Animation Pack 14 Dress Undress
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A character who is nude in bed uses the bed sheet to cover their private parts. They may be in the morning after a night of passion, or have been undressed and left resting in bed or even simply be sleeping in the buff. The nude character might get out of bed and drag along the sheet pulled from the bed to avoid exposing nudity to a sexual partner (or even an empty room) and, coincidentally, to the viewer. They may even wrap the sheet in such a way as to make a makeshift dress instead of putting on some clothes or a robe. A character that has found themselves without clothes for any reason may also make use of (or be given) some kind of bed sheet, blanket, or cloth for them to cover themselves with.
Fan Works A Demon Among Devils: When Minato awakens after spending the last four days in a coma, he's on an infirmary cot with Rias and Sirzechs watching. He suddenly notices with distress that he's not wearing anything save for a hospital bedsheet, and has a delayed Naked Freak-Out once he realizes someone must have undressed him. Cue Rias letting out a perverted chuckle. A Different Lesson: Occurs after Tai Lung and Tigress's second sex scene; amusingly, the sheet isn't even mentioned during the act itself (although this does suggest the realistic point that those in the middle of sex aren't likely to notice or remark upon the bedding, and also keeps it from being intrusive). Luckily for them, they must have pulled the sheet up Just in Time, since it happens to cover his waist and her chest right when Shifu appears in the doorway. In Heart of Ashes, Kathryn covers herself with a bedsheet when her and Smaug's bedchamber is assaulted by guards in Chapter 14. In The Wizard in the Shadows, Harry is brooding about the oncoming army of Mordor when Ginny comes up behind him, wearing only a Modesty Bedsheet and decides the best way to distract is to lure him back to bed by dropping said bedsheet.Harry: [blinks] Wow. Consider me distracted.
IC 035. US 100 101 102. G & S Retail store services and on-line retail store services featuring consumer goods, namely, clothing, toys, sporting goods, household linen, household tableware, housewares, carrying bags and packs, wallets, paper goods, writing instruments; jewelry and watches and consumer electronics; compiling of information into computer databases; marketing, advertising and promotion services; market research and information services; advertising services, namely, promoting the goods and services of others via computer and communication networks; operating on-line marketplaces for sellers of goods and/or services; online retail store services featuring digital media, namely, pre-recorded digital sound, video and data recordings featuring music, text, video, games, comedy, drama, action, adventure or animation; promoting the goods and services of others over the internet; providing on-line computer databases and on-line searchable databases in the field of entertainment; on-line advertising and marketing services; providing and rental of advertising space on the internet; providing on-line auction services; comparison shopping services, namely providing commercial information and advice for consumers and providing price comparison services.
IC 035. US 100 101 102. G & S Retail store services and on-line retail store services featuring consumer goods, namely, clothing, toys, sporting goods, household linen, household tableware, housewares, carrying bags and packs, wallets, paper goods, writing instruments, jewelry and consumer electronics; marketing, advertising and promotion services; advertising services, namely, promoting the goods and services of others via computer and communication networks; operating on-line marketplaces for sellers of goods and/or services; online retail store services featuring digital media, namely, pre-recorded digital sound, video and data recordings featuring music, text, video, games, comedy, drama, action, adventure or animation; promoting the goods and services of others over the internet; on-line advertising and marketing services. FIRST USE: 20210100. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20210100.
Halsey and Keyes made their way onto the campus of Elysium City's Primary Education Facility Number 119 under the guise of parents inspecting the school for their little girl. By 1130 hours they were watching children at play from the semi-shade of a canvas awning. Halsey, wearing a sundress and straw hat, urged the lieutenant to appear more relaxed and even tried to help by slipping her arm through his, but her efforts were in vain. It was Keyes, however, who first identified their subject, a six-year-old boy named John, after Halsey showed an image to him. John was atop a grassy hill at the end of the school's playground, engaged in a particularly vicious game of king of the hill. Halsey's first instinct was to point her data pad at the boy to record the incident for later study. After glancing around to see that the only other adult present was marching an injured girl toward the nurse's office Halsey ordered Keyes to stay back and keep watch while she walked over to get a closer look at their boy. She stopped at four meters from the base of the hill and asked to speak with John, whom the other boys assumed must be in trouble. She led him to the edge of a nearby sandpit and asked his name, which he freely offered before holding out his hand to be shook. She asked what he was had been doing and John answered that he had been winning. Seeing that the boy was fond of games, she produced a quarter and told him that if he could guess which side of the coin would be facing upwards when it landed after being flipped, he could keep it. She let it go but before it could hit the ground John snatched it out of the air and confidently declared "Eagle!" referring to the side of the quarter which was, indeed, facing up when he opened his hand. Assured he could keep the coin for himself, he asked if they could play again but Halsey told him that had been the only one she had. She told him he ought to go back to his friends and returned to the lieutenant, asking to make sure he had recorded the interaction. He had, and after reviewing the footage Halsey sent it to Toran on the Han. She explained to Keyes that the one thing they couldn't test their candidates for remotely was luck, further clarifying that she meant her test as a simple way to eliminate half of the qualified children due to the budgetary constraints of the program. She remarked that John whether John was lucky or just extraordinarily fast, he had made the cut. Keyes still did not fully understand her interest in the child and said as much, to which she replied that she hoped he never would fully understand their purpose there. 781b155fdc