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15th Feb '17 10:36:28 PM leoryff
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** Now seen here: [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-fTHr3R2MA&t=0s]]
13th Feb '17 10:58:37 PM SimmosFace
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* Creator/Rooster Teeth: Burnie tells a joke in podcast 395 post show about three guys who were trying to see who could throw bricks the highest, so they use how far the brick sinks in mud to test. First guy lands a brick one foot in the mud. The second guy three feet. The third guy throws up the brick and it doesn't come down. Burnie moves on to the next joke (to Barb and Gavin's confusion; Geoff thinks it's just an anti-joke) where a woman wants to bring a parrot with her on a plane but can only take the no smoking, no parrot airline. So she hides the parrot under he coat and pretends she's pregnant. While on the plane, the pilot comes down the aisle smoking a cigar and talks to the lady. When he sees the parrot, he gets angry and throws it out the window, saying "no parrots on the plane!" The woman takes his cigar and throws it out the plane, saying "no cigars on the plane!" So the pilot goes back to the cockpit, and while he's there, he hears a knocking and looks out to see on the window ledge is the parrot, who is holding in its mouth... "Is it the cigar?" Barb asks. Burnie replies bluntly, "No, the brick." He promptly walks off as Gavin and Geoff lose it and Barb judges him.

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* Creator/Rooster Teeth: Burnie tells a joke in podcast 395 post show about three guys who were trying to see who could throw bricks the highest, so they use how far the brick sinks in mud to test. First guy lands a brick one foot in the mud. The second guy three feet. The third guy throws up the brick and it doesn't come down. Burnie moves on to the next joke (to Barb and Gavin's confusion; Geoff Gus thinks it's just an anti-joke) where a woman wants to bring a parrot with her on a plane but can only take the no smoking, no parrot airline. So she hides the parrot under he coat and pretends she's pregnant. While on the plane, the pilot comes down the aisle smoking a cigar and talks to the lady. When he sees the parrot, he gets angry and throws it out the window, saying "no parrots on the plane!" The woman takes his cigar and throws it out the plane, saying "no cigars on the plane!" So the pilot goes back to the cockpit, and while he's there, he hears a knocking and looks out to see on the window ledge is the parrot, who is holding in its mouth... "Is it the cigar?" Barb asks. Burnie replies bluntly, "No, the brick." He promptly walks off as Gavin and Geoff Gus lose it and Barb judges him.
13th Feb '17 11:49:51 AM TenCents
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* Creator/Rooster Teeth: Burnie tells a joke in podcast 395 post show about three guys who were trying to see who could throw bricks the highest, so they use how far the brick sinks in mud to test. First guy lands a brick one foot in the mud. The second guy three feet. The third guy throws up the brick and it doesn't come down. Burnie moves on to the next joke (to Barb and Gavin's confusion; Geoff thinks it's just an anti-joke) where a woman wants to bring a parrot with her on a plane but can only take the no smoking, no parrot airline. So she hides the parrot under he coat and pretends she's pregnant. While on the plane, the pilot comes down the aisle smoking a cigar and talks to the lady. When he sees the parrot, he gets angry and throws it out the window, saying "no parrots on the plane!" The woman takes his cigar and throws it out the plane, saying "no cigars on the plane!" So the pilot goes back to the cockpit, and while he's there, he hears a knocking and looks out to see on the window ledge is the parrot, who is holding in its mouth... "Is it the cigar?" Barb asks. Burnie replies bluntly, "No, the brick." He promptly walks off as Gavin and Geoff lose it and Barb judges him.
9th Feb '17 7:10:21 PM TheBookWasBetter
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* Also in Garfield: The strip from November 8, 1992 featured a joke about Garfield getting ready for bed and being unable to get to sleep. On February 9, 2017 (Twenty five years later!) Garfield remarks "Sometimes I can't sleep...I think it was November 8, 1992"!
8th Feb '17 9:55:38 PM Gregzilla
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'' has one set up in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'', [[UpToEleven fifteen years earlier]]. [[spoiler:The Squeeze Toy Aliens are obsessed with the claw game that they are taken from, revering it as "the Claw." This gets the gang in trouble in the first film, but [[BigDamnHeroes a garbage claw saves them in the end of the third from incineration]], with the same intonation of ''"the Claaaaaaaaaaw"''.]]
5th Feb '17 11:01:12 AM DustSnitch
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* During the boating scene in ''WesternAnimation/KuboAndTheTwoStrings'', Beetle has Kubo shoot an arrow at a fish and it sinks. During the fight against one of Kubo's aunts, he returns with the fish he caught.
27th Jan '17 4:26:35 AM luiz4200
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** In "The Discount of Monty Cristo", there's a scene displaying the scoreboard as Yogis 60; Scoobys; 40; and Rottens 10. There's a note next to the Rottens' score reading "but they don't deserve it". Later, the scoreboard reads Yogis 70; Scoobys 65; and Rottens 15. The note now reads "and they '''''still''''' don't deserve it"
26th Jan '17 7:12:15 PM TargetmasterJoe
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** In issue #15, Techno clones Baron Zemo so Techno can put his mind inside the clone. Presumably disturbed by Techno's lack of boundaries Zemo decides to kill the clone. Techno jokes maybe he should clone Creator/KevinCostner instead. A couple years later Zemo is killed in his Central American hideout and a few weeks later Techno finds a gelatinous footprint but he hides it from the other Thunderbolts. The last issue of the first volume of Thunderbolts resolves the mystery of the footprint. A resurrected and seemingly reformed Zemo (now in a new body) shows Hawkeye that he has given his castle to the natives who lived nearby. Hawkeye notices that one of the natives looks just like Kevin Costner.
** In issue #3 of the Comicbook/MarvelNow Thunderbolts series, when after Deadpool finds out that General Ross/Red Hulk is using and holding captive an amnesiac and almost depowered [[spoiler:Leader]] for info and for future use behind the rest of the teams backs. Deadpool notes to Ross that if their teammate Comicbook/ThePunisher finds out, he'll put a bullet right into [[spoiler: Leader's]] forehead. Come the end of the issue, Deadpool is proven right, who happily responds with with "HA! Told you!"
* In ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'' objects Mark tosses across the world with his super-strength will occasionally crash down several issues later, with humorous results. For example, when Mark's powers first manifest in issue 1, he is throwing a bag of garbage into a dumpster; it lands in issue 6, in another country, with no explanation. And then we [[RunningGag return in issue 20]], and...
* In ''Comicbook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' #1, a toll booth operator calls Spider a hillbilly. Spider responds, "I'll be back for you, shiteyes."\\
Five years, 60 issues, a renewed career, two assistants, [[spoiler: an impeached president]] and some [[spoiler: brain damage]] later, he comes back and has the guy beaten with bricks.

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** In issue #15, Techno clones Baron Zemo so Techno can put his mind inside the clone. Presumably disturbed by Techno's lack of boundaries boundaries, Zemo decides to kill the clone. Techno jokes maybe he should clone Creator/KevinCostner instead. A couple years later later, Zemo is killed in his Central American hideout and a few weeks later later, Techno finds a gelatinous footprint footprint, but he hides it from the other Thunderbolts. The last issue of the first volume of Thunderbolts ''Thunderbolts'' resolves the mystery of the footprint. A resurrected and seemingly reformed Zemo (now in a new body) shows Hawkeye that he has given his castle to the natives who lived nearby. Hawkeye notices that one of the natives looks just like Kevin Costner.
** In issue #3 of the Comicbook/MarvelNow Thunderbolts series, when after Deadpool finds out that General Ross/Red Hulk is using and holding captive an amnesiac and almost depowered [[spoiler:Leader]] for info and for future use behind the rest of the teams backs. team's backs, Deadpool notes to Ross that if their teammate Comicbook/ThePunisher finds out, he'll put a bullet right into [[spoiler: Leader's]] forehead. Come the end of the issue, Deadpool is proven right, who and he happily responds with with a "HA! Told you!"
* In ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Invincible}}'', objects Mark tosses across the world with his super-strength will occasionally crash down several issues later, with humorous results. For example, when Mark's powers first manifest in issue 1, he is throwing a bag of garbage into a dumpster; it lands in issue 6, in another country, with no explanation. And then we [[RunningGag return in issue 20]], and...
* In ''Comicbook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'' #1, a toll booth operator calls Spider a hillbilly. Spider responds, responds with a "I'll be back for you, shiteyes."\\
" Five years, 60 issues, a renewed career, two assistants, [[spoiler: an impeached president]] and some [[spoiler: brain damage]] later, he comes back and has the guy beaten with bricks.



* During the honey harvesting in ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyMicroSeries'' Issue 3, Rarity complains about Flax Seed [[LikeIsLikeAComma using "like" every other word.]] The comic ends with ''Wheat Grass'' calling him out on it.

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* During the honey harvesting in ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyMicroSeries'' Issue 3, Rarity complains about Flax Seed [[LikeIsLikeAComma using "like" in every other word.]] The comic ends with ''Wheat Grass'' calling him out on it.
26th Jan '17 7:02:27 PM TargetmasterJoe
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* In ''Comicbook/{{Bone}}'', the reason why the Bone cousins were run out of Boneville is because Phoney's campaign balloon ran amok, among other things. This is quickly forgotten as the Bones get caught up in the conflict of the Valley, with the mysterious Hooded One seeking Phoney because of an 'omen'. Halfway through the story it is revealed what this omen is; [[spoiler: a giant balloon of Phoney with a torn banner that reads "Phonicible P. Bone Will Get You" Turns out the campaign balloon drifted across the desert into the valley. The banner used to read "Phonicble P. Bone Will Get You''r Vote''"]].

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* In ''Comicbook/{{Bone}}'', the reason why the Bone cousins were run out of Boneville is because Phoney's campaign balloon ran amok, among other things. This is quickly forgotten as the Bones get caught up in the conflict of the Valley, with the mysterious Hooded One seeking Phoney because of an 'omen'. Halfway through the story it is revealed what this omen is; [[spoiler: a giant balloon of Phoney with a torn banner that reads "Phonicible P. Bone Will Get You" You". Turns out the campaign balloon drifted across the desert into the valley. The banner used to read "Phonicble P. Bone Will Get You''r Vote''"]].



* In ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' towards the begging of the move a slug monster who was trying (emphasis on "trying") to make it to his first class on the first day of school? Well, during [[TheStinger the stinger]] after the credits, we find out that the slug finally made it to class... but it turns out it took him the entire school year for him to get there.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MonstersUniversity'' towards the begging beginning of the move move, a slug monster who was trying (emphasis on "trying") to make it to his first class on the first day of school? Well, during [[TheStinger the stinger]] after the credits, we find out that the slug finally made it to class... class...but it turns out it took him the entire school year for him to get there.
26th Jan '17 10:18:06 AM EDP
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* ''ComicBook/RatMan'' is a heavy user, with a previous joke often referenced a few issues later. A typical example is Cynthia, the transexual in love with Rat-Man, offering our hero something he assumes being [[GagPenis 30 cm long]] with Cynthia remarking it's actually a rose [[NoExceptYes that happens to be tattooed on her penis]]. At the end of the story arc, six months later publication-wise, Rat-Man and another character are about to have a horse race and Cynthia says she'll give a rose to the winner, prompting Rat-Man to shoot his horse.

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* ''ComicBook/RatMan'' is a heavy user, with a previous joke often referenced a few issues later. A typical example is Cynthia, the transexual in love with Rat-Man, offering our hero something he assumes being [[GagPenis 30 cm long]] with Cynthia remarking it's actually a rose [[NoExceptYes that rose... [[ByNoIMeanYes That happens to be tattooed on her penis]]. At the end of the story arc, six months later publication-wise, Rat-Man and another character are about to have a horse race and Cynthia says she'll give a rose to the winner, prompting Rat-Man to shoot his horse.
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