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3rd Jan '17 6:48:11 PM zarpaulus
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* ''Film/ForrestGump'' subverts this trope when the house of Jenny's abusive father is demolished.

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* ''Film/ForrestGump'' subverts this trope when he has the house of Jenny's abusive father is demolished.
18th Sep '16 10:01:03 PM WillBGood
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* One of the ''{{Film/Beethoven}}'' sequels has the family keeping the dog go on a roadtrip with the father attempting to relive his (heavily NostalgiaFilter|ed) childhood trip. Disaster ensues (criminals follow them, one of the parks was taken over by a Japanese company, the RV loses its windshield...) Towards the end the dad breaks down since the trip wasn't that great the first time either (their dog was carsick).

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* One of the ''{{Film/Beethoven}}'' sequels has the family keeping the dog go on a roadtrip with the father attempting to relive his (heavily NostalgiaFilter|ed) {{Nostalgia Filter}}ed) childhood trip. Disaster ensues (criminals follow them, one of the parks was taken over by a Japanese company, the RV loses its windshield...) Towards the end the dad breaks down since the trip wasn't that great the first time either (their dog was carsick).
31st Aug '16 11:48:21 AM Dravencour
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Not to be confused with the apostles of RuleThirtyFour.

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Not to be confused with the apostles of RuleThirtyFour.RuleThirtyFour, who tend to ruin childhood memories in an altogether different fashion.
28th Apr '16 1:57:53 PM karstovich2
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* ''Series/MadMen'' has an episode highlighting how the demolition of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennsylvania_Station_(former_building) old Penn Station]] to make way for Madison Square Garden was seen as this by many New Yorkers. Don, who's from Central Pennsylvania, and a few others who aren't from New York can't bring themselves to care as much as those who were raised in the city.

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* ''Series/MadMen'' has an episode highlighting how the demolition of [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennsylvania_Station_(former_building) old Penn Station]] to make way for Madison Square Garden was seen as this by many New Yorkers. Don, who's from Central Pennsylvania, and a few others who aren't from New York can't bring themselves to care as much as those who were raised in or near the city.
16th Apr '16 5:57:47 PM Berrenta
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* ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'': Arthur Dent's house (which may not have been the house he grew up in, but never mind...) is destroyed to make way for a motorway. Later that day, the Earth, which was definitely the planet Arthur Dent grew up on, was [[EarthShatteringKaboom destroyed]] to make way for a hyperspace express route. ItGotBetter several times, but was destroyed again each time.

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* ''Literature/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy'': Arthur Dent's house (which may not have been the house he grew up in, but never mind...) is destroyed to make way for a motorway. Later that day, the Earth, which was definitely the planet Arthur Dent grew up on, was [[EarthShatteringKaboom destroyed]] to make way for a hyperspace express route. ItGotBetter It got better several times, but was destroyed again each time.
14th Feb '16 1:48:52 PM WillKeaton
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** Subverted when Timmy [[TimeTravel goes back in time]] to acquire the deed to Dimmsdale Flats, a place his father loved as a child. When he gets back to the present, his father promptly sells it to the developers, because he realized that his childhood [[NostalgiaFilter wasn't as great as he thought it was]] (in fact, his exact words were "My childhood stank!"). The name of the company was in fact the Tearing Down Your Most Cherished Childhood Memories Construction Company.

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** Subverted when Timmy [[TimeTravel goes back in time]] to acquire the deed to Dimmsdale Flats, a place his father loved as a child. When he gets back to the present, his father promptly sells it to the developers, because he realized that his childhood [[NostalgiaFilter wasn't as great as he thought it was]] (in was.]] (In fact, his exact words were "My childhood stank!"). stank!") The name of the company was in fact the Tearing Down Your Most Cherished Childhood Memories Construction Company.
1st Feb '16 10:22:52 PM Dravencour
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Compare SavingTheOrphanage where it's more than someone's childhood memories being destroyed.

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Compare SavingTheOrphanage and CommunityThreateningConstruction where it's more than someone's childhood memories being destroyed.
19th Aug '15 8:25:03 AM kyeo
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* In ''Series/{{Cheers}}'' Cliff is devastated when he finds out his mother is about to sell his childhood home, and chains himself to a pillar to stop it. Mom Clavin was originally enticed by the money, but is so moved by Cliff's passion that she decides to fight the sale--until the pillar gives out and half the house collapses, at which point they both write it off as a dump.
8th Aug '15 12:01:35 PM ListMountain
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* ''Podcast/RandomAssault'': When Alex's mom or stepmom left the abusive boyfriend, all of the Southpark characters out of modeling clay that he worked so hard on were destroyed. (Episode 1)
27th Jul '15 6:52:01 AM TrustBen
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* Happens in Styx's 1980 album ''Paradise Theatre'' during the instrumental break on "Halfpenny, Twopenny." If you listen very carefully, you can hear the sounds of the demolition crew setting up and a few people having fond memories of the place over the bassline, the piano, and a bell tolling a death-knell. This is set up in the song "Lonely People", where a voice at the beginning says, "I tell you, Irma...I can't wait until they tear that damn old theater down."

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* Happens in Styx's Music/{{Styx}}'s 1980 album ''Paradise Theatre'' during the instrumental break on "Halfpenny, Twopenny." If you listen very carefully, you can hear the sounds of the demolition crew setting up and a few people having fond memories of the place over the bassline, the piano, and a bell tolling a death-knell. This is set up in the song "Lonely People", where a voice at the beginning says, "I tell you, Irma...I can't wait until they tear that damn old theater down."
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