TROY DENNING: (CHANTING) I know you really want the tribal armband, but I think that you should get a dragon. All right. Got what I need. Glass. (DEEP VOICE) Give me a keg of beer. Remember “Teen Wolf”? -Of course. TROY DENNING: (DEEP VOICE) Give me a keg of beer. The fuck you want, man?
FREDDY CORBIN: I tell them the story, you know, well, I did my brother’s funeral here, and I got married, and I’m having a baby, so I’m kind of coming back for good juju for his birth and stuff like that. And they just got it. They’re way into thinking like that. You know what
CHRIS KOUTSIS: What’s up, buddy? MIKE RUBENDALL: How you doing, pal? CHRIS KOUTSIS: It’s going [INAUDIBLE]. What’s going on? MIKE RUBENDALL: How’s everything, all right? CHRIS KOUTSIS: What’s up, guys? How you doing? Hanging in there. MIKE RUBENDALL: We have to give them the tour. CHRIS KOUTSIS: Cool, yeah. MIKE RUBENDALL: They spent three and
MIKE RUBENDALL: Keep these bugs away. Show them how it pumps. It’s funny, because when I got into tattooing, it was at a strange stage in my life. Because I was 17, and growing up I guess made good decisions. I did well in school and was heavily into sports, and I chose a different
[MUSIC PLAYING] TROY DENNING: I’ve always just liked warrior type of shit. Maybe it goes back to being like a fantasy nerd, or something like that. I’ve just always loved swords, knives, guns. And just how the sword is like the universal symbol for man. And that’s always what I thought was so fascinating about