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19th Jul '17 9:42:28 PM FuzzyBoots
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* In ''Film/{{Mental}}'', Nancy's house is oppresively white and clean.
13th Mar '17 5:23:01 AM Doug86
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* Most of VideoGame/TheWhiteChamber takes place on a space station that appears to have gone halfway into [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40K the Warp]], tooth-lined walls, staring eyes, and whirling blades. At the very end it reverts to normal, a pristine, white environment that's just as creepy as the previous version.

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* Most of VideoGame/TheWhiteChamber takes place on a space station that appears to have gone halfway into [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40K [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 the Warp]], tooth-lined walls, staring eyes, and whirling blades. At the very end it reverts to normal, a pristine, white environment that's just as creepy as the previous version.
16th Dec '16 9:03:42 PM Chabal2
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* Most of VideoGame/TheWhiteChamber takes place on a space station that appears to have gone halfway into [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40K the Warp]], tooth-lined walls, staring eyes, and whirling blades. At the very end it reverts to normal, a pristine, white environment that's just as creepy as the previous version.
10th Aug '16 7:18:08 AM Morgenthaler
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23rd Jan '16 9:19:57 AM nombretomado
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* In GKChesterton's ''The Ball and the Cross'', much of the inherent wrongness of the protagonists' prison cells in connected with the fact that they are kept antiseptically clean by periodic automated cleansing.
* Applies to Margaret's house in StephenKing's novel ''{{Carrie}}.''
* Used in ''FlowersForAlgernon'', where clean, stark settings are associated with the dehumanizing scientists, while Faye, the artist character who is in touch with her emotions, lives in a disorderly apartment.

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* In GKChesterton's Creator/GKChesterton's ''The Ball and the Cross'', much of the inherent wrongness of the protagonists' prison cells in connected with the fact that they are kept antiseptically clean by periodic automated cleansing.
* Applies to Margaret's house in StephenKing's Creator/StephenKing's novel ''{{Carrie}}.''Literature/{{Carrie}}.''
* Used in ''FlowersForAlgernon'', ''Literature/FlowersForAlgernon'', where clean, stark settings are associated with the dehumanizing scientists, while Faye, the artist character who is in touch with her emotions, lives in a disorderly apartment.
22nd Jan '16 5:40:15 PM Adept
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* Bath Haus of [[Music/LadyGaga Gaga]] in the "BadRomance" video.

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* Bath Haus of [[Music/LadyGaga Gaga]] in the "BadRomance" ''Music/BadRomance'' video.



* One evil Nazi scientist NPC in ''DeltaGreen'' is described as keeping his lab exceptionally clean. Lampshaded, in that the book points out this is usually the sign of a proportionally unclean mind.

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* One evil Nazi scientist NPC in ''DeltaGreen'' ''TabletopGame/DeltaGreen'' is described as keeping his lab exceptionally clean. Lampshaded, in that the book points out this is usually the sign of a proportionally unclean mind.
8th Jan '16 12:51:43 PM nombretomado
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* Alan Dean Foster's ''{{Spellsinger}}'' novel ''TheDayOfTheDissonance''. An extremely neat and clean orphanage appears to be on the up and up until Mudge points out that with so many orphans present it should be more dirty. The protagonists investigate and discover [[spoiler: that the operators are puritanical religious fanatics who regularly beat the orphans.]]

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* Alan Dean Foster's ''{{Spellsinger}}'' ''Literature/{{Spellsinger}}'' novel ''TheDayOfTheDissonance''. An extremely neat and clean orphanage appears to be on the up and up until Mudge points out that with so many orphans present it should be more dirty. The protagonists investigate and discover [[spoiler: that the operators are puritanical religious fanatics who regularly beat the orphans.]]
6th Jan '16 8:33:51 PM nombretomado
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** The ruined test chambers at the start of {{Portal2}} might be considered a deconstruction of these.
* The Lost Cathedral in ''[[SoulSeries Soul Calibur III]]''

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** The ruined test chambers at the start of {{Portal2}} ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' might be considered a deconstruction of these.
* The Lost Cathedral in ''[[SoulSeries ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur III]]''
4th Aug '15 6:15:29 PM Adept
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* Issue #5 (The Complex) of ''ParticleFiction''.

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* Issue #5 (The Complex) of ''ParticleFiction''.
''Webcomic/ParticleFiction''.
26th Jul '15 6:28:48 PM nombretomado
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* Superhoodie's lair on ''{{Misfits}}'' is the most spotlessly sterile RoomFullOfCrazy ''ever''. Not surprising, as he is revealed to be [[spoiler: Simon, who has learned to harness his creepily obsessive and [[StalkerWithACrush stalkerish]] tendencies in order to become a pretty efficient superhero.]]

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* Superhoodie's lair on ''{{Misfits}}'' ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' is the most spotlessly sterile RoomFullOfCrazy ''ever''. Not surprising, as he is revealed to be [[spoiler: Simon, who has learned to harness his creepily obsessive and [[StalkerWithACrush stalkerish]] tendencies in order to become a pretty efficient superhero.]]
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