I honestly think we'd be treating the readers like idiots to think that someone is honestly going to look at a trope named Sci Fi Bob and think it's about science fiction characters named Bob, but okay.
Hairstyles aren't tropes unless they indicate something in the narrative. We already cut our eyes out cleaning Hime Cut. There's a reason Parley is not an example of Hime Cut despite having the hairstyle.
What goes around, comes around what goes up, must come down
This have already been discussed and the conclusion is that it does indicate/symbolise things. (Associated with the flapper, Rebellious / Party Girl, Youth, Women's Movement, "shocking statement of independence in young women" etc.) So this is a trope, maybe even two.
I just think that splitting it this way is a bad idea. It still symbolise some of these things after ~90 years!
Basically make this into that trope without the year restriction and don't create Sci-Fi Bob Haircut.
But it looks like it's just me, So do whatever the crowner says.
"Learning without thinking is labor lost. Thinking without learning is dangerous."
Alternative Titles: Bob Haircut
27th Jul '12 12:32:25 PM
Vote up names you like, vote down names you don't. Whether or not the title will actually be changed is determined with a different kind of crowner (the Single Proposition crowner). This one just collects and ranks alternative titles.
Bob Haircut is being split into two tropes: Bob haircut to indicate a flapper or the twenties, and bob haircut to indicate a scifi setting. This crowner contains names for both tropes.