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21st Feb '18 2:55:26 PM fsdfsdfsd
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* Matt and Tai in ''DigimonAdventureTriAbridged'' do this whenever they get into an argument, which their friends lampshade. The only way to stop them is to use equally complex words to tell them to knock it off.
12th Feb '18 7:08:57 PM nombretomado
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--> '''Peter''': * after being told his theme choice was esoteric* Lois, ''WhosTheBoss'' is not a food.\\

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--> '''Peter''': * after being told his theme choice was esoteric* Lois, ''WhosTheBoss'' ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' is not a food.\\
5th Feb '18 5:56:37 PM NottellingYou
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* ''Film/{{MyFairLady}}'' essentially starts with Professor Henry Higgins casually wagering that although his peers believe in this trope, he can overcome it and teach a commoner to blend in with the British upper class. With much of the movie essentially an elaborate socialite training montage for Eliza Doolittle, this trope happens multiple times before he can teach her to surpasses it.

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* ''Film/{{MyFairLady}}'' ''Film/{{My Fair Lady}}'' essentially starts with Professor Henry Higgins casually wagering that although his peers believe in this trope, he can overcome it and teach a commoner to blend in with the British upper class. With much of the movie essentially an elaborate socialite training montage for Eliza Doolittle, this trope happens multiple times before he can teach her to surpasses it.
5th Feb '18 5:56:20 PM NottellingYou
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* {{MyFairLady}} essentially starts with Professor Henry Higgins casually wagering that although his peers believe in this trope, he can overcome it and teach a commoner to blend in with the British upper class. With much of the movie essentially an elaborate socialite training montage for Eliza Doolittle, this trope happens multiple times before he can teach her to surpasses it.

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* {{MyFairLady}} ''Film/{{MyFairLady}}'' essentially starts with Professor Henry Higgins casually wagering that although his peers believe in this trope, he can overcome it and teach a commoner to blend in with the British upper class. With much of the movie essentially an elaborate socialite training montage for Eliza Doolittle, this trope happens multiple times before he can teach her to surpasses it.
5th Feb '18 5:55:45 PM NottellingYou
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* {{MyFairLady}} essentially starts with Professor Henry Higgins casually wagering that although his peers believe in this trope, he can overcome it and teach a commoner to blend in with the British upper class. With much of the movie essentially an elaborate socialite training montage for Eliza Doolittle, this trope happens multiple times before he can teach her to surpasses it.
21st Jan '18 11:36:16 AM Odacon_Spy
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* Donny, the sign-in guy from ''VideoGame/YouDontKnowJack 2011'', especially when you ask him to explain the rules.
** [[spoiler:Which means that any question written by him in the game proper is going to be... ''tricky'']].

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* Donny, the sign-in guy from ''VideoGame/YouDontKnowJack 2011'', especially when you ask him to explain the rules.
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rules. [[spoiler:Which means that any question written by him in the game proper is going to be... ''tricky'']].
8th Dec '17 1:41:45 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Housepets}}'', Falstaff the raccoon [[http://www.housepetscomic.com/comic/2013/01/09/planning-face/ believes]] that stealing is in his genies, hence his scientific non-enclosure of ''procon looter''.
16th Nov '17 6:20:20 AM Arvaus
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-->'''Chandler:''' ''[reading from letter]'' "''Baby kangaroo'' Tribbiani"?
8th Oct '17 3:10:48 AM Schismatism
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* ''Literature/AnansiBoys'': The BadBoss and one of the major villains of the piece, Grahame Coates, uses {{Malapropism}}s, MeaninglessMeaningfulWords, and more ''constantly'', because he thinks it makes him seem more intellectual and approachable. All it really does, though, is emphasize the fact that he's a [[AnimalMotifs spiteful little weasel]]. [[spoiler: At the end, Tiger gets fed up with this and just eats him.]]

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* ''Literature/AnansiBoys'': The BadBoss and one of the major villains of the piece, Grahame Coates, uses {{Malapropism}}s, MeaninglessMeaningfulWords, [[IceCreamKoan Ice Cream Koans]] and more the like ''constantly'', because he thinks it makes him seem more intellectual and approachable. All it really does, though, is emphasize the fact that he's a [[AnimalMotifs spiteful little weasel]]. [[spoiler: At the end, Tiger gets fed up with this and just eats him.]]
8th Oct '17 3:09:31 AM Schismatism
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* ''Literature/AnansiBoys'': The BadBoss and one of the major villains of the piece, Grahame Coates, uses {{Malapropism}}s, MeaninglessMeaningfulWords, and more ''constantly'', because he thinks it makes him seem more intellectual and approachable. All it really does, though, is emphasize the fact that he's a [[AnimalMotifs spiteful little weasel]]. [[spoiler: At the end, Tiger gets fed up with this and just eats him.]]
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