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21st Jun '17 10:25:43 AM MadCat221
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'''The sexiness of an outfit is directly proportional to the possibility that [[WardrobeMalfunction a vital piece of it might fall off]].'''

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'''The sexiness of an outfit is directly proportional to the perceived possibility that [[WardrobeMalfunction a vital piece of it might fall off]].'''
9th Jun '17 3:50:11 PM nombretomado
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This trope is particularly common in ScienceFiction and related genres, where exotic or futuristic landscapes (plus the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief) make it seem plausible that these outfits could be everyday wear. However in ''WillAndGrace'', Debra Messing occasionally wore outfits that would not be anatomically feasible for a better-endowed woman.

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This trope is particularly common in ScienceFiction and related genres, where exotic or futuristic landscapes (plus the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief) make it seem plausible that these outfits could be everyday wear. However in ''WillAndGrace'', ''Series/WillAndGrace'', Debra Messing occasionally wore outfits that would not be anatomically feasible for a better-endowed woman.
6th May '17 12:20:00 PM Madrugada
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ImpossiblyLowNeckline ("What's holding it ''up''?"), AbsoluteCleavage and {{Sideboob}} ("What's keeping those two strips in place?"), {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!"), and GodivaHair ("All she has to do is turn her head a ''little''...") are common forms of this[[note]]The answer to all these questions is usually "Glue and a prayer", or [[StatingTheSimpleSolution double-sided tape]]. In the case of Godiva Hair, it may also be "Lots of hairspray, and by the way, she's wearing a bodystocking, too."[[/note]].

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ImpossiblyLowNeckline ("What's holding it ''up''?"), ''up''?")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape, or enough boning that the damn thing would stand up on its own even without her in it.[[/note]], AbsoluteCleavage and {{Sideboob}} ("What's keeping those two strips in place?"), place?")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape.[[/note]], {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!"), up!")[[note]]Glue and a prayer, double-sided tape -- sensing a theme here?[[/note]], and GodivaHair ("All she has to do is turn her head a ''little''...") are common forms of this[[note]]The answer to all these questions is usually "Glue [[note]]Glue and a prayer", or [[StatingTheSimpleSolution double-sided tape]]. In the case prayer, posture and careful movement, lots of Godiva Hair, it may also be "Lots of hairspray, hairspray; and by the way, she's wearing a bodystocking, too."[[/note]].
[[/note]] are common forms of this.
6th May '17 12:11:34 PM Madrugada
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ImpossiblyLowNeckline ("What's holding it ''up''?"), AbsoluteCleavage and {{Sideboob}} ("What's keeping those two strips in place?"), GodivaHair ("All she has to do is turn her head a ''little''...") and {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!") are common forms of this[[note]]The answer to these questions is "Glue and a prayer", or [[StatingTheSimpleSolution double-sided tape.]][[/note]].

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ImpossiblyLowNeckline ("What's holding it ''up''?"), AbsoluteCleavage and {{Sideboob}} ("What's keeping those two strips in place?"), {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!"), and GodivaHair ("All she has to do is turn her head a ''little''...") and {{Underboobs}} ("That shirt should ride up!") are common forms of this[[note]]The answer to all these questions is usually "Glue and a prayer", or [[StatingTheSimpleSolution double-sided tape.]][[/note]].
tape]]. In the case of Godiva Hair, it may also be "Lots of hairspray, and by the way, she's wearing a bodystocking, too."[[/note]].
16th Apr '17 7:21:27 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh'', Mai's [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/File:HarpieLady-JP-Anime-DM-NC-2.png Harpie Ladies]] wear something that resembles a slingshot bikini, only ''skimpier'', even while flying and fighting opposing monsters. In ''GX'', Burst Lady's costume is [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/File:ElementalHEROBurstinatrix-JP-Anime-GX-NC-2.png even more unlikely.]] (Justified, of course, as they're [[HardLight duel-disk created holograms]], not living beings, but that still poses the question of how Duel spirits can wear them.)
14th Mar '17 3:33:13 AM CaptEquinox
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* Mike Grell's work for the ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' in the mid '70s gave nearly all the girls the MostCommonSuperpower, which didn't go at all well with most of their outfits, especially Princess Projectra. Those two laces holding it together were going to snap the minute she did anything strenuous. Hey, Mike, these were supposed to be young ''teenage'' girls, you ''knew'' that, didn't you?
10th Dec '16 8:38:55 AM kazokuhouou
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* This trope is why some perceive North America's attempt to censor Tharja's swimsuit scene in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' Summer Scramble DLC as ''more'' risque than the original version: in the original version, she's just adjusting her swimsuit bottom, in the censored version, thanks to some SceneryCensor, it looks like she's about to take the bottom off.

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* This trope is why some perceive North America's attempt to censor Tharja's swimsuit scene in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' Summer Scramble DLC as ''more'' risque than the original version: in the original version, she's just adjusting her swimsuit bottom, in the censored version, thanks to some SceneryCensor, it looks like she's about to take the bottom off. [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/File:Sallya_Beach_DLC.png Compare]] for [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/File:Tharja_eng.png yourself.]]
7th Dec '16 2:48:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''HolyMusicalBatman'', Robin is a rare male example of this trope. All he's got on is a shirt, cape, mask, shoes, and ''briefs'' the whole musical. It gets worse after a scene where we see Superman and Batman rip off each other's UnderwearOfPower.

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* In ''HolyMusicalBatman'', ''WebVideo/HolyMusicalBatman'', Robin is a rare male example of this trope. All he's got on is a shirt, cape, mask, shoes, and ''briefs'' the whole musical. It gets worse after a scene where we see Superman and Batman rip off each other's UnderwearOfPower.
6th Dec '16 8:44:18 AM Morgenthaler
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2nd Dec '16 5:35:39 PM kazokuhouou
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* This trope is why some perceive North America's attempt to censor Tharja's swimsuit scene in the ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' Summer Scramble DLC as ''more'' risque than the original version: in the original version, she's just adjusting her swimsuit bottom, in the censored version, thanks to some SceneryCensor, it looks like she's about to take the bottom off.
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