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Happy Sad Face Tattoos?

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Happy sad face tattoos refer to a type of popular tattoo design which includes a smiling and frowning white mask, usually accompanied with the saying: Laugh now, cry later. Tattoos are a type of body modification that was first documented in 1771 by a famous explorer named James Cook. Tattoos are popular in today's culture as a form of self expression and art, and are becoming less associated with criminals. Tattoos can be performed on nearly every part of the human body, and are done by inserting pigment into a deep layer of the skin referred to as the dermis.
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1. Open Photoshop. Click the "File" menu. Select "Open. Browse to the picture of the happy face to turn into a sad face and double-click the image. 2. Click the "
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emotions of happines and sadness or sorrow.
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No Face from Spirited Away. Or in theater they stand
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It looks like someone with one eye is really angry, or really surprised. Then again, I guess if I lost an eye I would be angry and surprised too!
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