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* In ''Manga/ActAge'', Kei's long, askew strand of hair emphasizes her quirky and slightly naive character, while creating a contrast with her "cool beauty" appearance. It's a family trait too, as both her late mother and her siblings sport a similar one.



* In ''Manga/ActAge'', Kei's long, askew strand of hair emphasizes her quirky and slightly naive character, while creating a contrast with her "cool beauty" appearance. It's a family trait too, as both her late mother and her siblings sport a similar one.

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* In ''Manga/ActAge'', Kei's long, askew strand of hair emphasizes her quirky and slightly naive character, while creating a contrast with her "cool beauty" appearance. It's a family trait too, as both her late mother and her siblings sport a similar one.




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* In ''Chrysanthemum'', the AlphaBitch Victoria has a large cowlick with a star decorated on the top.

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* In ''Manga/TabooTattoo'', the [[BunnyEarsLawyer eccentric]] elderly samurai Tsugio Kobakura has a single dark ahoge sticking up from his otherwise bald head, something the other characters find highly amusing. This appears to be a family trait as his granddaughter [[LadyOfWar Makoto]], a.k.a. [[spoiler: Cal Shekar the vice-commander of Brahman]], also sports one.


* Red Blood Cell in ''Manga/CellsAtWork'' has one, perfectly fitting her adorably awkward personality and tendency to get lost in the blood vessels. Curiously, this has [[EpilepticTrees led some fans to believe]] that she may in fact be an abnormal sickle cell!

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* [[{{Courier}} Red Blood Cell Cell]] [=AE3803=] in ''Manga/CellsAtWork'' has one, perfectly fitting her [[{{Adorkable}} adorably awkward personality personality]] and [[NoSenseOfDirection tendency to get lost lost]] in the blood vessels. Curiously, this has [[EpilepticTrees led some fans to believe]] that she may in fact be an abnormal sickle cell!cell!
** Even her tongue, which ''screams with her'' whenever she [[FreakOut freaks out]], has one, and certain scenes in episode 8 show her standing out stuck in a mass of red blood cells thanks to her ahoge drawn BIGGER than it looks up close.



* Red Blood Cell AE 3803 of ''Manga/CellsAtWork'' has one of these, a red strand that constantly peeks out of her NiceHat. She also has NoSenseOfDirection in spite of her only reason for being is her job as a courier for her host body.

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* Red Blood Cell in ''Manga/CellsAtWork'' has one, perfectly fitting her adorably awkward personality and tendency to get lost in the blood vessels. Curiously, this has [[EpilepticTrees led some fans to believe]] that she may in fact be an abnormal sickle cell!

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* Red Blood Cell AE 3803 of ''Manga/CellsAtWork'' has one of these, a red strand that constantly peeks out of her NiceHat. She also has NoSenseOfDirection in spite of her only reason for being is her job as a courier for her host body.

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* The eponymous protagonist of {{VideoGame/SUGURI}} has an ahoge on her hair, although unlike the others on this list she is most certainly ''not'' stupid, making this a [[SubvertedTrope subversion]].
** Saki from the same game also sports one.


* ''TheRoadToElDorado'': Main characters Tulio and Miguel both have one of these, befitting their personalities as a pair of mischievous con-artists and [[ThoseTwoGuys/AnimatedFilm Those Two Guys]].

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* ''TheRoadToElDorado'': ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'': Main characters Tulio and Miguel both have one of these, befitting their personalities as a pair of mischievous con-artists and [[ThoseTwoGuys/AnimatedFilm Those Two Guys]].

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* ''Anime/YokuWakaruGendaiMahou'': Koyomi have one and fit the ditzy and energetic personality type. However, both Misa and Yumiko also have idiot hair. The former is more level-headed, even though she have a carefree attitude, and the latter does'nt fit the character type at all.

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* In episode 8 of ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'', Lyria's idiot hair guides Katalina, Lyria, and Vyrn to find the others as it points the direction towards Gran.


** Lampshaded in ''Videogame/FateGrandOrder'' in the "Saber Wars" event (which deals with Saber trying to deal with her [[OverusedCopycatCharacter various expies]]), where the unique currency is "Altrium", which is just the ahoge common for all Saber-knockoffs.

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** Lampshaded in ''Videogame/FateGrandOrder'' in the "Saber Wars" event (which deals with Saber trying to deal with her [[OverusedCopycatCharacter various expies]]), where the unique currency is "Altrium", "Artorium", which is just the ahoge common for all Saber-knockoffs.


* Loretta Oratorio from ''WildArms: Twilight Venom''.

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* Loretta Oratorio from ''WildArms: ''VideoGame/WildArms: Twilight Venom''.

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** Lampshaded in ''Videogame/FateGrandOrder'' in the "Saber Wars" event (which deals with Saber trying to deal with her [[OverusedCopycatCharacter various expies]]), where the unique currency is "Altrium", which is just the ahoge common for all Saber-knockoffs.

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* Similar to Heart above, ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' has Hubrecht, an NPC who is member of the Cirque des Cartes; He's a strange mix of [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar Mr. Heart]] and [[VideoGame/ArcanaHeart Heart Aino]], down to the heart-shaped ahoge.

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