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25th Feb '17 6:03:34 PM ErraticCamelid
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[[caption-width-right:350:Though they look dry, they're actually wet]]
9th Jan '17 5:02:05 PM pikachukid
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** In the sequel, Lela and Tanner run through a shower early on. The water just sort of avoids them.
27th Nov '16 3:18:31 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheMagiciansNephew'', people travel to and from the Wood Between the Worlds through pools, but they always emerge dry. However, when they try jumping into the pools without wearing the correct magic rings (the ones that transport people out of the Wood), they just get their feet wet.

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* In ''TheMagiciansNephew'', ''Literature/TheMagiciansNephew'', people travel to and from the Wood Between the Worlds through pools, but they always emerge dry. However, when they try jumping into the pools without wearing the correct magic rings (the ones that transport people out of the Wood), they just get their feet wet.
26th Nov '16 11:08:36 AM DarkHunter
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* ''[[VideoGame/FatalFrame Fatal Frame 5]]'': Averted. Whenever the characters get wet, their clothes and hair are affected quite noticeably. Furthermore, being wet increases the character's vulnerability to ghost attacks, so the player is cautioned to remain dry whenever possible.

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* ''[[VideoGame/FatalFrame Fatal Frame 5]]'': Averted. Whenever the characters get wet, their clothes and hair are affected quite noticeably. They also do not dry off within a few seconds: it takes using an item to restore dryness. Furthermore, being wet increases the character's vulnerability to ghost attacks, so the player is cautioned to remain dry whenever possible.
26th Nov '16 11:07:43 AM DarkHunter
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* ''[[VideoGame/FatalFrame Fatal Frame 5]]'': Averted. Whenever the characters get wet, their clothes and hair are affected quite noticeably. Furthermore, being wet increases the character's vulnerability to ghost attacks, so the player is cautioned to remain dry whenever possible.
4th Oct '16 8:56:18 AM erforce
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** Actually, this is quite common throughout the series. Each character who falls into water comes out dry. Even in [[{{Disney/TheLittleMermaid}} Atlantica]] and [[{{Disney/Pinocchio}} Prankster's Paradise]], does Sora go into water and appear dry on the surface, despite being a merman in the former. And at one point in [[{{PiratesOfTheCaribbean}} Port Royal]], we get to see him unconscious with half of his body in water... and he is STILL dry.

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** Actually, this is quite common throughout the series. Each character who falls into water comes out dry. Even in [[{{Disney/TheLittleMermaid}} Atlantica]] and [[{{Disney/Pinocchio}} Prankster's Paradise]], does Sora go into water and appear dry on the surface, despite being a merman in the former. And at one point in [[{{PiratesOfTheCaribbean}} [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Port Royal]], we get to see him unconscious with half of his body in water... and he is STILL dry.
8th Aug '16 7:22:34 PM MrNickelodeon
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* In ''Ride/PopeyeAndBlutosBilgeRatBarges'' at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]], while this is most ''definitely'' averted in the case of the riders, Popeye and Olive Oyl come out of the events of the attraction completely dry, despite all that they had been subjected to.
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6th Aug '16 7:10:26 AM Morgenthaler
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Whenever a cartoon character falls, jumps or is pushed into water, they get right back out without any visible signs of wetness. Often the character will be fully immersed underwater � and their clothes will remain pristine and flowing. They don't need to change their clothes, nor dry themselves with a towel, nor do they seem the least bit uncomfortable in what should be sopping wet clothing. In Real Life, clothing generally tends to be very heavy, cumbersome and uncomfortable when it's wet. Most times if they do show off these signs, they're most likely to be plot related.

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Whenever a cartoon character falls, jumps or is pushed into water, they get right back out without any visible signs of wetness. Often the character will be fully immersed underwater -- and their clothes will remain pristine and flowing. They don't need to change their clothes, nor dry themselves with a towel, nor do they seem the least bit uncomfortable in what should be sopping wet clothing. In Real Life, clothing generally tends to be very heavy, cumbersome and uncomfortable when it's wet. Most times if they do show off these signs, they're most likely to be plot related.
6th Aug '16 7:09:57 AM Morgenthaler
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Whenever a cartoon character falls, jumps or is pushed into water, they get right back out without any visible signs of wetness. Often the character will be fully immersed underwater and their clothes will remain pristine and flowing. They don't need to change their clothes, nor dry themselves with a towel, nor do they seem the least bit uncomfortable in what should be sopping wet clothing. In Real Life, clothing generally tends to be very heavy, cumbersome and uncomfortable when it's wet. Most times if they do show off these signs, they're most likely to be plot related.

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Whenever a cartoon character falls, jumps or is pushed into water, they get right back out without any visible signs of wetness. Often the character will be fully immersed underwater and their clothes will remain pristine and flowing. They don't need to change their clothes, nor dry themselves with a towel, nor do they seem the least bit uncomfortable in what should be sopping wet clothing. In Real Life, clothing generally tends to be very heavy, cumbersome and uncomfortable when it's wet. Most times if they do show off these signs, they're most likely to be plot related.



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29th Jul '16 2:18:47 PM MrNickelodeon
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* This occurs during an infamous blooper in ''Film/JawsTheRevenge''. In the climax, when Hoagie gets out of the water, his clothes are completely dry.
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