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7th May '17 12:47:43 PM Xtifr
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* Maudlin of Garry Kilworth's ''WelkinWeasels: Heastward Ho!'' borrows a red headband with a phrase written in [[FantasyCounterpartCulture "Asian"]] letters on it when battling a pirate junk. He's very fond of the headband and assumes in his usual daydreamy manner that "''No doubt it read something like GREAT WARRIOR or UNDEFEATABLE ONE''". Nobody has the heart to tell him it actually reads "Number One Stir-Fry Chef".

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* Maudlin of Garry Kilworth's ''WelkinWeasels: ''Literature/WelkinWeasels: Heastward Ho!'' borrows a red headband with a phrase written in [[FantasyCounterpartCulture "Asian"]] letters on it when battling a pirate junk. He's very fond of the headband and assumes in his usual daydreamy manner that "''No doubt it read something like GREAT WARRIOR or UNDEFEATABLE ONE''". Nobody has the heart to tell him it actually reads "Number One Stir-Fry Chef".
3rd Apr '17 5:37:49 PM nombretomado
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* Leorio does this in ''HunterXHunter'' while studying for the final exam. It's then revealed that he put cheat sheets on the back of it. And everywhere else in his clothes.

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* Leorio does this in ''HunterXHunter'' ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' while studying for the final exam. It's then revealed that he put cheat sheets on the back of it. And everywhere else in his clothes.
29th Mar '17 6:56:12 AM Doug86
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* In the ''Anime/MaiOtome'' manga, Shizuru wonders where her [[EvilCounterpart Dark Hime]] is, and imagines a version of her PsychoLesbian Anime/MaiHime incarnation wearing a "Natsuki [[GratuitousEnglish Love]]" headband. Takeda, who makes a cameo coming to Garderobe to get pictures of Natsuki, has a similar headband.

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* In the ''Anime/MaiOtome'' manga, Shizuru wonders where her [[EvilCounterpart Dark Hime]] is, and imagines a version of her PsychoLesbian Anime/MaiHime [=MaiHime=] incarnation wearing a "Natsuki [[GratuitousEnglish Love]]" headband. Takeda, who makes a cameo coming to Garderobe to get pictures of Natsuki, has a similar headband.
29th Mar '17 6:54:50 AM Doug86
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* In the ''Anime/MaiOtome'' manga, Shizuru wonders where her [[EvilCounterpart Dark Hime]] is, and imagines a version of her PsychoLesbian MaiHime incarnation wearing a "Natsuki [[GratuitousEnglish Love]]" headband. Takeda, who makes a cameo coming to Garderobe to get pictures of Natsuki, has a similar headband.

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* In the ''Anime/MaiOtome'' manga, Shizuru wonders where her [[EvilCounterpart Dark Hime]] is, and imagines a version of her PsychoLesbian MaiHime Anime/MaiHime incarnation wearing a "Natsuki [[GratuitousEnglish Love]]" headband. Takeda, who makes a cameo coming to Garderobe to get pictures of Natsuki, has a similar headband.
5th Mar '17 9:23:33 AM nombretomado
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* Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung-Fu from MarvelComics is often depicted wearing one. Since he is not a main character and does not have a traditional costume, it [[DependingOnTheArtist depends on the artist]], more often than not.

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* Shang-Chi, the Master of Kung-Fu from MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics, is often depicted wearing one. Since he is not a main character and does not have a traditional costume, it [[DependingOnTheArtist depends on the artist]], more often than not.
26th Feb '17 1:59:19 PM nombretomado
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Traditional headgear worn in Japan, known as ''hachimaki'', is a strip of cloth tied around the head. Think Daniel-san from ''TheKarateKid''. It is often decorated with a written slogan (frequently ''Nippon Ichi'', "No. 1 in Japan"), serving as a sort of tee shirt for the forehead. Commonly worn by warriors, protestors, students studying for exams, or anyone who needs to [[strike: keep sweat from dripping into their eyes]] be serious and focused on something. Or by drunk [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]] (see NecktieHeadband).

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Traditional headgear worn in Japan, known as ''hachimaki'', is a strip of cloth tied around the head. Think Daniel-san from ''TheKarateKid''.''Film/TheKarateKid''. It is often decorated with a written slogan (frequently ''Nippon Ichi'', "No. 1 in Japan"), serving as a sort of tee shirt for the forehead. Commonly worn by warriors, protestors, students studying for exams, or anyone who needs to [[strike: keep sweat from dripping into their eyes]] be serious and focused on something. Or by drunk [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]] (see NecktieHeadband).
16th Feb '17 7:56:21 PM ILikeRobots
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly, hiding from the [[{{cult}} Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath, while underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly, hiding from the [[{{cult}} Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath, him, while underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.
16th Feb '17 7:55:50 PM ILikeRobots
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly hiding from the [[{{cult}} Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly quietly, hiding from the [[{{cult}} Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath, while underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.
16th Feb '17 12:37:58 PM ILikeRobots
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly hiding from the [[{{cult Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly hiding from the [[{{cult [[{{cult}} Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.
16th Feb '17 12:35:48 PM ILikeRobots
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', the protagonist of the second generation, Seliph, wears a pure white headband. The ''Light Inheritors'' manga, an adaptation of the plot of the second generation of the game, has Seliph without the headband while he lives quietly hiding from the [[{{cult Loptyrian Empire]] that is hunting him underneath the protection of his {{Parental Substitute}}s Oifey and Shannan. He dons it after resolving that he'll take the fight to the Empire directly, and grow strong enough that he won't need to be protected anymore.
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