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| Topics: Dating | In my humble opinion, I believe that in the year 2017, men are the new women. Below I’ve compiled a list of signs that I attribute to men who are no longer the leaders in their relationships This is a big no-no in my book.

If there is a bank account which was opened for the sole purpose of you both throwing in money to pay the bills, then I have no problem with this.

Not only is it indestructible, it's almost never a hindrance (unless the story explicitly states so), like an Impractically Fancy Outfit and Requisite Royal Regalia.

Alternately, especially for the fancier outfits, the clothing can be destroyed or damaged, and the character somehow repairs the damage or acquires an identical outfit next episode. Any character with clothing showing signs of distress is truly in a world of pain, and possibly close to death.

Nearly every person who picked up the phone was annoyed. ” It’s because people are turned off by “salesmen”.

Even when my offer was potentially useful, I struggled to get anyone to hear me out. They envision guys with ill-fitting suits trying to convince them to buy something they don’t want.

Shaggy's shapeless green shirt is just as indestructible as Superman's cape. (Which, of course, might have been the point behind the color of Shaggy's shirt.

And his brown pants.) A Sister Trope to Impractically Fancy Outfit.

Such clothing is also often so tied to the character that they and only they can acquire it—it seems to come from nowhere, fits them perfectly both symbolically and physically, and may even sometimes appear from nowhere a la the Hyperspace Mallet.

Fictional characters can often be found wearing clothing that just looks too good to be real.

This can be proven by the occasional attempt made to reproduce these clothes by the costume teams for live action adaptations or by enthusiastic cosplay fans.

Unless, of course, the character in question is a woman in a Bishoujo Series, as clothes-tearing near-misses are a hallmark of fanservice.

Note that despite the name given this trope, such outfits need not be cool, or even particularly good-looking.

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