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15th Nov '16 7:45:39 AM ExSlacker
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* ''VisualNovel/PhoenixWrightAceAttorneySpiritOfJustice'', Apollo and Athena argue whether a lizard they saw is a gecko or a newt, respectively. Before any tediousness could occur, Athena twists Apollo's logic around and made him assume that it's a newt.
-->'''Athena''': ''Oh, so then you agree it's a newt, Apollo?''
-->'''Apollo''': ''ACK!'' (I fell right into her trap!)
12th Nov '16 11:52:16 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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'''Daffy:''' He does ''so'' have to shoot me now! (to Elmer) I ''demand'' that you shoot me now!!

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'''Daffy:''' He does ''so'' have to shoot me now! (to Elmer) ''(to Elmer)'' I ''demand'' that you shoot me now!!



'''Daffy:''' HA! That's it, hold it right there! ''[AsideGlance]'' PronounTrouble. ''[{{Beat}}]'' It's not "He doesn't have to shoot ''you'' now," it's "He doesn't have to shoot ''me'' now." [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Well, I say he]] ''[[ComicallyMissingThePoint does]]'' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint have to shoot me now!]] [[TooDumbToLive So shoot me now!]]

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'''Daffy:''' HA! That's it, hold it right there! ''[AsideGlance]'' ''(AsideGlance)'' PronounTrouble. ''[{{Beat}}]'' ''({{beat}})'' It's not "He doesn't have to shoot ''you'' now," it's "He doesn't have to shoot ''me'' now." [[ComicallyMissingThePoint Well, I say he]] ''[[ComicallyMissingThePoint does]]'' [[ComicallyMissingThePoint have to shoot me now!]] [[TooDumbToLive So shoot me now!]]
10th Oct '16 7:17:05 PM nombretomado
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* A non-verbal variation of this trope happens in the DonaldDuck cartoon ''[[ClassicDisneyShorts Lighthouse Keeping]]''. A pelican keeps blowing out the candle in a lighthouse's light, and Donald promptly re-lights it. After a few rounds of this, the pelican takes the lighter from Donald and re-lights the candle, causing Don to blow out the candle.

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* A non-verbal variation of this trope happens in the DonaldDuck cartoon ''[[ClassicDisneyShorts ''[[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Lighthouse Keeping]]''. A pelican keeps blowing out the candle in a lighthouse's light, and Donald promptly re-lights it. After a few rounds of this, the pelican takes the lighter from Donald and re-lights the candle, causing Don to blow out the candle.
1st Oct '16 12:56:45 PM jamespolk
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* The UrExample may be Creator/LaurelAndHardy film ''Sons of the Desert'' (1933). Ollie is arguing with his wife over whether he's going to spend the weekend attending a fraternity convention with Stanley, or take her camping in the mountains. During the course of the argument, something like this pops up, though it's uncertain whether this is a deliberate trick on Ollie's part or something he inadvertently stumbles upon in his flustered state. It doesn't work, at any rate.

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* The UrExample may be Creator/LaurelAndHardy film ''Sons of the Desert'' ''Film/SonsOfTheDesert'' (1933). Ollie is arguing with his wife over whether he's going to spend the weekend attending a fraternity convention with Stanley, or take her camping in the mountains. During the course of the argument, something like this pops up, though it's uncertain whether this is a deliberate trick on Ollie's part or something he inadvertently stumbles upon in his flustered state. It doesn't work, at any rate.
1st Oct '16 9:27:14 AM jamespolk
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* In the Creator/LaurelAndHardy film ''Sons of the Desert'', Ollie is arguing with his wife over whether he's going to spend the weekend attending a fraternity convention with Stanley, or take her camping in the mountains. During the course of the argument, something like this pops up, though it's uncertain whether this is a deliberate trick on Ollie's part or something he inadvertently stumbles upon in his flustered state. It doesn't work, at any rate.

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* In the The UrExample may be Creator/LaurelAndHardy film ''Sons of the Desert'', Desert'' (1933). Ollie is arguing with his wife over whether he's going to spend the weekend attending a fraternity convention with Stanley, or take her camping in the mountains. During the course of the argument, something like this pops up, though it's uncertain whether this is a deliberate trick on Ollie's part or something he inadvertently stumbles upon in his flustered state. It doesn't work, at any rate.
18th Sep '16 4:13:45 PM BleuStar365
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** Another WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes example is Bugs' argument with the fake umpire in the 1946 cartoon, "WesternAnimation/BaseballBugs". This gag predates ''Rabbit Fire'', released in 1950.

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** Another WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes example is Bugs' argument with the fake umpire in the 1946 cartoon, "WesternAnimation/BaseballBugs". This gag predates ''Rabbit Fire'', released in 1950.1951.
25th Aug '16 3:25:05 PM Rorosilky5
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* In ''[[VideoGame/JimmyNeutronVsJimmyNegatron]],'' the Herminator and Jimmy Neutron argue who Jimmy's last name is. Jimmy yells "Negatron", while Hermin yells "Neutron" and they switch it so Hermin believes he is talking to Jimmy Negatron.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/JimmyNeutronVsJimmyNegatron]],'' ''VideoGame/JimmyNeutronVsJimmyNegatron,'' the Herminator and Jimmy Neutron argue who Jimmy's last name is. Jimmy yells "Negatron", while Hermin yells "Neutron" and they switch it so Hermin believes he is talking to Jimmy Negatron.
4th Aug '16 12:12:07 PM cwf123
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* In ''[[VideoGame/JimmyNeutronVsJimmyNegatron]],'' the Herminator and Jimmy Neutron argue who Jimmy's last name is. Jimmy yells "Negatron", while Hermin yells "Neutron" and they switch it so Hermin believes he is talking to Jimmy Negatron.
1st Aug '16 4:21:29 AM TomWalpertac2
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* Cheez-It crackers now come in a sandwich version. The lab tech and the immature box of sandwich crackers begin arguing over whether the new snack is pronounced "san'''''d'''''wich" (the lab tech) or "sammich" (the box). It plays out very similar to the page quote.
30th Jul '16 6:23:28 PM nombretomado
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* This was a specialty of obscure {{DCU}} superhero ''ComicBook/TheHeckler''.

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* This was a specialty of obscure {{DCU}} [[Franchise/TheDCU DCU]] superhero ''ComicBook/TheHeckler''.
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