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7th Jun '16 2:20:03 AM Morgenthaler
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%%* ''SoulCalibur''. In the 16th century, no less.
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%%* ''SoulCalibur''.''VideoGame/SoulCalibur''. In the 16th century, no less.
%%* TheSims,VideoGame/TheSims,
16th Apr '16 2:42:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* Hilariously inverted in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', where we are treated to the sight of Anna waking up on Elsa's coronation day with a ridiculous bedhead that looks like it's gone through a tornado, is drooling out one side of her mouth, and is nibbling on a lock of hair with the other.
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* Hilariously inverted in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', where we are treated to the sight of Anna waking up on Elsa's coronation day with a ridiculous bedhead that looks like it's gone through a tornado, is drooling out one side of her mouth, and is nibbling on a lock of hair with the other.
14th Mar '16 2:31:54 PM NocturneTheFox
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When a TV character wakes up in the morning, he or she is always impeccably groomed. You never see [[MessyHair bed-head]], stubbly beards, or crusty eyes unless it's a story point, and even then it's usually just to emphasize either a late night drinking with friends, or a new baby that's making a lot of demands. But very often, women arise from eight hours' sleep with perfect makeup, without even a small smudge. In short, NotAMorningPerson definitely does not apply.

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When a TV character wakes up in the morning, he or she is almost always impeccably groomed. You never see [[MessyHair bed-head]], stubbly beards, or crusty eyes unless it's a story point, and even then it's usually just to emphasize either a late night drinking with friends, or a new baby that's making a lot of demands. But very often, women arise from eight hours' sleep with perfect makeup, without even a small smudge. In short, NotAMorningPerson definitely does not apply.
2nd Feb '16 10:36:32 PM lexicon
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* In Ben Higgins's season of ''Series/TheBachelor'' he wakes everyone up to find Amanda and take her on a date and the other girls comment on how nice and alert she looks. She appears to have makeup on and and have not fallen asleep.
26th Jan '16 11:56:53 PM harlbior
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* Humorously averted with Rocket from ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'', who wakes up in one scene with his fur flattened on one side of his face.
7th Jan '16 10:55:24 PM Tuckerscreator
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* Hilariously inverted in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', where we are treated to the sight of Anna waking up on Elsa's coronation day with ridiculous bedhead that looks like it's gone through a tornado, is drooling out one side of her mouth, and is nibbling on a lock of hair with the other.
* The title character's eye makeup is utterly unsmudged the morning after her sister and brother-in-law put her to bed following her FreakOut in ''Film/MarthaMarcyMayMarlene''

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* Hilariously inverted in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', where we are treated to the sight of Anna waking up on Elsa's coronation day with a ridiculous bedhead that looks like it's gone through a tornado, is drooling out one side of her mouth, and is nibbling on a lock of hair with the other.
* ''Film/MarthaMarcyMayMarlene'': The title character's eye makeup is utterly unsmudged the morning after her sister and brother-in-law put her to bed following her FreakOut in ''Film/MarthaMarcyMayMarlene''FreakOut.
7th Jan '16 10:31:03 PM DanielCase
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* The title character's eye makeup is utterly unsmudged the morning after her sister and brother-in-law put her to bed following her FreakOut in ''Film/MarthaMarcyMayMarlene''
8th Dec '15 8:39:14 PM PaulA
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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'' Memorably averted in the episode ''The Model School Teacher''. The catty female reporter is pleased to see Miss Brooks unmade up, so she could portray her as poorly as possible.

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* ''Radio/OurMissBrooks'' ''Series/OurMissBrooks'': Memorably averted in the episode ''The "The Model School Teacher''.Teacher". The catty female reporter is pleased to see Miss Brooks unmade up, so she could portray her as poorly as possible.
8th Oct '15 9:29:17 AM dmcreif
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* [[Film/JamesBond Bond girls]] are famous for this. Not only do they wake up the morning after an ''active'' night in bed with James with flawless make-up but their hair is unmussed ''and'' they are wearing all their jewelry.

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* [[Film/JamesBond Bond girls]] are famous for this. Not only do they wake up the morning after an ''active'' night in bed with James with flawless make-up but their hair is unmussed ''and'' they are wearing all their jewelry.jewelry (for some reason).



* Hilariously inverted in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', where we are treated to the sight of Anna waking up on Elsa's coronation day with a tangled mess of hair that looks like it's gone through a tornado.

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* Hilariously inverted in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'', where we are treated to the sight of Anna waking up on Elsa's coronation day with a tangled mess of hair ridiculous bedhead that looks like it's gone through a tornado.tornado, is drooling out one side of her mouth, and is nibbling on a lock of hair with the other.
7th Jul '15 4:37:14 PM ANTMuddle
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[Ready to face the world again.]

When a TV character wakes up in the morning, he or she is always impeccably groomed. You never see [[MessyHair bed-head]], stubbly beards, or crusty eyes unless it's a story point, and even then it's usually just to emphasize either a late night drinking with friends, or a new baby that's making a lot of demands. But very often, women arise from eight hours' sleep with perfect makeup, without even a small smudge. In short, NotAMorningPerson definitely does not apply.

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[Ready [-[[caption-width-right:350:Ready to face the world again.]

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When a TV character wakes up in the morning, he or she is always impeccably groomed. You never see [[MessyHair bed-head]], stubbly beards, or crusty eyes unless it's a story point, and even then it's usually just to emphasize either a late night drinking with friends, or a new baby that's making a lot of demands. But very often, women arise from eight hours' sleep with perfect makeup, without even a small smudge. In short, NotAMorningPerson definitely does not apply.
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