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14th May '16 7:33:19 AM Doug86
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* Used in recent ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' comics, providing a brief, usually humorous bio of any character who shows up, including these two, which popped up during a FastballSpecial.

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* Used in recent ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'' ''ComicBook/XMen'' comics, providing a brief, usually humorous bio of any character who shows up, including these two, which popped up during a FastballSpecial.
8th Mar '16 12:29:52 PM rcmerod52
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* In "Wackiki Wabbit," WesternAnimation/BugsBunny poses as an island native for the benefit of two castaways. He utters a lengthy sentence in native gibberish and the caption simply reads "What's up, doc?" He utters four syllables in the same tongue and the caption reads "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party."

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* In "Wackiki Wabbit," WesternAnimation/BugsBunny poses as an island native for the benefit of two castaways. He utters a lengthy sentence in native gibberish and the caption [[TranslationYes simply reads reads]] "What's up, doc?" doc?". He utters four syllables in the same tongue and the caption reads "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party."
18th Oct '15 9:12:44 AM Monolaf317
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* And in ''Manga/SuperGals''.
28th Jul '15 9:52:34 AM Cicabe
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* {{WebVideo/RockedReviews}} indulges in this. Much of the comic relief of the show comes from speech bubbles that add jokes or witty insight into a band or event he's talking about, or just add humor to whatever picture's being shown.
30th Jun '15 4:18:13 AM rcmerod52
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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/LetsPlay/Kurtjmac KurtJMac]] would often use the affectionately-dubbed 'snarky yellow text' to make fun of himself in early Far Lands or Bust episodes. It would also supply additional information, such as when a word was on the tip of his tongue and he couldn't quite remember it.

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* [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/LetsPlay/Kurtjmac KurtJMac]] {{LetsPlay/KurtJMac}} would often use the affectionately-dubbed 'snarky yellow text' to make fun of himself in early Far Lands or Bust episodes. It would also supply additional information, such as when a word was on the tip of his tongue and he couldn't quite remember it.it.
* {{LetsPlay/Chuggaaconroy}} usually uses captions when he catches a contradiction to his commentary in post-processing (sometimes to humorous effect). This extends to videos on LetsPlay/TheRunawayGuys, since Chugga also edits those videos (which is PlayedForLaughs by LetsPlay/ProtonJon a couple of times).
* Wiki/TFWikiDotNet is welcome on these on images on their articles, as a way to avoid DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment. However, it does have a set of rules as to what is or isn't appropriate.
28th Apr '15 11:08:00 AM nombretomado
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* In "Wackiki Wabbit," BugsBunny poses as an island native for the benefit of two castaways. He utters a lengthy sentence in native gibberish and the caption simply reads "What's up, doc?" He utters four syllables in the same tongue and the caption reads "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party."

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* In "Wackiki Wabbit," BugsBunny WesternAnimation/BugsBunny poses as an island native for the benefit of two castaways. He utters a lengthy sentence in native gibberish and the caption simply reads "What's up, doc?" He utters four syllables in the same tongue and the caption reads "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party."
10th Feb '15 2:50:10 PM Ccook1956
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* In "Wackiki Wabbit," BugsBunny poses as an island native for the benefit of two castaways. He utters a lengthy sentence in native gibberish and the caption simply reads "What's up, doc?" He utters four syllables in the same tongue and the caption reads "Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their party."
4th Jan '15 6:04:16 AM Ozimul
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* LetsPlay/kurtJmac would often use the affectionately-dubbed 'snarky yellow text' to make fun of himself in early Far Lands or Bust episodes. It would also supply additional information, such as when a word was on the tip of his tongue and he couldn't quite remember it.

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* LetsPlay/kurtJmac [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/LetsPlay/Kurtjmac KurtJMac]] would often use the affectionately-dubbed 'snarky yellow text' to make fun of himself in early Far Lands or Bust episodes. It would also supply additional information, such as when a word was on the tip of his tongue and he couldn't quite remember it.
4th Jan '15 6:02:37 AM Ozimul
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* LetsPlay/kurtJmac would often use the affectionately-dubbed 'snarky yellow text' to make fun of himself in early Far Lands or Bust episodes. It would also supply additional information, such as when a word was on the tip of his tongue and he couldn't quite remember it.
3rd Jan '15 2:06:01 PM captainmarkle
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* ''Series/TheRevolutionWillBeTelevised'' has a recurring segment called "Honest Subtitles", in which various politicians have their speeches replayed, only stripped of their flowery speech to reflect their (possible) true meaning.
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