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21st May '16 1:59:35 AM mariic
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** Speaking of ''[[Film/CaptainAmericaTheWinterSoldier Winter Soldier]]'', one scene early on featured list of things Cap wanted to view. [[BrickJoke Later on,]] Natasha makes a Film/WarGames reference, and Cap responds that he [[Film/TheAvengers2012 understood that reference.]]
16th May '16 12:45:53 PM Mouren
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* [[{{Meme}} Leekspin]] showed up in the ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' card game.

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* [[{{Meme}} Leekspin]] Leekspin showed up in the ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' card game.
15th May '16 8:09:27 AM EricNeoMatrix
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* ''VideoGame/Doom2016'' contains an achievement named "Shoot It Until It Dies," a reference to the [[http://doomwiki.org/wiki/Protip_meme protip meme]] created by an administrator of the Doomworld Forums.
** The first level is called "[[ComicBook/{{Doom}} Rip And Tear]]" and the same words appear in the opening text.

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* ''VideoGame/Doom2016'' contains an achievement named "Shoot It Until It Dies," Dies" for [[spoiler: killing the Cyberdemon]], a reference to the [[http://doomwiki.org/wiki/Protip_meme protip meme]] created by an administrator of the Doomworld Forums.
** The first level is called "[[ComicBook/{{Doom}} Rip And Tear]]" and the same words actually appear in the opening text.monologue.
** Just like John Stalvern in ''DOOM: Repercussions of Evil'', the Doom Marine has become demonically terrifying to the demons themselves, and has been exposed to so much demonic power that he has indeed "become the demons".
14th May '16 12:35:48 PM Psyclone
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** The first level is called "[[ComicBook/{{Doom}} Rip And Tear]]" and the same words appear in the opening text.
13th May '16 3:32:49 PM chungy
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* ''VideoGame/Doom'' contains a cheat code of IDSPISPOPD -- a reference to a joke on Usenet before the game's release, that the next game should have a ridiculous title to avoid the capability for people to get hyped up over it. A suggestion was made for [[http://doomwiki.org/wiki/SPISPOPD Smashing Pumpkins Into Small Piles of Putrid Debris]].

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* ''VideoGame/Doom'' ''{{VideoGame/Doom}}'' contains a cheat code of IDSPISPOPD -- a reference to a joke on Usenet before the game's release, that the next game should have a ridiculous title to avoid the capability for people to get hyped up over it. A suggestion was made for [[http://doomwiki.org/wiki/SPISPOPD Smashing Pumpkins Into Small Piles of Putrid Debris]].
13th May '16 3:30:49 PM chungy
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* ''VideoGame/Doom'' contains a cheat code of IDSPISPOPD -- a reference to a joke on Usenet before the game's release, that the next game should have a ridiculous title to avoid the capability for people to get hyped up over it. A suggestion was made for [[http://doomwiki.org/wiki/SPISPOPD Smashing Pumpkins Into Small Piles of Putrid Debris]].
* ''VideoGame/Doom2016'' contains an achievement named "Shoot It Until It Dies," a reference to the [[http://doomwiki.org/wiki/Protip_meme protip meme]] created by an administrator of the Doomworld Forums.
13th May '16 3:35:16 AM Morgenthaler
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** And again on the ascended mondegreen meme (although inintentional), {{Clutch}}'s The Regulator has a its opening line "I see a lantern burning" oft-misheard by fans as "I see Atlanta burning." To the point that one of the reasons ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' producers (the show it based in Atlanta) used it as a credits closing song in an episode was THEY heard it wrong, too.

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** And again on the ascended mondegreen meme (although inintentional), {{Clutch}}'s Music/{{Clutch}}'s The Regulator has a its opening line "I see a lantern burning" oft-misheard by fans as "I see Atlanta burning." To the point that one of the reasons ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' producers (the show it based in Atlanta) used it as a credits closing song in an episode was THEY heard it wrong, too.
10th May '16 3:07:43 AM rjd1922
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* Originally in the BonusRound on ''WheelOfFortune'', a contestant would have to pick five consonants and a vowel to assist in solving the bonus puzzle within a time limit. By the late 1980s, almost every contestant was picking R, S, T, L, N and E in that order, because those letters are the most common. The rules were finally changed in October 1988 to give those letters automatically in that order and then ask for three more consonants and a vowel (but also making the puzzles harder and slashing the time limit).

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* Originally in the BonusRound on ''WheelOfFortune'', ''Series/WheelOfFortune'', a contestant would have to pick five consonants and a vowel to assist in solving the bonus puzzle within a time limit. By the late 1980s, almost every contestant was picking R, S, T, L, N and E in that order, because those letters are the most common. The rules were finally changed in October 1988 to give those letters automatically in that order and then ask for three more consonants and a vowel (but also making the puzzles harder and slashing the time limit).



* The Tails Doll from the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' fandom seems to be shaping into this. Originally a one-shot playable villain, the fans turned him into the subject of countless {{Creepypasta}}s. The devs then released a rather... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXsGsALkOeU dark remix of Tails Doll's theme song]], and the Archie Comics series ended up turning Tails Doll into a bonafide ''EldritchAbomination''.

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* The Tails Doll from the ''SonicTheHedgehog'' ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' fandom seems to be shaping into this. Originally a one-shot playable villain, villain in ''VideoGame/SonicR'', the fans turned him into the subject of countless {{Creepypasta}}s. The devs then released a rather... [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXsGsALkOeU dark remix of Tails Doll's theme song]], and the Archie Comics series ended up turning Tails Doll into a bonafide ''EldritchAbomination''.bona fide EldritchAbomination.
10th May '16 3:02:50 AM DarkHunter
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'': Fans have long joked that it would be an utter nightmare, even by the [[NintendoHard standards of this game series]], to have to fight [[MemeticBadass Iron Knight Tarkus]]. Come ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'' and there's Knight Slayer Tsorig, a hostile character wearing all of Tarkus's armor and his shield, and wielding one of the most powerful weapons in the game. At least it's an optional encounter.
9th May '16 10:51:40 AM TheJunesHero
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* {{WebVideo/Extra Credits}} has one of these in one of its offshoot series, Extra History. During their series on the South Sea Bubble in 1700s England, a member of the Whigs, Sir Robert Walpole was constantly manipulating every event of the aftermath of the bubble bursting--mainly involving a ledger of bribes made by the South Sea Company, which would have led to the Whig Party's leaders almost certainly being imprisoned. His manipulation happened so much that Daniel eventually [[{{SarcasmMode}} wonders aloud]], "Who knows where (Robert Knight's ledger) went...it was Walpole." In every series since, Walpole has either made a cameo appearance, and James [[note]] The show's writer [[/note]] links Walpole to whatever topic they are discussing, like the Sengoku Jidai, the tales of Admiral Yi, or the reign of Justinian. It's now to the point where, during their Early Christian Schisms series, they end the second video by asking the viewer to "Take a wild guess how it (the Council of Nicea) ends." Cue a person at a computer screaming "It was Walpole!"

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* {{WebVideo/Extra Credits}} has one of these a few in one of its offshoot series, Extra History. During The most famous one, however, stems from their series on the South Sea Bubble in 1700s England, England. In it, a member of the Whigs, Sir Robert Walpole Walpole, was constantly manipulating virtually every event of the aftermath of the bubble bursting--mainly involving a ledger of bribes made by the South Sea Company, which would have led to the Whig Party's leaders almost certainly being imprisoned.imprisoned, to ensure he could become the leader of the government. His manipulation happened so much that Daniel eventually [[{{SarcasmMode}} wonders aloud]], "Who knows where (Robert Knight's ledger) went...it was Walpole." In every most series since, Walpole has either made a cameo appearance, and or James [[note]] The show's writer [[/note]] links will link Walpole to whatever topic they are discussing, like the Sengoku Jidai, First Crusade, the tales of Admiral Yi, or the reign of Justinian. It's now to the point where, during their Early Christian Schisms series, they end the second video by asking the viewer to "Take a wild guess how it (the Council of Nicea) ends." Cue a person at a computer screaming saying "It was Walpole!"Walpole..."
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