History FurryConfusion / WebOriginal

27th Aug '17 7:01:36 PM ElSquibbonator
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* Deconstructed and taken to its logical realistic conclusion in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' (a human-like fossil ape) for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal" and not the intelligent humanlike creature she knows herself to be. The point when this trope really kicks in is when Jane requests a pet of her own-- a budgie, to be exact-- only to realize later that she is little more than a pet herself. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.

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* Deconstructed and taken to its logical realistic conclusion in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' (a human-like fossil ape) prehistoric humanoid primate) for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal" and not the intelligent humanlike creature she knows herself to be. The point when this trope really kicks in is when Jane requests a pet of her own-- a budgie, to be exact-- only to realize later that she is little more than a pet herself. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.
27th Aug '17 7:00:25 PM ElSquibbonator
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* Deconstructed and taken to its logical realistic conclusion in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal" and not the intelligent humanlike creature she knows she is. The point when this trope really kicks in is when Jane requests a pet of her own-- a budgie, to be exact-- only to realize later that she is little more than a pet herself. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.

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* Deconstructed and taken to its logical realistic conclusion in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' (a human-like fossil ape) for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal" and not the intelligent humanlike creature she knows she is.herself to be. The point when this trope really kicks in is when Jane requests a pet of her own-- a budgie, to be exact-- only to realize later that she is little more than a pet herself. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.
30th Jun '17 7:20:34 PM ElSquibbonator
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* Deconstructed in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal" and not the intelligent humanlike creature she knows she is. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.

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* Deconstructed and taken to its logical realistic conclusion in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal" and not the intelligent humanlike creature she knows she is. The point when this trope really kicks in is when Jane requests a pet of her own-- a budgie, to be exact-- only to realize later that she is little more than a pet herself. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.
30th Jun '17 7:16:58 PM ElSquibbonator
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* Deconstructed in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal", and not the human relative she is. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.

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* Deconstructed in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal", "animal" and not the human relative intelligent humanlike creature she knows she is. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.
27th Mar '17 3:24:48 PM ElSquibbonator
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* One WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum interlude has this when human agents Laburnum and Foxglove go to the Real World for a holiday and bump into agents Naomi (human), Drake (anthro fox in human disguise), Stormsong (anthro weasel in human disguise), Skyfire (anthro stoat in human disguise), and Stormy and Sky's adopted kids Molly (anthro ferret in human disguise) and Moses (anthro otter in human disguise). In a conversation, Drake wants to go to a zoo, but Sky argues against it on the basis that Molly would have a fit (she broke down after encountering a pet shop).

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* One WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum interlude has this when human agents Laburnum and Foxglove go to the Real World for a holiday and bump into agents Naomi (human), Drake (anthro fox in human disguise), Stormsong (anthro weasel in human disguise), Skyfire (anthro stoat in human disguise), and Stormy and Sky's adopted kids Molly (anthro ferret in human disguise) and Moses (anthro otter in human disguise). In a conversation, Drake wants to go to a zoo, but Sky argues against it on the basis that Molly would have a fit (she broke down already had one after encountering a pet shop).



* Deconstructed in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal", and not the human relative she is.

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* Deconstructed in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal", and not the human relative she is. Hilarity [[TearJerker does]] [[DownerEnding NOT]] ensue.
19th Mar '17 8:28:13 AM ElSquibbonator
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* Deconstructed in [[http://s1.zetaboards.com/Conceptual_Evolution/single/?p=1179063&t=5718914 ''The Story Of Jane'']]. Some scientists clone a female ''Australopithecus'' for a futuristic theme park, and name her Jane. The story follows her thoughts and actions as she begins to realize that she is being treated like a simple "animal", and not the human relative she is.
8th Feb '17 3:47:20 PM Luppercus
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* ''Webanimation.HappyTreeFriends'': The main cast consists of anthropomorphic animals who live in a world where they interact with real animals. For example, in an episode involving a trip in the woods, Lumpy the moose gets mauled by a grizzly bear (about four bears make up the cast! So what does that make the grizzly bear?). Again, in a short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rU9Lp0TV_WU&feature=related Christmas short]], Petunia gets stomped to death by a deer, which looks more like a real world deer compared to Mime the deer.
** Many of the cast members are also shown keeping pets, such as cats, gerbils, dogs, and an elephant on one occasion.
** In the episode "Junk in the Trunk", one of the animals kidnapped by Lifty and Shifty is a monkey. The spin off series ''Ka-Pow!'' has a monkey named "Buddhist Monkey" as one of the the main protagonists, and said character also sometimes pops up [[ShowWithinAShow on movie screens]] in the main series.
** During one episode the characters make a trip to the zoo, encountering animals such as rhinos, snakes and ducks.
** "Home is where the Hurt is" has a moose head in a house. Given that Lumpy was one of the workers in the house, it makes you wonder...
* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'', where intelligent animals are "sentients" and unintelligent ones (all non-mammals, boars, rats, goats) are "animals".

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* ''Webanimation.HappyTreeFriends'': The main cast consists of anthropomorphic animals who live in a world where they interact with real animals. For example, in an episode involving a trip in the woods, Lumpy the moose gets mauled by a grizzly bear (about four bears make up the cast! So what does that make the grizzly bear?). Again, in a short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rU9Lp0TV_WU&feature=related Christmas short]], Petunia gets stomped ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' once talked to death by a deer, which looks more like a real world deer compared to Mime the deer.
** Many of the cast members are also
sentient iPhone, but has been shown keeping pets, such as cats, gerbils, dogs, and an elephant on one occasion.
** In the episode "Junk
to have a smaller, non-sentient iPhone of his own in the Trunk", one of the animals kidnapped by Lifty and Shifty is a monkey. The spin off series ''Ka-Pow!'' has a monkey named "Buddhist Monkey" as one of the the main protagonists, and said character also sometimes pops up [[ShowWithinAShow on movie screens]] in the main series.
** During one episode the characters make a trip to the zoo, encountering animals such as rhinos, snakes and ducks.
** "Home is where the Hurt is" has a moose head in a house. Given that Lumpy was one of the workers in the house, it makes you wonder...
* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'', where intelligent animals are "sentients" and unintelligent ones (all non-mammals, boars, rats, goats) are "animals".
later episodes.



* One WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum interlude has this when human agents Laburnum and Foxglove go to the Real World for a holiday and bump into agents Naomi (human), Drake (anthro fox in human disguise), Stormsong (anthro weasel in human disguise), Skyfire (anthro stoat in human disguise), and Stormy and Sky's adopted kids Molly (anthro ferret in human disguise) and Moses (anthro otter in human disguise). In a conversation, Drake wants to go to a zoo, but Sky argues against it on the basis that Molly would have a fit (she broke down after encountering a pet shop).
* ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' once talked to a sentient iPhone, but has been shown to have a smaller, non-sentient iPhone of his own in later episodes.


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* ''Webanimation/HappyTreeFriends'': The main cast consists of anthropomorphic animals who live in a world where they interact with real animals. For example, in an episode involving a trip in the woods, Lumpy the moose gets mauled by a grizzly bear (about four bears make up the cast! So what does that make the grizzly bear?). Again, in a short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rU9Lp0TV_WU&feature=related Christmas short]], Petunia gets stomped to death by a deer, which looks more like a real world deer compared to Mime the deer.
** Many of the cast members are also shown keeping pets, such as cats, gerbils, dogs, and an elephant on one occasion.
** In the episode "Junk in the Trunk", one of the animals kidnapped by Lifty and Shifty is a monkey. The spin off series ''Ka-Pow!'' has a monkey named "Buddhist Monkey" as one of the the main protagonists, and said character also sometimes pops up [[ShowWithinAShow on movie screens]] in the main series.
** During one episode the characters make a trip to the zoo, encountering animals such as rhinos, snakes and ducks.
** "Home is where the Hurt is" has a moose head in a house. Given that Lumpy was one of the workers in the house, it makes you wonder...
* One WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum interlude has this when human agents Laburnum and Foxglove go to the Real World for a holiday and bump into agents Naomi (human), Drake (anthro fox in human disguise), Stormsong (anthro weasel in human disguise), Skyfire (anthro stoat in human disguise), and Stormy and Sky's adopted kids Molly (anthro ferret in human disguise) and Moses (anthro otter in human disguise). In a conversation, Drake wants to go to a zoo, but Sky argues against it on the basis that Molly would have a fit (she broke down after encountering a pet shop).
* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'', where intelligent animals are "sentients" and unintelligent ones (all non-mammals, boars, rats, goats) are "animals".
18th Jan '17 1:01:07 PM FringeBenefits
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* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in {{Tasakeru}}, where intelligent animals are "sentients" and unintelligent ones (all non-mammals, boars, rats, goats) are "animals".

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* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in {{Tasakeru}}, ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'', where intelligent animals are "sentients" and unintelligent ones (all non-mammals, boars, rats, goats) are "animals".
17th Oct '16 3:51:28 PM hamza678
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* ''HappyTreeFriends'': The main cast consists of anthropomorphic animals who live in a world where they interact with real animals. For example, in an episode involving a trip in the woods, Lumpy the moose gets mauled by a grizzly bear (about four bears make up the cast! So what does that make the grizzly bear?). Again, in a short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rU9Lp0TV_WU&feature=related Christmas short]], Petunia gets stomped to death by a deer, which looks more like a real world deer compared to Mime the deer.

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* ''HappyTreeFriends'': ''Webanimation.HappyTreeFriends'': The main cast consists of anthropomorphic animals who live in a world where they interact with real animals. For example, in an episode involving a trip in the woods, Lumpy the moose gets mauled by a grizzly bear (about four bears make up the cast! So what does that make the grizzly bear?). Again, in a short [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rU9Lp0TV_WU&feature=related Christmas short]], Petunia gets stomped to death by a deer, which looks more like a real world deer compared to Mime the deer.


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** "Home is where the Hurt is" has a moose head in a house. Given that Lumpy was one of the workers in the house, it makes you wonder...
18th Sep '16 9:25:38 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheAnnoyingOrange'' once talked to a sentient iPhone, but has been shown to have a smaller, non-sentient iPhone of his own in later episodes.

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* ''TheAnnoyingOrange'' ''WebVideo/TheAnnoyingOrange'' once talked to a sentient iPhone, but has been shown to have a smaller, non-sentient iPhone of his own in later episodes.
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