-->''"A man in white is never innocent; no {{woman in white}} is necessarily innocent either, though the conventional idea is that she may be. A man in white is often searching for something: dirt, or life, or love, money or blood, fame or notoriety. A white suit attracts what you don't have or what you want more of."''
-->-- '''Inigo Thomas''', ''[[http://www.slate.com/id/2119498/ "The enduring mystique of the white suit"]]''

-->''"I have this idea that characters in white suits are all weirdos. I wonder why?"''
-->-- '''Creator/HiromuArakawa''', on Solf J. Kimblee of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''

->''"This elusive quality it is, which causes the thought of whiteness, when divorced from more kindly associations, and coupled with any object terrible in itself, to heighten that terror to the furthest bounds. Witness the white bear of the poles, and the white shark of the tropics; what but their smooth, flaky whiteness makes them the transcendent horrors they are? That ghastly whiteness it is which imparts such an abhorrent mildness, even more loathsome than terrific, to the dumb gloating of their aspect. So that not the fierce-fanged tiger in his heraldic coat can so stagger courage as the white-shrouded bear or shark."''
-->--'''HermanMelville''', ''MobyDick''
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