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17th May '18 12:37:29 PM StFan
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* Many panels of ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' featured one or more beehive-coiffed beauties.
** Beehive hairdos and harlequin or cat-eye glasses were TertiarySexualCharacteristics for Gary Larson.
* Night Girl of the [[Comicbook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Legion of Substitute Heroes]] wore a beehive hairdo for years... and has sported it in most of her modern appearances as well, as it's apparently now [[OutdatedOutfit considered her iconic look]].
* Susan Storm of the ComicBook/FantasticFour [[http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?t=80798 has worn a beehive at various points.]]
** This was {{lampshaded}} in an issue of ''Comicbook/NewWarriors'' where the team of teenage heroes travel through time and see past versions of various heroes with one of them remarking that Susan Storm looked silly with her beehive hair.
* ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' creator Stephan Pastis wrote a strip that, apparently, nobody got. Pig sees a "Beware of Dog" sign in a yard, that appears to have the 'g' missing. He knocks on the door to let the owner know, only to be greeted by a woman with an atrocious beehive haircut. Beware of ''do''. Geddit?
** Also worth noting Patty and Pigita, even though the former is, um, [[NonmammalianHair a reptile]].
* Mindscan in ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' ''appears'' to have one. [[spoiler:It's actually a wig to cover her [[MyBrainIsBig oversized, lumpy skull]].]]

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* Many panels of ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' featured one or more beehive-coiffed beauties.
** Beehive hairdos and harlequin or cat-eye glasses were TertiarySexualCharacteristics for Gary Larson.
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* Night Girl of the [[Comicbook/{{Legion [[ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}} Legion of Substitute Heroes]] wore a beehive hairdo for years... and has sported it in most of her modern appearances as well, as it's apparently now [[OutdatedOutfit considered her iconic look]].
* Susan Storm of the ComicBook/FantasticFour [[http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?t=80798 has worn a beehive at various points.]]
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]] This was {{lampshaded}} in an issue of ''Comicbook/NewWarriors'' ''ComicBook/NewWarriors'' where the team of teenage heroes travel through time and see past versions of various heroes with one of them remarking that Susan Storm looked silly with her beehive hair.
* ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' creator Stephan Pastis wrote a strip that, apparently, nobody got. Pig sees a "Beware of Dog" sign in a yard, that appears to have the 'g' missing. He knocks on the door to let the owner know, only to be greeted by a woman with an atrocious beehive haircut. Beware of ''do''. Geddit?
** Also worth noting Patty and Pigita, even though the former is, um, [[NonmammalianHair a reptile]].
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Mindscan in ''Comicbook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' ''ComicBook/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' ''appears'' to have one. [[spoiler:It's actually a wig to cover her [[MyBrainIsBig oversized, lumpy skull]].]]



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* [[http://moloveanime.deviantart.com/art/Beehive-Randomness-244224782 Beehive Randomness]], a one-shot ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fic about six of the (long-haired) characters' hair mysteriously becoming updone. Miyuki finds it rather embarrassing, and so does Kagami once she and Konata wind up next. (Despite the title, there is not actually much random about it.)
* Fanfic/{{Starbound}}, another ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fic, also involves the Kagami, Konata, and Miyuki's hair becoming updone during the first half of its first chapter. They later find out from Kagami and Tsukasa's second cousin Rokuna ([[Anime/MonColleKnights yes, that one]], except with [[AdaptationDyeJob brown hair]] already also done up into a hive) that the [[spoiler: crystals]] responsible for it are actually meant to enable them to use psychokinetics. (The version on Fanfiction.net is even marked with a photoshopped image of Kagami with her hair updone.)

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* [[http://moloveanime.deviantart.com/art/Beehive-Randomness-244224782 Many panels of ''ComicStrip/TheFarSide'' featured one or more beehive-coiffed beauties. Beehive Randomness]], a one-shot ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fic about six of the (long-haired) characters' hair mysteriously becoming updone. Miyuki finds it rather embarrassing, hairdos and so does Kagami once she and Konata wind up next. (Despite the title, there is not actually much random about it.)
harlequin or cat-eye glasses were TertiarySexualCharacteristics for Gary Larson.
* Fanfic/{{Starbound}}, another ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fic, also involves the Kagami, Konata, and Miyuki's hair becoming updone during the first half ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'':
** Creator Stephan Pastis wrote a strip that, apparently, nobody got. Pig sees a "Beware
of its first chapter. They later find out from Kagami and Tsukasa's second cousin Rokuna ([[Anime/MonColleKnights yes, Dog" sign in a yard, that one]], except appears to have the "g" missing. He knocks on the door to let the owner know, only to be greeted by a woman with [[AdaptationDyeJob brown hair]] already also done up into a hive) that the [[spoiler: crystals]] responsible for it are actually meant to enable them to use psychokinetics. (The version on Fanfiction.net is an atrocious beehive haircut. Beware of ''do''. Geddit?
** Also worth noting Patty and Pigita,
even marked with though the former is, um, [[NonmammalianHair a photoshopped image of Kagami with her hair updone.)reptile]].



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* ''[[http://moloveanime.deviantart.com/art/Beehive-Randomness-244224782 Beehive Randomness]]'', a one-shot ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fic about six of the (long-haired) characters' hair mysteriously becoming updone. Miyuki finds it rather embarrassing, and so does Kagami once she and Konata wind up next. (Despite the title, there is not actually much random about it.)
* ''Fanfic/{{Starbound}}'', another ''Manga/LuckyStar'' fic, also involves the Kagami, Konata, and Miyuki's hair becoming updone during the first half of its first chapter. They later find out from Kagami and Tsukasa's second cousin Rokuna ([[Anime/MonColleKnights yes, that one]], except with [[AdaptationDyeJob brown hair]] already also done up into a hive) that the [[spoiler: crystals]] responsible for it are actually meant to enable them to use psychokinetics. (The version on Fanfiction.net is even marked with a photoshopped image of Kagami with her hair updone.)
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* Ricki Lake sports this style in ''Film/{{Hairspray}}''.
** ''Everyone'' sported that style in ''Hairspray'', hence the title.

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* Ricki Lake sports this style in ''Film/{{Hairspray}}''.
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''Everyone'' sported sport that style in ''Hairspray'', ''Film/{{Hairspray}}'', hence the title.



** And Ricki Lake becomes the one major exception when she irons her hair flat in jail like she learned it from the beatniks.

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** And Ricki Lake sports this style at the beginning, but she becomes the one major exception when she irons her hair flat in jail like she learned it from the beatniks.



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5th May '18 4:46:51 PM Willbyr
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The Beehive Hairdo is a woman's hairstyle in fashion from about the 1940s through the 1960s, in which long hair is piled high above the head and cemented with plenty of hairspray. A few elderly women could be seen sporting the beehive into the 1990s, at which point it became more of a gag and/or trope hairstyle than anything [[RealLife real]]. They seem to have made a small comeback in the last few years, thanks to celebrities from shows like ''Series/JerseyShore'' making "poofy hair" trendy again. It is named as such because it resembles a StockBeehive in shape.

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The Beehive Hairdo is a woman's hairstyle in fashion from about the 1940s through the 1960s, in which long hair is piled high above the head and cemented with plenty of hairspray. A few elderly women could be seen sporting the beehive into the 1990s, at which point it became more of a gag and/or trope hairstyle than anything [[RealLife real]].{{real|Life}}. They seem to have made a small comeback in the last few years, thanks to celebrities from shows like ''Series/JerseyShore'' making "poofy hair" trendy again. It is named as such because it resembles a StockBeehive in shape.
5th May '18 4:45:30 PM Willbyr
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14th Apr '18 3:37:28 PM SeaRover
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* In the episode of [[WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger "No Hope for Courtney"]], popular girl Courtney Gripling has her hair done in a beehive.

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* In the episode of [[WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger "No ''WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger'' episode ''No Hope for Courtney"]], Courtney'', popular girl Courtney Gripling has her hair done in a beehive. beehive.
* The female lead in the 1931 Fleischer Animation short ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_PPX7gps4iI In My Merry Oldsmobile]]''.
17th Feb '18 2:49:32 PM nombretomado
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* ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'': Puzzlette's hair looks quite like a beehive.

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* ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'': ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheUnwoundFuture'': Puzzlette's hair looks quite like a beehive.
8th Feb '18 2:37:19 PM WillKeaton
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* Rosemary "Rosie" Willow from [[http://fac-agentc.deviantart.com/ FAC-AgentC]]'s dA comic ''Timepeace''.

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* Rosemary "Rosie" Willow from [[http://fac-agentc.deviantart.com/ FAC-AgentC]]'s FAC-AgentC's]] dA comic ''Timepeace''.



** Buttercup Raiko has a similar hairdo in WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra.
* Eustace's mother in WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog.

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** Buttercup Raiko has a similar hairdo in WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra.
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* Eustace's mother in WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog.''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog.''
8th Feb '18 2:36:18 PM WillKeaton
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* Susan Storm of the ComicBook/FantasticFour [[http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?t=80798 has worn a beehive at various points]].

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* Susan Storm of the ComicBook/FantasticFour [[http://forums.comicbookresources.com/showthread.php?t=80798 has worn a beehive at various points]].points.]]
19th Jan '18 12:33:39 AM toongrrl1990
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* In the episode of [[WesternAnimation/AsToldByGinger "No Hope for Courtney"]], popular girl Courtney Gripling has her hair done in a beehive.
9th Jan '18 5:38:54 PM defciggy
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** It is fair to say this might have its roots in the "Pompadour hairstyles" of the late eighteenth century, popular at the French court, where women would seek to out-do each other in even more spectacular - and ultimately preposterous - [[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/will-bashor/marie-antoinettes-crazies_b_4109620.html piled hairstyles]], heavily fixed with lacqueurs and often reliant on what today we might call "hair extentions". Some of these [[baroque hairstylings incoprorated clocks, and even cages of small animals - birds, butterflies and even mice were popular. If this is combined with poor standards of personal hygiene and the fact unwashed hair fixed with glues, lacquers and animal fats might look nice but would stink after a while - and which would inevitably attract other forms of livestock not imprisoned in cages - then we have an urban myth with roots in historical fact.

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** It is fair to say this might have its roots in the "Pompadour "pompadour hairstyles" of the late eighteenth century, popular at the French court, where women would seek to out-do each other in even more spectacular - and spectacular--and ultimately preposterous - [[http://www.preposterous--[[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/will-bashor/marie-antoinettes-crazies_b_4109620.html piled hairstyles]], heavily fixed with lacqueurs lacquer and often reliant on what today we might call "hair extentions". extensions". Some of these [[baroque hairstylings incoprorated baroque hair styles incorporated clocks, and even cages of with small animals - like birds, butterflies and even mice were popular. If this is combined with mice. Combine the poor standards of personal hygiene at the time, and the fact unwashed hair fixed with glues, lacquers lacquer, and animal fats might look nice but would stink after a while - and (and which would inevitably attract other forms of livestock creatures not imprisoned in cages - cages) then we have an urban myth with roots in historical fact.
1st Nov '17 6:27:56 AM SeaRover
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* A spectator sitting next to Tycho in [[https://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/1999/01/22/saving-private-ion this strip]] of ''Webcomic/PennyArcade''.
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