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16th Jan '16 1:36:44 PM Julyo
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now there really is an <article> tag in HTML
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29th Jan '15 9:39:57 PM bwburke94
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29th Dec '14 1:38:33 AM Pastykake
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->'''OP (name redacted):''' Has anyone noticed that Website/{{Twitter}}-style hashtags have replaced HTML-style coding as meta-commentary on the internet?
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->'''OP (name redacted):''' Has anyone noticed that Website/{{Twitter}}-style hashtags have replaced HTML-style coding as meta-commentary on the internet?Internet?
11th Oct '14 12:46:48 PM ZarbiNerada
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Oftentimes the opening tag will be omitted and only the closing tag will be there, as a kind of self-conscious [[LampshadeHanging lampshade hung]] on the preceding flame/rant/etc. It is also used to show that a sarcastic rant mocking the opposite side of some debate is just that. Everyone KNOWS that first person is good wiki syntax, after all.
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Oftentimes the opening tag will be omitted and only the closing tag will be there, as a kind of self-conscious [[LampshadeHanging lampshade hung]] on the preceding flame/rant/etc. It is also used to show that a sarcastic rant mocking the opposite side of some debate is just that. Everyone KNOWS that first person is good wiki syntax, after all. THATTROPER]]> thattroper]]>
11th Oct '14 12:46:25 PM ZarbiNerada
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Oftentimes the opening tag will be omitted and only the closing tag will be there, as a kind of self-conscious [[LampshadeHanging lampshade hung]] on the preceding flame/rant/etc. It is also used to show that a sarcastic rant mocking the opposite side of some debate is just that. Everyone KNOWS that first person is good wiki syntax, after all.
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Oftentimes the opening tag will be omitted and only the closing tag will be there, as a kind of self-conscious [[LampshadeHanging lampshade hung]] on the preceding flame/rant/etc. It is also used to show that a sarcastic rant mocking the opposite side of some debate is just that. Everyone KNOWS that first person is good wiki syntax, after all. THATTROPER]]>
11th Oct '14 12:46:10 PM ZarbiNerada
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Oftentimes the opening tag will be omitted and only the closing tag will be there, as a kind of self-conscious [[LampshadeHanging lampshade hung]] on the preceding flame/rant/etc.
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Oftentimes the opening tag will be omitted and only the closing tag will be there, as a kind of self-conscious [[LampshadeHanging lampshade hung]] on the preceding flame/rant/etc. flame/rant/etc. It is also used to show that a sarcastic rant mocking the opposite side of some debate is just that. Everyone KNOWS that first person is good wiki syntax, after all.
10th Aug '14 2:40:59 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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On blogs and Internet discussion forums, when participants use the SGML-style tags popularized by HTML (or sometimes BBCode-style tags) to accentuate their messages.
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On blogs and Internet discussion forums, when participants use the SGML-style tags popularized by HTML (or sometimes BBCode-style UsefulNotes/BBCode-style tags) to accentuate their messages.
15th Mar '14 2:18:05 PM wizardcrying
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</wikiword> <pothole>
is occasionally used on Usenet to indicate that one is unsubscribing from a thread. However, the proper use should be either (to indicate that the subscription is ending) or (XML empty tag to indicate an unsubscription). It probably means, though, that the person has just finished the process of unsubscribing.
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is occasionally used on Usenet to indicate that one is unsubscribing from a thread. However, the proper use should be either (to indicate that the subscription is ending) or (XML empty tag to indicate an unsubscription). It probably means, though, that the person has just finished the process of unsubscribing. <[[JustifyingEdit /justifyingedit]]>
16th Dec '13 7:42:27 PM GhostOfAGeek
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Tweaks :3
->'''OP (name redacted)''' Has anyone noticed that {{Twitter}}-style hashtags have replaced HTML-style coding as meta-commentary on the internet? ->'''Person responding (also redacted)''' <[[EndOfAnAge /era]]> -->-Failbooking
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->'''OP (name redacted)''' redacted):''' Has anyone noticed that {{Twitter}}-style Website/{{Twitter}}-style hashtags have replaced HTML-style coding as meta-commentary on the internet? ->'''Person responding (also redacted)''' redacted):''' <[[EndOfAnAge /era]]> -->-Failbooking -->--Failbooking

[[MythBusters Adam Savage]] frequently wears a T-shirt that states "Am I missing an eyebrow?" .
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[[MythBusters [[Series/MythBusters Adam Savage]] frequently wears a T-shirt that states "Am I missing an eyebrow?" .

<<|NewMediaTropes|>> <<|InfauxmationDesk|>> [[SelfDemonstratingArticle ]]
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<<|NewMediaTropes|>> <<|InfauxmationDesk|>> [[SelfDemonstratingArticle ]]]] ----
10th Jun '13 5:01:31 PM henry42
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[[ChekhovsBoomerang ]]
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[[ChekhovsBoomerang ]][[SelfDemonstratingArticle ]]
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