How to Get a Tattoo of One Piece’s New Boss, the Last Straw
The One Piece manga has a whole bunch of characters that are supposed to have tattoos, and they’ve all gotten one.
The latest character to get one is the boss of the Straw Hat Pirates, Big Mom.
And it’s not just any old boss: Big Mom has a tattoo of her own.
And she has one for every major character in the manga, including Big Mom herself.
As a fan, I’m not surprised to see the tattoo on Big Mom’s arm, but I do wonder why the tattoo’s been given such a prominent place in the show’s mythology.
After all, who else would have a tattoo?
And why would Big Mom have one of her biggest enemies in the series, Big Boss, have one?
The tattoo is part of a “special occasion” tattoo that she got after her mother died, in the episode “The One Piece of Truth.”
She said her mother had died of a heart attack, so the tattoo was for her when she got married to a new boss.
The tattoo was given to Big Mom by her new boss, who’s known for his “last straw” strategy.
“I thought, ‘What would it take for me to have a last straw tattoo?,'” she told Luffy when they first met in the anime.
“So I thought, it’d be cool if he gave me a tattoo.
And he said, ‘You can get one of your enemies’ to have one, too, so it’s a very special occasion.”
And Big Mom didn’t need to ask for permission to have her own tattoo.
She just wanted one of the biggest characters in the franchise.
“I just wanted to show off,” Big Mom said.
Awwwwwwwww, the tattoo has become an iconic part of the One Piece universe.
And so it should be.
But if you’re curious about what exactly a tattoo means in real life, here’s a little explanation.
Tattoos can be simple, elaborate, or anything in between.
They can be made of ink, paper, or even plastic, so you can easily add a name, number, or any other element to them.
Tattoos are also often made to look like the tattooed person’s face.
You can find a variety of different types of tattoos in the US, including ones made from human flesh, animal, or metal, depending on the source.
And there’s a whole lot of different kinds of tattoos, because the artists involved are making them for a specific purpose, like a face-lift.
Tattoo artists are often paid in advance, and often get a commission.
The more tattoo artists you have, the more likely you are to get the best quality, the most expensive tattoos.
And if you get a tattoo with a good design, it can be worth thousands of dollars.
You may be wondering why it makes sense for Big Mom to get a large tattoo in one episode of the anime, when she doesn’t actually get a face lift.
The tattoo was made for Big Boss to give to Luffy after the two had a relationship-changing meeting.
But when Luffy and Big Mom were fighting in “The Big One,” Big Boss’ body was destroyed.
In “Big Mom and the One Who Shoots at the Moon,” Luffy’s tattoo was erased.
It was only Big Mom who got the tattoo, and that tattoo was huge.
So in the final episode, Luffy’s name and number were given to him.
While tattoos are a big part of One More Day, the show also has other characters that have been getting them, including Monkey D. Luffy, a human who had a tattoo after being killed by a bomb in “Blackbeard’s Last Duel.”
And even the Straw Hats have their own “special occasions” tattoos.
So there’s no reason to think that One Piece has a problem with tattoos in general.
But maybe we should reconsider the tattoo trend in One Piece after all.