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7th Oct '16 2:05:18 PM ChrisTheS
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* In ''Webcomic/StarMares'', the Imperial military is so used to the idea that unicorns only exist to perform maintenance jobs that Maple Leaf (an earth pony) is able to pass unnoticed through multiple levels of security by stealing a maintenance uniform, taping a toilet paper tube to her forehead, and hanging a sign with 'unicorn' written on it around her neck.
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6th Oct '16 7:53:03 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Everworld}},'' [[spoiler:the goddess Brigid]] lives in our world, disguised as an old [[AmbiguouslyBrown Polish/Mexican]]-[[EthnicMagician looking lady]]. People who see her coming or going from her mansion assume she's the maid.

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* In ''{{Everworld}},'' ''Literature/{{Everworld}},'' [[spoiler:the goddess Brigid]] lives in our world, disguised as an old [[AmbiguouslyBrown Polish/Mexican]]-[[EthnicMagician looking lady]]. People who see her coming or going from her mansion assume she's the maid.
28th Sep '16 3:13:05 PM JackG
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* Mack Bolan, Literature/TheExecutioner, once spent a day crouched in a rice paddy wearing a black poncho and a straw hat pretending to be a peasant farmer while enemy soldiers searched the area all around looking for him.

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* ''Literature/TheExecutioner''. Mack Bolan, Literature/TheExecutioner, Bolan once spent a day crouched in a rice paddy wearing a black poncho and a straw hat pretending to be a peasant farmer while enemy soldiers searched the area all around looking for him.him. He uses the tactic routinely during his war against TheMafia, knowing that no-one will suspect the friendly telephone repairman as the notorious black-suited OneManArmy.
22nd Sep '16 6:24:13 PM Tyk5919
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* In ''WesternAnimation/KulipariAnArmyOfFrogs'', Killara's army has sandpaper frogs as their servants. Because of how unhygienic and insane they are, they're despised by everyone and no one pays attention to them, short of throwing an insult here and there. Darel sneaks through Marmoo's camp (and even burns it down and saves Gee) all while pretending to be one of said frogs.
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25th Aug '16 2:09:33 PM margdean56
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* This is also how some stories people do not see Clark Kent is ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'', especially Lex Luthor. Not only because Kent is too clumsy and mild mannered, but because they believe there's no way Superman, a PhysicalGod with pretty much every superpwoer in known to man, would ever choose to live as someone so mundane. [[ClarkKenting The glasses are really just a prop.]]

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* This is also how in some stories people do not see Clark Kent is ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'', especially Lex Luthor. Not only because Kent is too clumsy and mild mannered, mild-mannered, but because they believe there's no way Superman, a PhysicalGod with pretty much every superpwoer in superpower known to man, would ever choose to live as someone so mundane. [[ClarkKenting The glasses are really just a prop.]]
1st Jul '16 5:11:24 PM eroock
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* In ''Film/IRememberMama'', Mama wants to see her 8-year old daughter Dagmar but hospital policy won't allow it then. So Mama comes in during a different shift where no one will recognize her, goes to the mop closet, gets a bucket of water and a brush, bends down on hands and knees, and simply scrubs her way down the hall to the ward where Dagmar is staying, while the nurses who see a bent-over woman scrubbing presume she's the charwoman.
31st May '16 9:09:52 PM fbiuzz
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* This is also how some stories people do not see Clark Kent is ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'', especially Lex Luthor. Not only because Kent is too clumsy and mild mannered, but because they believe there's no way Superman would ever choose to live as someone so mundane. [[ClarkKenting The glasses are really just a prop.]]

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* This is also how some stories people do not see Clark Kent is ''ComicBook/{{Superman}}'', especially Lex Luthor. Not only because Kent is too clumsy and mild mannered, but because they believe there's no way Superman Superman, a PhysicalGod with pretty much every superpwoer in known to man, would ever choose to live as someone so mundane. [[ClarkKenting The glasses are really just a prop.]]
28th May '16 11:48:09 PM KeithM
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** Demonstrated by a modern practitioner (an American) on a documentary on the subject. He was supposed to get close to another man and snatch the cap off his head (indicating he'd succeeded in getting close enough to assassinate him), the target being in a room with guards and monitoring equipment. In order to do so he dressed as a member of the TV crew and puttered around, "fixing" cameras and microphones, and generally being ignored because the guards were aware everything was being filmed for a TV show, even though no one was supposed to have access. After a few hours, he talked himself into the room; the guards and target were oblivious until he lunged for the cap.

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** Demonstrated by a modern practitioner (an American) on a documentary on the subject. He was supposed to get close to another man and snatch the cap off his head (indicating he'd succeeded in getting close enough to assassinate him), the target being in a room with guards and monitoring equipment. equipment, and the guards knowing he was coming along with a generic description. In order to do so he dressed as a member of borrowed and jacket and cap from the TV crew and puttered around, "fixing" "checking" cameras and microphones, sometimes walking by with a roll of cable, and generally being ignored because the guards were aware everything was being filmed for a TV show, even though no one was supposed to have access. After a few hours, he talked himself into the room; the guards and target were oblivious until he lunged for the cap.
28th May '16 11:45:08 PM KeithM
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** Demonstrated by a modern practitioner (an American) on a documentary on the subject. He was supposed to get close to another man and snatch the cap off his head (indicating he'd succeeded in getting close enough to assassinate him), the target being in a room with guards and monitoring equipment. In order to do so he dressed as a member of the TV crew and puttered around, "fixing" cameras and microphones, and generally being ignored because the guards were aware everything was being filmed for a TV show, even though no one was supposed to have access. After a few hours, he talked himself into the room; the guards and target were oblivious until he lunged for the cap.
28th May '16 10:14:40 PM redandready45
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* ''Film/TheTerminal'': Gupta fled India after he stabbed a cop who kept extorting him, and chooses to work as a janitor. As he puts it, "As long as I keep my head down, and my floor clean, they have no reason to deport me, they have no reason to notice a man like me." Losing his job is a major BerserkButton for him.
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