History DarthWiki / SoBadItsHorrible

29th Nov '16 4:09:07 PM N1KF
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** [[Horrible/{{Game Show}}s

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29th Nov '16 3:06:28 PM N1KF
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** [[Horrible/GameShow Game Shows]]

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** [[Horrible/GameShow Game Shows]][[Horrible/{{Game Show}}s
29th Nov '16 3:05:56 PM N1KF
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** Horrible/AnimatedFilms



** Horrible/AnimatedFilms
23rd Oct '16 10:22:02 AM Antwan
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8th Sep '16 5:01:07 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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'''''Important Note''''': Merely being offensive in its subject matter isn't enough to justify a work as Horrible. Hard as it is to imagine at times, there's a market for all types of deviancy (no matter how small a niche it is). It has to ''fail to appeal even to that niche'' to qualify here.

'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fanfics at all''' are permitted on these pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.

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Merely being offensive in its subject matter isn't enough to justify a work as Horrible. Hard as it is to imagine at times, there's a market for all types of deviancy (no matter how small a niche it is). It has to ''fail to appeal even to that niche'' to qualify here.

'''''Second Important Note''''': # '''''Absolutely no fanfics at all''' are permitted on these pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.hand.
5th Sep '16 12:45:31 PM WillBGood
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A work that wraps around the awfulness scale to [[SoBadItsGood good]] and keeps going all the way back down, down, down until it's even more awful than the average victim of SturgeonsLaw. These works don't attract proper fandoms and aren't enjoyed in themselves they have neither the good points of a good work or GuiltyPleasure nor the charm of a SoBadItsGood work; they simply draw attention out of a [[BileFascination perverse sense of fascination]]. The French term for these works is "navet" (English for radish), a nod to how the vegetable of the same name tastes when overcooked (fade and ugly; there is literally no amount of salt or sugar that can save it from being crap). Not to be confused with [[SoBadItsGood "nanar"]].

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A work that wraps around the awfulness scale to [[SoBadItsGood good]] and keeps going all the way back down, down, down until it's even more awful than the average victim of SturgeonsLaw. These works don't attract proper fandoms and aren't enjoyed in themselves they have neither the good points of a good work or GuiltyPleasure nor the charm of a SoBadItsGood work; they simply draw attention out of a [[BileFascination perverse sense of fascination]]. The French term for these works is "navet" (English for radish), ("radish" in English), a nod to how the vegetable of the same name tastes when overcooked (fade and ugly; (really bad; there is literally no amount of salt or sugar that can save it from being crap). Not to be confused with [[SoBadItsGood "nanar"]].
27th Jul '16 7:25:12 PM MorgenReiter
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A work that wraps around the awfulness scale to [[SoBadItsGood good]] and keeps going all the way back down, down, down until it's even more awful than the average victim of SturgeonsLaw. These works don't attract proper fandoms and aren't enjoyed in themselves they have neither the good points of a good work or GuiltyPleasure nor the charm of a SoBadItsGood work; they simply draw attention out of a [[BileFascination perverse sense of fascination]]. The French term for these works is "navet" (English for radish), after the taste that the vegetable from the same name leaves behind when it is too cooked (fade and ugly, there is literally no salt or sugar that can save it from being crap). Not to be confused with [[SoBadItsGood "nanar"]].

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A work that wraps around the awfulness scale to [[SoBadItsGood good]] and keeps going all the way back down, down, down until it's even more awful than the average victim of SturgeonsLaw. These works don't attract proper fandoms and aren't enjoyed in themselves they have neither the good points of a good work or GuiltyPleasure nor the charm of a SoBadItsGood work; they simply draw attention out of a [[BileFascination perverse sense of fascination]]. The French term for these works is "navet" (English for radish), after the taste that a nod to how the vegetable from of the same name leaves behind tastes when it is too cooked overcooked (fade and ugly, ugly; there is literally no amount of salt or sugar that can save it from being crap). Not to be confused with [[SoBadItsGood "nanar"]].
14th Jul '16 3:48:40 PM TheBuddy26
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'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fan works at all''' are permitted on these pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.

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'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fan works fanfics at all''' are permitted on these pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.
14th Jul '16 3:48:13 PM TheBuddy26
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'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fan works at all''' are permitted on these pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.''

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'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fan works at all''' are permitted on these pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.''
14th Jul '16 3:48:00 PM TheBuddy26
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'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fan works at all''' are permitted on these pages unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.''

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'''''Second Important Note''''': '''''Absolutely no fan works at all''' are permitted on these pages pages'' unless it relates to the accompanying example at hand.''
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