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22nd Sep '16 1:01:33 AM Arha
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* Kirei Kotomine from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' is pretty much a representation of a closet gay man. From his attempts to ''correct'' himself, his marriage to an ill girl named Claudia for ''salvation'', as well his interest in Kiritsugu(who is with Irisviel) and Shirou(the not so different between them).
9th Sep '16 9:05:28 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* Sexual meanings: DidTheyOrDidntThey, EroticEating, GRatedSex, DoubleEntendre and its sister trope LampshadedDoubleEntendre, CompensatingForSomething, and PhallicWeapon

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* Sexual meanings: DidTheyOrDidntThey, EroticEating, GRatedSex, DoubleEntendre and its sister trope LampshadedDoubleEntendre, CompensatingForSomething, PhallicWeapon and PhallicWeaponVisualInnuendo
7th Sep '16 3:52:16 AM 06tele
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* A Funny or Die video called [[http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/25cc8b85e1/pantsed-from-june-raphael-derekwaters-and-casey-wilson?_cc=__d___&_ccid=2e5b8c37-fdf4-41ed-a334-d1312f32b2f6 "Pantsed"]] was about a young woman (co-writer June Diane Raphael) who, whenever she began to make out with a partner, would suddenly get pantsed. After her second pantsing in a row, June decides she's finished with men, and we see her in a car with a girl, wearing matching baseball caps and white t-shirts and singing an Music/AniDiFranco song, whereupon the girl asks her if her jeans are button-fly; told they are, the girl says "Good to know" and June looks worriedly out the window. Eventually, she meets a nice guy who says he wants to take their relationship to the next level, but he's then horrified when she spontaneously takes off her own pants. The metaphor is lampshaded by June's friend:
-->'''Casey''': It's like, you weren't raped, but your pants were. [''cut to June sitting on floor, pants-less, crying'']

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* A Funny or Die video called [[http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/25cc8b85e1/pantsed-from-june-raphael-derekwaters-and-casey-wilson?_cc=__d___&_ccid=2e5b8c37-fdf4-41ed-a334-d1312f32b2f6 "Pantsed"]] was about a young woman (co-writer June Diane Raphael) who, whenever she began to make out with a partner, would suddenly get pantsed. This is played out as a metaphor for constantly getting into abusive relationships. After her second pantsing in a row, June decides she's finished with men, and we see her in a car with a girl, wearing matching baseball caps and white t-shirts and singing an Music/AniDiFranco song, whereupon the girl asks her if her jeans are button-fly; told they are, the girl says "Good to know" and June looks worriedly out the window. Eventually, she meets a nice guy who says he wants to take their relationship to the next level, but he's then horrified when she spontaneously takes off her own pants. The metaphor is lampshaded by June's friend:
-->'''Casey''': It's like, you weren't raped, but I guess getting pantsed is your destiny.
-->'''June''': [''staring at herself in the mirror''] Yeah, Case, maybe you're right. [''montage of June standing with man without her
pants were. [''cut to June on; sitting on floor, pants-less, crying'']tearful; stumbling out of hallway with her pants around her ankles''] Why am I fighting it? I get pantsed. It's who I am.
** Eventually, she meets a nice guy who says he wants to take their relationship to the next level, but he's then horrified when she spontaneously pulls down her own pants.
--->'''Man''': Fuck's wrong with you? [''hastily putting on his shoes''] Jesus Christ, June, I liked you.
--->'''June''': I thought you would like this.
--->'''Man''': Fuckin' skank. [''heads for the door'']
--->'''June''': "Skank", what are you saying? [''shuffles after him, her pants around her ankles''] What did you mean by "next level"?
--->'''Man''': [''leaving''] Jesus Christ, not this! [''slams door'']
--->'''June''': Stop! I'll pull them back up! I'LL PULL THEM BACK UP!
7th Sep '16 3:43:38 AM 06tele
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* A Funny or Die video called [[http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/25cc8b85e1/pantsed-from-june-raphael-derekwaters-and-casey-wilson?_cc=__d___&_ccid=2e5b8c37-fdf4-41ed-a334-d1312f32b2f6 "Pantsed"]] was about a young woman (co-writer June Diane Raphael) who, whenever she began to make out with a partner, would suddenly get pantsed. After her second pantsing in a row, June decides she's finished with men, and we see her in a car with a girl, wearing matching baseball caps and white t-shirts and singing an Music/AniDiFranco song, whereupon the girl asks her if her jeans are button-fly; told they are, the girl says "Good to know" and June looks worriedly out the window. Eventually, she meets a nice guy who says he wants to take their relationship to the next level, but he's then horrified when she spontaneously takes off her own pants. The metaphor is lampshaded by June's friend:
-->'''Casey''': It's like, you weren't raped, but your pants were. [''cut to June sitting on floor, pants-less, crying'']
4th Sep '16 1:24:08 AM Ozian123
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* ''{{Theatre/Wicked}}'': "What Is This Feeling?" begins with this lyric: "What is this feeling so sudden and new? I felt the moment I laid eyes on you. My pulse is rushing. My head is reeling. My face is flushing. What is this feeling fervid as a flame? Does it have a name? Yes. '''Loathing'''. '''''Unadulterated loathing'''''". Sorry darlings, but that isn't loathing; it's ''[[LesYay lust]]''. Then again, they have been [[WordOfGay confirmed]] to have romantic interest in each other, and Stephen Schwartz (composer) did this intentionally to highlight the irony of using common phrases from love songs in a song about hate instead.

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* ''{{Theatre/Wicked}}'': "What Is This Feeling?" begins with this lyric: "What is this feeling so sudden and new? I felt the moment I laid eyes on you. My pulse is rushing. My head is reeling. My face is flushing. What is this feeling fervid feeling? Fervid as a flame? Does it have a name? Yes. '''Loathing'''. '''''Unadulterated loathing'''''". Sorry darlings, but that isn't loathing; it's ''[[LesYay lust]]''. Then again, they have been [[WordOfGay confirmed]] to have romantic interest in each other, and Stephen Schwartz (composer) did this intentionally to highlight the irony of using common phrases from love songs in a song about hate instead.
25th Jul '16 10:41:34 PM Jeduthun
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See also FreudWasRight, which posits that this can occur to just about everything because of psychological subtext, and FreudianSlip, when the symbolism reveals what the character is really thinking.
10th Jul '16 1:48:08 PM LordGro
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* [[Creator/MichaelRosen Michael Rosen]]'s infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much.

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%% * [[Creator/MichaelRosen Michael Rosen]]'s infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much. %% Zero Context
10th Jul '16 12:56:34 PM TheGrandestDad
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* [[Creator/MichaelRosen]]'s infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much.

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* [[Creator/MichaelRosen]]'s [[Creator/MichaelRosen Michael Rosen]]'s infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much.
10th Jul '16 12:56:07 PM TheGrandestDad
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* Michael Rosen's infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much.

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* Michael Rosen's [[Creator/MichaelRosen]]'s infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much.
10th Jul '16 12:55:24 PM TheGrandestDad
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* Michael Rosen's infamous "Drilling for oil" routine. So. Very. Much.
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