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How would Rapunzel cover her hair after getting married, assuming she's Jewish?


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    Get a haircut, perhaps? – Harel13 Mar 3 '20 at 8:19
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    But then she wouldn't be Rapunzel. Rapunzel is by definition a princess with extremely long hair. – Moshe Mar 3 '20 at 8:27
  • Tzvei dinim in Rapunzel: Rapunzel the person is a regular ol' princess. Rapunzel the fairy-tale character is a princess with super-long hair. Even if Rapunzel the fairy-tale character disappears, you're still left with Rapunzel the regular person. – Harel13 Mar 3 '20 at 8:30
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    With a Shuper Sheitel from Sheitelbaum's. – Gary Mar 3 '20 at 14:54
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She should get a Thneed- it's a fine something that all people need! They're durable and versatile and can easily be made into a giant head covering.

https://seuss.fandom.com/wiki/Thneed

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Snoods are amazing - at least this is what almost every one of my female married friends tell me. (My wife disagrees, but, there's a separate reason for that.)

Snoods are flexible, durable and, best of all, extandable and sizeable. I would imagine that Rapunzel's snood would probably have to be the size of a huge trash bag, but, so what? Best of all, as Rapunzel's hair grows longer, it is easy to stretch the snood or just add more yarn / fabric to make it bigger.

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