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19th May '16 8:24:31 PM KingLyger
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* Tree Hugger of ''WesternAnimaton/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' wears long red dreadlocks under a flower bandanna, as a way to signify her status as a GranolaGirl.

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* Tree Hugger of ''WesternAnimaton/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' wears long red dreadlocks under a flower bandanna, as a way to signify her status as a GranolaGirl.
19th May '16 8:24:00 PM KingLyger
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* Tree Hugger of ''WesternAnimaton/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' wears long red dreadlocks under a flower bandanna, as a way to signify her status as a GranolaGirl.
11th Mar '16 10:27:26 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* Cosima Niehaus from ''Series/OrphanBlack'' is an {{hipster}} EruditeStoner MisfitLabRat and wears dreadlocks.

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* Cosima Niehaus from ''Series/OrphanBlack'' is an a {{hipster}} EruditeStoner MisfitLabRat and wears dreadlocks.
11th Mar '16 10:26:50 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* [[Creator/JohnnyDepp Captain Jack Sparrow]] in the ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' movies is a ChaoticNeutral {{Cloudcuckoolander}} with the requisite dreads.


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* Cosima Niehaus from ''Series/OrphanBlack'' is an {{hipster}} EruditeStoner MisfitLabRat and wears dreadlocks.
24th Feb '16 7:05:06 PM Knight20
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2nd Oct '15 6:17:57 PM Katsuhagi
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The reasons for wearing of dreadlocks may vary across different groups, ranging from "'deep religious and spiritual conviction'' (as in the case of Rastafarians and some Hindus) to ''symbolism of rebellion against authority, especially that of the government-controlled type'' (as exemplified in Bob Marley's music, and explained above).

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The reasons for wearing of dreadlocks may vary across different groups, ranging from "'deep "deep religious and spiritual conviction'' conviction" (as in the case of Rastafarians and some Hindus) to ''symbolism "symbolism of rebellion against authority, especially that of the government-controlled type'' type" (as exemplified in Bob Marley's music, and explained above).
29th Sep '15 6:51:56 PM Katsuhagi
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* Galahad of ''{{Manga/Gangsta}}'' appears to be ethnically of African descent and falls more under DreadlockWarrior than this trope, but his protege Doug, who was inspired to lock his hair by the former and rebels against the Paulklee Guild by taking a contract to kill someone he knows is off limits.

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* Galahad of ''{{Manga/Gangsta}}'' appears to be ethnically of African descent and falls more under DreadlockWarrior than this trope, but his protege Doug, who was inspired to lock his hair by the former and rebels against the Paulklee Guild by taking a contract to kill someone he knows is off limits.
limits, definitely fits.
29th Sep '15 6:18:46 PM Katsuhagi
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* Tom Tanaka of ''{{Anime/Durarara}}'' has a generally laid back personality and is one of the few people able to keep [[HairTriggerTemper Shizuo]] under control. He also generally comes off as free-spirited but he's a LoanShark by profession, albeit a pretty reasonable and friendly one. His ethnic background isn't explicitly stated in the series, though due to his darker skin tone and MultiethnicName it's speculated that he's partially of African descent.

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* Tom Tanaka of ''{{Anime/Durarara}}'' has a generally laid back personality and is one of the few people able to keep [[HairTriggerTemper Shizuo]] under control. He also generally comes off as free-spirited but he's a LoanShark by profession, albeit a pretty reasonable and friendly one.one who mostly uses Shizuo's [[TheDreaded reputation]] as a deterrent to anyone who might try something. His ethnic background isn't explicitly stated in the series, though due to his darker skin tone and MultiethnicName it's speculated that he's partially of African descent.
* Galahad of ''{{Manga/Gangsta}}'' appears to be ethnically of African descent and falls more under DreadlockWarrior than this trope, but his protege Doug, who was inspired to lock his hair by the former and rebels against the Paulklee Guild by taking a contract to kill someone he knows is off limits.
12th Jul '15 4:32:07 AM Morgenthaler
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* In the Creator/ChrisFarley [[SimilarlyNamedWorks comedy]] ''Film/BlackSheep'', Mike Donnelly encounters some rastas at a "Rock the Vote" style political rally, and he gets high with them, discussing things like [[BoomerangBigot how the white man is keeping them down]]. Later, when he's mistaken for his brother running for governor, he sees the rastas from onstage, and yells "Kill Whitey!", much to the horror of everyone, especially the rastas and his brother.

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* In the Creator/ChrisFarley [[SimilarlyNamedWorks comedy]] ''Film/BlackSheep'', ''Film/BlackSheep1996'', Mike Donnelly encounters some rastas at a "Rock the Vote" style political rally, and he gets high with them, discussing things like [[BoomerangBigot how the white man is keeping them down]]. Later, when he's mistaken for his brother running for governor, he sees the rastas from onstage, and yells "Kill Whitey!", much to the horror of everyone, especially the rastas and his brother.
10th Jun '15 2:20:15 PM larkey
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* Major Lazer and [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Old Rasta]] from ''WesternAnimation/MajorLazer.''
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