History Main / LampshadeWearing

2nd Nov '17 12:58:15 AM Medinoc
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* In ''Webcomic/ParadoxSpace'' story "Deadline Day", the Enquiring Carapacian journalists [[http://paradoxspace.com/deadline-day/4 celebrate]] that they now have something to publish.
19th Sep '17 10:16:35 PM Pichu-kun
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28th Aug '17 4:20:57 PM GrammarNavi
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* Invoked in the "Nehru and Jinnah" skits on ''GoodnessGraciousMe'', about Nehru and Jinnah's days in an English university where the other students would engage in drunken parties that ended with them [[ItMakesSenseInContext wearing traffic cones on their heads and their pants around their ankles.]]

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* Invoked in the "Nehru and Jinnah" skits on ''GoodnessGraciousMe'', ''Radio/GoodnessGraciousMe'', about Nehru and Jinnah's days in an English university where the other students would engage in drunken parties that ended with them [[ItMakesSenseInContext wearing traffic cones on their heads and their pants around their ankles.]]
3rd Jun '17 3:19:54 PM DaibhidC
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* One ''ComicStrip/{{Retail}}'' strip has Marla dealing with a customer who complains about paying sales tax on a lampshade because "there's no tax on clothing". When she questions this, he puts it on his head and shouts "I'M THE LIFE OF THE PARTY!"
21st May '17 4:04:26 PM nombretomado
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* One of the students in ''[[WaysideSchool Wayside School is Falling Down]]'' raises a theory that Mrs. Jewls lets Myron do whatever he wants because Myron has a picture of Mrs. Jewls wearing a lampshade, and threatened to show it to the principal unless she allowed him to break the rules. One of the other students then asks how the principal would recognize Mrs. Jewls if a lampshade covered her face.

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* One of the students in ''[[WaysideSchool ''[[Literature/WaysideSchool Wayside School is Falling Down]]'' raises a theory that Mrs. Jewls lets Myron do whatever he wants because Myron has a picture of Mrs. Jewls wearing a lampshade, and threatened to show it to the principal unless she allowed him to break the rules. One of the other students then asks how the principal would recognize Mrs. Jewls if a lampshade covered her face.
19th May '17 3:56:12 PM DaibhidC
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* In Franchise/TheMuppets' version of "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4Bq69HfR0Y Jungle Boogie]]", Sam the Eagle is wearing a lampshade and waving glowsticks at one point (at another he's got a NecktieHeadband and beads). He is seemingly drunk on the boogie rather than actually drunk, [[spoiler: until it turns out the whole skit is in his imagination after a few too many mai tais]].
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17th Apr '17 6:20:31 PM Pichu-kun
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* The Person Formerly Known as Taro Sekiutsu in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' sold his name to an immigrant, and now lives in a cardboard box in the streets, wearing a lampshade as a mask.
** ''Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei'' also does its fair share of {{lampshade|Hanging}} ''[[LampshadeHanging hanging]]''.

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* The Person Formerly Known as Taro Sekiutsu in ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'' sold his name to an immigrant, and now lives in a cardboard box in the streets, wearing a lampshade as a mask.
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mask. ''Sayonara, Zetsubou-Sensei'' also does its fair share of {{lampshade|Hanging}} ''[[LampshadeHanging hanging]]''.



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* In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', Genie turns himself into a lampshade over Al's head for the line "A girl appreciates a man who can make her laugh."
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* No alcohol involved, but Master Splinter does this to cheer up Michelangelo in ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIII''.

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No alcohol involved, but Master Splinter does this to cheer up Michelangelo in ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesIII''.Michelangelo.



* It's definitely appeared in a few different ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strips.

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'':
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It's definitely appeared in a few different ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strips.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Ditto Homer.
* Patrick from ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' comes home in one (Rock-A-Bye Bivalve) when he arrives home at midnight saying, "That was some party!" when he was supposed to come home earlier and help Spongebob with the baby scallop/clam (long story).
** Oddly enough, in "Spongebob Meets the Strangler", [[OnlySaneMan SQUIDWARD]] wore one of these... TWICE.
*** Judging by his expression, even ''Larry'' was impressed by this particular move... TWICE.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Ditto Homer.
Homer often wears one when drunk.
* ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'':
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Patrick from ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' comes home in one (Rock-A-Bye Bivalve) when he arrives home at midnight saying, "That was some party!" when he was supposed to come home earlier and help Spongebob with the baby scallop/clam (long story).
** Oddly enough, in "Spongebob Meets the Strangler", [[OnlySaneMan SQUIDWARD]] wore one of these... TWICE.\n*** Judging by his expression, even ''Larry'' was impressed by this particular move... TWICE. Judging by his expression, even ''Larry'' was impressed by this particular move... TWICE.



* In one ''{{Freakazoid}}'' episode, the villains are at a party for Freakazoid's imminent doom. [[{{Invisibility}} Invisibo]] wears a lampshade so you can tell where he is.
* In the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Norman Normal" (1968) there's a character who wears a lampshade while droningly saying "Approval" over and over.
** One of the drunken cats in "Trap Happy Porky," (1945) belting out "On Moonlight Bay" (natch) also wears a lampshade.

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* In one ''{{Freakazoid}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Freakazoid}}'' episode, the villains are at a party for Freakazoid's imminent doom. [[{{Invisibility}} Invisibo]] wears a lampshade so you can tell where he is.
* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'':
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In the ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' short "Norman Normal" (1968) there's a character who wears a lampshade while droningly saying "Approval" over and over.
** One of the drunken cats in "Trap Happy Porky," (1945) Porky" (1945), belting out "On Moonlight Bay" (natch) also wears a lampshade.



* In ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', Genie turns himself into a lampshade over Al's head for the line "A girl appreciates a man who can make her laugh."



* In the first episode of ''Westernanimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', Spike is wearing a lampshade when he comes to invite Twilight back to a party she ran out of.

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In the first episode of ''Westernanimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'', episode, Spike is wearing a lampshade when he comes to invite Twilight back to a party she ran out of.of. He's a child, though, so no alcohol was implied.



* Non-alcohol example with Bashful in ''The7D''. When Goldilocks steals his hat, Bashful goes into a panic looking for something to cover his exposed face with and finds a lampshade.

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* Non-alcohol example with Bashful in ''The7D''. ''WesternAnimation/The7D''. When Goldilocks steals his hat, Bashful goes into a panic looking for something to cover his exposed face with and finds a lampshade.lampshade.
* A non-alcohol example is invoked in "Party Down" from ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse''. Lori's father suggests that she have a wild party when he brings her some props and says that "nothing brightens up a party like a lampshade on the head". Lori references that she's seventeen and she instead wants a "sophisticated party". In the end, Lori's party turns into a (very mild) WildTeenParty, complete with a boy wearing the lampshade prop. Lori's parents end up proud of her as they think teens are meant to have energetic parties.
1st Dec '16 3:03:32 PM eroock
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->''I left Cleveland to get away from His and Her towels, people who call cocktail parties 'pours' and the guy who always breaks it up by wearing a lampshade on his head.''

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->''I ->''"I left Cleveland to get away from His and Her towels, people who call cocktail parties 'pours' and the guy who always breaks it up by wearing a lampshade on his head.''"''
24th Nov '16 1:50:03 AM RAMChYLD
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* In the episode "Madeline and the Big Cheese" of the ''Madeline'' animated series, Danielle and Madeline has to come up with an impromptu way to lull Lord Cucuface to sleep so... well, see the [[http://www.tv.com/madeline/madeline-and-the-big-cheese/episode/138143/summary.html?tag=ep_guide;summary TV.com summary]].

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* In the episode "Madeline and the Big Cheese" of the ''Madeline'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Madeline}}'' animated series, Danielle and Madeline has to come up with an impromptu way to lull Lord Cucuface to sleep so... well, see the [[http://www.tv.com/madeline/madeline-and-the-big-cheese/episode/138143/summary.html?tag=ep_guide;summary TV.com summary]].
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