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Columbia-Themed Knuc Tat Ideas

Managing Editor Zack Abrams brings you some Columbia-themed knuckle tattoo ideas so you can show off your school spirit to everyone you meet forever. Who wouldn’t want that? 

Ah, the noble knuc tat. Scared of the Ivy League changing you into a khaki-wearing elitist and tired of all the normies pretending listening to Mitski is a radical act? Show your true punk bona fides by getting some Columbia-themed knuckle tattoos, the perfect way to say “I’m better than you, but not by that much” to everyone you meet. Here are some ideas I had; feel free to suggest more in the comments.

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