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This is occasionally known as "itenai" (a shortened form of 履いてない: "haitenai", which means "not wearing (over legs/hips)") in Japan, especially when the question "is she or isn't she wearing them" is left deliberately ambiguous.



** That sounds very much like a commercial in which the girl says "Do you want to see what's under my kilt?" The ad was for tartan patterned sanitary napkins.

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** * That sounds very much like a commercial in which the girl says "Do you want to see what's under my kilt?" The ad was for tartan patterned sanitary napkins.



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This is occasionally known as "itenai" (a shortened form of 履いてない: "haitenai", which means "not wearing (over legs/hips)") in Japan, especially when the question "is she or isn't she wearing them" is left deliberately ambiguous.

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[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
This is occasionally known as "itenai" (a shortened form of 履いてない: "haitenai", which means "not wearing (over legs/hips)") in Japan, especially when the question "is she or isn't she wearing them" is left deliberately ambiguous.
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* Nowa from ''Anime/QueensBlade'', a forest elf, never wears any panties at all, to the surprise of Leina. She's totally comfortable with it, too.

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* Nowa from ''Anime/QueensBlade'', ''Anime/QueensBlade'':
** Nowa,
a forest elf, never wears any panties at all, to the surprise of Leina. She's totally comfortable with it, too.



* ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'' wears a skin tight super suit that gives her super strength and super toughness. Unfortunately the suit itself is about as tough as tissue paper, though it retains its power as long as some of the membrane remains intact. She can't wear anything over or under the outfit because anything touching the suit kills its powers and even a thong would be horribly obvious. Her [[BarbieDollAnatomy lack of visible attributes]] while wearing the suit is a running gag because otherwise the suit makes her look "more naked than naked" [[WordOfGod in the words of creator Adam Warren]] who also says he'll never actually tell us how Emp gets around that problem.

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* ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Empowered}}'' wears a skin tight super suit that gives her super strength and super toughness. Unfortunately the suit itself is about as tough as tissue paper, though it retains its power as long as some of the membrane remains intact. She can't wear anything over or under the outfit because anything touching the suit kills its powers and even a thong would be horribly obvious. Her [[BarbieDollAnatomy lack of visible attributes]] while wearing the suit is a running gag because otherwise the suit makes her look "more naked than naked" [[WordOfGod in the words of creator Adam Warren]] who also says he'll never actually tell us how Emp gets around that problem.



* Girl One, a police officer from ''ComicBook/TopTen'', surprises her partner by revealing that she's not wearing a funky color-shifting outfit - she can change her pigmentation expertly at will and uses it to simulate the appearance of clothing while she's really naked. Later, she punches out her superior officer Ceasar without any warning, because she found out that dogs are color blind (he's an intelligent dog in a mecha suit -- it's that kind of series) and, thus, he's seen her naked all the time without saying anything. ItMakesSenseInContext when you realize the [[NightmareFuel true horror]] of Girl One: She's ''not'' a nudist or exhibitionist. She's an artificial human created by 2 horny geeks based on video game heroine and fanservice tropes, who programmed her with a compulsion to never wear clothing but '''not''' an InnocentFanserviceGirl mentality. When asked by her partner why she doesn't wear clothes, she says she's more comfortable without, and it's not like anyone can tell the difference, but when she found out her boss was aware -- no one else is outside of her partner -- she assumed he was getting his jollies from looking at her. He explains later that he's a dog, and she's a human, and thus, she's about as interesting to him as a random poodle is to her. And then he married a human prostitute and adopted an Anubis-like Dog Headed Human girl. It's that kind of series. [[spoiler: This is later subverted when Girl One dies, and her replacement, Girl Two, has an early and unfortunate run in with some would be rapists. Girl Two promptly begins dressing conservatively, and changes careers from cop to lawyer.]]

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* Girl One, a police officer from ''ComicBook/TopTen'', surprises her partner by revealing that she's not wearing a funky color-shifting outfit - -- she can change her pigmentation expertly at will and uses it to simulate the appearance of clothing while she's really naked. Later, she punches out her superior officer Ceasar without any warning, because she found out that dogs are color blind (he's an intelligent dog in a mecha suit -- it's that kind of series) and, thus, he's seen her naked all the time without saying anything. ItMakesSenseInContext when you realize the [[NightmareFuel true horror]] of Girl One: She's ''not'' a nudist or exhibitionist. She's an artificial human created by 2 horny geeks based on video game heroine and fanservice tropes, who programmed her with a compulsion to never wear clothing but '''not''' an InnocentFanserviceGirl mentality. When asked by her partner why she doesn't wear clothes, she says she's more comfortable without, and it's not like anyone can tell the difference, but when she found out her boss was aware -- no one else is outside of her partner -- she assumed he was getting his jollies from looking at her. He explains later that he's a dog, and she's a human, and thus, she's about as interesting to him as a random poodle is to her. And then he married a human prostitute and adopted an Anubis-like Dog Headed Human girl. It's that kind of series. [[spoiler: This is later subverted when Girl One dies, and her replacement, Girl Two, has an early and unfortunate run in with some would be rapists. Girl Two promptly begins dressing conservatively, and changes careers from cop to lawyer.]]



* In one ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' story, after Black Canary defeats Giganta, she goes, "If you insist on wearing a skirt into battle, put on some underpants, or at least learn to sit like a lady."
** Seanbaby pointed out the same thing, albeit [[http://www.seanbaby.com/superfriends/giganta.htm more crudely]].
--> ''Bystander:'' Son, I wanted you to learn about the female body; I just wish your first sight of it wasn't twenty feet wide.

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* In one ''ComicBook/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'' story, after Black Canary defeats Giganta, she goes, "If you insist on wearing a skirt into battle, put on some underpants, or at least learn to sit like a lady."
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" Seanbaby pointed out the same thing, albeit [[http://www.seanbaby.com/superfriends/giganta.htm more crudely]].
--> ''Bystander:'' -->''Bystander:'' Son, I wanted you to learn about the female body; I just wish your first sight of it wasn't twenty feet wide.



* In ''{{ComicBook/Gemini Storm}}'' has Elizabeth Rose, whose clothes are all strapless and we can see she [[http://www.thunderfrogcomics.com/images/g012.jpg?crc=4223342926 doesn't wear a bra underneath]].
* The cleavage window in ComicBook/PowerGirl's leotard is almost always drawn in a way that would make it impossible for her to be wearing a bra underneath. Although being a Kryptonian the functionality of a bra for her is questionable.
** And sometimes even drawn so wide that it seems she [[BarbieDollAnatomy has no nipples]], either.

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* In ''{{ComicBook/Gemini Storm}}'' ''ComicBook/GeminiStorm'' has Elizabeth Rose, whose clothes are all strapless and we can see she [[http://www.thunderfrogcomics.com/images/g012.jpg?crc=4223342926 doesn't wear a bra underneath]].
* The cleavage window in ComicBook/PowerGirl's leotard is almost always drawn in a way that would make it impossible for her to be wearing a bra underneath. Although being a Kryptonian Kryptonian, the functionality of a bra for her is questionable.
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questionable. And sometimes even drawn so wide that it seems she [[BarbieDollAnatomy has no nipples]], either.



* In ''{{Comicbook/Nancy in Hell}}'', cheerleader Nancy [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/26jPxlWjYhOkGRnCj-mrT6Zaw7qiTpB4Mocnqg6UjriG1W4eHB0oKWn_hPxvTut4ZzXbDy7gJsMl8wnBcV-daNbftOicX-I6RiWLtcqtbx0QsxSkuxXdHn9LrxFZS-2lzHr5fw=s0 was not wearing underwear]] to [[spoiler:distract her quarterback boyfriend while she was alive]].
* Alana from ''{{Comicbook/Saga}}'' clearly has nothing under the poncho-like jacket she wears, but it's justified since she's nursing her newborn daughter and needs access at a moment's notice.

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* In ''{{Comicbook/Nancy in Hell}}'', ''ComicBook/NancyInHell'', cheerleader Nancy [[http://2.bp.blogspot.com/26jPxlWjYhOkGRnCj-mrT6Zaw7qiTpB4Mocnqg6UjriG1W4eHB0oKWn_hPxvTut4ZzXbDy7gJsMl8wnBcV-daNbftOicX-I6RiWLtcqtbx0QsxSkuxXdHn9LrxFZS-2lzHr5fw=s0 was not wearing underwear]] to [[spoiler:distract her quarterback boyfriend while she was alive]].
* Alana from ''{{Comicbook/Saga}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}'' clearly has nothing under the poncho-like jacket she wears, but it's justified since she's nursing her newborn daughter and needs access at a moment's notice.



* ''Comicbook/KateBishop'', a.k.a Hawkeye do not wear any underwear [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/File:Katherine_Bishop_(Earth-616)_from_Hawkeye_Vol_5_1.jpg underneath the costume]].

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* ''Comicbook/KateBishop'', ''ComicBook/KateBishop'', a.k.a Hawkeye do not wear any underwear [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/File:Katherine_Bishop_(Earth-616)_from_Hawkeye_Vol_5_1.jpg underneath the costume]].



* In ''[[Comicbook/RedSonja Unchained]]'' minisserie, [[Character/RedSonja Red Sonja]] is not wearing any underwear underneath the cursed skin dress throughout the history! This is highlighted throughout history [[spoiler:because its [[ChainmailBikini armor]] is damaged.]]
* The ''Characters/{{Superman}}'''s villain, [[Characters/SupermanRoguesGallery Anguish]] can not be [[http://comicvine.gamespot.com/anguish/4005-82445/images/ left out of that trope]].
* In ''{{ComicBook/X-Factor}}'' Vol 1 212 published in 2010, Hela wears a dress that makes it clear [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/File:Hela_(Earth-616)_from_X-Factor_Vol_1_212_0001.jpg she is not wearing any underwear]].

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* In ''[[Comicbook/RedSonja ''[[ComicBook/RedSonja Unchained]]'' minisserie, [[Character/RedSonja Red Sonja]] is not wearing any underwear underneath the cursed skin dress throughout the history! This is highlighted throughout history [[spoiler:because its [[ChainmailBikini armor]] is damaged.]]
* The ''Characters/{{Superman}}'''s villain, ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'''s villain [[Characters/SupermanRoguesGallery Anguish]] can not be [[http://comicvine.gamespot.com/anguish/4005-82445/images/ left out of that trope]].
* In ''{{ComicBook/X-Factor}}'' ''ComicBook/XFactor'' Vol 1 212 published in 2010, Hela wears a dress that makes it clear [[http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/File:Hela_(Earth-616)_from_X-Factor_Vol_1_212_0001.jpg she is not wearing any underwear]].



* In ''{{ComicBook/Belladonna}}'', the protagonist Belladonna is not wearing any underwear under her short miniskirt.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Megalex}}'', the protagonist Adamâ is not wearing any underwear under her outfit.

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* In ''{{ComicBook/Belladonna}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Belladonna}}'', the protagonist Belladonna is not wearing any underwear under her short miniskirt.
* In ''{{ComicBook/Megalex}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Megalex}}'', the protagonist Adamâ is not wearing any underwear under her outfit.



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* The 1991 romantic comedy ''Career Opportunities'' was livened up somewhat by having busty Jennifer Connelly spend the whole movie wearing a white tank top with nothing underneath.

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* Jessica Rabbit in ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''. She was given panties in the DVD release, sorry to say, though she's still obviously going bra-less.
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The 1991 romantic comedy ''Career Opportunities'' was is livened up somewhat by having busty Jennifer Connelly spend the whole movie wearing a white tank top with nothing underneath.



* Carrie Fisher didn't wear a bra in ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars]]'', which isn't noticeable... until she gets wet. [[WordOfGod According to her]], George Lucas decreed that [[AuthorAppeal bras didn't exist in space]], so for running scenes, she was protected from bouncing via ''duct tape''.

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* ''Franchise/starWars'':
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Carrie Fisher didn't wear a bra in ''[[Film/ANewHope Star Wars]]'', ''Film/ANewHope'', which isn't noticeable... until she gets wet. [[WordOfGod According to her]], George Lucas decreed that [[AuthorAppeal bras didn't exist in space]], so for running scenes, she was protected from bouncing via ''duct tape''.



* Jessica Rabbit in ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit''. She was given panties in the DVD release, sorry to say, though she's still obviously going bra-less.



-->'''Mr. Weis:''' She's practically naked in that thing! \\

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-->'''Mr. Weis:''' She's practically naked in that thing! \\thing!\\



* The Mike Myers vehicle ''TheLoveGuru'' parodies the RealLife examples below with the titular Guru caught by the paparazzi getting out of a limo without underoos.

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* The Mike Myers vehicle ''TheLoveGuru'' ''Film/TheLoveGuru'' parodies the RealLife examples below with the titular Guru caught by the paparazzi getting out of a limo without underoos.



* In ''[[Film/SexAndTheCity2 Sex And The City 2]]'', Charlotte's nanny, Erin (Alice Eve), never wears a bra, making Charlotte jealous.

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* In ''[[Film/SexAndTheCity2 Sex And The and the City 2]]'', Charlotte's nanny, Erin (Alice Eve), never wears a bra, making Charlotte jealous.



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* ''Series/{{Space 1999}}''
** In one episode, Sandra suffers ClothingDamage that exposes her back - and the fact that she is naked under her uniform. Unfortunately, the effect is ruined by a continuity error: in the previous scene, you can clearly see the outlines of her bra and panties under her tight jumpsuit.

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* ''Series/{{Space 1999}}''
''Series/Space1999''
** In one episode, Sandra suffers ClothingDamage that exposes her back - -- and the fact that she is naked under her uniform. Unfortunately, the effect is ruined by a continuity error: in the previous scene, you can clearly see the outlines of her bra and panties under her tight jumpsuit.



-->Those guys are all around
-->So you really shouldn't dare
-->Go to every club in town
-->If you've lost your underwear

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-->Those -->''Those guys are all around
-->So
around\\
So
you really shouldn't dare
-->Go
dare\\
Go
to every club in town
-->If
town\\
If
you've lost your underwearunderwear''



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* The Swedish RPG ''Playelf'' has "clothing penalties" - anything above the base necessities will obstruct your movements and give penalties to everything. Armor is useless because any advantage gained is negated by all the penalties. There are some options, but for the most part, you're encouraged to dress like a Boris Vallejo painting.
* The Dark Elf Witch Elves in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' practically wear anti-clothing and yet still have an armor save. This is considered by most players to be highly optimistic.
** Same goes for [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} 40k's]] Sisters of Battle repentia, who get a 4+ save despite wearing nothing but a few strips of cloth and parchment to cover their strategic area. For comparison, a flak vest gives a 5+ save. 4+ is equal to full-body carapace armor.
*** Uh, neither of the above is true currently. Witch Elves decidedly do not have an armor save and Repentia have no armor save, but have a 6+ Invulnerable (from Shield of Faith, representing their ability to shrug off injuries due to their incredible faith.
*** Some tabletop games [[LampshadeHanging acknowledge and actually provide statistics]] for the improbable amounts of protection offered by {{Stripperiffic}} "armor" (such as ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'', which calls it "Bulletproof Nudity").
* The Dark Eldar of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' field Wyches, evil space-elf gladiators who wear weapons, boots, and about a grand total of one square foot of black leather. Maybe two square feet for some of the guys. The reason for their lack of armor is that Wyches are so confident in their abilities, they believe that they can charge into battle without getting a scratch, and boast that armor is for cowards. [[RealityEnsues They're wrong]].
** Wyches also dress {{Stripperiffic}}ally because they're performers, not just fighters. They use sex appeal to gain audience approval in the arenas, which can make the difference between living to fight another day and being quickly killed off in a fight they can't hope to win.

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* The Swedish RPG ''Playelf'' has "clothing penalties" - -- anything above the base necessities will obstruct your movements and give penalties to everything. Armor is useless because any advantage gained is negated by all the penalties. There are some options, but for the most part, you're encouraged to dress like a Boris Vallejo painting.
* The Dark Elf Witch Elves in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' practically wear anti-clothing and yet still have an armor save. This is considered by most players to be highly optimistic.
** Same goes for [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} 40k's]] Sisters of Battle repentia, who get a 4+ save despite wearing nothing but a few strips of cloth and parchment to cover their strategic area. For comparison, a flak vest gives a 5+ save. 4+ is equal to full-body carapace armor.
*** Uh, neither of the above is true currently. Witch Elves decidedly do not have an armor save and Repentia have no armor save, but have a 6+ Invulnerable (from Shield of Faith, representing their ability to shrug off injuries due to their incredible faith.
***
Some tabletop games [[LampshadeHanging acknowledge and actually provide statistics]] for the improbable amounts of protection offered by {{Stripperiffic}} "armor" (such as ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'', which calls it "Bulletproof Nudity").
* * ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'': The Dark Eldar of ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' field Wyches, evil space-elf gladiators who wear weapons, boots, and about a grand total of one square foot of black leather. Maybe two square feet for some of the guys. The reason for their lack of armor is that Wyches are so confident in their abilities, they believe that they can charge into battle without getting a scratch, and boast that armor is for cowards. [[RealityEnsues They're wrong]].
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wrong]]. Wyches also dress {{Stripperiffic}}ally because they're performers, not just fighters. They use sex appeal to gain audience approval in the arenas, which can make the difference between living to fight another day and being quickly killed off in a fight they can't hope to win.



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* Taki in the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' to a ''ridiculous'' degree, to the point where it looks like she [[BodyPaint paints her whole body red and fights naked.]]
** Ivy also qualifies.

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* Taki in the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' to a ''ridiculous'' degree, to the point where it looks like she [[BodyPaint paints her whole body red and fights naked.]]
**
]] Ivy also qualifies.



* In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', apparently, Roa's favorite outfit when it was possessing [[spoiler:Ciel in a previous incarnation]] was a partially open cloak. And only that.
** Given how he (or would it be a she?) went around raping people (regardless of gender) before he killed them, his choice of clothing is really not all that shocking.
* Chun Li and Cammy in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' have visible nipples during battles. They even [[{{Gainaxing}} pull a Gainax]]. Oddly, Chun Li is depicted with underwear nearly all the time, ''except'' during battle. Hmm.

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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', apparently, Roa's favorite outfit when it was possessing [[spoiler:Ciel in a previous incarnation]] was a partially open cloak. And only that.
''Franchise/StreetFighter'':
** Given how he (or would it be a she?) went around raping people (regardless of gender) before he killed them, his choice of clothing is really not all that shocking.
*
Chun Li and Cammy in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' have visible nipples during battles. They even [[{{Gainaxing}} pull a Gainax]]. Oddly, Chun Li is depicted with underwear nearly all the time, ''except'' during battle. Hmm.



* Alice in ''[[VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward Virtue's Last Reward]]'' is topless except for a short open-front jacket and a heavy gold necklace. The necklace stays perfectly in place even when she's struggling with people or lying on her back.



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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}'', apparently, Roa's favorite outfit when it was possessing [[spoiler:Ciel in a previous incarnation]] was a partially open cloak. And only that. Given how he (or would it be a she?) went around raping people (regardless of gender) before he killed them, his choice of clothing is really not all that shocking.
* Alice in ''VisualNovel/VirtuesLastReward'' is topless except for a short open-front jacket and a heavy gold necklace. The necklace stays perfectly in place even when she's struggling with people or lying on her back.
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-->'''Melvin:''' Hey, how do you get your bodysuit to stay on?
-->'''Aurelina:''' Magnets.

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-->'''Melvin:''' Hey, how do you get your bodysuit to stay on?
-->'''Aurelina:'''
on?\\
'''Aurelina:'''
Magnets.



* Saves A Fox from ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' wears a loose top. It is not immediately apparent that she wears nothing underneath, until we see her [[http://www.goblinscomic.org/06172007/ upside down.]]

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* Saves A Fox Saves-a-Fox from ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'' wears a loose top. It is not immediately apparent that she wears nothing underneath, until we see her [[http://www.goblinscomic.org/06172007/ upside down.]]



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{RobotBoy}}'' episode "Traffic Slam," Lola sits in the back seat of the Turnbull car with her legs apart, and she's not wearing any panties. A few scenes later, she sits in the same position and ''is'' wearing panties.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{RobotBoy}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Robotboy}}'' episode "Traffic Slam," Slam", Lola sits in the back seat of the Turnbull car with her legs apart, and she's not wearing any panties. A few scenes later, she sits in the same position and ''is'' wearing panties.



* The contestants in wet t-shirt contests like [[http://www.metacafe.com/watch/5022881/tiffany_ann_wet_t_shirt_contest Tiffany Ann]] wear only [[WalkingSwimsuitscene bikini bottoms]] and barely-there t-shirts during the contest. The main point of the contest is of course that the water makes the shirts clingy and see-through, provided that she [[YouCanLeaveYourHatOn keeps her shirt on]].

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* The contestants in wet t-shirt T-shirt contests like [[http://www.metacafe.com/watch/5022881/tiffany_ann_wet_t_shirt_contest Tiffany Ann]] wear only [[WalkingSwimsuitscene bikini bottoms]] and barely-there t-shirts T-shirts during the contest. The main point of the contest is of course that the water makes the shirts clingy and see-through, provided that she [[YouCanLeaveYourHatOn keeps her shirt on]].
2nd Jul '17 11:04:36 AM CJCroen1393
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* It may be justified, due to her wings but, it's pretty clear that Rouge the Bat from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' doesn't wear a bra

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* It may be justified, due to her wings but, it's pretty clear that Rouge the Bat from ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' doesn't wear a brabra.
* Male example: [[{{Bishonen}} Wallace]] from ''VideoGame/PokemonOmegaRubyAndAlphaSapphire'' wears an outfit that bares a large portion of his hips, making it very obvious that he's [[GoingCommando naked underneath it]].
1st Jul '17 10:05:25 AM PrehistoricGuy
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* The female reporter in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drmeHg2VuTo this]] Diet Rite commercial isn't wearing a bra, as shown by how her breasts are bouncing up and down.
18th Jun '17 9:51:46 AM grandefarao
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* In ''{{ComicBook/Megalex}}'', the protagonist Adamâ is not wearing any underwear under her outfit.
2nd May '17 5:35:19 PM Maljen
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2nd May '17 12:01:59 AM Maljen
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* ''VideoGame/FatalFury''/''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'': [[Characters/FatalFury Bonne]] [[Characters/KingofFighters Jenet]]'s [[SexyBacklessOutfit backless dress]] [[ShesGotLegs with a high slit on the right side]] and [[KickChick kicks]] combine with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3c0nPJnpIU her]] [[https://www.spriters-resource.com/download/42459/ animations]] to give the impression she's not wearing anything under it. This is especially noticeable when she does her [[CombatStilettos stiletto]] [[ShoeSlap move]] or is KO'd, since both have frames that curiously look like she's showing what's behind her dress. Her official ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves'' art [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-garou.jpg shows her wearing underwear]] though. So does her [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bjenet_designs.jpg King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2 official art]] [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-mi2.jpg and model]].

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* ''VideoGame/FatalFury''/''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'': [[Characters/FatalFury Bonne]] [[Characters/KingofFighters [[Characters/TheKingofFighters Jenet]]'s [[SexyBacklessOutfit backless dress]] [[ShesGotLegs with a high slit on the right side]] and [[KickChick kicks]] combine with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3c0nPJnpIU her]] [[https://www.spriters-resource.com/download/42459/ animations]] to give the impression she's not wearing anything under it. This is especially noticeable when she does her [[CombatStilettos stiletto]] [[ShoeSlap move]] or is KO'd, since both have frames that curiously look like she's showing what's behind her dress. Her official ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves'' art [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-garou.jpg shows her wearing underwear]] though. So does her [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bjenet_designs.jpg King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2 official art]] [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-mi2.jpg and model]].
2nd May '17 12:00:18 AM Maljen
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* ''VideoGame/FatalFury''/''{{King of Fighters}}'': [[Characters/FatalFury Bonne]] [[Characters/KingofFighters Jenet]]'s [[SexyBacklessOutfit backless dress]] [[ShesGotLegs with a high slit on the right side]] and [[KickChick kicks]] combine with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3c0nPJnpIU her]] [[https://www.spriters-resource.com/download/42459/ animations]] to give the impression she's not wearing anything under it. This is especially noticeable when she does her [[CombatStilettos stiletto]] [[ShoeSlap move]] or is KO'd, since both have frames that curiously look like she's showing what's behind her dress. Her official ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves'' art [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-garou.jpg shows her wearing underwear]] though. So does her [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bjenet_designs.jpg King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2 official art]] [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-mi2.jpg and model]].

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* ''VideoGame/FatalFury''/''{{King of Fighters}}'': ''VideoGame/FatalFury''/''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'': [[Characters/FatalFury Bonne]] [[Characters/KingofFighters Jenet]]'s [[SexyBacklessOutfit backless dress]] [[ShesGotLegs with a high slit on the right side]] and [[KickChick kicks]] combine with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3c0nPJnpIU her]] [[https://www.spriters-resource.com/download/42459/ animations]] to give the impression she's not wearing anything under it. This is especially noticeable when she does her [[CombatStilettos stiletto]] [[ShoeSlap move]] or is KO'd, since both have frames that curiously look like she's showing what's behind her dress. Her official ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves'' art [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-garou.jpg shows her wearing underwear]] though. So does her [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bjenet_designs.jpg King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2 official art]] [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-mi2.jpg and model]].
1st May '17 10:27:51 PM Maljen
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* ''VideoGame/FatalFury'': [[Characters/FatalFury Bonne Jenet]]'s [[SexyBacklessOutfit backless dress]] [[ShesGotLegs with a high slit on the right side]] and [[KickChick kicks]] combine with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3c0nPJnpIU her]] [[https://www.spriters-resource.com/download/42459/ animations]] to give the impression she's not wearing anything under it. This is especially noticeable when she does her [[CombatStilettos stiletto]] [[ShoeSlap move]] or is KO'd, since both have frames that curiously look like she's showing what's behind her dress. Her official ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves'' art [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-garou.jpg shows her wearing underwear]] though. So does her [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bjenet_designs.jpg King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2 official art]] [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-mi2.jpg and model]].

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* ''VideoGame/FatalFury'': ''VideoGame/FatalFury''/''{{King of Fighters}}'': [[Characters/FatalFury Bonne Bonne]] [[Characters/KingofFighters Jenet]]'s [[SexyBacklessOutfit backless dress]] [[ShesGotLegs with a high slit on the right side]] and [[KickChick kicks]] combine with [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3c0nPJnpIU her]] [[https://www.spriters-resource.com/download/42459/ animations]] to give the impression she's not wearing anything under it. This is especially noticeable when she does her [[CombatStilettos stiletto]] [[ShoeSlap move]] or is KO'd, since both have frames that curiously look like she's showing what's behind her dress. Her official ''Garou: Mark of the Wolves'' art [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-garou.jpg shows her wearing underwear]] though. So does her [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bjenet_designs.jpg King of Fighters: Maximum Impact 2 official art]] [[http://snk.wikia.com/wiki/File:Jenet-mi2.jpg and model]].
29th Apr '17 1:07:09 AM LavaSkies
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This trope can also apply to male characters, but rarely does, because [[DoubleStandard nipple nubs tend to be more socially acceptable than a certain bulge]]. If something should be there but isn't, it's probably thanks to BarbieDollAnatomy (common in most forms of animation), as well as a sign you [[MST3KMantra might be overthinking things]].

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This trope can also apply to male characters, but rarely does, because [[DoubleStandard nipple nubs tend to be more socially acceptable than a certain bulge]].bulge. If something should be there but isn't, it's probably thanks to BarbieDollAnatomy (common in most forms of animation), as well as a sign you [[MST3KMantra might be overthinking things]].
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