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16th Nov '16 3:49:32 PM 64SuperNintendo
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A trope often associated with [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]] and other corporate types whose business clothes come with a necktie. Sometimes they get [[LampshadeWearing overenthusiastic during an after-work party]], or they get involved in SeriousBusiness that justfies dropping the DressCode.

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A trope often associated with [[{{Salaryman}} salarymen]] and other corporate types whose business clothes come with a necktie. Sometimes they get [[LampshadeWearing overenthusiastic during an after-work party]], or they get involved in SeriousBusiness that justfies justifies dropping the DressCode.
25th Feb '16 11:37:28 AM StFan
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* Agent/Principal PhilCoulson of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' seems prone to this trope when going into battle. After all, nothing says [[BadassTeacher Badass Principal]] like an improvised MartialArtsHeadband.

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* Agent/Principal PhilCoulson Phil Coulson of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' seems prone to this trope when going into battle. After all, nothing says [[BadassTeacher Badass Principal]] like an improvised MartialArtsHeadband.
19th Nov '15 11:03:50 AM eightyfour
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* ''WebVideo/CriticalRole'': Donned by Sam during Scanlan's solo assault on the manor in Episode 31.
20th Jul '15 11:55:31 AM Azaram
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* That's how [[http://robotandghost.com/nggallery/page-135/image/308/ feral yuppies]] wear their neckties.
20th Apr '15 5:38:59 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''CodenameKidsNextDoor'' has Numbuh 1 teaming up with a former salaryman hunting a serpent-like tie monster whose {{breath|Weapon}} forcibly turns people into [[SharpDressedMan suit-wearing businessmen]] who slave away in corporate management. The man in question, Moose, wears his former necktie as a headband and later goes on to become one of the few adults Numbuh 1 is trusting of/considers to be cool.

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* An episode of ''CodenameKidsNextDoor'' ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' has Numbuh 1 teaming up with a former salaryman hunting a serpent-like tie monster whose {{breath|Weapon}} forcibly turns people into [[SharpDressedMan suit-wearing businessmen]] who slave away in corporate management. The man in question, Moose, wears his former necktie as a headband and later goes on to become one of the few adults Numbuh 1 is trusting of/considers to be cool.
17th Mar '15 8:53:48 PM nombretomado
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* ''MyNameIsEarl'': Randy unties Earl's tie (which Earl doesn't know how to retie) in order to show Earl what he would look like as an eighties guy at a rock concert.
* Will does this on the first day at his upper class school in ''TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' arguing that while the dress code specifies a tie in a half-Windsor knot, it doesn't say where he has to wear it.

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* ''MyNameIsEarl'': ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'': Randy unties Earl's tie (which Earl doesn't know how to retie) in order to show Earl what he would look like as an eighties guy at a rock concert.
* Will does this on the first day at his upper class school in ''TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' arguing that while the dress code specifies a tie in a half-Windsor knot, it doesn't say where he has to wear it.
8th Mar '15 2:48:50 PM WillBGood
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* Agent/Principal PhilCoulson of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' seems prone to this trope when going into battle. [[SincerityMode After all]], nothing says [[BadassTeacher Badass Principal]] like an improvised MartialArtsHeadband.

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* Agent/Principal PhilCoulson of ''WesternAnimation/{{Ultimate Spider-Man}}'' seems prone to this trope when going into battle. [[SincerityMode After all]], all, nothing says [[BadassTeacher Badass Principal]] like an improvised MartialArtsHeadband.
8th Mar '15 2:48:29 PM WillBGood
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* ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja:'' Dr. McNinja does this a couple of times when he's either about to do something awesome or when he's [[WhatDidIDoLastNight drunk]]. See trope image.

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* ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja:'' Dr. McNinja does this a couple of times when he's either about to do something awesome or when he's [[WhatDidIDoLastNight drunk]]. See trope image.
drunk]].
12th Dec '14 5:32:06 PM Cieloazul
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In real life, most specifically in the hard drinking context, this custom comes from a drunken guy's ostensibly failed attempt to take off his necktie, which remains wrapped around his head for the rest of the party after they forget the matter or quit trying due to alcohol-numb fingers.
14th Jun '14 12:04:16 AM kenshinta
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* Webcomic/DrMcNinja does this a couple of times when he's either about to do something awesome or when he's [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/WhatDidIDoLastNight drunk]].

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* Webcomic/DrMcNinja ''Webcomic/TheAdventuresOfDrMcNinja:'' Dr. McNinja does this a couple of times when he's either about to do something awesome or when he's [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/WhatDidIDoLastNight drunk]].
[[WhatDidIDoLastNight drunk]]. See trope image.
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