The kid’s a submarine simulator.
The submarine’s gone to the sea.
And he’s going to be the one who makes sure it’s all safe and sound.
That’s the message being broadcast to families and friends in the remote coastal community of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, where the submarine was stolen in early July and its owner is now in custody.
It’s the story of one young man, who has become a symbol of the submarine-kid phenomenon.
He’s known as the Submarine Kid, and he’s the face of a trend that’s sweeping the nation.
More than 5,000 young people have been tattooed in the U.S. with submarine designs, including more than 20 children who are part of a class known as “submarine kids.”
The tattoos are a response to a phenomenon that has spread across the U, including to Canada, with many people saying the tattoos are more important than their appearance, according to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC).
But while some parents see the tattoos as a way to keep their children safe, others say they’re just a way for them to be unique and look cool.
I mean, I’m pretty sure I’m a kid and I have a submarine tattoo, said Stephanie Knebel, who’s seen many of her own kids have the tattoo.
And it just so happens to be a submarine, so I’m cool with it, she said.
They’re not just for kids.
They’re for everyone, said Debbie Tait, who is in charge of a tattoo studio in Coeur de la Cote, Idaho.
They don’t have to be famous or famous for it.
They just have to have a unique look and feel, and I think that’s what makes them special, said Tait.
You’re really going to see a lot of tattoos for kids, and for the submarine kids, the submarine tattoo is just another way to show their connection to the submarine.
It’s kind of an expression of their love for the underwater environment and their love of the sea, and it’s just kind of what they do, she added.
They have different interests.
They have different hobbies.
They do things with their submarines.
They can play with them, they can even play underwater.
So how do you get them?
The submarine tattoos can be a pretty complicated process.
You can go to tattoo parlors, or you can do it online, depending on what type of tattoo you’re going for.
There are tattoo shops and online shops that sell them, but they are typically done on someone’s body, according the NCMEC.
It’s not just an expensive thing.
It can cost a couple hundred dollars, and they can be done on anyone’s body.
There are tattoo parlor locations that specialize in it, but the process can be very expensive.
So why would you do it?
Because it’s a really cool way to say something about your identity, said Kayden Kincade, who does tattooing for the company that does the tattoos.
It feels good to be proud of who you are.
I love the fact that it means something to me.
You feel like you’re part of something, even if you’re not, said Kincades mom, Kimberly.
You are part the world.
You can just go out and have fun, said his dad, John.
You don’t really have to go to the tattoo shop, you can just just go and have a look around and go through the different options, he said.
They can be quite expensive, he added.
But don’t feel like it’s only about your face, said John.
We have to show that you’re proud of yourself too.
And so you need to be able to show a certain confidence in yourself and that you know how to express that to others.
It gives them a sense of self-worth.
Kids need to feel special.
Kids need to have that feeling of being special.
And the submarine tattoos just make that special.
It shows that they can express themselves in a certain way.
They are really just an expression, he explained.
You’re just doing something that feels good.
And that’s how they can make a connection to their home, said Julie Boulware, a mother of three kids who also has tattoos of her children.
She said she has seen her kids get the tattoos and say, “I’ve got a submarine in my belly, and that’s cool.
That means something, I know how I feel.””
It feels really good,” she added, adding that she has had some very difficult conversations with her children about the tattoos, and her kids are very supportive.
“I think they’re really proud of themselves.”
“I love it, it’s my kid,” said the youngest child, Jake, who also got a tattoo of himself.
“It feels like they