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10th Oct '16 12:12:04 PM MercifulCapon
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* In the ''WebAnimation/Battle For Dream Island'' episode, Lofty, after Snowball pops one of his teammates balllooons due to being pink, Erasrer claims that pink is manly to which they had a short argument about.

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* In the ''WebAnimation/Battle For Dream Island'' ''WebAnimation/BattleForDreamIsland'' episode, Lofty, after Snowball pops one of his teammates balllooons due to being pink, Erasrer claims that pink is manly to which they had a short argument about.
10th Oct '16 12:10:46 PM MercifulCapon
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* In the WebAnimation/Battle For Dream Island episode, Lofty, after Snowball pops one of his teammates balllooons due to being pink, Erasrer claims that pink is manly to which they had a short argument about.

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* In the WebAnimation/Battle ''WebAnimation/Battle For Dream Island Island'' episode, Lofty, after Snowball pops one of his teammates balllooons due to being pink, Erasrer claims that pink is manly to which they had a short argument about.
10th Oct '16 12:09:44 PM MercifulCapon
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* In the WebAnimation/Battle For Dream Island episode, Lofty, after Snowball pops one of his teammates balllooons due to being pink, Erasrer claims that pink is manly to which they had a short argument about.
9th Oct '16 12:38:11 PM KnowingGoose
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* ''Power Rangers: Shuriken Force'' has Joe, the male Pink Ranger. Though he acts like a bad boy and mouths off when he can get away with it, the only comment he makes is a confident retort to [[TheRival Lila]] about how much better he looks in the suit than she would, and in later chapters it's shown he actually has a train he painted pink when he was younger because he wanted it to brighten it up. [[spoiler: It's also the first gift his adoptive parents bought him, and later becomes his zord]]
15th Aug '16 2:37:15 AM Shadeblade11
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In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of ''masculinity'', the opposite of Western Values for pink. The color is often associated with the young samurai who have died at their prime, as a symbolism of the cherry tree.

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In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of ''masculinity'', the opposite of Western Values for pink. The color is often associated with the cherry tree, symbolising a young samurai who have had died at their prime, as a symbolism of the cherry tree.
prime.
15th Aug '16 2:36:28 AM Shadeblade11
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In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of pimps therefore, when an adult man is wearing that colour, it's often assumed that he has something to do with prostitution, or that he himself is a male prostitute.

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In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of pimps therefore, when an adult man ''masculinity'', the opposite of Western Values for pink. The color is wearing that colour, it's often assumed that he has something to do associated with prostitution, or that he himself is the young samurai who have died at their prime, as a male prostitute.
symbolism of the cherry tree.
23rd Jun '16 1:23:33 PM naal2
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* [[http://www.fimfiction.net/story/288365/fallout-equestria---the-chrysalis Fallout: Equestria - The Chrysalis]]: Sickle may be a mare, but her pink coat and mane combined with... oh... just about everything else about her just screams this trope.
6th Jun '16 6:59:23 AM NOYB
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As late as the 1950's, pink was still considered a "boy colour". Pink was seen as a shade of red, which relates to manly concepts like blood and war. Blue was associated with the Virgin Mary and was seen as a more serene colour reserved for girls (in fact, the traditional colour for wedding dresses used to be ''blue'' before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress; all that remained of that is the line calling for "something blue" [[OldNewBorrowedAndBlue in the rhyme]]).

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As late as the 1950's, 1950s, pink was still considered a "boy colour". Pink was seen as a shade of red, which relates to manly concepts like blood and war. Blue was associated with the Virgin Mary and was seen as a more serene colour reserved for girls (in fact, the traditional colour for wedding dresses used to be ''blue'' before Queen Victoria popularized the white dress; all that remained of that is the line calling for "something blue" [[OldNewBorrowedAndBlue in the rhyme]]).
3rd Jun '16 10:01:33 PM PrincessGwenevere
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Early in WWI, the French Army uniform included bright pink trousers (Early WW1 French Army trousers were NEVER, ever, bright pink, but garance red. Check this out http://roadstothegreatwar-ww1.blogspot.fr/2016/03/pantalon-rouge-garance-modele-1887.html. Does it look like "bright pink" to you?) This was changed when the leaders realized it made them easy targets. In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of pimps therefore, when an adult man is wearing that colour, it's often assumed that he has something to do with prostitution, or that he himself is a male prostitute.

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Early in WWI, the French Army uniform included bright pink trousers (Early WW1 French Army trousers were NEVER, ever, bright pink, but garance red. Check this out http://roadstothegreatwar-ww1.blogspot.fr/2016/03/pantalon-rouge-garance-modele-1887.html. Does it look like "bright pink" to you?) This was changed when the leaders realized it made them easy targets. In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of pimps therefore, when an adult man is wearing that colour, it's often assumed that he has something to do with prostitution, or that he himself is a male prostitute.
31st May '16 2:03:39 PM ZonkedEmpress
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Early in WWI, the French Army uniform included bright pink trousers. This was changed when the leaders realized it made them easy targets. In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of pimps therefore, when an adult man is wearing that colour, it's often assumed that he has something to do with prostitution, or that he himself is a male prostitute.

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Early in WWI, the French Army uniform included bright pink trousers. trousers (Early WW1 French Army trousers were NEVER, ever, bright pink, but garance red. Check this out http://roadstothegreatwar-ww1.blogspot.fr/2016/03/pantalon-rouge-garance-modele-1887.html. Does it look like "bright pink" to you?) This was changed when the leaders realized it made them easy targets. In Japanese culture, pink is the traditional colour of pimps therefore, when an adult man is wearing that colour, it's often assumed that he has something to do with prostitution, or that he himself is a male prostitute.
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