Difference between revisions of "Liripipe"

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The liripipe appears early in the history of the hood and anecdotal evidence indicates that it helps rain run from away from the head itself.
 
The liripipe appears early in the history of the hood and anecdotal evidence indicates that it helps rain run from away from the head itself.
  
The liripipe may be left danglingling down the back or it may be wrapped around the shoulders if it is long.
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The liripipe may be left dangling down the back or it may be wrapped around the shoulders if it is long.
 
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Latest revision as of 01:25, 21 June 2007

A liripipe is a tail-like extension of a hood that projects from the rear of the hood down one's back.

The liripipe appears early in the history of the hood and anecdotal evidence indicates that it helps rain run from away from the head itself.

The liripipe may be left dangling down the back or it may be wrapped around the shoulders if it is long.