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18th Jun '16 12:09:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In an episode of SitDownShutUp that sees the cast dealing with a flood, normally meek Willard (now in charge) wears a cape he said Ennis made from curtains.

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* In an episode of SitDownShutUp WesternAnimation/SitDownShutUp that sees the cast dealing with a flood, normally meek Willard (now in charge) wears a cape he said Ennis made from curtains.
17th May '16 12:34:35 AM LinTaylor
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', Alice's sister attends one of Duke's parties in this kind of dress; Duke says he could tell because she left in the Venetian blinds (which are mounted on the back of the skirt). She seductively offers to pull the cord, prompting Duke to remark "Whoo, baby got back!"
28th Mar '16 2:31:55 PM nombretomado
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* Virginia Lewis in ''TheTenthKingdom'' makes a shepherdess' costume from a set of curtains. (One can only assume that she found a magic sewing machine.)

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* Virginia Lewis in ''TheTenthKingdom'' ''Series/TheTenthKingdom'' makes a shepherdess' costume from a set of curtains. (One can only assume that she found a magic sewing machine.)



* In ''DrakeAndJosh'', Drake rips off a curtain and wears it over himself to hide the theme park shirt he's wearing to get out of trouble.

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* In ''DrakeAndJosh'', ''Series/DrakeAndJosh'', Drake rips off a curtain and wears it over himself to hide the theme park shirt he's wearing to get out of trouble.
19th Mar '16 2:24:17 AM Hossmeister
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13th Mar '16 2:59:45 PM R1ck
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[[AC:[[MediaWatchdog By order of the]] [[Webcomic/CaseyAndAndy Pun Police]], jokes about [[DoubleEntendre "whether the carpet matches the drapes"]] Will Not Be Tolerated.]]
17th Feb '16 3:05:54 PM Redaka
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-->'''Drake's Mom''': Are those my drapes your wearing?
-->'''Drake''': Yeah, I got a little chilly.
-->'''Drake's Mom''': So you thought it would be a good idea to wear --
-->'''Josh''': -- So, how was your night?

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-->'''Drake's Mom''': Are those You're wearing my drapes your wearing?
drapes...why?
-->'''Drake''': Yeah, I Well y'know, it just got a little chilly.
chilly in here.
-->'''Drake's Mom''': So And so to get warm you thought it would be a good idea to wear --
thought--
-->'''Josh''': -- So, how was your night?--Dad! Did you win the weatherman award!?
14th Jan '16 1:39:22 PM margdean56
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* Scarlett O'Hara in ''GoneWithTheWind'' makes a PimpedOutDress out of her fancy curtains to try to avoid looking destitute when she meets Rhett. As he lets her know in a later scene, he isn't fooled (although its her work-roughened hands, not the dress, that gives her away). Arguably the TropeCodifier for modern versions of this trope.

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* Scarlett O'Hara in ''GoneWithTheWind'' makes a PimpedOutDress out of her fancy curtains to try to avoid looking destitute when she meets Rhett. As he lets her know in a later scene, he isn't fooled (although its it's her work-roughened hands, not the dress, that gives her away). Arguably the TropeCodifier for modern versions of this trope.
5th Jan '16 4:21:55 PM ultimomant
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* In ''Dark Angel: The Ascent'', the demon Veronica arrives on Earth naked and makes a dress out of a trash bag and some sheets. Later, she cuts up a leather sofa and makes a dress out of that.

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* In ''Dark Angel: The Ascent'', ''Film/DarkAngelTheAscent'', the demon Veronica arrives on Earth naked and makes a dress out of a trash bag and some sheets. Later, she cuts up a leather sofa and makes a dress out of that.
4th Jan '16 2:36:39 PM JoieDeCombat
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* Scarlett O'Hara in ''GoneWithTheWind'' makes a PimpedOutDress out of her fancy curtains to try to avoid looking destitute when she meets Rhett. As he lets her know in a later scene, he isn't fooled (although its her hands, not the dress that gives her away). Arguably the TropeCodifier for modern versions of this trope.

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* Scarlett O'Hara in ''GoneWithTheWind'' makes a PimpedOutDress out of her fancy curtains to try to avoid looking destitute when she meets Rhett. As he lets her know in a later scene, he isn't fooled (although its her work-roughened hands, not the dress dress, that gives her away). Arguably the TropeCodifier for modern versions of this trope.
4th Jan '16 2:28:25 PM nombretomado
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* In real life, it was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Franziska_von_Trapp Maria Franziska von Trapp,]] one of the Von Trapp children whose story inspired ''[[TheSoundofMusic The Sound of Music]]'', who made clothes from curtains, [[http://greensburgdailynews.com/local/x212457544/North-Alive-With-The-Sound-Of-Music according to her sister, Rosemarie von Trapp.]]

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* In real life, it was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maria_Franziska_von_Trapp Maria Franziska von Trapp,]] one of the Von Trapp children whose story inspired ''[[TheSoundofMusic The Sound of Music]]'', ''Theatre/TheSoundOfMusic'', who made clothes from curtains, [[http://greensburgdailynews.com/local/x212457544/North-Alive-With-The-Sound-Of-Music according to her sister, Rosemarie von Trapp.]]
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