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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Edward Elric becomes a State Alchemist, a position of authority in the military that comes with a compulsory title. Due to his stubbornness and determined personality, Ed is given the title "Fullmetal." His younger brother Alphonse, who has lost his body in a failed alchemy experiment and has his soul bound to a large metal suit of armor, is often mistaken for him due to the nickname.
** That, and no-one expects a [[ImprobableAge fifteen-year-old boy]] to be a famous alchemist and soldier, nor for the suit of armor accompanying him to be [[AnimatedArmor hosting the soul of his younger brother]].
** ExpectingSomeoneTaller also comes into play here in these situations, and serves as Edward's BerserkButton.
* In ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' the agents greet a man with a quadruped robot by his side who they assume is the CEO of the company they're visiting. The man responds "No, I'm just an android" and it turns out that the robot is the CEO's body (since he likes the look).
* Happens constantly in ''Manga/ShinaDark''. Satan is an affable, likeable kind of guy, while people tremble in fear before his butler. His butler wears suits and black capes, whereas Satan prefers loose T-shirts.



* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Edward Elric becomes a State Alchemist, a position of authority in the military that comes with a compulsory title. Due to his stubbornness and determined personality, Ed is given the title "Fullmetal." His younger brother Alphonse, who has lost his body in a failed alchemy experiment and has his soul bound to a large metal suit of armor, is often mistaken for him due to the nickname. That, and no-one expects a [[ImprobableAge fifteen-year-old boy]] to be a famous alchemist and soldier, nor for the suit of armor accompanying him to be [[AnimatedArmor hosting the soul of his younger brother]]. ExpectingSomeoneTaller also comes into play here in these situations, and serves as Edward's BerserkButton.
* In ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'' the agents greet a man with a quadruped robot by his side who they assume is the CEO of the company they're visiting. The man responds "No, I'm just an android" and it turns out that the robot is the CEO's body (since he likes the look).
* Happens constantly in ''Manga/ShinaDark''. Satan is an affable, likeable kind of guy, while people tremble in fear before his butler. His butler wears suits and black capes, whereas Satan prefers loose T-shirts.



* Played with in the ''Series/AbsolutePower'' episode "Spinning America", in which Charles is greeted at the American embassy by a young black woman, and tells her how impressed he is; he was expecting the American Ambassador to be an overweight middle-aged white guy. He is.
* In the ''Series/{{Allegiance}}'' episode "Strangers in a Strange Land", the operative charged with carrying out Black Dagger intentionally [[InvokedTrope invokes]] this by driving his cut-out man around Rome. Alex assumes the cut-out man is the operative and the operative is just a chauffeur. He doesn't realize his mistake until he finds the cut-out man, who has [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness Outlived His Usefulness]].
* On ''Series/TheAndyGriffithShow'', strangers have assumed that Barney was the sheriff on more than one occasion, because Barney always wears his tie, cap, and sidearm, whereas Andy prefers to dress (and behave) more casually and never wears a gun.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. In "Through The Looking Glass" Cordelia becomes princess of the demon planet Pylea, but is told she must [[UnusualEuphemism com-shuck]] with the Groosalugg, recently summoned from the [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace scum pits of Ur]]. After an abortive escape attempt she resigns herself to mating with the hideous HornedHumanoid who slouches into her throne room with a sack over his shoulder, only for the real Groosalugg -- a handsome blue-eyed hero -- to stride inside and tell the demon to just leave his stuff anywhere.
* ''Series/BlakesSeven'' had a similar version, with the supposed SexSlave of the man the heroes captured being the ProfessionalKiller they were seeking.
* There's a ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' where Rebecca marches into her new boss's office and takes an older gentleman for the boss. Turns out that's his assistant, and her new boss is the many-years-her-junior executive who hit on her in the elevator on the way up.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Happens in the story "Robot", where Sarah Jane, despite being a self-professed feminist, doesn't recognize a female director as the person in charge.
** In "Utopia", Professor Yana comes upon the trio (the Doctor, Martha and Jack). He knows the Doctor is male, but that's it, so for a brief moment, he stands between Jack and the Doctor, trying to decide which one is the Doctor until he gives up and simply asks Jack. The Doctor immediately corrects him, prompting an over-excited Yana to grab him and drag him away, much to the Doctor's amusement.



* On ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', Niles goes to see Maris's plastic surgeon, Mel Karnovsky. The man he thinks is the doctor turns out to be the assistant, and Mel is a young woman.
* Done in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' when the family meet Janice's new fiancee. A rather handsome black guy comes in and the family instantly take a liking to him. He followed by a white man who they assume to be the taxi driver bringing in his luggage. Janice comes into the room and goes...over to the white man kissing him much to the family's shock. The black guy was the taxi driver.



* On ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' when Vincent Price guess starred, there was a skit in which Fozzie and Gonzo stop at a castle and are greeted by Price, who lives there with his lovely assistant and a hideous beast. A hideous looking character (Uncle Deadly) appears and Fozzie assumes he's the beast. "Watch it! ''I'm'' the lovely assistant."
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** Happens in the story "Robot", where Sarah Jane, despite being a self-professed feminist, doesn't recognize a female director as the person in charge.
** In "Utopia", Professor Yana comes upon the trio (the Doctor, Martha and Jack). He knows the Doctor is male, but that's it, so for a brief moment, he stands between Jack and the Doctor, trying to decide which one is the Doctor until he gives up and simply asks Jack. The Doctor immediately corrects him, prompting an over-excited Yana to grab him and drag him away, much to the Doctor's amusement.



* There's a ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' where Rebecca marches into her new boss's office and takes an older gentleman for the boss. Turns out that's his assistant, and her new boss is the many-years-her-junior executive who hit on her in the elevator on the way up.
* On ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', Niles goes to see Maris's plastic surgeon, Mel Karnovsky. The man he thinks is the doctor turns out to be the assistant, and Mel is a young woman.

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* There's a ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' where Rebecca marches into her new boss's office and takes an older gentleman On ''Series/HomeImprovement'', Tim is usually mistaken for the boss. Turns out that's his assistant, and her new boss Comedy Relief BumblingSidekick to Al. This is because Tim is remarkably accident prone, whereas Al is the many-years-her-junior executive who hit on her in the elevator on the way up.
model of careful professionalism. In fact, most viewers think that Tim's accidents are AllPartOfTheShow. The misunderstanding is common enough that Tim's declarations of "Al is my assistant. ''He'' assists ''me''," is practically a CatchPhrase.
* On ''Series/{{Frasier}}'', Niles goes ''Series/JudgingAmy'', as a woman comes into Amy's office, looking for her, she introduces herself to see Maris's plastic surgeon, Mel Karnovsky. The man he thinks is her law clerk. They all have a good laugh once the doctor turns out to be mistake is corrected, and the assistant, woman sheepishly admits, "It was either look like a racist (by assuming--correctly, ironically--that the white woman was the judge rather than the African-American law clerk), or look like a sexist, and Mel is I figured looking like a young woman.racist was worse."



* In ''Series/TheWestWing'', a badly hungover Josh had trouble telling Joey Lucas (Marlee Matlin) - who he expected to be a man - from her assistant Kenny. Josh gets a bit of slack, not just because he was hungover, but also because Kenny was doing all the talking, including the introduction "I'm Joey Lucas!". (Joey, it happens, is deaf, and Kenny was interpreting her sign language.)
* Played with in the ''Series/AbsolutePower'' episode "Spinning America", in which Charles is greeted at the American embassy by a young black woman, and tells her how impressed he is; he was expecting the American Ambassador to be an overweight middle-aged white guy. He is.

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* In ''Series/TheWestWing'', On ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' when Vincent Price guess starred, there was a badly hungover Josh had trouble telling Joey Lucas (Marlee Matlin) - skit in which Fozzie and Gonzo stop at a castle and are greeted by Price, who he expected to be a man - from her lives there with his lovely assistant Kenny. Josh gets and a bit of slack, not just because he was hungover, but also because Kenny was doing all hideous beast. A hideous looking character (Uncle Deadly) appears and Fozzie assumes he's the talking, including beast. "Watch it! ''I'm'' the introduction "I'm Joey Lucas!". (Joey, it happens, is deaf, and Kenny was interpreting her sign language.)
* Played with in the ''Series/AbsolutePower'' episode "Spinning America", in which Charles is greeted at the American embassy by a young black woman, and tells her how impressed he is; he was expecting the American Ambassador to be an overweight middle-aged white guy. He is.
lovely assistant."



* Done in ''Series/TheFreshPrinceOfBelAir'' when the family meet Janice's new fiancee. A rather handsome black guy comes in and the family instantly take a liking to him. He followed by a white man who they assume to be the taxi driver bringing in his luggage. Janice comes into the room and goes...over to the white man kissing him much to the family's shock. The black guy was the taxi driver.
* On ''Series/HomeImprovement'', Tim is usually mistaken for the Comedy Relief BumblingSidekick to Al. This is because Tim is remarkably accident prone, whereas Al is the model of careful professionalism. In fact, most viewers think that Tim's accidents are AllPartOfTheShow. The misunderstanding is common enough that Tim's declarations of "Al is my assistant. ''He'' assists ''me''," is practically a CatchPhrase.



* On ''Series/TheAndyGriffithShow'', strangers have assumed that Barney was the sheriff on more than one occasion, because Barney always wears his tie, cap, and sidearm, whereas Andy prefers to dress (and behave) more casually and never wears a gun.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''. In "Through The Looking Glass" Cordelia becomes princess of the demon planet Pylea, but is told she must [[UnusualEuphemism com-shuck]] with the Groosalugg, recently summoned from the [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace scum pits of Ur]]. After an abortive escape attempt she resigns herself to mating with the hideous HornedHumanoid who slouches into her throne room with a sack over his shoulder, only for the real Groosalugg -- a handsome blue-eyed hero -- to stride inside and tell the demon to just leave his stuff anywhere.
* On ''Series/JudgingAmy'', as a woman comes into Amy's office, looking for her, she introduces herself to her law clerk. They all have a good laugh once the mistake is corrected, and the woman sheepishly admits, "It was either look like a racist (by assuming--correctly, ironically--that the white woman was the judge rather than the African-American law clerk), or look like a sexist, and I figured looking like a racist was worse."
* In the ''Series/{{Allegiance}}'' episode "Strangers in a Strange Land", the operative charged with carrying out Black Dagger intentionally [[InvokedTrope invokes]] this by driving his cut-out man around Rome. Alex assumes the cut-out man is the operative and the operative is just a chauffeur. He doesn't realize his mistake until he finds the cut-out man, who has [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness Outlived His Usefulness]].
* ''Series/BlakesSeven'' had a similar version, with the supposed SexSlave of the man the heroes captured being the ProfessionalKiller they were seeking.



* In ''Series/TheWestWing'', a badly hungover Josh had trouble telling Joey Lucas (Marlee Matlin) - who he expected to be a man - from her assistant Kenny. Josh gets a bit of slack, not just because he was hungover, but also because Kenny was doing all the talking, including the introduction "I'm Joey Lucas!". (Joey, it happens, is deaf, and Kenny was interpreting her sign language.)



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', but subverted in that their assessment is rather spot on in regards to Kif and Zapp's respectively competence levels.
-->'''Leela:''' You know, this might actually work. The Omicronians seem to have trouble telling one person from another.\\
'''Zapp Brannigan:''' True. At the negotiations, they thought Kif here was the statesman and I was a jabbering mental patient.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsons'': One episode features a company named Contempo Computers. Spacely and his rival Cosgwell want to do business with that company and all they know about their CEO is that he's a young and innovative man. At the company's headquarters, they meet a young man and a boy. The boy is the [[GradeSchoolCEO CEO of Contempo Computers]].



* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/MaryShelleysFrankenhole'', in a decidedly more racist example, does something similar when Thomas Jefferson (who wants the doctor to give him a... [[BiggusDickus certain operation]]) goes looking for a suitable black man. He seems to think the name is important and wants a very African-sounding black man. The man Frankenstein suggests is Barack Obama. Jefferson says he's perfect based on his name alone ("That one probably can't even speak English!"), and doesn't listen when Victor tries to explain who he is. When they get to the White House and Victor introduces the 44th president, Jefferson immediately shakes the hand of Obama's white bodyguard. He had moments before confused the real president with "the poop slave", saying he's out of a job thanks to the flush toilets.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', but subverted in that their assessment is rather spot on in regards to Kif and Zapp's respectively competence levels.
-->'''Leela:''' You know, this might actually work. The Omicronians seem to have trouble telling one person from another.\\
'''Zapp Brannigan:''' True. At the negotiations, they thought Kif here was the statesman and I was a jabbering mental patient.
* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/MaryShelleysFrankenhole'', in a decidedly more racist example, does something similar when Thomas Jefferson (who wants the doctor to give him a... [[BiggusDickus certain operation]]) goes looking for a suitable black man. He seems to think the name is important and wants a very African-sounding black man. The man Frankenstein suggests is Barack Obama. Jefferson says he's perfect based on his name alone ("That one probably can't even speak English!"), and doesn't listen when Victor tries to explain who he is. When they get to the White House and Victor introduces the 44th president, Jefferson immediately shakes the hand of Obama's white bodyguard. He had moments before confused the real president with "the poop slave", saying he's out of a job thanks to the flush toilets.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheJetsons'': One episode features a company named Contempo Computers. Spacely and his rival Cosgwell want to do business with that company and all they know about their CEO is that he's a young and innovative man. At the company's headquarters, they meet a young man and a boy. The boy is the [[GradeSchoolCEO CEO of Contempo Computers]].
21st Mar '17 9:22:14 PM Abodos
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', the elderly Impa tasks Link with visiting the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab to unlock further abilities for your Sheikah Slate. Upon reaching the Lab, a young girl named Purah directs you to a man named Symin in the back. But when Link show Symin the Sheikah Slate, you are quickly informed that Purah, who is Impa's sister, is the real director of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. This whole situation occurs because of Purah's embarrassment; thanks to a botched experiment, she had been [[FountainOfYouth regressed into a 6-year-old]], and she decided to pass off the average visitors to Symin so no one would know what state she was in. She only revealed herself to Link because the Sheikah Slate demonstrated that he was the [[TheChosenOne ancient Hylian Champion]]. However, you can read the diary of Paya, Impa's granddaughter, and discover that she has an "Auntie Purah," tipping you off to the ruse well beforehand.

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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', the elderly Impa tasks Link with visiting the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab to unlock further abilities for your Sheikah Slate. Upon reaching the Lab, a young girl named Purah directs you to a man named Symin in the back. But when Link show Symin the Sheikah Slate, you are quickly informed that Purah, who is Impa's sister, is the real director of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. This whole situation occurs because of Purah's embarrassment; thanks to a botched experiment, she had been [[FountainOfYouth regressed into a 6-year-old]], and she decided to pass off the average visitors to Symin so no one would know what state she was in. She only revealed herself to Link because the Sheikah Slate demonstrated that he was the [[TheChosenOne ancient Hylian Champion]]. However, you can read the diary of Paya, Impa's granddaughter, and discover that she has an "Auntie Purah," tipping you off to the ruse well beforehand.
21st Mar '17 9:21:21 PM Abodos
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', the elderly Impa tasks Link with visiting the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab to unlock further abilities for your Sheikah Slate. Upon reaching the Lab, a young girl named Purah directs you to a man named Symin in the back. But when Link show Symin the Sheikah Slate, you are quickly informed that Purah, who is Impa's sister, is the real director of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. This whole situation occurs because of Purah's embarrassment; thanks to a botched experiment, she had been [[FountainOfYouth regressed into a 6-year-old]], and she decided to pass off the average visitors to Symin so no one would know what state she was in. She only revealed herself to Link because the Sheikah Slate demonstrated that he was the [[TheChosenOne ancient Hylian Champion]].

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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', the elderly Impa tasks Link with visiting the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab to unlock further abilities for your Sheikah Slate. Upon reaching the Lab, a young girl named Purah directs you to a man named Symin in the back. But when Link show Symin the Sheikah Slate, you are quickly informed that Purah, who is Impa's sister, is the real director of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. This whole situation occurs because of Purah's embarrassment; thanks to a botched experiment, she had been [[FountainOfYouth regressed into a 6-year-old]], and she decided to pass off the average visitors to Symin so no one would know what state she was in. She only revealed herself to Link because the Sheikah Slate demonstrated that he was the [[TheChosenOne ancient Hylian Champion]]. However, you can read the diary of Paya, Impa's granddaughter, and discover that she has an "Auntie Purah," tipping you off to the ruse well beforehand.
21st Mar '17 7:23:36 PM Abodos
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* In ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', the elderly Impa tasks Link with visiting the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab to unlock further abilities for your Sheikah Slate. Upon reaching the Lab, a young girl named Purah directs you to a man named Symin in the back. But when Link show Symin the Sheikah Slate, you are quickly informed that Purah, who is Impa's sister, is the real director of the Hateno Ancient Tech Lab. This whole situation occurs because of Purah's embarrassment; thanks to a botched experiment, she had been [[FountainOfYouth regressed into a 6-year-old]], and she decided to pass off the average visitors to Symin so no one would know what state she was in. She only revealed herself to Link because the Sheikah Slate demonstrated that he was the [[TheChosenOne ancient Hylian Champion]].



* Subverted in ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'' in the 'Anarchist Future' setting. The fox-guy is meeting his new boss, a big-name diplomat, and his bodyguard. The people who enters are a short, sharp-looking kangaroo, and a huge, hulking bulldog. He greets the bulldog with a handshake, and has it returned with delight - the diplomat states that "You're the first one who hasn't tried to shake hands with my bodyguard!"

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* Subverted in ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'' in the 'Anarchist Future' setting. The fox-guy is meeting his new boss, a big-name diplomat, and his bodyguard. The people who enters enter are a short, sharp-looking kangaroo, and a huge, hulking bulldog. He greets the bulldog with a handshake, and has it returned with delight - the diplomat states that "You're the first one who hasn't tried to shake hands with my bodyguard!"
12th Feb '17 2:27:30 PM Tractical_Chunder
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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Edward is the State Alchemist, with the nickname of Fullmetal Alchemist due to his prosthetic arm and leg. His little brother Alphonse, who has lost his body in a failed alchemy experiment and has his soul bound to a large metal suit of armor, is often mistaken for him due to the nickname.

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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'', Edward is the Elric becomes a State Alchemist, a position of authority in the military that comes with the nickname of Fullmetal Alchemist due a compulsory title. Due to his prosthetic arm stubbornness and leg. determined personality, Ed is given the title "Fullmetal." His little younger brother Alphonse, who has lost his body in a failed alchemy experiment and has his soul bound to a large metal suit of armor, is often mistaken for him due to the nickname.
28th Jan '17 5:10:45 PM TonyG
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* On ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' when Vincent Price guess starred, there was a skit in which Fozzie and Gonzo stop at a castle and are greeted by Price, who lives there with his lovely assistant and a hideous beast. A hideous looking character appears and Fozzie assumes he's the beast. "Watch it! ''I'm'' the lovely assistant."

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* On ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' when Vincent Price guess starred, there was a skit in which Fozzie and Gonzo stop at a castle and are greeted by Price, who lives there with his lovely assistant and a hideous beast. A hideous looking character (Uncle Deadly) appears and Fozzie assumes he's the beast. "Watch it! ''I'm'' the lovely assistant."
25th Jan '17 12:50:30 PM StFan
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->'''Slevin''': I'm sorry. Who are you?\\
'''The Boss''': I'm The Boss.\\
'''Slevin''': I thought ''he'' was The Boss.\\
'''The Boss''': Why? ''Do we look alike?''

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->'''Slevin''': ->'''Slevin:''' I'm sorry. Who are you?\\
'''The Boss''': Boss:''' I'm The Boss.\\
'''Slevin''': '''Slevin:''' I thought ''he'' was The Boss.\\
'''The Boss''': Boss:''' Why? ''Do we look alike?''






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* In the manwha ''DemonDiary'', Eclipse (Raenef's mentor) is mistaken for the local demon lord, at which point, and with much exasperation, he introduces Raenef as the real demon lord. Received a LampshadeHanging by two "hostages" that it was an official record that no has guessed Raenef correctly.

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* In the manwha ''DemonDiary'', ''Manhwa/DemonDiary'', Eclipse (Raenef's mentor) is mistaken for the local demon lord, at which point, and with much exasperation, he introduces Raenef as the real demon lord. Received a LampshadeHanging by two "hostages" that it was an official record that no has guessed Raenef correctly.



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* In ''ComicBook/{{Camelot 3000}}'', Tom interrupts a wedding to awaken the memories of the reborn Sir Tristan. He assumes, and insists, that the knight is the burly and belligerent groom, but it turns out [[spoiler: the sweet ''bride'' is the real Tristan (who stops being feminine right away after being awakened).]]

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Camelot 3000}}'', ''ComicBook/Camelot3000'', Tom interrupts a wedding to awaken the memories of the reborn Sir Tristan. He assumes, and insists, that the knight is the burly and belligerent groom, but it turns out [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the sweet ''bride'' is the real Tristan (who stops being feminine right away after being awakened).]]



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--> '''J:''' Now that's the worst disguise ever. That guy's gotta be an alien.
--> '''Frank the Pug:''' You don't like it, you can kiss my furry little butt!

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--> '''J:''' -->'''J:''' Now that's the worst disguise ever. That guy's gotta be an alien.
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alien.\\
'''Frank the Pug:''' You don't like it, you can kiss my furry little butt!



-->'''Senator:''' Why do I feel like I'm being kept out of the loop?
-->'''General:''' (sarcastically) What do I know? I'm only boy for carrying luggage bags!

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-->'''Senator:''' Why do I feel like I'm being kept out of the loop?
-->'''General:'''
loop?\\
'''General:'''
(sarcastically) What do I know? I'm only boy for carrying luggage bags!



--> Harry: "You can't be bringing a child into this."
--> Kincaid: "Sure I can."
--> Harry: "What, couldn't you find a babysitter?"

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--> Harry: "You -->'''Harry:''' You can't be bringing a child into this."
--> Kincaid: "Sure
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'''Kincaid:''' Sure
I can."
--> Harry: "What,
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'''Harry:''' What,
couldn't you find a babysitter?"babysitter?



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-->'''Leela:''' You know, this might actually work. The Omicronians seem to have trouble telling one person from another.
-->'''Zapp Brannigan:''' True. At the negotiations, they thought Kif here was the statesman and I was a jabbering mental patient.

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-->'''Leela:''' You know, this might actually work. The Omicronians seem to have trouble telling one person from another.
-->'''Zapp
another.\\
'''Zapp
Brannigan:''' True. At the negotiations, they thought Kif here was the statesman and I was a jabbering mental patient.
17th Jan '17 6:36:18 PM Thorion
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* ''FanFic/TheEvabonSaga'': A variation, if not a very amusing one. The kittens at first assume a four-legged beast called a Tolac is Gard. As it turns out, it is not Gard but rather his pet tolac Calaban.
11th Jan '17 9:32:27 PM LinTaylor
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** In ''Anime/DragonballSuper'', when Future Trunks is told that he's in the presence of a god, he immediately bows to Whis. Whis somewhat awkwardly points in Beerus's direction: between the two of them, Beerus is the actual deity (Whis has denied deific status whenever asked about it).

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** In ''Anime/DragonballSuper'', when ''Anime/DragonBallSuper'', Future Trunks meets Beerus and Whis and is told that he's in the presence of a god, he the God of Destruction. Trunks immediately bows to Whis. Whis somewhat Whis...who awkwardly points in Beerus's direction: between explains that he's just the two of them, assistant and Beerus is the actual deity (Whis has denied deific status whenever asked about it).God. Needless to say, between this and the fact that time travel is regarded as a major sin by the gods, Beerus starts off with a pretty poor impression of Trunks.
6th Jan '17 1:49:37 PM ZimFan89
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* ''FanFic/AndTheGiantAwoke'': After the First Battle of Kasta, General Presteri is brought to Tyrion... and assumes Tyrion's Braavosi bodyguard Ranulf is "The Giant", dismissing "the dwarf sitting in the corner". Oops.
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