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11th Jul '16 10:33:31 AM DastardlyDemolition
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* The [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Pokémon]] Goodra is said to enjoy giving their trainer big hugs despite being covered in thick slime.
17th Jun '16 3:04:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* Almost every episode of ''WorldOfQuest'' features the Prince being covered in something. Usually three or more times.

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* Almost every episode of ''WorldOfQuest'' ''WesternAnimation/WorldOfQuest'' features the Prince being covered in something. Usually three or more times.



* ''FanboyAndChumChum'' characters are prone to this, but especially Fanboy. He has been sneezed on, covered with Frosty Freezy Freeze, gotten a PieInTheFace several times, been assaulted with eggs, had the school cafeteria food all over him and once his costume got so dirty it actually ''came to life''.

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* ''FanboyAndChumChum'' ''WesternAnimation/FanboyAndChumChum'' characters are prone to this, but especially Fanboy. He has been sneezed on, covered with Frosty Freezy Freeze, gotten a PieInTheFace several times, been assaulted with eggs, had the school cafeteria food all over him and once his costume got so dirty it actually ''came to life''.
26th May '16 9:40:14 AM 06tele
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& The music video for singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan's song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYdPtcx-4mo "Knots"]] starts with her singing cheerfully in a white dress, playing a white ukulele against a white background. Then a hand comes in and sprays paint on her dress. Then more paint gets sprayed on her. Then more. By two minutes into the song her dress is completely multi-coloured -- and then they start spraying paint in her face. Because they could only do it in one take, they couldn't stop, and she admitted that while making the video was great fun, it wasn't easy singing while completely blinded with paint.

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& * The music video for singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan's song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYdPtcx-4mo "Knots"]] starts with her singing cheerfully in a white dress, playing a white ukulele against a white background. Then a hand comes in and sprays paint on her dress. Then more paint gets sprayed on her. Then more. By two minutes into the song her dress is completely multi-coloured -- and then they start spraying paint in her face. Because they could only do it in one take, they couldn't stop, and she admitted that while making the video was great fun, it wasn't easy singing while completely blinded with paint.
26th May '16 9:39:03 AM 06tele
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& The music video for singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan's song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYdPtcx-4mo "Knots"]] starts with her singing cheerfully in a white dress, playing a white ukulele against a white background. Then a hand comes in and sprays paint on her dress. Then more paint gets sprayed on her. Then more. Because they could only do it in one take, they couldn't stop, and she admitted that while making the video was great fun, it wasn't easy singing while not able to see.

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& The music video for singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan's song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYdPtcx-4mo "Knots"]] starts with her singing cheerfully in a white dress, playing a white ukulele against a white background. Then a hand comes in and sprays paint on her dress. Then more paint gets sprayed on her. Then more. By two minutes into the song her dress is completely multi-coloured -- and then they start spraying paint in her face. Because they could only do it in one take, they couldn't stop, and she admitted that while making the video was great fun, it wasn't easy singing while not able to see.completely blinded with paint.
26th May '16 9:37:49 AM 06tele
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& The music video for singer/songwriter Lisa Hannigan's song [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nYdPtcx-4mo "Knots"]] starts with her singing cheerfully in a white dress, playing a white ukulele against a white background. Then a hand comes in and sprays paint on her dress. Then more paint gets sprayed on her. Then more. Because they could only do it in one take, they couldn't stop, and she admitted that while making the video was great fun, it wasn't easy singing while not able to see.
21st May '16 9:00:06 PM erforce
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->"He... ''slimed'' me!"
-->-- '''Peter Venkman''', ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''

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->"He... ->''"He... ''slimed'' me!"
me!"''
-->-- '''Peter Venkman''', ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''
''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}''



* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'':
** "....he ''slimed'' me."
** It happens after Stay Puft explodes... Bill Murray's character actually stays completely dry at that point -- he'd got it earlier and it was felt not fair to do it to him twice. There is the fact that he was the male lead, and would be kissing the girl soon. Not very romantic kissing a man with as much marshmallow as the other Ghostbusters had on them.
** In the sequel, after being hosed with the 'good vibrations' pink spooge, "Vy am I drippings vith goo?"

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* ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}'':
''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}'':
** ''Film/{{Ghostbusters 1984}}''
***
"....he ''slimed'' me."
** *** It happens after Stay Puft explodes... Bill Murray's character actually stays completely dry at that point -- he'd got it earlier and it was felt not fair to do it to him twice. There is the fact that he was the male lead, and would be kissing the girl soon. Not very romantic kissing a man with as much marshmallow as the other Ghostbusters had on them.
** In the sequel, ''Film/GhostbustersII'', after being hosed with the 'good vibrations' pink spooge, "Vy am I drippings vith goo?"



* In the [[VideoGame/TombRaider2013 2013 reboot]] of Franchise/TombRaider, Lara spends a ''lot'' of time covered in mud, blood (much of it her own) and general filth.

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* In the [[VideoGame/TombRaider2013 2013 reboot]] of Franchise/TombRaider, ''Franchise/TombRaider'', Lara spends a ''lot'' of time covered in mud, blood (much of it her own) and general filth.
21st May '16 5:29:01 PM nombretomado
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* In the PS3 game ''VideoGame/{{Folklore}} there are certain enemies, such as Impets, that can immobilize the player this way.

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* In the PS3 [=PS3=] game ''VideoGame/{{Folklore}} there are certain enemies, such as Impets, that can immobilize the player this way.
6th May '16 11:18:26 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''GeneratorRex'' episode "Breach", when Rex started destroying everything around him to cause Breach to create portals so that he could try to escape, all while Breach is throwing out the junk into different parts of the world, a portal appeared right over some Evo scorpions that Six and Bobo were fighting, dropping some junk and squishing the bugs. What came next was white goop (ice cream) covering both Six and Bobo. Bobo comments, "I'm not complaining."

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* In the ''GeneratorRex'' ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' episode "Breach", when Rex started destroying everything around him to cause Breach to create portals so that he could try to escape, all while Breach is throwing out the junk into different parts of the world, a portal appeared right over some Evo scorpions that Six and Bobo were fighting, dropping some junk and squishing the bugs. What came next was white goop (ice cream) covering both Six and Bobo. Bobo comments, "I'm not complaining."
11th Mar '16 5:39:17 PM FromtheWordsofBR
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[[caption-width-right:300:You'd think Franchise/IndianaJones would have seen that trap coming.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:You'd think Franchise/IndianaJones would have seen [[Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} that trap trap]] coming.]]



Britain started all this in the 1960s with ''Not Only But Also'' and the festival of anarchy that was ''Series/{{Tiswas}}''. Slightly later on, America got into it as well thanks to the Canadians with the sketch show ''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision''. In general, American game shows tended to use slime as an obstacle or even reward, while the British, with their typical mastery of villainy, treated it more as a sort of ritual punishment with various elaborate and spectacular gungings being dealt out to celebrities or the general public courtesy of Creator/TheBBC.

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Britain started all this in the 1960s with ''Not Only But Also'' and the festival of anarchy that was ''Series/{{Tiswas}}''. Slightly later on, America got into it as well thanks to the Canadians with the sketch show ''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision''.''Series/YouCantDoThatOnTelevision'', and it became a hallmark of the network Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}. In general, American game shows tended to use slime as an obstacle or even reward, while the British, with their typical mastery of villainy, treated it more as a sort of ritual punishment with various elaborate and spectacular gungings being dealt out to celebrities or the general public courtesy of Creator/TheBBC.
24th Feb '16 11:00:19 PM Lirodon
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* A recent tradition in UsefulNotes/MajorLeagueBaseball is to give a shaving(or whipped-)cream pie-in-the-face to someone who made a walk-off hit while they are being interviewed after the game.

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* The "Gatorade shower" that coaches tend to get when their team wins a game can count.
* A recent related tradition in UsefulNotes/MajorLeagueBaseball is to give a shaving(or whipped-)cream pie-in-the-face to someone who made a walk-off hit while they are being interviewed after the game.
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