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In Dragon Ball Super , Trunks wears a yellow jacket with a white undershirt, jeans, and maroon wristbands. During Bulma's birthday party, he wears a Hawaiian shirt with shorts and sunglasses.

Trunks ( Japanese : トランクス , Hepburn : Torankusu ? ) is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball manga series created by Akira Toriyama . He makes his debut in chapter #331 The Young Boy of Mystery ( 謎の少年 , Nazo no Shōnen ? ) , first published in Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine on July 15, 1991, [1] as an unknown young man who has traveled back in time to warn of a deadly enemy. Trunks is later revealed to be the half-Saiyan half-Human son of Vegeta and Bulma .

" You hate the fact that you're powerless to stop me, that you're completely outmatched. Well, imagine feeling the way you do now, all of the time like the people of this planet do! Fools, how do you think my master Gohan felt when you ganged up on him in the rain, and HE had no way out? Well, now it's your turn...I hope you enjoy it! " — Future Trunks to The Androids in Free the Future

In telecommunications , trunking is a method for a system to provide network access to many clients by sharing a set of lines or frequencies instead of providing them individually. This is analogous to the structure of a tree with one trunk and many branches. Examples of this include telephone systems and the two-way radios commonly used by police agencies. More recently port trunking has been applied in computer networking as well.

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