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It says on the main page that heroic redheads tend more toward [[LightIsGood lighter]]/red-blonde hair, while villains veer more toward [[DarkIsEvil darker]]/auburn hair. If that\'s the case, then couldn\'t a trope exist for RedHeadedHeroes (and maybe [[EvilRedhead villains too]]) whose hair color is a \'\'literal\'\' shade of red? I don\'t know, it seems like an idea.
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It says on the main page that heroic redheads tend more toward [[LightIsGood lighter]]/red-blonde hair, while villains veer more toward [[DarkIsEvil darker]]/auburn hair. If that\\\'s the case, then couldn\\\'t a trope exist for {{Red Headed Hero}}es (and maybe [[EvilRedhead villains too]]) whose hair color is a \\\'\\\'literal\\\'\\\' shade of red? I don\\\'t know, it seems like an idea.
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It says on the main page that heroic redheads tend more toward [[LightIsGood lighter]]/red-blonde hair, while villains veer more toward [[DarkIsEvil darker]]/auburn hair. If that\'s the case, then couldn\'t a trope exist for RedHeadedHeroes (and maybe [[EvilRedhead villains too]]) whose hair color is a \'\'literal\'\' shade of red? I don\'t know, it seems like an idea.
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It says on the main page that heroic redheads tend more toward [[LightIsGood lighter]]/red-blonde hair, while villains veer more toward [[DarkIsEvil darker]]/auburn hair. If that\\\'s the case, then couldn\\\'t a trope exist for {{Red Headed Heroe}}s (and maybe [[EvilRedhead villains too]]) whose hair color is a \\\'\\\'literal\\\'\\\' shade of red? I don\\\'t know, it seems like an idea.
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Oh, and #13\'s \
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bah, wrong discussion, ignore this.
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