History JustForFun / TropeNameInjokes

1st Nov '17 7:40:09 PM AHI-3000
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* Shoehorned "[[NotADeconstruction deconstructed example]]" added just because This Troper wanted to make a parody or an excessively dark and edgy work seem more intellectual.

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* Shoehorned "[[NotADeconstruction deconstructed example]]" added just because This Troper wanted to make a parody or an [[DarkerAndEdgier excessively dark and edgy work cynical]] story seem more intellectual.



* [[{{Squick}} Horrifying example]] from a piece of FanFiction.

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* [[{{Squick}} Horrifying example]] of [[Rule34 erotic content]] from a piece of FanFiction.FanFiction.
* Example from a very NSFW work that has somehow not yet been nuked from TV Tropes.



* Example from a very NSFW work that has somehow not been nuked yet.



* Obligatory Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon examples:

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* Obligatory Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon and/or {{Creator/Pixar}} examples:



* Obscure example from a series that is aimed at a very young demographic.

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* Obscure example from a series that is aimed at a very young ''very young'' demographic.



* A lone RealLife example erroneously declared as TruthInTelevision which we are not making up.



* A lone RealLife example erroneously declared as TruthInTelevision which we are not making up.
* RealLife example: ThisTroper's personal testimony. (it will later be deleted, restored with a JustifyingEdit, and deleted again)

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* A lone RealLife example erroneously declared as TruthInTelevision which we are not making up.
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** RealLife example: ThisTroper's personal testimony. (it will later be deleted, restored with a JustifyingEdit, and deleted again)again)
* UrbanLegend that totally happened to this troper's sister's ex-boyfriend's 2nd cousin's niece's math teacher's friend.
** MeToo! Lengthy personal anecdote.
* Link to a discredited Urban Legend.
** Natter that links to Snopes instead of just removing the example.



* UrbanLegend that totally happened to this troper's sister's ex-boyfriend's 2nd cousin's niece's math teacher's friend.
** MeToo! Lengthy personal anecdote.



* Link to an article behind a paywall.
* Link to a discredited Urban Legend.
** Natter that links to Snopes instead of just removing the example.

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* Link to an a news article behind a paywall.
* Link to a discredited Urban Legend.
** Natter that links to Snopes instead of just removing the example.
paywall.
12th Oct '17 5:05:22 AM MathsAngelicVersion
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* Example describing how ''SnarkBait: The Game'' supposedly uses this trope badly.
--> '''AVGN''': Ranting from ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' about this trope, which should instead be placed in the Web Video folder.



[[folder:VisualNovel]]

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[[folder:VisualNovel]][[folder:Visual Novel]]
8th Sep '17 2:22:14 PM MathsAngelicVersion
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As [[Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample Examples Are Not General]], this folder should be probably removed and have some of its content moved to the trope description and/or the Analysis subpage. It's still here due to a combination of This Troper not knowing about the policy, That Troper not knowing where to move the content, and Yonder Troper just not having the heart to delete it.

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As [[Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample Examples Are Not General]], this folder should be probably be removed and have some of its content moved to the trope description and/or the Analysis subpage. It's still here due to a combination of This Troper not knowing about the policy, That Troper not knowing where to move the content, and Yonder Troper just not having the heart to delete it.
8th Sep '17 7:54:03 AM MathsAngelicVersion
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As [[Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample Examples Are Not General]], this folder should be removed and possibly have some of its content moved to the trope description and/or the Analysis subpage. It has remained here because no one knew about the policy, didn't know where to move the content, or just didn't have the heart to delete it.

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As [[Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample Examples Are Not General]], this folder should be probably removed and possibly have some of its content moved to the trope description and/or the Analysis subpage. It has remained It's still here because no one knew due to a combination of This Troper not knowing about the policy, didn't know That Troper not knowing where to move the content, or and Yonder Troper just didn't have not having the heart to delete it.
8th Sep '17 7:50:46 AM MathsAngelicVersion
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* ShoutOut example that describes something from [Series Name] and {{Pot Hole}}s "Sounds familiar?" to [Another Series] without explaining the connection between the described thing and [Another Series].
8th Sep '17 6:04:08 AM MathsAngelicVersion
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* Legitimate example from ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'', which was removed because This Troper really hates that film.
8th Sep '17 5:35:17 AM MathsAngelicVersion
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As [[Administrivia/HowToWriteAnExample Examples Are Not General]], this folder should be removed and possibly have some of its content moved to the trope description and/or the Analysis subpage. It has remained here because no one knew about the policy, didn't know where to move the content, or just didn't have the heart to delete it.



* Example. [[WordCruft Full Stop.]]



* Administrivia/ZeroContextExample that tries and fails to hide its lack of context by adding [[WordCruft something like "Full Stop"]] at the end.



* [[Administrivia/ZeroContextExample Example]].



* Example that uses "it's" when it should be using "its", and "lead" when it should be using "led".

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* Example that uses [[WantonCrueltyToTheCommonComma "it's" when it should be using "its", "its"]], and [[RougeAnglesOfSatin "lead" when it should be using "led"."led"]].



** Example made by a contributor that doesn't know how to properly [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Pothole pothole single-word articles]] and uses the external link markup instead.
*** Example made by a contributor [[ExPy similar to the above]] that also doesn't understand single-word links and threw in a random capital letter instead.
* Example in which the contributer pluralised a WikiWord when the actual link is singular, thereby creating a redlink.



* Example from [[{{Donotuse}} Obscure Show Which Had A Page]] that was lost in UsefulNotes/TheGreatCrash which Google and Wikipedia have no listings of, or the Wikipedia listing is under the author's name.



* Example with [[Administrivia/TextFormattingRules|incorrect formatting]].

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* Example with [[Administrivia/TextFormattingRules|incorrect formatting]].formatting]], which is {{IdiotBall probably}} ''accidental'.



* Example with an extra blank line after it.



* An example of what the TropeName literally means, but is in no way an actual example of this trope.

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* An example of what that spoilers out the TropeName literally means, but is fact that [[spoiler:the trope happens]] or that Alice [[spoiler:dies]].
* Shoehorned "[[NotADeconstruction deconstructed example]]" added just because This Troper wanted to make a parody or an excessively dark and edgy work seem more intellectual.
* Example that was somehow
split
in no way half
* Example full of unnecessary details.
* Example that contains the words "also" or "similar to the above/below" despite the referred-to examples being deleted or moved, making it look very weird.
* Example containing a superfluous redlink because it contains a name like McTroper or
an actual example initialism like RPGs which hasn't been formatted correctly.
* Example that doesn't bother to elaborate on something, and instead tells you to go to a different TV Tropes page for more details.
* Example that put a [[WikiWord]] in brackets, resulting in a bracketed number instead
of this trope.
the simple link the editor intended.
* Example awkwardly referencing a Administrivia/{{Renamed Trope|s}} because someone was too lazy to reword it.



* Example that doesn't belong on this page at all, but has avoided deletion for a few months because the editor buried it in the middle of the article.



* A particularly {{egregious}} example from Episode 12.
* Slightly reworded example that appeared near the top of this folder.
Example that the contributor forgot to bullet
* Example that was repeatedly deleted and then re-added, with whole paragraph arguments in the reasons for editing.
* Mundane example that This Troper insists is not made up, just to make [Series Name] seem crazy.
* Example with an explanation that contradicts the explanation on the page for [Series Name].
* Example that ''finally'' adds a link to the page for [Series Name].
* An otherwise-unnoteworthy example [[note]]that some bastard decided to add a snark to inside the footnote markup[[/note]].
* An example that is more WildMassGuessing than anything else.
* With [Series Name], it's pretty much given.
* Example ending in the clause "Making this...", which is potholed to [=OlderThan=][[[OlderThanDirt Dirt]] / [[OlderThanFeudalism Feudalism]] / [[OlderThanPrint Print]] / [[OlderThanSteam Steam]] / [[OlderThanRadio Radio]] / [[OlderThanTelevision Television]] / [[OlderThanTheNES TheNES]]], even though [Series Name] isn't actually that old.
* Example posted by a big fan of [Series Name], who describes it as "an interesting use of this trope" or "an odd example" despite being unremarkable.
* An example that references "a [[Administrivia/ExamplesAreNotRecent recent]] episode of [Series Name]" without any further elaboration to help identify the episode months or years down the road.



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[[folder:Advertising]]
* BILLY MAYS EXAMPLE IN ALL CAPS
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* Incomprehensible example from a Mind Screw series.
** Wall of Text that attempts to explain the above example, but ends up confusing the reader even more.


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* Example from ''Show You Don't Watch and May Have Never Heard Of'', written [[GushingAboutShowsYouLike so worshipfully]] that you get HypeAversion from a single sentence fragment.
* Example consisting of a link to a copyright-infringing YouTube upload of ''Popular Anime'', which will probably be deleted within a few days of being added.


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[[folder:Once-Empty Folder That Someone Put a Shoehorned Example into to Give It A Purpose]]
* Shoehorned example that probably isn't even from the right type of media.
[[/folder]]


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* Example from a very NSFW work that has somehow not been nuked yet.


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** Example from Disney/Movie, with a broken link because This Troper forgot that one-word titles aren't Wiki Words.
** Example from a Disney sequel.
*** {{Natter}} about the canonicity of Disney sequels.
* Example from an ''Obscure Children's Film'' that was only added because someone watched ''WebVideo/{{Bobsheaux}}''.
* Stray Disney Animated Canon example that missed the bullet point.
* Example exclusive to a live-action adaptation of a Disney Animated Canon film.


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* Example from [[{{Donotuse}} Obscure Show Which Had A Page]] that was lost in UsefulNotes/TheGreatCrash which Google and Wikipedia have no listings of, or the Wikipedia listing is under the author's name.
* Strange example from ''Well-Known and Highly-Praised Series'' that is a triple... no, quadruple... [[ZigZaggingTrope wait, no. A quintuple subversion]].
* Example that [[Series/DoctorWho potholes the series name]] so it can't be searched for on the page and will be repeated further down at some point.
* Far-reaching example from This Troper's favorite TropeOverdosed series. It's not really relevant, but you'll leave it because someone else will just add it again.
* Example discussing how ''Show With a Large PeripheryHatedom'' does this trope badly. Probably already on the page, but This Troper really hates this thing.


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* Rare musical example. Not to be confused with the dozen other musical examples.


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[[folder:Redundant Truth in Television Folder That Wasn't Removed When The Real Life One Got Added]]
* Redundant example that can also be found in the Real Life folder.
* Anecdote from This Troper's personal life, which was put here after being removed from the Real Life folder.
* Controversial example.
[[/folder]]


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* Example from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2'' with an obligatory {{Pot Hole}}d reference to either GainaxEnding or MindScrew.
** Angry JustifyingEdit claiming the trope was {{Justified|trope}} or {{Deconstructed|trope}} in this instance, added because This Troper does not realize that TropesAreNotBad.
* Shoehorned ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}'' example added as an excuse to reference old memes.


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* ''Deleted Webcomic'' may have used this trope, but there's no way to verify it since the author took it down, and it isn't archived anywhere.
* Example from ''Semi-Obscure Webcomic With a Page That This Troper Didn't Link to''.
* Example from Webcomic That Didn't Even Get Its Title Italicized.
* Example that claims that the trope has been played straight, {{subverted|trope}}, {{averted|trope}} and {{inverted|trope}} in ''Long Runner''. No further details are given.
* Example from an obscure fetish-based comic with a link to its trope page or website, not pointing out that said comic is fetish-based. This example should have been nuked due to 5P, but for some reason hasn't.


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* [[Administrivia/ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike Snarky]] example from ''SnarkBait: The Series'' - complete with a PotHole to TakeThat - that would be heavily edited if it weren't for the fact that most tropers agree.
* Obscure example from a series that is aimed at a very young demographic.


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[[folder:Other]]
* Visual Novel example added because there was no VN folder, This Troper didn't know if it counted as a video game and decided to play it safe.
* Example from a work that's so obscure no one even knows its medium.
* Misplaced Real Life example.
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* Dead link to a newspaper article that may or may not have featured this trope.
* Link to an article behind a paywall.
* Link to a discredited Urban Legend.
** Natter that links to Snopes instead of just removing the example.
* Example that contains minor factual errors.
** Another example calling the original poster of that example an idiot.
** Ridiculously nitpicky reply quoting facts that only someone who works in the field mentioned/lives in the area mentioned/is God would know.
** Ridiculously nitpicky reply that focuses on one inconsistency that can be easily edited out.


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[[folder:YMMV]]
* Shoehorned BrokenBase example listing every single minor disagreement within the fanbase.
* Example from something with a genuine BrokenBase, written in a highly diplomatic and value-neutral way, using phrases like "this upset some of the fans". This example probably replaced several paragraphs worth of argument from opposite sides of the schism, possibly [[ThreadMode between the same two people]].
* Example beginning or ending in "YMMV".
* An ItSucks audience reaction added to push This Troper's opinions, not to accurately report on the general audience's reception of the work.
[[/folder]]
7th Sep '17 12:01:27 PM MathsAngelicVersion
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* Example of the trope being averted in a work that has no reason to use it in the first place.
** Incorrectly indented example.
* Example requiring an extremely long explanation.
* Example with a [[spioler:broken spoiler] revealing something you don't want spoiled.
* [[spoiler:Entirely spoilered example.]]
* Example that contains a pothole that is broken up by italics, forcing the curious reader to [[SelfDemonstratingArticle check the tooltip before, ]]''[[SelfDemonstratingArticle during]]''[[ShockingSwerve , and after the italics]] to see if they all lead to the same page.
%%* [[supersecretspoiler: Example using deprecated mark-up]] [[strike:in a lame attempt at sarcasm]].
* Example with a quote, followed by some more elaboration.
-->'''Alice''': The quote.\\
'''Bob''': Yes, this is the quote.\\
The elaboration, which is still in quote-format because of bad formatting.
* An example of what the TropeName literally means, but is in no way an actual example of this trope.


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* Two words: [Series Name].
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* Example that was mentioned earlier on this page.
* Example with [[Administrivia/TextFormattingRules|incorrect formatting]].
'''Alice''':
--> I think this is formatted wrong
* Example that was left unfini
29th Aug '17 2:17:55 AM bwburke94
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** [[spoiler:Spoiler from ''Apollo Justice'' because you should have known better than to read a completely spoilered out sentence yet you read it anyway because it was fairly long and you thought it was going to be about the subject at hand and not an example from a different game that might have been an useless spoiler to mention to begin with, which prompts you to inmmediatly scroll down after reading the first line in order to forget about the spoiler. Also, while we're at it, spoiler from ''Dual Destinies''.]]

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** [[spoiler:Spoiler from ''Apollo Justice'' because you should have known better than to read a completely spoilered out sentence yet you read it anyway because it was fairly long and you thought it was going to be about the subject at hand and not an example from a different game that might have been an useless spoiler to mention to begin with, which prompts you to inmmediatly immediately scroll down after reading the first line in order to forget about the spoiler. Also, while we're at it, spoiler from ''Dual Destinies''.]]
** [[spoiler:Spoiler from ''Spirit of Justice''.
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* Example from a game (such as ''AceAttorney'') where it isn't certain it qualifies as a VisualNovel due to its gameplay ratio.

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* Example from a game (such as ''AceAttorney'') ''Franchise/AceAttorney'') where it isn't certain it qualifies as a VisualNovel due to its gameplay ratio.
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