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14th Dec '12 3:43:21 PM skybox
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* The late Linda Smith had a routine complaining about the use of this trope in opera: 'Someone puts on a big hat and suddenly no-one can recognize them, even people who they've been talking to for half an hour. If that worked in real life, the witness protection programme would consist of a selection of headgear.'

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* The late Linda Smith had a routine complaining about the use of this trope in opera: 'Someone puts on a big hat and suddenly no-one can recognize them, even people who they've been talking to for half an hour. If that worked in real life, the witness protection programme program would consist of a selection of headgear.'
3rd Nov '12 10:14:38 PM Oreochan
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* The late Linda Smith had a routine complaining about the use of this trope in opera: 'Someone puts on a big hat and suddenly no-one can recognize them, even people who they've been talking to for half an hour. If that worked in real life, the witness protection programme would consist of a selection of headgear.'
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