What Does Slits in Eyebrows Represent in a Gang?

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Slits in eyebrows used in gang identification are usually cut to outline a particular symbol or code. For example, three slits- | | | -may be used to signify the letter 'M.' Looking at the eyebrow may not always elude to what exactly the symbol or code is.
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Apparently it determines how many people you've killed. It just looks good, all my friends have them. If it was to show you killed somebody, it would be a bit more permanent than
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Shaved eyebrows are apparently a universal gang marking that determines
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how many people you've killed only speeking for where i live the stuff about MS-13 is true to.
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Razor or the small beard trimmers/clippers.
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