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Bang, Bang

Bang, Bang

So, I guess you didn’t have to wait that long to try Pink Fuel’s Elly skin! In Mochi’s own words, this skin “mixes sweet with creepy” and just the way I like it.

The skin is $75L per skin tone pack, each pack comes with Light, Red and Dark Brows and also teeth versions!

I’m dressing up my av with a military inspired look, but you can do so may different themes with this!

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Bang, Bang

What I’m Wearing:

Pink Fuel – Elly (Honey) Broken Hearts Bleed (lt Brow)
ARGRACE – Military Cap “Loose Chignon” Platinum Blonde
Sweetest Goodbye – Get On! One Piece/Khaki
BAX – Prestige Boots Black Leather
BREACH – G18 (my guns!)

Disclaimer: I don’t promote violence IRL. To me, this is SL and we have the luxury of wearing a variety of looks — such as cuts and bruises, without causing real harm. I apologize in advance if this is offensive to some readers.

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  1. Lizzie Lexington

    About your disclaimer: Hmm I dont know what to say about that. I think some have a hard time understanding that there are some in SL who believe the adornments we place on our avatars is all fantasy – that includes skin, attachments or even guns. We don’t think as much about the RL context or implications vs dressing our barbie. It’s about a character vs an expression of one’s sense of morality or the roles of women or the treatment of women. That’s my two cents. Hugs.

  2. Bowen Ellsmere

    While I’ll be first to support anyone’s right to their beliefs and opinions, I have to question the motives of anyone who would blindly fly to morality or promotion of abuse toward women at the sight of a bloody heart on a skin’s cheek. If you don’t like seeing blood or bruises on a skin, I can respect that, and we can leave it at that. But can someone tell me first who made this skin, as in a male or female, and then who is buying this skin, again as in male or female?
    While I may be accused of being insensitive or perhaps worse as a result of this, I challenge any who would offhandedly curse this skin or any like it as being offensive to answer THIS question: Could it be possible that so many WOMEN in SL are supporting abusive treatment of women? Or are they perhaps making a statement of empowerment by putting their feet down and shouting to any who will listen that WOMEN can be just as rough-and-tumble as men?
    But then again what do I know, I don’t get any negative comments when I wear a bruised skin…

  3. Kaelyn

    Well I just look at the skin and see a beautiful one! Love the pose & the fightchick look! Makes me wanna say: What doesn’t kill you, only makes you stronger… I am not into violence ever! And I hope all woman in the world can find their inner strenght to get trough life and go after their own happiness! ♥

  4. dawnde lane

    i love this skin, i have a razorblade mouth thing with blood down the side of my mouth which i wore with it, do i self harm rl? nope.

    woman and men across the world suffer from the hands of others, but as a single person i have never hurt anyone physically or mentally, personally from your picture with guns pointing at the camera its a game character pose, ala tomb raider and a whole lot of others, just dont kick my ass!

    awesome picture! and even better skin.

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