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28th Nov '17 9:13:08 AM Necrodomo
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* When a city is pulled into the Nexus in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' nearly everyone in it spontaneously disappears, which means this trope is the most likely explanation for why there are loads of spare clothes lying around for player [[RainbowPimpGear fashionistas]] to try on. At least, we ''hope'' that's why the beaches are littered with [[MakingLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces discarded swimsuits]].
24th Nov '17 8:00:06 AM ultimomant
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* Happens in a Koff Beer commercial called "cinderella," where a man walks up to the bar looking confused and carrying a single shoe. He sees a beautiful woman across the bar. She runs out and he chases her. She runs down an alley about half way. For some odd reason that isn't explained, she disappears in a flash of light. Her dress falls to the pavement covering one of her shoes. He picks up the exposed one and finds himself walking up to the bar looking confused and carrying a single shoe. It's a loop!

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* Happens in a Koff Beer commercial called "cinderella," "Cinderella," where a man walks up to the bar looking confused and carrying a single shoe. He sees a beautiful woman across the bar. She runs out and he chases her. She runs down an alley about half way. For some odd reason that isn't explained, she disappears in a flash of light. Her dress falls to the pavement covering one of her shoes. He picks up the exposed one and finds himself walking up to the bar looking confused and carrying a single shoe. It's a loop!



* ''Manga/OnePiece'' uses this trope [[GoryDiscretionShot to signify how]] [[spoiler: a very young Charlotte "Big Mom" Linlin accidentally ''ate her ParentalSubstituteMother Carmel and the children of the Sheep's House alive''.]]

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' uses this trope [[GoryDiscretionShot to signify how]] [[spoiler: a very young Charlotte "Big Mom" Linlin accidentally ''ate her ParentalSubstituteMother ParentalSubstitute Mother Carmel and the children of the Sheep's House alive''.]]
28th Oct '17 2:18:35 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' uses this trope [[GoryDiscretionShot to signify how]] [[spoiler: a very young Charlotte "Big Mom" Linlin accidentally ''ate her ParentalSubstituteMother Carmel and the children of the Sheep's House alive''.]]



* ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': Happens to [[spoiler:Mother Gothel]] at the end, as a result of Flynn finally cutting Rapunzel's hair.

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* ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'': Happens to [[spoiler:Mother Gothel]] at the end, as a result of Flynn finally cutting Rapunzel's hair.hair [[spoiler: and depriving her of her FountainOfYouth, which kills her.]]
16th Sep '17 12:05:08 AM LummoxJR
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* In Frank Bonham's ''The Missing Persons League'', the villains go out this way after taking the protagonists hostage and trying to force their way into a silo. Everyone is trapped in an anteroom with a light that turns flesh translucent, then begins to dissolve the rest of the body [[BodyHorror over a minute or so]], leaving only their clothes behind. The protagonists are protected by gaudy rings previously given to them by the underground movement controlling the silos, who led them there.
5th Sep '17 1:38:51 PM VicGeorge2011
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[[folder:Religion]]
* In Literature/TheBible itself, a sign of Jesus' resurrection from the dead is that the grave clothes He was wrapped in lay empty in the tomb, with the face cloth folded up and put in its own place.
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18th Jul '17 4:03:59 AM GameKeeper28
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. In the episode "Innocence", Tuvok meets a group of alien children on a planet who start disappearing off-screen only leaving behind their clothes. As it turns out [[spoiler:the children's species age in reverse, turning into children toward the end of their life and then turn into energy when they die of old age.]]
4th Jul '17 3:06:14 PM geekgecko
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* In a trailer for Axe Anti-Dandruff Shampoo titled "Don't Lose Girls to Dandruff", a young man tries flirting with several women at a party, the gym, and the library. Unfortunately, each time, the large amount of dandruff in his hair vaporizes them, leaving behind just their clothing and apparel.
2nd Jul '17 9:28:29 AM BKelly95
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* Implied on ''Series/NightCourt'', but only to another character. ([[DramaticIrony The audience is fully apprised.]]) After receiving information on their latest crisis, the group heads off to handle it and Harry leaves his robe on the couch in his chambers. Meanwhile, Al has been trying to fix the court's electrical system and makes another attempt after they leave, resulting in an electrical discharge in the chambers. He goes in to check on everyone, sees Harry's robe, and assumes the worst.
27th Jun '17 9:55:21 AM TPercival
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* In ''WesternAnimation/QuestForCamelot'', only Ruber's armor (shoulder pads and chest and back plates) appears to be blown off his cleavage right before Ruber is vaporised by the stone. One of the shoulder pads falls back to earth.
23rd Jun '17 8:24:47 AM ultimomant
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* In ''LightNovel/StrikeTheBlood'', when [[KidFromTheFuture Reina]] returns to her own time, she vanished in a burst of lightning, and her borrowed clothes fall to the ground.
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