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16th Feb '18 11:55:06 PM foxley
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* In ''Film/{{Tamara}}'', Tamara reacts like she is totally naked when Shawn pulls the cover off the motel bed, even though she is still wearing BlackBraAndPanties.
3rd Feb '18 5:26:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has an episode spoofing ''Literature/AdventuresOfHuckleberryFinn'' and a series of pictures of people going over NiagaraFalls (ItMakesSenseInContext) and one picture causes the men to exclaim "That woman is flashing her privates!" which turn out to be her ''ankle''. One of the men then takes the "indecent" picture for himself. Specifically they're parodying the [[http://www.snopes.com/disney/parks/splashmt.asp Flash Mountain]] phenomenon (SFW, it's Website/{{Snopes}}).

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' has an episode spoofing ''Literature/AdventuresOfHuckleberryFinn'' and a series of pictures of people going over NiagaraFalls UsefulNotes/NiagaraFalls (ItMakesSenseInContext) and one picture causes the men to exclaim "That woman is flashing her privates!" which turn out to be her ''ankle''. One of the men then takes the "indecent" picture for himself. Specifically they're parodying the [[http://www.snopes.com/disney/parks/splashmt.asp Flash Mountain]] phenomenon (SFW, it's Website/{{Snopes}}).
26th Jan '18 7:08:46 PM nombretomado
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* The 1955 MarilynMonroe comedy ''Film/TheSevenYearItch'' has a plot point that can strike modern-day viewers this way due to ValuesDissonance. "The Girl" mentions to Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) that she recently appeared in a photo shoot for the ''U.S. Camera'' magazine called "Textures." Sherman gets out his family's copy of that issue and they look at the article together (which the audience is not allowed to see just yet), and the Girl remarks that the police had to be on hand during the photo session (which was on a public beach) because there was danger of a riot breaking out. From this context, we guess that the Girl must have been posing nude. Later on, however, when Sherman [[ItMakesSenseInContext goes to see his psychiatrist]], he brings along the magazine and shows it to the doctor - and, finally, to us. We learn that the crowd on the beach nearly rioted because the Girl was wearing...a white-and-red polka-dotted bikini swimsuit! [[note]] The bikini was actually ''demanded'' by the Catholic Legion of Decency, who were already threatening to slap a "C" ("condemned") rating on the film for its adultery innuendoes (meaning that all Catholic moviegoers would be committing a mortal sin by going to see it) and did not want audiences even ''thinking'' the Girl was nude. Of course, since the filmmakers ''knew'' they'd never get away with showing full nudity, [[FridgeBrilliance one has to wonder if]] [[CensorDecoy the bikini was their plan all along]]. [[/note]]

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* The 1955 MarilynMonroe Creator/MarilynMonroe comedy ''Film/TheSevenYearItch'' has a plot point that can strike modern-day viewers this way due to ValuesDissonance. "The Girl" mentions to Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) that she recently appeared in a photo shoot for the ''U.S. Camera'' magazine called "Textures." Sherman gets out his family's copy of that issue and they look at the article together (which the audience is not allowed to see just yet), and the Girl remarks that the police had to be on hand during the photo session (which was on a public beach) because there was danger of a riot breaking out. From this context, we guess that the Girl must have been posing nude. Later on, however, when Sherman [[ItMakesSenseInContext goes to see his psychiatrist]], he brings along the magazine and shows it to the doctor - and, finally, to us. We learn that the crowd on the beach nearly rioted because the Girl was wearing...a white-and-red polka-dotted bikini swimsuit! [[note]] The bikini was actually ''demanded'' by the Catholic Legion of Decency, who were already threatening to slap a "C" ("condemned") rating on the film for its adultery innuendoes (meaning that all Catholic moviegoers would be committing a mortal sin by going to see it) and did not want audiences even ''thinking'' the Girl was nude. Of course, since the filmmakers ''knew'' they'd never get away with showing full nudity, [[FridgeBrilliance one has to wonder if]] [[CensorDecoy the bikini was their plan all along]]. [[/note]]
16th Jan '18 2:27:28 AM jormis29
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* Doris Day gets locked outside in her pyjamas in ''Send Me No Flowers Today''.

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* Doris Day Creator/DorisDay gets locked outside in her pyjamas in ''Send Me No Flowers Today''.
15th Jan '18 1:21:37 PM margdean56
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* In Literature/TheBible, Michal sees David's rejoicing as the ark is being brought into the city, and when goes to bless his household, she treats him as though he had exposed himself; at minimum, he was wearing a ''m`iyl'' (stated in 1 Chronicles) and an ''ephod'' (stated both there and in 2 Samuel).[[note]]For the non-Hebrew savvy, one's a robe and the other's a tunic.[[/note]] (Unfortunately, many teachers of these passages would rather believe Michal's version of events.)

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* In Literature/TheBible, Michal sees David's rejoicing as the ark is being brought into the city, and when he goes to bless his household, she treats him as though he had exposed himself; at minimum, he was wearing a ''m`iyl'' (stated in 1 Chronicles) and an ''ephod'' (stated both there and in 2 Samuel).[[note]]For the non-Hebrew savvy, one's a robe and the other's a tunic.[[/note]] (Unfortunately, many teachers of these passages would rather believe Michal's version of events.)
15th Jan '18 1:19:17 PM margdean56
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* The Taysans in the ''Literature/{{Spaceforce}}'' books cover up everything except hands, necks and faces, and moreover consider 'unbound' hair to be indecent. They're in for a shock when, rarely, they venture to Earther colony worlds and find that even on formal occasions, humans go so far as to exhibit cleavage. When Jay strips to the waist in front of his wife-to-be, itís the first time she has seen a manís arms - let alone anything else.
* Played with in ''{{Literature/Xanth}}'', where it's often suggested that it's worse for a woman to be seen in her underwear (in particular her panties) than to be seen in the nude. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]], due to the large amount of part-humans with NoNudityTaboo.

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* The Taysans in the ''Literature/{{Spaceforce}}'' books cover up everything except hands, necks and faces, and moreover consider 'unbound' hair to be indecent. They're in for a shock when, rarely, they venture to Earther colony worlds and find that even on formal occasions, humans go so far as to exhibit cleavage. When Jay strips to the waist in front of his wife-to-be, itís the first time she has seen a manís arms - let arms--let alone anything else.
* Played with in ''{{Literature/Xanth}}'', where it's often suggested that it's worse for a woman to be seen in her underwear (in particular her panties) than to be seen in the nude. Possibly [[JustifiedTrope justified]], due to the large amount number of part-humans with NoNudityTaboo.



* In one book from ''Literature/AliceGirlFromTheFuture'' Alice is hitchiking wearing only shorts - which even have a ''pocket'' - and is repeatedly referred as naked. Granted she is topless but she is only twelve - and before that she ran though a city in the same clothing, with no comments. Justified since [[DeliberateValuesDissonance the one talking to her is a robot actor programmed to believe he's a 19th century peasant.]]

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* In one book from ''Literature/AliceGirlFromTheFuture'' Alice is hitchiking wearing only shorts - which shorts--which even have a ''pocket'' - and ''pocket''--and is repeatedly referred as naked. Granted she is topless but she is only twelve - and twelve--and before that she ran though a city in the same clothing, with no comments. Justified since [[DeliberateValuesDissonance the one talking to her is a robot actor programmed to believe he's a 19th century peasant.]]
10th Dec '17 11:49:03 AM CheeseDogX
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* In an episode of ''Series/{{ALF}}'', Willy berates Alf while wearing a robe with pajamas underneath since he had just woken up. Alf keeps reminding him that his robe is open. Willy quickly shuts his robe as if his naked body was exposed. Another episode has Alf walking into their bedroom and encountering Kate, who yelps and covers the one inch of her neck that is showing in her floor length, wrist length, high-necked flannel nightgown.

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* In an episode of ''Series/{{ALF}}'', Willy berates Alf while wearing a robe with pajamas underneath since he had just woken up. Alf keeps reminding him that his robe is open. Willy quickly shuts his robe as if his naked body was exposed. Another episode has Alf walking into their bedroom and encountering Kate, who yelps and covers the one inch of her neck that is showing in her floor length, wrist length, high-necked flannel nightgown. Really funny when you consider that [[ExposedExtraterrestrials Alf walks around naked all the time]].
10th Dec '17 10:53:53 AM CheeseDogX
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* A recent Carl's, Jr./Hardee's commercial had a variation on this theme (with a heavy dose of DeliberateValuesDissonance) with a man in a suit, having apparently time-travelled from the antebellum (1820s-1850s) South, showing up on a beach in the present day with a picnic basket full of Carl's/Hardee's new made-from-scratch biscuits. After sharing his biscuits with the shorts- and bikini-clad beachcombers, the first thing he wonders is why everyone is in their underwear.

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* A recent Carl's, Jr./Hardee's commercial had a variation on this theme (with a heavy dose of DeliberateValuesDissonance) with a man in a suit, having apparently time-travelled from the antebellum (1820s-1850s) South, showing up on a beach in the present day with a picnic basket full of Carl's/Hardee's new made-from-scratch biscuits. After sharing his biscuits with the shorts- and bikini-clad beachcombers, the first thing he wonders is why everyone is in their underwear.
11th Nov '17 12:43:44 AM AkiTendo
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* Almost all video games where the player can control what the character wears puts the character in underwear when all clothing is removed. This can have the odd effect of characters being more covered up "naked" then when equipped with the more revealing outfits. Games with modding invariably have a nudity mod as one of the first entries because of this trope.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has an odd aversion with the companions. Remove whatever outfit you have assigned to them and they fall back to their default costume rather than going to undies.
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19th Oct '17 3:54:34 AM DeepRed
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See Also {{Fetish}}, OurNudityIsDifferent, PleasePutSomeClothesOn, NonNudeBathing, FamilyFriendlyStripper. For when {{Bowdler|ised}}ization causes this, see DigitalBikini. Contrast NationalGeographicNudity, where the characters are completely naked yet ''nobody'' freaks out, due to ValuesDissonance. The opposite of this trope is NoNudityTaboo, also known as InnocentFanserviceGirl.

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See Also {{Fetish}}, OurNudityIsDifferent, PleasePutSomeClothesOn, NonNudeBathing, FamilyFriendlyStripper. For when {{Bowdler|ised}}ization causes this, see DigitalBikini. Contrast NationalGeographicNudity, where the characters are completely naked yet ''nobody'' freaks out, due to ValuesDissonance. The opposite of this trope is NoNudityTaboo, also known as InnocentFanserviceGirl.
InnocentFanserviceGirl. Also compare and contrast {{Stripperific}} and ShamelessFanserviceGirl.
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