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ArcadesSabboth
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08:01:41 PM Mar 15th 2012
edited by ArcadesSabboth
This trope, or something like it, already shows up in ancient Greek (usually Athenian) vase-paintings: The heroes and gods always have well-groomed beards and hair of a moderate length, except when gods are clean-shaven. The horny satyrs and wild, dangerous centaurs have long, shaggy, unkempt beards and hair. Centaurs are typecast as evil, while satyrs are dangerous, unpredictable, and constantly trying to grab and screw nymphs.

Thing is, I don't understand how the examples are organized, so I don't know where to put this.
Forecharmer
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01:21:05 PM Nov 14th 2011
How do you add an image wiki sub-page? I found a really great chart via Graph Jam thats like the current image, and I want to link it to this page somehow. Here it is.
Earnest
07:51:14 AM Nov 2nd 2012
There's an index type page called Image Links Wiki, you can add them by putting in the namespace and trope name (ImageLinks/GoodHairEvilHair in this case) I went ahead and did. Sorry it took a year to see this. =/
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