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Unread 10-13-2012, 01:21 PM   #1
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Meiko's tattoo - what number is it?

What exact number is Meiko's vocaloid tattoo? I've seen so many pictures where the number seems to be keep changing (that goes for some other Vocaloids, too), but commonly, I see Meiko with "00" and either her name or the word "Vocaloid" written under it. Does the number actually represent something and should be correct, or it really doesn't matter? Just curious, as I am thinking of using marker to write it on my upper arm (most likely gonna go with "00"). And should I put her name or the word "Vocaloid" underneath the number? (I was more or less thinking her name, since I will be putting the word "Vocaloid" under the yellow strip on her vest. Otherwise, I can switch it around). And lastly, red or black ink? Thanks in advanced!
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Unread 10-13-2012, 03:07 PM   #2
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Well, Meiko, like Kaito doesn't have a number.(and I think they stopped doing the number tattoos after Luka). It really doesn't matter what you do. Anything is fine. But I would say use red for the tattoo if you are going to have one since that's her color.
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Ah, interesting. Thank you so much for the advice ^.^ This really helps!
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Unread 11-25-2012, 12:15 PM   #4
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Well, Meiko, like Kaito doesn't have a number.(and I think they stopped doing the number tattoos after Luka). It really doesn't matter what you do. Anything is fine. But I would say use red for the tattoo if you are going to have one since that's her color.
Luka is the latest released Crypton vocaloid. She doesn't count.

And I prefer 00.
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