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28th Dec '15 4:00:24 AM ChristianTropes33
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[[folder:Anime and Mangath]] * Mametchi from ''VideoGame/{{Tamagotchi}}!'' averts this and VampireVords.

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1st Nov '15 10:51:33 AM Totema
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* Many of the Klingons and Ferengi on ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s various series. Particularly noticeable when recurring actors had to wear the makeup -- such as in the episodes of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' where Odo, Sisko, and O'Brien go undercover as Klingons. O'Brien even points it out. And Michael Dorn (who played Worf, a Klingon, for at least 13 years) found their plight rather amusing.
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* Many of the Klingons and Ferengi on ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s various series.series, particularly since they typically had entire mouths full of awkward prosthetic teeth. Particularly noticeable when recurring actors had to wear the makeup -- such as in the episodes of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' where Odo, Sisko, and O'Brien go undercover as Klingons. O'Brien even points it out. And Michael Dorn (who played Worf, a Klingon, for at least 13 years) found their plight rather amusing.
1st Aug '15 4:07:04 AM tkzv
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* Same for Portuguese accent. In Portuguese many words are written like in Spanish, but pronounced differently. This includes "sh" in place of "s".
3rd Feb '15 8:17:50 AM Anddrix
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* In ''ComicBook/TheMultiversity'', this is how the snake Sivana speaks, very much averting SssssnakeTalk.
4th Dec '14 12:35:01 PM hobbitguy1420
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** Cribbins, from ''Discworld/MakingMoney,'' talksh like thish due to the poorly-fitting dentures he stole from a man just before killing him.
4th Oct '14 8:16:00 PM merotoker
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--'''Anthony Ainely''' [[http://drwhointerviews.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/anthony-ainley-1991/ on]] ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS26E4Survival}} "Survival"]]
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--'''Anthony Ainely''' [[http://drwhointerviews.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/anthony-ainley-1991/ on]] ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS26E4Survival}} [[Recap/DoctorWhoS26E4Survival "Survival"]]

FangThpeak can be called to the audiensh'sh attention in two waysh:
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FangThpeak Fang Thpeak can be called to the audiensh'sh attention in two waysh:

* Many kids in the ''{{Asterix}}'' comics speak like this, including kid-ified versions of most of the main cast during the Flashback story ''How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion''.
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* Many kids in the ''{{Asterix}}'' ''Comicbook/{{Asterix}}'' comics speak like this, including kid-ified versions of most of the main cast during the Flashback story ''How Obelix Fell into the Magic Potion''.

* Mooch the cat in ''{{Mutts}}''. He has a speech impediment that causes him to insert an sh into words when he "shpeaks", such as yesh (yes), shmilk (milk), and shmousie (mousie). * In CalvinAndHobbes, Calvin mentions that Sabre Tooth Tigers probably did this.
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* Mooch the cat in ''{{Mutts}}''.''ComicStrip/{{Mutts}}''. He has a speech impediment that causes him to insert an sh into words when he "shpeaks", such as yesh (yes), shmilk (milk), and shmousie (mousie). * In CalvinAndHobbes, ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', Calvin mentions that Sabre Tooth Tigers probably did this.

* Creator/TimBurton's PlanetOfTheApes fell into this with a lot of the ape actors. TimRoth had it particularly bad, and his character's name was Thade. That's rough.
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* Creator/TimBurton's PlanetOfTheApes ''Film/PlanetOfTheApes2001'' fell into this with a lot of the ape actors. TimRoth Creator/TimRoth had it particularly bad, and his character's name was Thade. That's rough.

* {{Lampshaded}} in ''Literature/RedDragon'', particularly the book. Dolarhyde has a corrected harelip and cleft palate and avoids sibilant words, for example, always using "Mmm-hmm" instead of "Yes."
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* {{Lampshaded}} {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Literature/RedDragon'', particularly the book. Dolarhyde has a corrected harelip and cleft palate and avoids sibilant words, for example, always using "Mmm-hmm" instead of "Yes."

* Betsy Taylor in MaryJanice Davidson's ''Undead and Unwed'' thpeakth like thith. * Vargo Hoat from ''ASongOfIceAndFire''. He's a normal human, but monstrous in morality and LaughablyEvil.
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* Betsy Taylor in MaryJanice Mary Janice Davidson's ''Undead ''[[Literature/BetsyTheVampireQueen Undead and Unwed'' Unwed]]'' thpeakth like thith. * Vargo Hoat from ''ASongOfIceAndFire''.''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. He's a normal human, but monstrous in morality and LaughablyEvil.

* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}''. In the DVD commentary for the first season of ''Buffy'', Josh Whedon explains that the prosthetic fangs the actors wear make particular sounds [[SpeechImpediment difficult to pronounce properly]]. The makeup artists and the actors learned a few tricks to get around this; custom prosthetics for major characters eased this problem. Whedon even invoked this trope in the first season ''Buffy'' DVD commentary by apologizing to one of his guest-stars for making him use the phrase "excruciating loser" in full vamp-face. ** Juliette Landau wore her fangs for an extended period before taking up the role of Drusilla specifically to learn how to speak properly with them. Unfortunately, guest vamps lacked the time for this and some had more trouble than others. * Many of the Klingons and Ferengi on ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s various series. Particularly noticable when recurring actors had to wear the makeup -- such as in the episodes of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' where Odo, Sisko, and O'Brien go undercover as Klingons. O'Brien even points it out. And Michael Dorn (who played Worf, a Klingon, for at least 13 years) found their plight rather amusing.
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}''. In the DVD commentary for the first season of ''Buffy'', Josh Whedon Creator/JossWhedon explains that the prosthetic fangs the actors wear make particular sounds [[SpeechImpediment difficult to pronounce properly]]. The makeup artists and the actors learned a few tricks to get around this; custom prosthetics for major characters eased this problem. Whedon even invoked this trope in the first season ''Buffy'' DVD commentary by apologizing to one of his guest-stars for making him use the phrase "excruciating loser" in full vamp-face. ** vamp-face. Juliette Landau wore her fangs for an extended period before taking up the role of Drusilla specifically to learn how to speak properly with them. Unfortunately, guest vamps lacked the time for this and some had more trouble than others. * Many of the Klingons and Ferengi on ''Franchise/StarTrek'''s various series. Particularly noticable noticeable when recurring actors had to wear the makeup -- such as in the episodes of ''[[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Deep Space Nine]]'' where Odo, Sisko, and O'Brien go undercover as Klingons. O'Brien even points it out. And Michael Dorn (who played Worf, a Klingon, for at least 13 years) found their plight rather amusing.

* Not so much in the show TrueBlood (although it does happen) but in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEqk3MwnX_4 parody video]] of the show.
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* Not so much in the show TrueBlood ''Series/TrueBlood'' (although it does happen) but in the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEqk3MwnX_4 parody video]] of the show.

* ''TheMuppetMovie'': "It's a myth! A MYTH!"
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* ''TheMuppetMovie'': ''Film/TheMuppetMovie'': "It's a myth! A MYTH!"

* ''VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' has a few examples that make you wonder whether the VA was wearing prosthetics, among the youngest of the vampires.
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* ''VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' ''VideoGame/VampireTheMasqueradeBloodlines'' has a few examples that make you wonder whether the VA was wearing prosthetics, among the youngest of the vampires.

* All of the Trolls in ''{{Homestuck}}'' have fangs, but Sollux is the only one that has been stated to have a lisp. [[spoiler: He later loses it after Karkat accidentally knocks his fangs out.]] ** Sollux is also the only one with ''doubled'' incisors (and it is only the incisors, and their counterparts in the lower jaw, that are doubled). [[spoiler: Which is why it vanishes when Karkat accidentally knocks those extra fangs out.]]
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* All of the Trolls in ''{{Homestuck}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' have fangs, but Sollux is the only one that has been stated to have a lisp. [[spoiler: He later loses it after Karkat accidentally knocks his fangs out.]] ** ]] Sollux is also the only one with ''doubled'' incisors (and it is only the incisors, and their counterparts in the lower jaw, that are doubled). [[spoiler: Which is why it vanishes when Karkat accidentally knocks those extra fangs out.]]

* JustForFun/TropeTan, in ''TheWayOfTheMetagamer'', lisps occasionally due to her CuteLittleFang.
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* JustForFun/TropeTan, in ''TheWayOfTheMetagamer'', ''Webcomic/TheWayOfTheMetagamer'', lisps occasionally due to her CuteLittleFang.

* the Jagermonsters in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' show enormous fangs when they speak or smile, some even have tusks, but for reasons somewhere between plot development and RuleOfFunny, they speak with FunetikAksent - cod-German or East European, in their case. The harshness of the accent ''could'' be put down to the fangs, but the handful of Jagers without these dental excesses talk the same way, so it seems to be cultural. * ''Wapthi Thquare'', uh, WapsiSquare: Monica [[http://wapsisquare.com/comic/thankth-to-you/ ekthperientheth]] a temporary(?) bout of this as a result of [[spoiler: her Jaguar Girl identity coming to the fore in the Bibliothiki]].
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* the The Jagermonsters in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' show enormous fangs when they speak or smile, some even have tusks, but for reasons somewhere between plot development and RuleOfFunny, they speak with FunetikAksent - cod-German or East European, in their case. The harshness of the accent ''could'' be put down to the fangs, but the handful of Jagers without these dental excesses talk the same way, so it seems to be cultural. * ''Wapthi Thquare'', uh, WapsiSquare: ''Webcomic/WapsiSquare'': Monica [[http://wapsisquare.com/comic/thankth-to-you/ ekthperientheth]] a temporary(?) bout of this as a result of [[spoiler: her Jaguar Girl identity coming to the fore in the Bibliothiki]].

* Penny from ''ChalkZone''.
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* Penny from ''ChalkZone''.''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone''.

* [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Phineas]] gets this when he dresses as a vampire for Halloween.
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* [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Phineas]] WesternAnimation/{{Phineas|AndFerb}} gets this when he dresses as a vampire for Halloween.

* A common result of wearing ordinary non-fang dentures, Sean Connery's distinctive speech being a notable example.
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* A common result of wearing ordinary non-fang dentures, Sean Connery's SelfDemonstrating/SeanConnery's distinctive speech being a notable example.

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29th Aug '14 6:14:28 PM johnnyfog
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->''"The teeth, I had to put fangs in. I didnít want to, but I was told to. I went to an orthodontist, and they put in these fangs, with a bit of plasticine, but I found it very hard to speak, very hard to speak clearly, so I took the bottom ones out after a while. Bad continuity, that."''\\ --'''Anthony Ainely''' [[http://drwhointerviews.wordpress.com/2010/06/21/anthony-ainley-1991/ on]] ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS26E4Survival}} "Survival"]]
22nd Jul '14 12:53:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* The Cat on RedDwarf suffers a little bit of this from time to time. * ''{{Supernatural}}''. Spoofed in "LARP And The Real Girl" when a [=LARPer=] dressed as an orc has his false fangs fall out in the middle of a slurred BadassBoast. As he's held in the stocks, someone else has to put them back in for him.
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* The Cat on RedDwarf ''Series/RedDwarf'' suffers a little bit of this from time to time. * ''{{Supernatural}}''.''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. Spoofed in "LARP And The Real Girl" when a [=LARPer=] dressed as an orc has his false fangs fall out in the middle of a slurred BadassBoast. As he's held in the stocks, someone else has to put them back in for him.
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