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29th May '16 12:32:45 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* {{Lampshaded}} in ''ZorkGrandInquisitor'': From the beginning of the game, the player possesses a "permasuck machine" which is basically a canister vacuum. When he places it on the ground, Dalboz asks, "Just where were you keeping that?"

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* {{Lampshaded}} in ''ZorkGrandInquisitor'': ''VideoGame/ZorkGrandInquisitor'': From the beginning of the game, the player possesses a "permasuck machine" which is basically a canister vacuum. When he places it on the ground, Dalboz asks, "Just where were you keeping that?"
29th May '16 8:27:53 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** A bit subverted in ''TalesOfMonkeyIsland'': Chapters 1 through 4 has Guybrush mention his "trousers" or "pants pockets" when he places items in his inventory; but in Chapter 5, when he places the [[ChekhovsBoomerang tiny pyrite parrots]] into the tip jar he has gotten, he says, "Sorry, guys. I need to keep you in a more contained space than my jacket pockets!"

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** A bit subverted in ''TalesOfMonkeyIsland'': ''VideoGame/TalesOfMonkeyIsland'': Chapters 1 through 4 has Guybrush mention his "trousers" or "pants pockets" when he places items in his inventory; but in Chapter 5, when he places the [[ChekhovsBoomerang tiny pyrite parrots]] into the tip jar he has gotten, he says, "Sorry, guys. I need to keep you in a more contained space than my jacket pockets!"
12th May '16 6:18:15 AM Ambaryerno
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* The infamous PantyShot scene during "Collision" sees Comicbook/{{X 23}} sticking a folded-up document in the waistband of her pants, flashing the top of her thong in the process. There's not an unsightly bulge to be seen, despite the fact her pants are practically {{painted on|pants}}.
30th Apr '16 8:41:45 AM MicoolTNT
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//* ''SexyCommando''

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30th Apr '16 8:38:04 AM MicoolTNT
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* ''SexyCommando''

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29th Apr '16 10:41:39 PM foxley
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}/Raptorella'' #2, Meriem produces a ''hand grenade'' she somehow had concealed in the bottom of her FurBikini.

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}/Raptorella'' ''ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}: Raptorella'' #2, Meriem produces a ''hand grenade'' she somehow had concealed in the bottom of her FurBikini.
29th Apr '16 10:40:49 PM foxley
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Cavewoman}}/Raptorella'' #2, Meriem produces a ''hand grenade'' she somehow had concealed in the bottom of her FurBikini.
23rd Apr '16 3:33:47 AM Andyroid
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* Lampshaded in ''VideoGame/ThyDungeonman'', who is constantly putting stuff into his "roomy loin-cheese cloth".
** In ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', Strong Bad can store things in his pants.
--> Strongbad: Puttin' bat hutches in my pants, hope I don't get bit!

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* Lampshaded in ''VideoGame/ThyDungeonman'', who ''VideoGame/ThyDungeonman 2''; the title character is constantly putting stuff into his "roomy loin-cheese cloth".
** * In ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', Strong Bad can store all sorts of things in his pants.
pants, including helium-filled balloons, a dozen dozen gelatin dessert packets, a large prop sword, and a bat hutch full of endangered bats.
--> Strongbad: '''Strong Bad:''' Puttin' bat hutches in my pants, hope I don't get bit!
26th Mar '16 2:19:00 PM Eievie
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Some guy reaches right into his pants. '''Oh, God! He's pulling out'''-- Well the good news is that it's not ''that''. The bad news is that it's still something you'd rather not see.

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Some guy reaches right into his pants. '''Oh, God! He's pulling out'''-- Well out'''--well the good news is that it's not ''that''. The bad news is that it's still something you'd rather not see.



* Bulma in ''Manga/DragonBall'' once hid a very large diamond in her panties - leaving no visible bulge, which has made some of the more dirty-minded readers wonder exactly where it was kept. In fact, in the manga, Krillin says he can "tell by the smell where you hid it!"

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* Bulma in ''Manga/DragonBall'' once hid a very large diamond in her panties - leaving panties--leaving no visible bulge, which has made some of the more dirty-minded readers wonder exactly where it was kept. In fact, in the manga, Krillin says he can "tell by the smell where you hid it!"



* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': Yzma hikes up her skirt, saying "I bet you weren't expecting ... THIS!" Pacha and Kuzco are scared at first ... and then realize she's just pulling out a vicious-looking dagger, and sigh in relief.

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* ''Disney/TheEmperorsNewGroove'': Yzma hikes up her skirt, saying "I bet you weren't expecting ... THIS!" expecting... ''this''!" Pacha and Kuzco are scared at first ...first... and then realize she's just pulling out a vicious-looking dagger, and sigh in relief.



* In ''Film/{{Versus}}'', one character (shorter than the others, wearing blue jeans, Yakuza) pulls a gun from trouserspace - specifically, from down the seat of his pants. However, the running gag is that his gun keeps getting taken away from him over the course of the movie - and he keeps pulling additional ones from the same spot.

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* In ''Film/{{Versus}}'', one character (shorter than the others, wearing blue jeans, Yakuza) pulls a gun from trouserspace - specifically, trouserspace--specifically, from down the seat of his pants. However, the running gag is that his gun keeps getting taken away from him over the course of the movie - and movie--and he keeps pulling additional ones from the same spot.



** Also batteries, sticks of dynamite, rolled-up copies of valuable paintings, batteries disguised as sausages, sticks of dynamite disguised as sausages, valuable paintings and copies thereof rolled up and stored inside sausages, the same stored inside baguettes... Are we getting the idea, here?

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** Also batteries, sticks of dynamite, rolled-up copies of valuable paintings, batteries disguised as sausages, sticks of dynamite disguised as sausages, valuable paintings and copies thereof rolled up and stored inside sausages, the same stored inside baguettes... Are are we getting the idea, here?



* ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]'' - Torgo delivers a pizza to Doctor F. and Frank. He starts to get their complimentary 'crazy bread', reaching into his trousers before they holler "NO!!!"

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* ''[[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]]'' - MST3K]]'': Torgo delivers a pizza to Doctor F. and Frank. He starts to get their complimentary 'crazy bread', reaching into his trousers before they holler "NO!!!"



* In ''Theatre/TheCompleteWorksOfWilliamShakespeareAbridged'', the "scholarly" character pulls out his book on Shakespeare, which he keeps...right where you think. The title of the book? ''I Love My Willy''.

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* In ''Theatre/TheCompleteWorksOfWilliamShakespeareAbridged'', the "scholarly" character pulls out his book on Shakespeare, which he keeps... right where you think. The title of the book? ''I Love My Willy''.



* The original ''Secret of VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'' game. Guybrush Threepwood stores his entire (Significant) inventory in his pants, with a particularly notable example involving the 'Key' to the Monkey-Cave (A gigantic cotton swab)... seeing him pull that out of his pants is vaguely disturbing. In ''[=LeChuck=]'s Revenge'', he acquires a jacket, and starts storing large objects in his inner pockets instead. Which is a real shame, since he picks up a living monkey at one point, and the sheer number of puns and bad jokes that could've resulted from him stuffing that in his pants would be ''terrifying''.

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* The original ''Secret of VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'' game. Guybrush Threepwood stores his entire (Significant) inventory in his pants, with a particularly notable example involving the 'Key' to the Monkey-Cave (A Monkey-Cave--a gigantic cotton swab)... seeing swab--seeing him pull that out of his pants is vaguely disturbing. In ''[=LeChuck=]'s Revenge'', he acquires a jacket, and starts storing large objects in his inner pockets instead. Which is a real shame, since he picks up a living monkey at one point, and the sheer number of puns and bad jokes that could've resulted from him stuffing that in his pants would be ''terrifying''.



** At one point in ''[=LeChuck=]'s Revenge'', he finds his entire (usually sizable by that point) inventory has been into a single manila envelope, which he can (and really should) pick up and put in his pants. Upon opening it....

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** At one point in ''[=LeChuck=]'s Revenge'', he finds his entire (usually sizable by that point) inventory has been into a single manila envelope, which he can (and really should) pick up and put in his pants. Upon opening it....it...



* Played straight in another LucasArts adventure game - ''VideoGame/TheDig''. Somewhat justified in that you're never carrying a great number of objects and none of them are particularly large - your shovel is a pocket shovel - but still beyond what anyone could realistically carry.

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* Played straight in another LucasArts adventure game - ''VideoGame/TheDig''. game--''VideoGame/TheDig''. Somewhat justified in that you're never carrying a great number of objects and none of them are particularly large - your large--your shovel is a pocket shovel - but shovel--but still beyond what anyone could realistically carry.



* Speaking of {{Sierra}}, this trope is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 2: Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places)'' where Larry has to collect a 36-gallon trashcan-sized Grotesque Gulp soda. The narrator wonders how Larry's going to carry it with him...and then remembers that this is an adventure game and lets Larry just stuff the drink in his pocket.

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* Speaking of {{Sierra}}, this trope is [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry 2: Looking for Love (In Several Wrong Places)'' where Larry has to collect a 36-gallon trashcan-sized Grotesque Gulp soda. The narrator wonders how Larry's going to carry it with him... and then remembers that this is an adventure game and lets Larry just stuff the drink in his pocket.



* All of the (bearded) freed prisoners in ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' hide bonuses in their underwear. Including weapons. Is that a [[strike:Heavy Machine Gun]] [[strike:Rocket Launcher]] [[strike:Iron Lizard]] [[strike:Flamethrower]] Super Grenade in your pocket [[OrAreYouJustHappyToSeeMe or are you happy to]]... Aw, never mind. What makes it hilarious is the giant grin they give you as they shake the bonus out.

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* All of the (bearded) freed prisoners in ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' hide bonuses in their underwear. Including weapons. Is that a [[strike:Heavy Machine Gun]] [[strike:Rocket Launcher]] [[strike:Iron Lizard]] [[strike:Flamethrower]] Super Grenade in your pocket [[OrAreYouJustHappyToSeeMe or are you happy to]]... Aw, aw, never mind. What makes it hilarious is the giant grin they give you as they shake the bonus out.



--> '''Black Mage''': "Lemme just reach into my wizard-style robes and pull out...MY KNIFE!" (By which, he actually means his knife. [[DontExplainTheJoke Not...]] Oh, forget it.)

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--> '''Black Mage''': "Lemme just reach into my wizard-style robes and pull out... MY KNIFE!" (By which, he actually means his knife. [[DontExplainTheJoke Not...]] Oh, forget it.)



--> '''Cody''': I was gonna make us a...''romantic'' picnic.

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--> '''Cody''': I was gonna make us a... ''romantic'' picnic.



* A running gag in WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes is that often characters will pull anything they need out of their pants - most commonly binoculars.

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* A running gag in WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes is that often characters will pull anything they need out of their pants - most pants--most commonly binoculars.



* Razor Ramon HardGay himself was once filmed visiting Harajuku to demand that the punk kids there do the right thing and call their dads on Father's Day...using a cell phone he drew suggestively from the front of his leather hotpants.

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* Razor Ramon HardGay himself was once filmed visiting Harajuku to demand that the punk kids there do the right thing and call their dads on Father's Day... using a cell phone he drew suggestively from the front of his leather hotpants.
10th Mar '16 12:27:07 PM Morgenthaler
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* Richie in ''{{Bottom}}'' fit a whole BBC camera in down there.

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* Richie in ''{{Bottom}}'' ''Series/{{Bottom}}'' fit a whole BBC camera in down there.



* In the first episode of ''{{Wiseguy}}'', TheMafia is surprised to see an ArmsDealer bring his woman to their meeting. As things go badly we see her casually unbuttoning her skirt (how she does this [[NotDistractedByTheSexy without attracting attention]] is not explained), then she somehow produces an [[CoolGuns Ingram MAC-10]] and starts blazing away. Now admittedly the MAC-10 is quite small for an SMG, but it's still a large chunk of metal to be hiding between your legs while wearing a tight skirt. It's worth noting that this scene was based on a real-life arms deal in which the narrator noticed the women at the meeting were concealing firearms between their legs just from the way they sat down.

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* In the first episode of ''{{Wiseguy}}'', ''Series/{{Wiseguy}}'', TheMafia is surprised to see an ArmsDealer bring his woman to their meeting. As things go badly we see her casually unbuttoning her skirt (how she does this [[NotDistractedByTheSexy without attracting attention]] is not explained), then she somehow produces an [[CoolGuns Ingram MAC-10]] and starts blazing away. Now admittedly the MAC-10 is quite small for an SMG, but it's still a large chunk of metal to be hiding between your legs while wearing a tight skirt. It's worth noting that this scene was based on a real-life arms deal in which the narrator noticed the women at the meeting were concealing firearms between their legs just from the way they sat down.
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