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13th Jun '16 11:31:13 AM LobsterMagnusNovus
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** And then, there are also women who are bald, due to a medical condition, or because of chemotherapy.
22nd Mar '16 5:19:58 AM ladyofthelibrary
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** Given that it isn't officially recognized as part of the universe due to being a game on Cartoon Network's site, the canonical nature of it is debatable but in "Cafeteria Rumble", Edd removes his hat as part of a victory should he be the winning avatar; all that can be seen is apparently normal strands of dark hair but given that it's not a clear shot, the player may not be seeing what the other characters see.
27th Jan '16 5:47:46 AM DarkStarling
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* [[Myth/GreekMythology King Midas]] (the same one with the golden touch) made a bad call on a divine music contest and the gods cursed him with donkey's ears as punishment. He hid it by making tall caps a fashion statement, but his ChattyHairdresser knew the truth...

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* [[Myth/GreekMythology King Midas]] (the same one with the golden touch) made chose Pan over Apollo in a bad call on a divine music contest [[JerkassGods and the gods was cursed him with donkey's donkey ears as punishment.by the sore loser]]. He hid it by making tall caps a fashion statement, but his ChattyHairdresser knew the truth...
19th Jan '16 10:08:07 AM johnsmithxxi
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* ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'': In the first season episode, "The Haircut", Beaver is hyped about playing in the school Christmas Pageant. Unfortunately, he loses his haircut money and has Wally act as amateur barber. Fortunately, Beaver gets to sing in the play. [[TakeAThirdOption He simply wears a winter tuque.]]
5th Dec '15 4:31:05 PM nombretomado
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* In one of the ''SesameStreet'' Manners Books (probably ''Grover's Guide to Good Manners''), it states that it's okay to ask someone in front of you to remove his hat but the following illustration reveals that hat-wearer to have [[CompressedHair mass quantities of hair]] under the tiny little bowler hat he just removed.

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* In one of the ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' Manners Books (probably ''Grover's Guide to Good Manners''), it states that it's okay to ask someone in front of you to remove his hat but the following illustration reveals that hat-wearer to have [[CompressedHair mass quantities of hair]] under the tiny little bowler hat he just removed.
11th Nov '15 6:21:25 AM BobTanaka
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* The Literature/FatherBrown story ''The Purple Wig'' revolves around this. A duke is famous for a purple wig, which he claims is to hide the hideously deformed ear that is the mark of shame for his family's crimes. Father Brown points out that, if he really wanted to hide the thing, he would wear a wig of an actual hair color and wouldn't go around telling his shame to everyone he met. [[spoiler: It turns out that what he's really hiding is a scar identifying him as the servant who murdered the real duke.]]
19th Sep '15 1:49:51 PM nombretomado
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* ''ElfQuest'''s Nightfall has perfectly normal (though voluminous) hair, but always keeps it under a headscarf except when she's literally letting her hair down.

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* ''ElfQuest'''s ''ComicBook/ElfQuest'''s Nightfall has perfectly normal (though voluminous) hair, but always keeps it under a headscarf except when she's literally letting her hair down.
1st Sep '15 7:37:08 PM CaptainTedium
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* In the finale of the 2006 revival of ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'', this is shown to happen to Vinnie's old girlfriend Harley, who reveals that she has [[FaceHeelTurn sided with the Nomad Rats]] because she was horribly scarred during the Plutarkian invasion and thought that the Biker Mice abandoned her. She now hides her disfigurement by wearing a purple mask. While we never see her scars, the flashbacks that appear during her VillainSong do depict her covering her face with her hands as well as her face being bandaged prior to getting her mask.
30th Aug '15 12:26:05 PM Prfnoff
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* In the last issue of the UK comic ''{{Buster}}'', the title character removed his hat for the first time, to reveal that without it he looked exactly like ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK. Buster had to keep it on for copyright reasons.

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* In the last issue of the UK comic ''{{Buster}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Buster}}'', the title character removed his hat for the first time, to reveal that without it he looked exactly like ComicStrip/DennisTheMenaceUK. Buster had to keep it on for copyright reasons.
20th Jul '15 12:05:39 PM Morgenthaler
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* Recurring supporting character Sam Hawkins in Karl May's ''{{Winnetou}}'' novels wears a shaggy gray wig all the time to cover the appropriately gruesome scars from the [[FlayingAlive scalping]] he's survived in his backstory.

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* Recurring supporting character Sam Hawkins in Karl May's ''{{Winnetou}}'' ''Literature/{{Winnetou}}'' novels wears a shaggy gray wig all the time to cover the appropriately gruesome scars from the [[FlayingAlive scalping]] he's survived in his backstory.
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