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19th Jan '17 2:10:33 AM Geoduck
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* ''Franchise/Sharknado'': It's tagline is "ENOUGH SAID!!!"

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* ''Franchise/Sharknado'': It's ''Franchise/{{Sharknado}}'': Its tagline is "ENOUGH SAID!!!"
19th Jan '17 2:09:24 AM Geoduck
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* ''Film/BigAssSpider'' depicts Los Angeles being attacked by really big alien-hybrid spider.
17th Jan '17 2:51:45 AM cathaltwomey93@gmail.com
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* It's not just scientific publications. Academic books, instruction manuals, almost everything tended to have this sort of title in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. This was [[Affectionate Parody|Affectionately parodied]] by the musicologist Robert O. Gjerdingen in his 2007 book ''Music in the Galant Style, Being an Essay on Various Schemata Characteristic of Eighteenth-Century Music for Courtly Chambers, Chapels, and Theaters, Including Tasteful Passages of Music Drawn from Most Excellent Chapel Masters in the Employ of Noble and Noteworthy Personages, Said Music All Collected for the Reader's Delectation on the World Wide Web''. See also a parodic use of [[Antiquated Linguistics]] on that one. Come to think of it, it was actually pretty much a TV Tropes of eighteenth-century music...

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* It's not just scientific publications. Academic books, instruction manuals, almost everything tended to have this sort of title in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. This was [[Affectionate Parody|Affectionately [[AffectionateParody Affectionately parodied]] by the musicologist Robert O. Gjerdingen in his 2007 book ''Music in the Galant Style, Being an Essay on Various Schemata Characteristic of Eighteenth-Century Music for Courtly Chambers, Chapels, and Theaters, Including Tasteful Passages of Music Drawn from Most Excellent Chapel Masters in the Employ of Noble and Noteworthy Personages, Said Music All Collected for the Reader's Delectation on the World Wide Web''. See also a parodic use of [[Antiquated [[AntiquatedLinguistics Antiquated Linguistics]] on that one. Come to think of it, it was actually pretty much a TV Tropes of eighteenth-century music...
17th Jan '17 2:49:55 AM cathaltwomey93@gmail.com
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* It's not just scientific publications. Academic books, instruction manuals, almost everything tended to have this sort of title in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. This was [[Affectionate Parody|Affectionately parodied]] by the musicologist Robert O. Gjerdingen in his 2007 book ''Music in the Galant Style, Being an Essay on Various Schemata Characteristic of Eighteenth-Century Music for Courtly Chambers, Chapels, and Theaters, Including Tasteful Passages of Music Drawn from Most Excellent Chapel Masters in the Employ of Noble and Noteworthy Personages, Said Music All Collected for the Reader's Delectation on the World Wide Web''. See also a parodic use of [[Antiquated Linguistics]] on that one. Come to think of it, it was actually pretty much a TV Tropes of eighteenth-century music...
9th Jan '17 9:13:00 AM marmota-b
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* A crossover between Creator/CSLewis and ''Series/{{Angel}}'', ''https://www.fanfiction.net/s/224361/1/A-Letter-from-Screwtape-to-Mr-Holland-Manners A Letter From Screwtape to Mr. Holland Manners".

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* A crossover between Creator/CSLewis and ''Series/{{Angel}}'', ''https://www.''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/224361/1/A-Letter-from-Screwtape-to-Mr-Holland-Manners A Letter From Screwtape to Mr. Holland Manners".Manners]]''.
1st Jan '17 8:42:17 PM Chabal2
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* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40K:'' By way of ArtifactTitle, the game used to be a SettingUpdate for ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'' (specifically, set 40,000 years into the future). Further editions made each more distinctive, until the Warp and the powers of Chaos are all that's left in common.
31st Dec '16 4:24:34 PM DustSnitch
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** DoubleSubversion in the story "[[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100519 Maxim Buys a Hat]]". Because a Jäger's hat is a badge of honor, [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100521 one does not simply buy a hat]], one has to earn it by taking it from a worthy enemy; the story ends with Maxim tricking [[{{Badass}} Ol' Man Death]] [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100611 into selling him his hat]].

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** DoubleSubversion in the story "[[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100519 Maxim Buys a Hat]]". Because a Jäger's hat is a badge of honor, [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100521 one does not simply buy a hat]], one has to earn it by taking it from a worthy enemy; the story ends with Maxim tricking [[{{Badass}} Ol' Man Death]] Death [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100611 into selling him his hat]].
22nd Dec '16 10:05:26 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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** Zigzagged with ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine''. It IS set on a space station in deep space, but it's not the ''ninth'' such space station - rather, the ninth in its particular series.
22nd Dec '16 4:17:50 PM WiddershinsDaughter
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* ''Series/StarTrek'' does this in every series where the title is the franchise name (a story about a voyage, or trek, among the stars) and the subtitle is the name of the main setting of the series (Deep Space Nine/Voyager/Enterprise/Discovery). Only subverted once, with ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'', which actually happened ''three'' generations after ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries''.
** Also with three pilot episode titles in a row: "Encounter at Farpoint" being an episode about an encounter at Farpoint Station; "The Emissary" being about Ben Sisko, aka "[[LateArrivalSpoiler The Emissary of the Prophets]]," and "Caretaker," about an alien caretaker for a degenerating civilization.
22nd Dec '16 1:41:14 PM HelloLamppost
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* ''[[Comicbook/MagnusRobotFighter Magnus, Robot Fighter: 4000 A.D.]]'' is about a guy named Magnus who fights robots in the year 4000 A.D.
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