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21st Apr '18 6:48:52 PM DragonQuestZ
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This trope is related to HarmlessFreezing. [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with being exposed to]] [[ElementalPowers literal (classical) elements]]. See also SexySantaDress.

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This trope is related to HarmlessFreezing. [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Not to be confused with being exposed to]] [[ElementalPowers literal (classical) elements]]. elements]].

Compare FurBikini, LoinCloth.

See also SexySantaDress.
6th Apr '18 2:46:52 PM BenOfHouston
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* In a similar way, the AVByte behind the scenes for their "Disney Princess Leia" music video showed that it was shot in fall in New York during a cold snap, and several of the actresses were freezing in their princess outfits, most especially the one playing Ariel, who was wearing a summer skirt and bikini top.
9th Mar '18 7:10:43 PM hullflyer
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* Comicbook/CaptainAmerica had a flashback to his time with the Invaders during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII during the winter in Russia. Most of the men were huddled around a fire, while Comicbook/SubMariner, in just his speedo, didn't look uncomfortable at all.

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* Comicbook/CaptainAmerica had a flashback to his time with the Invaders during UsefulNotes/WorldWarII during the winter in Russia. Most of the men were huddled around a fire, while Comicbook/SubMariner, in just his speedo, didn't look uncomfortable at all. Justified in this case, as Namor is specifically adapted for living deep underwater, which is an even ''colder'' environment than Russia (in the sense that the water would carry away body heat faster than air, even if the actual temperature of the water was warmer than the air).
9th Mar '18 7:06:04 PM hullflyer
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* Comic book superheroes tend to ''invert'' this, in that many of them wear costumes that, whether SpandexLatexOrLeather, would be absolute ''hell'' to wear in hot weather, but none of them seem to have summer variants on their costumes. Doesn't count, of course, for heroes like ComicBook/Superman whose invulnerability (or specific power set) makes them immune to temperature variation.

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* Comic book superheroes tend to ''invert'' this, in that many of them wear costumes that, whether SpandexLatexOrLeather, would be absolute ''hell'' to wear in hot weather, but none of them seem to have summer variants on their costumes. Doesn't count, of course, for heroes like ComicBook/Superman ComicBook/{{Superman}} whose invulnerability (or specific power set) makes them immune to temperature variation.
9th Mar '18 7:05:30 PM hullflyer
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* Comic book superheroes tend to ''invert'' this, in that many of them wear costumes that, whether SpandexLatexOrLeather, would be absolute ''hell'' to wear in hot weather, but none of them seem to have summer variants on their costumes.

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* Comic book superheroes tend to ''invert'' this, in that many of them wear costumes that, whether SpandexLatexOrLeather, would be absolute ''hell'' to wear in hot weather, but none of them seem to have summer variants on their costumes. Doesn't count, of course, for heroes like ComicBook/Superman whose invulnerability (or specific power set) makes them immune to temperature variation.
3rd Feb '18 2:00:47 PM Dghcrh
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* In episode 10 of ''Anime/{{Bakugan}} New Vestroia'', Runo and Julie go to Moscow wearing their usual outfits, a short dress and [[WhoWearsShortShorts shorts]] and [[BareYourMidriff crop top]] respectively, without being bothered by the cold.

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* In episode 10 of ''Anime/{{Bakugan}} New Vestroia'', Runo and Julie go to Moscow to visit Alice while wearing their usual outfits, a short dress and [[WhoWearsShortShorts shorts]] and [[BareYourMidriff crop top]] respectively, without being bothered by the cold.cold. Lync doesn't wear winter clothes when he goes to Moscow, either, but at least his outfit is less revealing.
3rd Feb '18 1:55:46 PM Dghcrh
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* In episode 10 of ''Anime/{{Bakugan}} New Vestroia'', Runo and Julie go to Moscow wearing their usual outfits, a short dress and [[WhoWearsShortShorts shorts]] and [[BareYourMidriff crop top]] respectively, without being bothered by the cold.
14th Jan '18 9:58:40 PM ClockClockClock
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* WesternAnimation/BettyBoop wears her short skirted and shoulder-less [[TheFlapper flapper dress]] even in the extremely snowy weather in the cartoon, WesternAnimation/SnowWhite.
3rd Jan '18 2:44:38 AM Grounogeos
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** Averted sharply; not only does Ed nearly collapse from exposure while inadequately dressed, he almost gets frostbite on the stumps of his arm and leg because his automail, being made of metal, conducts heat away from his body very efficiently.

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** Averted sharply; not only does Ed nearly collapse from exposure while inadequately dressed, he almost gets frostbite on the stumps of his arm and leg because his automail, being made of metal, conducts heat away from his body very efficiently. It's also mentioned that automail gets uncomfortably hot in the desert and other extremely warm environments, though any dangers related to that aren't touched upon.
*** Automail users living in the cold northern regions of the country have addressed the issue of frostbite by using automail tempered with aluminum and carbon fiber, which helps reduce the heat loss. Captain Buccaneer of Fort Briggs uses this variety of automail, and his [[ChainsawGood combat model]] arm has the added benefit of keeping his automail warm through the exhaust of the engine contained inside.
2nd Jan '18 6:07:16 AM DanielBenner8891
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