103-Year-Old Grandma Gets First Tattoo To Cross It Off Bucket List

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A 103-year-old grandmother has crossed another item off her bucket list: her first tattoo.

Dorothy Pollack, of Muskegon, Michigan, went to AWOL Custom Tattooing with her granddaughter and became the oldest person the tattoo parlor has ever inked.

“Granny is a badass now; sportin that ink,” Teresa Zavitz-Jones wrote in a Facebook post.

The tattoo parlor did the artwork for free.

“Thank you tons A.W.O.L. Custom Tattooing LLC, Ray Reasoner Jr.. and your staff for making Granny feel comfortable and like a star. You are amazing,” Zavitz-Jones said.

After getting the tattoo, Pollack decided to take her first ride on the back of a motorcycle.

Pollack said the key to living a long life is keeping busy.

“I guess hard work,” she told WZZM-TV. “That’s all I ever knew what to do.”