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1st Feb '16 7:17:51 PM TMNTFanGirl
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** [[spoiler:There's also how Merida pointed out to Elinor (while Elinor was a bear) that, as a bear, she's covered with fur, so she's not technically naked. Now skip ahead to the end of the movie, where Elinor's finally returned to her human form and she's totally naked under the tapestry that Merida had fixed.]]
19th Jan '16 10:43:58 AM GravityBone
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[[folder:Podcasts]] * Podcast/DiceFunk: Jess jokes in Episode 1 that Jayne will yell "Flaafy!" if she ever casts the spell Thunderwave. Guess what happens many, many episodes later? [[/folder]]

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16th Jan '16 9:04:31 PM MrXilla
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* ''Anime/SonicTheHedgehogTheMovie'' features a scene halfway trough the second act where Robotnik attempts to blow up Tails using 2 rockets modelled after a tortoise and hare. The hare speeds off and lands a direct hit, but the tortoise of course is incredibly slow (and Robotnik even wonders aloud why it was a failure). At the end of the film, the main characters are all reunited when Robotnik turns up again, revealing the next part of his plan to conquer the world. Naturally, the tortoise crawls up to him from off-screen and explodes!
12th Jan '16 7:16:10 PM vintagetamara
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* One variation of this joke goes: Why did the chicken cross the road? To get to your house. (If you want, tell some other jokes here). Knock knock. (Who's there?) THE CHICKEN!
1st Jan '16 4:07:50 AM SamCurt
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* Early in Chapter 29 of ''Manga/GekkanShoujoNozakiKun'', Nozaki explains to Wakamatsu the dangers of working with screentones, such as dropping a knife on one's thigh. The chapter ends with Wakamatsu dropping a knife on his thigh.
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* Early in Chapter 29 of ''Manga/GekkanShoujoNozakiKun'', ''Manga/MonthlyGirlsNozakiKun'', Nozaki explains to Wakamatsu the dangers of working with screentones, such as dropping a knife on one's thigh. The chapter ends with Wakamatsu dropping a knife on his thigh.
30th Dec '15 2:18:37 PM Delphi
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* A dark variant happens in ''Preacher''. Early on, Cassidy expresses his dislike of bacon gravy by saying "It tastes like fuckin' semen! ...[[OrSoIHeard or so I'd assume."]] Some forty-odd issues later, we learn that in the past, [[spoiler: Cassidy has indeed sucked dick for heroin.]]
25th Dec '15 8:45:51 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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[[folder:Jokes (And... THE BRICK JOKE(S)]]
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[[folder:Jokes (And... THE BRICK JOKE(S)]]JOKE(S))]]
24th Dec '15 12:44:17 PM Candhfan621
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->*throws brick in the air, the brick does not come down.*
23rd Dec '15 12:55:56 PM AgProv
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Germaine Greer's radio parody
* ''Radio/RoundTheHorne'' managed a clever two-stage joke: early in the episode, Kenneth Horne is phoned by a listener, and Horne asks him "can you give me your name?", to which the man replies "Elias Mooseblaster." Elias then asks Kenneth to give him his name. They then say goodbye, apparently literally having given each other their names. Later on, the Australian character, Judy Coolibah, makes fun of a man called "Dunnet", which sounds rather like "done it", and she remarks that men with suggestive names should have them changed. She then asks Horne what his name is. Horne then gives his name as "Elias Mooseblaster."
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* ''Radio/RoundTheHorne'' managed a clever two-stage joke: early in the episode, Kenneth Horne is phoned by a listener, and Horne asks him "can you give me your name?", to which the man replies "Elias Mooseblaster." Elias then asks Kenneth to give him his name. They then say goodbye, apparently literally having given each other their names. Later on, the Australian character, Judy Coolibah, Coolibah[[note]]Intended as a parody, or a TakeThat, of attitudinal Antipodean feminist Germaine Greer[[/note]], makes fun of a man called "Dunnet", which sounds rather like "done it", and she remarks that men with suggestive names should have them changed. She then asks Horne what his name is. Horne then gives his name as "Elias Mooseblaster."
16th Dec '15 4:42:16 PM nombretomado
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Popularized in early 20th-century NewspaperComics by ''KrazyKat''.
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Popularized in early 20th-century NewspaperComics by ''KrazyKat''.''ComicStrip/KrazyKat''.
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