little insight on the thought process, feel free to ask questions if you'd like, but please, we're all Chiefs fans here, if you have something negative to say, show some class and keep it to yourself. Love'em or hate'em, who really cares, at the end of the day, we all bleed red and gold. (By the way, the picture showing my lip tattoos was very yellowed...my teeth and fingers aren't that bad!)

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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