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3rd Mar '17 4:35:10 PM Murgatroyd314
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** The Vino Sano Grape Brick (for making grape juice, honest!) simply provided instructions on what you needed to do to prevent fermentation.
26th Jan '17 8:13:15 AM Wyldchyld
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** After Buffy and Faith undergo a FreakyFridayFlip in the fourth season, the latter assumes this to be Buffy's catchphrase (that and "you can't do that") and uses it extensively in rehearsing for her new "role". Later she taunts vampire Spike with a FetishFuel description of what a hot chick with SuperStrength could do to him, then finishes with a smirk: "But that would be ''wrong...''"

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** After Buffy and Faith undergo a FreakyFridayFlip in the fourth season, the latter assumes this to be Buffy's catchphrase (that and "you can't do that") and uses it extensively in rehearsing for her new "role". Later she taunts vampire Spike with a FetishFuel fanservice description of what a hot chick with SuperStrength could do to him, then finishes with a smirk: "But that would be ''wrong...''"
28th Dec '16 6:21:54 AM Jeduthun
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Not to be confused with AndThatsTerrible. Compare CouldSayItBut, ShuttingUpNow, or JustJokingJustification.

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Not to be confused with AndThatsTerrible. Compare CouldSayItBut, ShuttingUpNow, or JustJokingJustification. See also DoNotDoThisCoolThing.
17th Nov '16 3:38:29 AM carouselambra
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* In the Season 2 opener of ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'', Ted is trying to stop Marshall from obsessing over Lily's credit card statement (while Lily is [[spoiler:in San Francisco, having broken up with Marshall]]):
--> '''Barney:''' Plus, those charges are from, like, a month ago.\\
'''Ted:''' Exactly.\\
'''Barney:''' For new charges, you have to go to her online account. You can see credit card activity from, like, two hours ago.\\
'''Ted:''' ''[glares at Barney]''\\
'''Barney:''' But, you know... don't.
17th Nov '16 12:03:35 AM KeithM
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** Variations of the warning were to provide instructions on what ''not'' to do. So you didn't "accidentally" brew up some alcoholic booze instead of some kind of non-alcoholic and totally legal drink.
12th Nov '16 4:33:20 PM ionicgash
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Not to be confused with AndThatsTerrible. Compare CouldSayItBut, ShuttingUpNow.

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Not to be confused with AndThatsTerrible. Compare CouldSayItBut, ShuttingUpNow.ShuttingUpNow, or JustJokingJustification.
19th Dec '15 1:37:02 PM LentilSandEater
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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', when [[spoiler:Sensei Greg is forced to close his dojo]], Greg states that part of the reason is because that his training could give people random, unpredictable powers, which could easily turn into a case of BadPowersBadPeople, BadPowersGoodPeople, PowerIncontinence, etc.

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* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', when [[spoiler:Sensei Greg is forced to close his dojo]], Greg states that part of the reason is because that his training could give people random, unpredictable powers, which could easily turn into a case of BadPowersBadPeople, BadPowersGoodPeople, PowerIncontinence, etc. Unlike some other examples he's being sincere, despite the silliness of the situation.



** Note that there is no sign of it being a last-second addition or halfhearted. He is completely sincere on both points.
22nd Jul '15 6:25:05 AM Elkhound
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* It is perhaps an Urban Legend, but it is said that during Prohibition home wine & beer making kits were sold with at the end of the instructions a disclaimer: "Doing the above would constitute the manufacture of an alcoholic beverage, which is prohibited by Federal law." (But, hey, if you decide to go ahead and do it anyway, you've been warned!)
12th Jul '15 6:14:58 AM dunefish
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* On a much less serious note, some shower heads have a small easily-breakable plastic piece inside. The manual points out that removing this piece "with pliers" "accidentally" "during cleaning" would mean that the shower head is no longer "low-flow" in compliance with regulations restricting water usage, and is illegal.
15th Jun '15 2:52:34 PM eroock
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* Used almost verbatim by Creator/RogerEbert in his [[http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20111012/REVIEWS/111019994 review of the 2011 remake]] of the 1984 movie ''Film/{{Footloose}}'', complete with Wiki word capitalization.

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* Used almost verbatim by Creator/RogerEbert in his [[http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20111012/REVIEWS/111019994 [[http://www.rogerebert.com/reviews/footloose-2011 review of the 2011 remake]] of the 1984 movie ''Film/{{Footloose}}'', complete with Wiki word capitalization.
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