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23rd Nov '15 12:12:24 AM sparx1
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* The Playboy Bunny costume ''(when they're actually wearing something, that is))'' has a collar like this with a bowtie rather than a necktie.
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* The Playboy Bunny costume ''(when they're actually wearing something, that is))'' is)'' has a collar like this with a bowtie rather than a necktie.
23rd Nov '15 12:12:06 AM sparx1
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[[folder:Real Life]] *The Playboy Bunny costume ''(when they're actually wearing something, that is))'' has a collar like this with a bowtie rather than a necktie. [[/folder]]
17th May '15 9:47:10 AM nombretomado
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* Cool Cat, the last new starring character of the original ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts, wore a necktie, which was bound to make people mistake him for a HannaBarbera character.
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* Cool Cat, the last new starring character of the original ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' shorts, wore a necktie, which was bound to make people mistake him for a HannaBarbera Creator/HannaBarbera character.
12th Mar '15 10:47:15 PM vifetoile
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* In ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'', Mabel Pines always wears some colorful turtleneck sweater, whose oversized collar obscures most of her neck. Dipper's vest has its collar turned up, which serves a similar effect, even though more of his neck is visible.
30th Jan '15 3:17:18 PM StFan
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{{Hanna-Barbera}} TV cartoons [[LimitedAnimation abused this most]] {{egregious}}ly while {{Anime}} employed it with devices like the AllEncompassingMantle.
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{{Hanna-Barbera}} Creator/HannaBarbera TV cartoons [[LimitedAnimation abused this most]] {{egregious}}ly while {{Anime}} employed it with devices like the AllEncompassingMantle.

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21st May '14 7:01:59 PM shamblingdead
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[[folder: Music]] * The strange outfit Creator/BritneySpears wears in her video for [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clwLKJ294u4 "Me Against the Music."]] [[/folder]]
12th Mar '14 6:38:53 AM Koveras
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* They don't hide the entire neck, but this is apparently the reason for most or all of the female characters in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' having some kind of neckwear. Almost all of the female leather armors go with dog collars for some reason. ** Men too, will always have necklaces even when otherwise naked.
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* They don't hide the entire neck, but this is apparently the reason for most or all of the female characters in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' having some kind of neckwear. Almost all of the female leather armors go with dog collars for some reason. ** reason. Men too, will always have necklaces even when otherwise naked.naked. In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', the majority of party members wear some sort of high collar or fancy scarf around their necks for the same reasons.
23rd Feb '14 6:24:54 PM Stealth
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* ''VideoGame/MountAndBlade'' tends to take advantage of this; several forms of armor have neck cover of some kind, in theory because it's a good idea to protect a location as vulnerable as the throat, but mostly because everyone in the game is a HeadSwap or PaletteSwap of each other and this additional detail hides the swap. It's especially noticeable in the practice arena MiniGame, where you are unarmored and functionally naked--heads and bodies are clearly two separate models, rendered simultaneously to give the impression of a whole person. This fact is why the fan-made [[OffWithHisHead decapitation mod]] even works at all.
6th Feb '14 6:29:42 AM iansimsjam
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* Most of Ed Bennedict's character designs for early Hanna-Barbera's shows.
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* Most of Ed Bennedict's Benedict's character designs for early Hanna-Barbera's shows.
24th Jul '13 9:57:38 AM Viira
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* ''MassEffect'' characters, for the most part, have a neck cover to hide the fact that the background NPC's are just head-swaps with an occasional change in skin color. The characters that avert this are rare but when it does happen there's a noticeable change in texture quality where their neck meets the torso.
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* ''MassEffect'' ''Franchise/MassEffect'' characters, for the most part, have a neck cover to hide the fact that the background NPC's are just head-swaps with an occasional change in skin color. The characters that avert this are rare but when it does happen there's a noticeable change in texture quality where their neck meets the torso.
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