Jemima

Biography

Biography

Jemima Kirke was born 26 April 1985 in London, UK to Simon Kirke and Lorraine Kirke. Even though both her parents are British, Jemima was raised mainly in New York City.

Jemima’s father is the former drummer of the rock bands Bad Company and Free. Her mother is a fashion designer and stylist and used to own Geminola, a vintage boutique in New York City that supplied a number of outfits for the television series Sex and the City (1998-2004). Jemima’s character Jessa in Girls (2012-2017) also wore a wedding dress from Geminola in the season finale of the first season.

Her father is of English and Scottish descent and her mother is Iraqi-Jewish. Her maternal grandfather, Jack Dellal, was a British businessman of Iraqi-Jewish descent, and Kirke’s maternal grandmother was Israeli.

Jemima as a young girl goofing around. Together with her siblings. Her two sisters Lola and Domino and brother Simon. Jemima and Lena Dunham as 18-year-olds in a photo booth. Together with sister Lola at a Teachers Count charity event in 2005.

Jemima has three siblings, two sisters – Lola Kirke, an actress and Domino Kirke, a musician – and a brother, Greg Morris. In 2017, her little brother Simon Creager Kirke, jr. sadly passed away. “I come from a family of all women and one boy, my brother. We’re all women and we’re all precocious and opinionated and like to have fun and we always had friends in the house and we were always, like, half-naked.”

Jemima wrote a memorial after her brother’s passing on her official Twitter and she told that because of a problematic labour he was born immobile, unable to talk or eat, blind and with severe cerebral palsy, “But a spirit that survives on and offers nothing but love is a most valuable one.” Simon lived against all odds for 19 years before passing away just before his 20th birthday.

Other known relatives of Jemima are her cousins, Alexander Dellal, a curator, shoe designer Charlotte Olympia Dellal and model Alice Dellal.

Jemima attended the prestigious Saint Ann’s School in New York. While there, she met Lena Dunham and a friendship was born. Later on she majored in art as a student and received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting from the Rhode Island School of Design. In late 2011, she held an exhibition titled “A Brief History” through Skylight Projects and in 2014 she had her scond exhibition titled “Platforms” in San Francisco.

Together with her sisters she has modeled several times to help promote their mother’s previous store Geminola and Jemima has also modeled for other campaigns and brands, some examples are Scosha Jewelry (2013), Alison Lou (Spring-Summer 2013), Maison Michel Paris, Semaine (2016) and Lonely in 2016 together with Lena Dunham. The campaign for the lingerie label Lonely, named “Lonely Girls” gained some attention for the very casual and candid way it was shot and people were praising them for daring to to not be “picture perfect” and refusing being retouched.

Jemima’s film debut was in the indie short film Smile for the Camera (2010) in which she lent her voice. She also appeared in the music video “Wring It Out” for the group Rival Schools. Both these projects were directed by her friend Jordan Galland. She later starred in a small role in his feature horror film Ava’s Possessions in 2015.

She made her feature-length debut in the independent film Tiny Furniture (2010), as a favour for childhood friend Lena Dunham, because she didn’t have enough money to pay professional actors. Although the film turned out to be profitable, Kirke received no payment. “She didn’t have enough to pay anyone, and I guess it was slim pickings, so she asked me to be part of it and it was a success. Afterward she was offered the TV show and invited me to work on it. I never thought it’d go as far as it has.”

As Charlotte in Lena Dunham’s directing debute Tiny Furniture in 2010. On set of the second season of Girls in 2012 with her co-stars and friends Lena Dunham, Allison Williams and Zosia Mamet. Jemima in character for her most well known role Jessa Johansson in the series Girls, here seen in season 5 in 2016. In her friend Jordan Galland’s movie Ava’s Possessions in 2015. Jemima doing what she love the most, painting.

Jemima has previously discussed how the character she portrays in Tiny Furniture (2010) was inspired somewhat by her personality, “You have to understand, I’ve been this person. And Lena’s much smarter than just making a caricature of someone. And she knows there’s a reason Charlotte is the way she behaves, and there’s a reason she’s so aggressive and narcissistic. She makes the audience sympathetic to why the character is like that.”

The TV show Jemima mentions is, of course, Girls (2012-2017) which made her a household name as an actress. Her role as Jessa Johansson is what Jemima is best known for and the television series was a huge success. The last episode aired on April 17, 2017.

Lena Dunham revealed in 2017 that Jemima wanted to quit the series just before season 2, “I think it’s time for us to disclose to the world that, like, three days before season two, Jemima tried to quit. I remember being in a cab. And Jemima called me. She was like, ‘I have to tell you something. It’s not a big deal. I don’t want you to freak out. I want to quit the show.'”

Jemima later explained why she had been on the verge of this decision. “My sense of who I was and what I wanted was really thin,” she said. “I really wasn’t sure what the f—k I was doing.”

We are happy that she decided to stay for the whole 6 seasons so we could enjoy seeing her portraying Jessa, the character whom she describes “so authentic and so free and so loud and so opinionated. But you don’t know how much of that is just smoke and mirrors… Intimacy is hard for me. It doesn’t mean I don’t do it. It’s just hard.” Lena Dunham and Jemima are still very close friends.

Jemima has said that she kind of fell into acting through roles she accepted for a number of her friends. She has lent her voice to an episode of The Simpsons and also to the series Axe Cop, both in 2015. She also got time to appear in her sister Domino Kirke’s music video for the song “Independent Channel” and a quick cameo in an episode of series The Characters (2016).

She also appears in an episode of season 3 of Inside Amy Schumer in 2015 in a music stint in which she’s seen in golden tights dancing along with Amy and other performers. She also stars as a photographer in a sketch that was released as promotion for the DVD release.

Her guest appearance in Inside Amy Schumer in which she’s seen shaking her booty in 2015. In a video produced by health organization Planned Parenthood in 2017 speaking about motherhood. Seen on set with Jamie Dornan on the film Untogether in November 2016. Production still from the upcoming movie Wild Honey Pie, set to be released in 2018. Still from the trailer of TV movie Strangers in 2017.

Jemima has openly spoken about having an abortion when she was younger, “I’m trying to normalize an experience that’s been demonized – to take away the stigma. I wasn’t trying to do a good deed, necessarily. I was really just trying to make abortion unemotional and normal, which is how I feel about it. I don’t regret it, and I wanted to convey that as best I could. I did not want to be a mom. Was I irresponsible? None of your fuckin’ business.”

In 2017, she took part in the campaign “A Film for Planned Parenthood of New York City” by the health organization Planned Parenthood whom speaks for womens rights and health. Amber Valletta, the musicians Grimes and Hana, actress Hari Nef also took part in the project.

Jemima considers herself first and foremost an artist and she doesn’t consider herself to be a good actress. “People are confusing me with a good actor when I’m just a good mimic. When someone asks me to play a nun from the fifteenth century, you’ll see what I mean.”

The role she mentions is her smaller part as nun Marta in The Little Hours 2017 in which she stars with Aubrey Plaza, Molly Shannon and John C. Reilly. The movie premiered on January 19, 2017 at the Sundance Film Festival and received good reviews.

Also in 2017, Jemima appeared in an episode of the online series New York Is Dead, a comedy series about two broke New York City artists who become hired killers to make ends meet. The series is still awaiting it’s official release.

2017 was a busy year for Jemima, she starred in a smaller role in the online series Strangers, directed by Mia Lidofsky which centers around Isobel, played by Zoe Chao, a girl who decides to rent out her spare bedroom in order to generate much-needed extra income after a messy and painful breakup. With the help of her best friend, she navigates the most emotionally, sexually and professionally complicated time of her life, while hosting a constant stream of new guests.

Photos were released of Jemima on set of the movie Untogether (2017) together with famous actor Jamie Dornan and we also got to know that Jemima’s sister Lola is starring in the project as well. The movie is about a somewhat former teen prodigy turned heroin addict who tries to be a writer now that she’s sober. A date for the release is yet to come. It’s the directorial debut of journalist and screenwriter Emma Forrest.

Jemima has two other projects coming up in 2018: All These Small Moments directed and written by Melissa B. Miller-Costanzo and Wild Honey Pie, which was filmed for 4 weeks in Wales, UK and is directed by Jamie Adam.

In 2017, she also appeared in four new music videos, “Gotta Get a Grip” by Mick Jagger and “Dusk Till Dawn” by Zayn Malik. In the other two she both directed and starred in them. Her sister Lola Kirke’s music video for “Not Used” as well as Alex Cameron’s video for the song “Stranger’s Kiss”.

Here seen in the 2017 Alex Cameron music video “Stranger’s Kiss” which Jemima both directed and starred in. Together with ex-husband Michael Mosberg at the HBO’S Post Golden Globe Party in January 2015. Jemima with her two kids at home. Jemima taking a selfie together with her dog Rozy. A self portrait painted by Jemima in 2014.

She met her husband, lawyer Michael Mosberg in a doctor’s office when she had bronchitis. “My husband and I met at the doctor’s office and I got a crush on him right away. I liked that he had grey in his hair. He was also such a gentleman – he would hold the door open for everyone and constantly gave his seat up to women on the train. A real old-fashioned guy. I loved his gentility, but his kindness was what struck me. He had this patience and stoicism; I had never met anyone like him.”

They married in 2009 and have two children together, daughter Rafaella Israel born in 2010 and son Memphis Kirke born in 2012.

She became a mother when she was 25 years old and she has spoken about her struggle to be an artist and a mother at the same time and people’s reaction towards the subject, “I got embarrassed when I had kids. I felt like when I did it, and then I was complaining that I didn’t have time to paint, people thought I’d fucked up. Like, I should’ve chosen one or the other. Women are not allowed to have both. It feels like a personal failure.”

In January 2017, it was announced Kirke and Mosberg had separated and had broken up sometime in 2016.

Kirke resides in Brooklyn and East Hampton with her two children and her dog Rozy and she spends most of her time working as an artist, painting in her own studio, “Portraiture keeps me humble. It’s simple and straightforward. There is nothing more interesting I can make up than the figure sitting right in front of me.”

She still defines herself as a visual artist, which is her top priority, and she has said she feels that acting is secondary. “I don’t have that drive to be in this field, climbing up, doing bit parts in movies to make a big movie. But I’m lucky I get to also do acting – it’s fun. I should probably just take an acting class on the weekends – that would be enough for me.”

With several movies coming up, it’s a pleasure to see what the future holds for Jemima and to see her portray new characters and take part in different projects whether it’s as an artist, actress or director. Jemima is getting recognized for her talent more and more and is also being credited for her self-confidence and speaking up for other women and openly calling herself a feminist – something that you might think should be obvious today but which is still very much needed, “Of course I’m a feminist. I think everyone in their right mind should be a feminist. It’s just about equality.”

Last updated on September 10, 2017.
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Quick Facts

Quick Facts
General

Birth Name: Jemima Kirke
Name: Jemima Kirke
Nicknames: Jem
Birthdate: April 26, 1985
Birthplace: London, England, UK
Residence: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Astrological Sign: Zodiac
Chinese Zodiac Sign: Ox
Age: 32
Parents: Bad Company Drummer Simon Kirke and vintage boutique owner, Lorraine Kirke
Siblings: Lola Kirke, Domino Kirke, Greg Morris, Simon Creager Kirke JR (deceased)
Partner: Alex Cameron
Children: Daughter Rafaella Israel Mosberg (born November 20, 2012), son Memphis Kirke Mosberg (born November 20, 2012)
Pets: Shih tzu-mix (?) named Rozy (male)
Hair: Blonde
Eyes: Green/Blue
Height: 5’2″ / 147 cm
Figure: 32-24-33
Tattoos: Around 33 pieces, link to all pieces can be viewed in link above.

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Painter: Damien Hirst
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Trivia

Trivia
  • Is a visual artist, which is her top priority, and feels that acting is secondary.
  • Gave birth to her first child at age 25, a daughter Rafaella Israel Mosberg on September 25, 2010 and her second child at age 27, a son Memphis Kirke Mosberg on November 20, 2012.
  • Children’s father is her estranged husband, Michael Mosberg whom she married in 2009 and filed for divorce in 2017.
  • Jemima’s father has English and Scottish ancestry. Jemima’s maternal grandfather, Jack Dellal, was of Iraqi Jewish descent. Jemima’s maternal grandmother, Zehava Helmer, was an Israeli of Ashkenazi Jewish descent.
  • Met now ex-husband Michael in a doctor’s office.
  • Mother Lorraine runs Geminola, a vintage New York City boutique that supplied various outfits for the TV series Sex and the City (1998).
  • Dad Simon was formerly a drummer with British rock bands Free (“All Right Now”) (1968-73) and Bad Company (“Can’t Get Enough”) (1973- ).
  • She attended at the prestigious Saint Ann’s School in New York and while there, she met Lena Dunham and a friendship was born.
  • Jemima later went to Rhode Island School of Design, where she studied art and graduated as a Bachelor of Fine Arts.
  • She lives in both Brooklyn and in East Hampton.

Quotes

Quotes

“I don’t have the passion for acting that actors might have.”

“By the way, I’m funniest when I’m not being funny. I’m better to laugh at than with, pretty much.”

“Being humble and sweet is the hardest thing you can do.”

“When you’re literally carrying a child you can cut back on bad habits.”

“I’ve had a baby. I’ve had an abortion.”

“I’ve been painting and making things since I was little.”

“I want lots of kids and I want a garden and I hope to stay married to my husband. I hope to be working in some way that fulfills me.”

“I mean, I have worked out. I’ve always worked out a little, you know, when I felt it was, like… time.”

“I have to remember that for the most part people will see me for what I do, not what I say I do.”

“But I’m interested in the Barnes Collection in Philadelphia. I hear there are some of the worst Matisses there. I like seeing bad art by good artists. It’s inspiring. I’m able to identify with them. It makes them real.”

“Acting is secondary – I don’t feel like it’s going to stick around because it’s not something I want to do forever. My art has always been my top priority and I have far more experience in that field than I do in film.”

“I’ve never been one to just do what I’m told. I don’t say that necessarily with pride, it’s just something that has gotten me in trouble before.”

“I think I did a lot of really stupid stuff really quickly in my twenties and that sort of led me to want to sort of just relax a little bit. Relax a lot.”

“I think Damien Hirst is hilarious. And I think he’s a true artist. He’s not hilarious first; I think he is a real artist, and I also think he’s got an amazing sense of humor.”

“I know acting is not impersonating, but I’m good with impressions. I can do impressions of people I know, and people I’ve been, and roles that I’ve acted before.”

“I go to Florida sometimes for vacation. I actually really like Florida. It’s a weird place, it’s surreal. It’s so close, but you feel like you’re in another world or on an island.”

“That’s what I paint, I paint people. They’re portraits, but you won’t always be pleased with the way you look in my paintings. Which is fine, I guess. Unless you’re buying it, and it’s of your kid!”

“My opinions of which of my works are good are vastly different than other people’s. There is one that I’m obsessed with but I swear… no one else has ever even commented on it. So I’m a bit shy to draw attention to it.”

“I’ll never have a best friend who is a man. It just doesn’t work that way. So many times young girls will be like, ‘I’m a guy’s girl.’ And I’m like, ‘No, you’re not. There’s no way a man can understand you like a woman, and you’re a guy’s girl because you’re threatened by other women.’ I was like that.”

“My life was just not conducive to raising a healthy, happy child, I just didn’t feel it was fair. The anesthesia wasn’t that much more, but when you’re scrounging for however many hundreds of dollars, it is a lot. I just didn’t have it.”

“I inherited that air of adulthood, where you just feel smart because people are talking to you like you’re a real person. It made me adaptable. I carried that over into my teens when I became a cocky, annoying, confident teenager who was too sexy and too smart for her own good.”

“Walking around my house in my underwear, I’m not thinking about my body or myself. When I was younger, I walked around thinking about how everything looked, not just my body, but how everything I said seemed. When you don’t think about those things anymore, it’s such a relief.”

“Porn scares the shit out of me, for boys and girls. I just don’t want any kids to get any “shoulds” of how sex is supposed to look.”

“I still don’t take responsibility for the show or the writing. I don’t think of it as my show. I’m a spoke in the wheel of this machine. So when I first saw the reaction to the show, I was blown away by how angry people were at Lena.”

“And also [we need to be] not telling women how they should behave or act or feel toward their kids or their work. If you’re a woman spending more time doing whatever you do—paint, be in the office, whatever—than parenting, that shouldn’t be scowled upon.”

“I miss meeting someone anonymously and having intimacy grow naturally rather than them thinking they know something about me.”

Tattoos

Tattoos

Jemimas collection of tattoos spans from around 34 pieces, depending on how you count now that some has been removed, covered and additions has been made. Jemima has done several of the tattoos by herself at home.

Here are them all with all the facts we have been able to gather on when they were done, by who, the meaning behind them and different versions.

She as also done tattoos on her friends, such as Lena Headey and her ex-husband.

“I have a handful of tattoos that I really want to put on people that I can’t find anyone to let me give them to. Lena let me do one of them, which is like a Yorkshire terrier on her ribcage.”

Jemimas collection of tattoos spans from around 34 pieces, depending on how you count now that some has been removed, covered and additions has been made. Jemima has done several of the tattoos by herself at home.

Here are them all with all the facts we have been able to gather on when they were done, by who, the meaning behind them and different versions.

She as also done tattoos on her friends, such as Lena Headey and her ex-husband.

“I have a handful of tattoos that I really want to put on people that I can’t find anyone to let me give them to. Lena let me do one of them, which is like a Yorkshire terrier on her ribcage.”

Left Arm
Arrow, eye and tribal
Position: Lower left arm. Now removed.
An arrow, an eye and other designs which look tribal on her left arm. She posted on social media several times during 2017 that she was getting parts of this removed.


Tiger
Position: Lower left arm.
A crouching tiger.
Skull & “Live a Little”
Position: Inner left wrist.
A skull and the words “Live a Little”.

“1-8-35″
Position: Inner left arm.
The date “1-8-35” which we presume means January 8, 1935. The meaning of the date is unknown to us.
Fox and a butterfly
Position: Top of her lower left arm.
Looks like a small fox laying own and a butterfly above it.

Unknown symbol
Position: Upper inside left arm.
An unknown symbol on the inside of her upper left arm.

Rose
Done in 2017.
Position: Left shoulder.
A pink rose with green leaves was first seen in 2017.
Right Arm
“For Better / For Worse”
Position: Upper right wrist.
A little heart and the words “For Better / For Worse”
Mans face and “Baby!”
Position: Right wrist.
A mans face and the words “Baby!” as if the man is saying it.
A line of X’s and a face
Position: Right wrist.
A long line of X’s all the way of her right lower arm and then a womans face, looks little like it’s made in Greek inspired style.


Human
Position: Lower right inner arm.
A human/man holding a spear or something similar.
“Heathcliff”
Done in 2017.
Position: Upper right inner arm.
Most likely a reference to the character in Wuthering Heights.
Woman’s face and a moon
Position: Upper right inner arm.
A womans face inside a moon.
“Malice”
Done in 2017.
Position: Left armpit.
Jemima and her cousin Alice Dellal got eachothers names tattooed in their armpits. Jemima’s tatoo says “Malice” and Alice’s says “Jemima”.

Hands
“IX-XXV-MMX”
Position: Left palm.
Traditional style heart and banner, surrounded by lines. Inside the banner is the Roman numeral “IX-XXV-MMX” which stands for the date “9-25-2010” or September 25, 2010. The date of her daughter Rafaella Israels birth.

Moon and drops
Position: left wrist.
Unknown symbol that looks like a moon upside down and three small drops. Jemima has been seen carrying a necklace with the same design as this tattoo.
“Fail Better”
Done in 2015.
Position: Right hand. Now removed.
On the side of her right hand which says “Fail Better,” though the stylized letters are hard to read. She wrote on her Twitter in 2015:

“FAIL BETTER. (As in: getting a tattoo I regret but live with happily.)”

She posted on social media in 2017 that she was getting this one removed.



Snake, star and green/blue diamond
Position: Right hand.
A snake wrapping around her right thumb, a six-pointed star on the back of her thumb, and a faded green/blue diamond between her thumb and index finger.
Waves
Position: Left hand.
Two little zig-zag tattoos on the back of her left hand.
“Mama”
Position: Left hand.
The word “Mama” in a font that looks like waves on the side of her left hand.
Chevron lines #01
Position: Both middle fingers.
Small chevron lines all along the edge of her middle fingers on both hands.
Chevron lines #02
Position: Left index finger.
Diagonal lines tattooed on her left index finger, with a dot below her nailbed.
Chevron lines #03
Position: Right ring finger.
Diagonal lines tattooed on her right ring finger, with a dot below it.
Unknown symbol
Position: Left thumb.
An unknown symbol on her left thumb.
Back
Unknown writing
Position: Neck.
Unknown writing on the back of her neck, seen in an episode of Girls.
Ear
Blue star
Position: Right ear.
A small blue star tattoo on the inside of her right ear.
Feet
“Rozy”
Done in 2014.
Position: Left foot.
Her dogs name Rozy.

“The tattoo on my foot is my dog Rozy’s name. I got it because he wasn’t getting enough attention lately.”


Left Arm
Arrow, eye and tribal
Position: Lower left arm. Now removed.
An arrow, an eye and other designs which look tribal on her left arm. She posted on social media several times during 2017 that she was getting parts of this removed.


Tiger
Position: Lower left arm.
A crouching tiger.
Skull & “Live a Little”
Position: Inner left wrist.
A skull and the words “Live a Little”.

“1-8-35″
Position: Inner left arm.
The date “1-8-35” which we presume means January 8, 1935. The meaning of the date is unknown to us.
Fox and a butterfly
Position: Top of her lower left arm.
Looks like a small fox laying own and a butterfly above it.

Unknown symbol
Position: Upper inside left arm.
An unknown symbol on the inside of her upper left arm.

Rose
Done in 2017.
Position: Left shoulder.
A pink rose with green leaves was first seen in 2017.
Right Arm
“For Better / For Worse”
Position: Upper right wrist.
A little heart and the words “For Better / For Worse”
Mans face and “Baby!”
Position: Right wrist.
A mans face and the words “Baby!” as if the man is saying it.
A line of X’s and a face
Position: Right wrist.
A long line of X’s all the way of her right lower arm and then a womans face, looks little like it’s made in Greek inspired style.


Human
Position: Lower right inner arm.
A human/man holding a spear or something similar.
“Heathcliff”
Done in 2017.
Position: Upper right inner arm.
Most likely a reference to the character in Wuthering Heights.
Woman’s face and a moon
Position: Upper right inner arm.
A womans face inside a moon.
“Malice”
Done in 2017.
Position: Left armpit.
Jemima and her cousin Alice Dellal got eachothers names tattooed in their armpits. Jemima’s tatoo says “Malice” and Alice’s says “Jemima”.

Hands
“IX-XXV-MMX”
Position: Left palm.
Traditional style heart and banner, surrounded by lines. Inside the banner is the Roman numeral “IX-XXV-MMX” which stands for the date “9-25-2010” or September 25, 2010. The date of her daughter Rafaella Israels birth.

Moon and drops
Position: left wrist.
Unknown symbol that looks like a moon upside down and three small drops. Jemima has been seen carrying a necklace with the same design as this tattoo.
“Fail Better”
Done in 2015.
Position: Right hand. Now removed.
On the side of her right hand which says “Fail Better,” though the stylized letters are hard to read. She wrote on her Twitter in 2015:

“FAIL BETTER. (As in: getting a tattoo I regret but live with happily.)”

She posted on social media in 2017 that she was getting this one removed.



Snake, star and green/blue diamond
Position: Right hand.
A snake wrapping around her right thumb, a six-pointed star on the back of her thumb, and a faded green/blue diamond between her thumb and index finger.
Waves
Position: Left hand.
Two little zig-zag tattoos on the back of her left hand.
“Mama”
Position: Left hand.
The word “Mama” in a font that looks like waves on the side of her left hand.
Chevron lines #01
Position: Both middle fingers.
Small chevron lines all along the edge of her middle fingers on both hands.
Chevron lines #02
Position: Left index finger.
Diagonal lines tattooed on her left index finger, with a dot below her nailbed.
Chevron lines #03
Position: Right ring finger.
Diagonal lines tattooed on her right ring finger, with a dot below it.
Unknown symbol
Position: Left thumb.
An unknown symbol on her left thumb.
Back
Unknown writing
Position: Neck.
Unknown writing on the back of her neck, seen in an episode of Girls.
Ear
Blue star
Position: Right ear.
A small blue star tattoo on the inside of her right ear.
Feet
“Rozy”
Done in 2014.
Position: Left foot.
Her dogs name Rozy.

“The tattoo on my foot is my dog Rozy’s name. I got it because he wasn’t getting enough attention lately.”


“X”
Position: Left ance.
It looks like the letter X.

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