So, as far as I can tell, I earned the Constantinopolitan hat for StackOverflow because I posted in Meta StackOverflow. But now I want to earn it for Meta StackOverflow. Is there some secret Meta Meta StackOverflow that I can post on to get the hat?
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How am I supposed to earn Constantinopolitan for Meta Stack Overflow?
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1st rule of meta.meta never ask about meta.meta.
Nope doesn't exist.
Not possible to get the hat here.
It is kind of like trying to get the Precognitive badge on any of the trilogy sites.
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