#38900
989josh
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    @989josh

So am get a tattoo that say king to be but don’t no if it should be too or to any help is aprcated

#123939
Panter
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    @panter

It’s “King to be”

HTH

Chris


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#123942
989josh
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    @989josh

Thank you that Wat I thought but the guy that doing the drawly ask me if I want to and said he think that the crorect way and I was also going to captliz the t and b that should look fine?

#123948
Panter
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    @panter

There’s no reason to capitalise the t or b, better without imo.


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#123952
Inkmywholebodi
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    @inkmywholebodi

Yea no ‘oo’ needed. Dont know if ya thought about it or even if it will be large enough but if ya ever wanted to add to it you could hang a crown on the vertical part of the ‘K’ in King or even use the crown as a dot in the ‘i’. Just a randoms opinion. Good luck!


-JA
#124024
GrayCatLove
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    @graycatlove

The grammatically proper way, like a title, would be “King to Be.”

You don’t capitalize modifiers like “the.”

“King to be” is a sentence fragment. It looks a little sloppy, in my opinion, but I was raised to value use of good English. I assume you mean it to be like a title, as in, “I am going to be the king, ergo I am the King to Be.”

#124680
johndeniel
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    @johndeniel

King is popular as a first name for men in the history. “King to be” a grammatical phrase which shows your bright future.


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