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9th Apr '17 2:01:22 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'': "For instance -- we always keep our heads covered, and always wear little prayer shawls. This shows our constant devotion to God. You may ask, "How did this tradition get started?" I'll tell you! ... I don't know. But it is a tradition!"

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* ''Theatre/FiddlerOnTheRoof'': "For instance -- we always keep our heads covered, and always wear little prayer shawls. This shows our constant devotion to God. You may ask, "How did this tradition get started?" I'll tell you! ... I don't know. But it is a tradition!"tradition!" Later in the play, Tevye jokes that maybe the reason Jews always wear hats is because they're always being forced out of their homes and forced to move someplace else.
5th Apr '17 8:59:57 PM SpacemanSpoof
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* Not a hat, exactly, but in ''Series/ElChavoDelOcho'', a set of hair curlers is part of Doña Florinda's standard costume. No matter what time of day it is, or what's going on in the neighborhood, she always wears those curlers. More straight, Chavo and Quico are always seen with their hats. (Don Ramón has a hat, too, but he tends to throw it to the ground whenever he's angry.)
4th Apr '17 6:03:25 PM REV6Pilot
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* The military of certain countries demand soldiers to wear their headgear, typically a beret, at all times when outside. Inverted when indoors and in certain events, where they're supposed to have them ''off''.
10th Mar '17 3:44:16 PM jharrison3051
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* When he's not wrestling (and he hasn't for years), Wrestling/HulkHogan always covers his head with a bandana or do-rag.

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* When he's not wrestling (and he hasn't for years), Wrestling/HulkHogan always covers his head with a bandana or do-rag.do-rag, even a black option for [[https://www.bostonglobe.com/business/2016/03/09/editor-testimony-stuns-hulk-hogan-trial/EHI5YZ7WWfHcplCFIlXPfJ/story.html testifying in court cases]].
7th Mar '17 9:47:25 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Actor Mike O'Malley, from ''Series/YesDear'' and ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Though early in his Nickelodeon career he had a full head of hair, his latter-day baldness has made him dedicated to the headwear. Just try to find a recent picture of him without a hat.

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* Actor Mike O'Malley, from ''Series/YesDear'' and ''Series/{{Glee}}''. Though early in his Nickelodeon career he had a full head of hair, his latter-day baldness has made him dedicated to the headwear. Just try to find a recent picture of him without a hat.


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* When he's not wrestling (and he hasn't for years), Wrestling/HulkHogan always covers his head with a bandana or do-rag.
2nd Feb '17 3:51:09 AM VicGeorge2011
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* ''Franchise/TheSmurfs'': Every single Smurf wears a white hat, except for Papa Smurf, who has a red one. They are rarely shown without a hat on, with Papa Smurf in the comic book story "The Black Smurfs" (and [[AdapationDyeJob its English adaptation "The Purple Smurfs"]]) having his hat blown off his head when his laboratory exploded after being turned into a Black Smurf, revealing a bald head. In both ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' cartoon show and the film version of ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute'', there were some instances where the younger male Smurfs took off their hats to reveal bald heads underneath.

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* ''Franchise/TheSmurfs'': Every single Smurf wears a white hat, except for Papa Smurf, who has a red one. They are rarely shown without a hat on, with Papa Smurf in the comic book story "The Black Smurfs" (and [[AdapationDyeJob [[AdaptationDyeJob its English adaptation "The Purple Smurfs"]]) having his hat blown off his head when his laboratory exploded after being turned into a Black Smurf, revealing a bald head. In both ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' cartoon show and the film version of ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute'', there were some instances where the younger male Smurfs took off their hats to reveal bald heads underneath.
2nd Feb '17 3:50:31 AM VicGeorge2011
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* ''Franchise/TheSmurfs'': Every single Smurf wears a white hat, except for Papa Smurf, who has a red one.

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* ''Franchise/TheSmurfs'': Every single Smurf wears a white hat, except for Papa Smurf, who has a red one. They are rarely shown without a hat on, with Papa Smurf in the comic book story "The Black Smurfs" (and [[AdapationDyeJob its English adaptation "The Purple Smurfs"]]) having his hat blown off his head when his laboratory exploded after being turned into a Black Smurf, revealing a bald head. In both ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs'' cartoon show and the film version of ''WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsAndTheMagicFlute'', there were some instances where the younger male Smurfs took off their hats to reveal bald heads underneath.
1st Feb '17 4:45:23 AM Lloigor
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* From the same starting artist, as the example above, Chip in ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois''. (Chip is Beetle's nephew, btw).

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* From the same starting artist, as the example above, Chip in ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois''. (Chip is Beetle's nephew, btw).btw.)



* Subverted by Creator/TerryPratchett. He is well known for his penchant for wearing large, black fedora hats, as seen on the inside back covers of most of his books, but he actually takes them off now and then. It's just that when he does, people assume that it's not Pratchett. Perhaps it's a reference to his ''Discworld'' series? A wizard without his hat is naked. A wizard with his hat is not naked, even when he is.

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* Subverted by Creator/TerryPratchett. He is was well known for his penchant for wearing large, black fedora hats, as seen on the inside back covers of most of his books, but he actually takes took them off now and then. It's just that when he does, did, people assume assumed that it's not it wasn't Pratchett. Perhaps it's a reference to his ''Discworld'' series? A wizard without his hat is naked. A wizard with his hat is not naked, even when he is.
12th Dec '16 2:54:12 PM shawnvw
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* From the same starting artist, as the example above, Chip in ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois''.

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* From the same starting artist, as the example above, Chip in ''ComicStrip/HiAndLois''. (Chip is Beetle's nephew, btw).
6th Dec '16 9:45:24 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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-->'''Fat Albert''': Uh...I can't take my sweater off 'cause... [-I don't know what's underneath it-].

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-->'''Fat Albert''': Uh... I can't take my sweater off 'cause... [-I don't know what's underneath it-].



* ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'': Black Mage's NiceHat, which also [[TheFaceless obscures his face in shadow]] (except for his [[SupernaturalGoldEyes eyes]]). That's a good thing, since there's apparently something [[NightmareFace just plain]] ''[[HumanoidAbomination wrong]]'' with his face. He takes the hat off just ''once'' in the entire comic's run (though [[{{Unreveal}} we don't see his face]], and the poor sap who ''does'' get a look ([[spoiler:Onion Kid]]) is [[GoMadFromTheRevelation driven insane]] by [[BrownNote the sight]].

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* ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'': Black Mage's NiceHat, which also [[TheFaceless obscures his face in shadow]] (except for his [[SupernaturalGoldEyes eyes]]). That's a good thing, since there's apparently something [[NightmareFace just plain]] ''[[HumanoidAbomination wrong]]'' with his face. He takes the hat off just ''once'' in the entire comic's run (though [[{{Unreveal}} we don't see his face]], and the poor sap who ''does'' get a look ([[spoiler:Onion Kid]]) is [[GoMadFromTheRevelation driven insane]] by [[BrownNote the sight]].sight]]).
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