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9th Jun '17 7:06:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''MonsterPulse'', this is practically the entire premise. A mysterious energy somehow "infects" people and brings a randomly-chosen body part or organ to life as a separate, autonomous being. Unlike most of the examples on this page, they don't have human-level intelligence; they can vocalize and understand orders, but are only a little bit smarter than a well-trained animal.

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* In ''MonsterPulse'', ''Webcomic/MonsterPulse'', this is practically the entire premise. A mysterious energy somehow "infects" people and brings a randomly-chosen body part or organ to life as a separate, autonomous being. Unlike most of the examples on this page, they don't have human-level intelligence; they can vocalize and understand orders, but are only a little bit smarter than a well-trained animal.
14th Apr '17 10:09:34 AM LongLiveHumour
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* In ''Webcomic/TeamFortress2 #5: Old Wounds'', Demo hallucinates that his liver, sick of his alcohol-soaked existence, is leaving him for good. It plays out like a breakup scene.
-->"Alright, heart, figure out what the liver did. Lungs, you guard my rectum. Liver ain't welcome here any more."
24th Dec '16 11:48:08 AM Xtifr
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* The internal enemies in ''BowsersInsideStory'' are things like immune cells, which attack with a body check, and neurons, which attack by way of electric shocks.

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* The internal enemies in ''BowsersInsideStory'' ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory'' are things like immune cells, which attack with a body check, and neurons, which attack by way of electric shocks.
22nd Dec '16 12:05:58 PM kablammin45
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\n* One particularly strange ''WesternAnimation/{{Gumby}}'' short (called "Gone Clayzy") showed Gumby accidentally managing to pop the signature slant on his head off after knocking it into himself after falling off a tower of blocks. Independent of the now unconscious Gumby, the slant comes to life and proceeds to torment Prickle for a while until Prickle manages to reattach it to Gumby's head. And even after that, the slant comes to life one more time to give a brief EvilLaugh, to Gumby's confusion.
20th Sep '16 12:24:49 PM RashandFierce
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* A UK advert for an itch relief cream featured a ''talking patch of skin'' that sounded like a falsetto Bill Bailey, and attempted to urge the woman in the advert to give it "just one little scratch", eventually screaming "Aaah! Not Eumavate!" when the cream was applied.
* Dr. Scholls has a wart remover commercial where the wart talks.

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* A disturbing UK advert for an itch relief cream featured a ''talking patch of skin'' that sounded like a falsetto Bill Bailey, and attempted to urge the woman in the advert to give it "just one little scratch", which the woman did, but eventually screaming "Aaah! Not Eumavate!" when the cream was applied.
* Dr. Scholls has a wart remover commercial where the wart talks. It's disturbing as it sounds...



* One ad campaign had a boy's stomach barge into his brain, interrupting whatever he happened to be thinking about, and loudly declaring "It's time for this boy to think about his hunger". This resulted in the boy's stomach grumbling (get it?) and him going and getting a pizza poicket.
* A series of ads for Summer's Eve cleanser had ''talking vaginas.''

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* One ad campaign had a boy's stomach barge into his brain, interrupting whatever he happened to be thinking about, and loudly declaring "It's time for this boy to think about his hunger". This resulted in the boy's stomach grumbling (get it?) and him going and getting a pizza poicket.
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* A series of ads for Summer's Eve cleanser had ''talking vaginas.'''' Yes, it's very disturbing.




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* Done in the cold open of an ''WesternAnimation/{{Arthur}}'' episode, where his organs wonder where his brain went.
31st Jul '16 11:48:17 AM billybobfred
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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'': Various severed body parts- including skin and hair -can be reanimated by Necromancers and clouds of gas in evil biomes.

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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'': Various severed body parts- parts -- including skin and hair -can -- can be reanimated by Necromancers and clouds of gas in evil biomes.biomes. This wasn't initially intentional, but Toady decided to ThrowItIn on the grounds that it didn't actually make any less sense than [[DemBones animated skeletons]].
5th May '16 8:03:23 PM lavendermintrose
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* "The Nose", a short story by Creator/NikolaiGogol, is about a man [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext whose nose flees and disguises itself as a human]]. It should be mentioned that the Russian name of the story, "Nos", is the Russian word for "dream" backwards.

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* "The Nose", a short story by Creator/NikolaiGogol, is about a man [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext whose nose flees and disguises itself as a human]]. It should be mentioned that the Russian name of the story, "Nos", is the Russian word for "dream" backwards.
backwards. There's an opera adaptation of it.
3rd May '16 5:32:18 PM intastiel
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' has several undead formed of animat''ed'' body parts, including the Crawling Hand and the Isitoq, an eyeball that uses its tattered optic nerve as wings.
30th Mar '16 9:44:50 AM HighCrate
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* On an episode of ''Series/ItsGarryShandlingsShow'', Garry failed the written portion of his driver's license renewal test. Upset with his brain for being so stupid, he hooks a camera up to his TV and points it into his head so he can see his brain. The screen reveals a fat guy (character actor Stuart Pankin) lying in a hammock, who berates Garry for not challenging him enough, and they make a deal with each other: Garry will stimulate his brain more, and the brain will work with him. While they have this conversation, other body parts come to visit the brain, including a short, bald man referred to as "Mr. P" (pancreas) and his larynx ([[HeyItsThatGuy Dave Coulier]]), with whom he argues.

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* On an episode of ''Series/ItsGarryShandlingsShow'', Garry failed the written portion of his driver's license renewal test. Upset with his brain for being so stupid, he hooks a camera up to his TV and points it into his head so he can see his brain. The screen reveals a fat guy (character actor Stuart Pankin) lying in a hammock, who berates Garry for not challenging him enough, and they make a deal with each other: Garry will stimulate his brain more, and the brain will work with him. While they have this conversation, other body parts come to visit the brain, including a short, bald man referred to as "Mr. P" (pancreas) and his larynx ([[HeyItsThatGuy ( Dave Coulier]]), Coulier), with whom he argues.
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