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12th Jan '16 3:07:33 PM Raiza
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** Also happens during the episode "The Answer" in which tells about Garnet's origins, in which [[RedShirt Ruby]] and [[BlueBlood Sapphire]] ran away from the Homeworld's wrath after the two accidentally fused for the first time into Garnet, in which was a breach of their rigid caste system. Since fusion is equivalent of 'gem marriage' (at least for Garnet and the viewer's eyes, since the Homeworld frowns any kind of fusion between components of different types), the trope was played straight.
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** Also happens during the episode "The Answer" in which tells about Garnet's origins, in which [[RedShirt Ruby]] and [[BlueBlood Sapphire]] ran away from the Homeworld's wrath after the two accidentally fused for the first time into Garnet, in which was a breach of their rigid caste system. Since fusion is equivalent of 'gem marriage' (at least for Garnet and the viewer's eyes, since the Homeworld frowns [[MalignedMixedMarriage any kind of fusion between components of different types), types]]), the trope was played straight.
12th Jan '16 3:03:43 PM Raiza
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** Also happens during the episode "The Answer", in which Ruby and Sapphire ran away from the Homeworld's wrath after the two accidentally fused for the first time into Garnet. Since fusion is equivalent of 'gem marriage' (at least for Garnet and the viewer's eyes), the trope was played straight.
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** Also happens during the episode "The Answer", Answer" in which Ruby tells about Garnet's origins, in which [[RedShirt Ruby]] and Sapphire [[BlueBlood Sapphire]] ran away from the Homeworld's wrath after the two accidentally fused for the first time into Garnet. Garnet, in which was a breach of their rigid caste system. Since fusion is equivalent of 'gem marriage' (at least for Garnet and the viewer's eyes), eyes, since the Homeworld frowns any kind of fusion between components of different types), the trope was played straight.
12th Jan '16 3:00:16 PM Raiza
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** Also happens during the episode "The Answer", in which Ruby and Sapphire ran away from the Homeworld's wrath after the two accidentally fused for the first time into Garnet. Since fusion is equivalent of 'gem marriage' (at least for Garnet and the viewer's eyes), the trope was played straight.
12th Dec '15 4:21:08 AM Adept
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* In the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD4azjx6mbE Project "Ma"]], Adam Moonlit (played by [[{{vocaloid}} KAITO]]) runs away with Eve (played by [[{{vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]]) to Eldoh Forest after said project failed.
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* In the song [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD4azjx6mbE Project "Ma"]], Adam Moonlit (played by [[{{vocaloid}} [[Music/{{vocaloid}} KAITO]]) runs away with Eve (played by [[{{vocaloid}} [[Music/{{vocaloid}} Hatsune Miku]]) to Eldoh Forest after said project failed.
26th Nov '15 8:53:55 PM MsChibi
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* In ''Manga/CardCaptorSakura'', Nadeshiko and Fujitaka (the parents of TheProtagonist) did this, because Nadeshiko's [[ParentalMarriageVeto parents did not approve]] of her relationship with Fujitaka at all. Partly because he was in his 20's and she was only a teenager (still in high school), and partly because he was a poor schoolteacher, while Nadeshiko's family was very wealthy. According to Sonomi, she was still in her {{Seifuku}} when they married.
18th Jun '15 10:33:52 AM MarsJenkar
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* Attempted in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Fusion Cuisine" by Steven and Connie, when they thought they might never hang out again, got on a bus to live somewhere else, however an angry Alexandrite catches up with them.
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* Attempted in ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' episode "Fusion Cuisine" by Steven and Connie, when they thought they might never hang out again, got on a bus to live somewhere else, however an angry Alexandrite catches up with them. them.

* In the United States, UsefulNotes/LasVegas is popular for this since the marriage offices are open until midnight ''every'' day, and in Nevada you don't have to wait between getting the marriage license and getting married. Convenient!
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* In the United States, UsefulNotes/LasVegas is popular for this since the marriage offices are open until midnight ''every'' day, and in Nevada you don't have to wait between getting the marriage license and getting married. Convenient! Convenient! Before Vegas became big, Reno had this reputation.
31st May '15 10:44:36 PM manat31790
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* Elwyn and Nancy's sidequest from ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'', Elwyn's father is a rich business man who rejects Nancy being a poor girl. Keith suggests Elwyn to elope with her, to which he complies. The rest of the quest is a chain of fetch quests to fix the father and son's conflict and finally get the teens married properly.
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* Elwyn and Nancy's sidequest from ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'', Elwyn's father is a rich business man who rejects Nancy being a poor girl. Keith suggests Elwyn to elope with her, to which he complies. The rest of the quest is a chain of fetch quests to fix the father and son's conflict and finally get the teens lovers married properly.
31st May '15 10:43:08 PM manat31790
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* Elwyn and Nancy's sidequest from ''VideoGame/TalesOfPhantasia'', Elwyn's father is a rich business man who rejects Nancy being a poor girl. Keith suggests Elwyn to elope with her, to which he complies. The rest of the quest is a chain of fetch quests to fix the father and son's conflict and finally get the teens married properly.
31st May '15 10:54:59 AM rjung
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* Jenny and Luis do this almost by accident in ''ComicStrip/SafeHavens'', when they accidentally pull into a drive thru chapel in Vegas instead of a fast food joint. They didn't get it annulled since they did love each other, but were too embarrassed to tell their friends until Jenny ended up pregnant. It ''does'' show how much Jenny loves Luis though: the normally greedy Jenny gave up thousands in wedding presents to elope with him.
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* Jenny and Luis do this almost by accident in ''ComicStrip/SafeHavens'', when they accidentally pull into a drive thru chapel in Vegas UsefulNotes/LasVegas instead of a fast food joint. They didn't get it annulled since they did love each other, but were too embarrassed to tell their friends until Jenny ended up pregnant. It ''does'' show how much Jenny loves Luis though: the normally greedy Jenny gave up thousands in wedding presents to elope with him.

* In the United States, [[VivaLasVegas Las Vegas]] is popular for this since the marriage offices are open until midnight ''every'' day, and in Nevada you don't have to wait between getting the marriage license and getting married. Convenient!
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* In the United States, [[VivaLasVegas Las Vegas]] UsefulNotes/LasVegas is popular for this since the marriage offices are open until midnight ''every'' day, and in Nevada you don't have to wait between getting the marriage license and getting married. Convenient!
29th May '15 5:17:03 PM kazokuhouou
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** Later, Rupert and Rosalind do this, mainly cause they still had student loans to pay off and didn't want to go further in debt to stage a fancy wedding.
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