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Did One Uberfan Really Tattoo 'Nasty Gal' Inside Her Lip?

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Levels of Nasty Gal cultishness run the gamut from general fans, who shop the site regularly and may or may not own more than one cut-out bodycon dress, to women who actually call themselves 'Nasty Gals,' to shoppers who defend NG founder Sophia Amoruso when she's being bratty on Instagram.

Now, one bright-eyed Nasty Gal-in-training has taken her brand love to the next level. Amoruso recently posted the above photo to her Facebook page with the caption, "This is real. #nastygalforever" So there you go, Nasty disciples. All it takes to get the top gun's attention is a little permanent ink and internet shamelessness. You're going to regret that when you're older, young lady.
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