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4th Feb '16 8:32:24 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Film/ThingsChange'': the phone number left by the showgirls begins with "KL5".

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* ''Film/ThingsChange'': the phone number left by the showgirls begins with "KL5".
4th Feb '16 8:31:08 PM CaptainCrawdad
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4th Feb '16 8:30:29 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Film/ThingsChange'': the phone number left by the showgirls begins with "KL5".
2nd Feb '16 3:19:53 AM Arcorann
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* [=LifeLock=], a company offering identity theft protection, not only offered a $1 million guarantee that your identity would not be stolen, but also dared thieves to do so in its advertising. Todd Davis, the owner, placed his real Social Security number (457-55-5462) in commercials, averting this trope. Inevitably, within days of the commercial airing, [[http://www.wired.com/politics/security/commentary/securitymatters/2008/06/securitymatters_0612 someone was able to take out a $500 payday loan in his name]].
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* [=LifeLock=], a company offering identity theft protection, not only offered a $1 million guarantee that your identity would not be stolen, but also dared thieves to do so in its advertising. Todd Davis, the owner, [[TemptingFate placed his real Social Security number number]] (457-55-5462) in commercials, averting this trope. Inevitably, within days of the commercial airing, [[http://www.wired.com/politics/security/commentary/securitymatters/2008/06/securitymatters_0612 someone was able to take out a $500 payday loan in his name]]. In fact, his identity was stolen [[http://www.wired.com/2010/05/lifelock-identity-theft/ 13 times over three years.]]
9th Jan '16 7:27:08 PM nombretomado
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* A variation appears in a SpongeBobSquarepants episode. A business card is shown with 555 as the area code, but the prefix itself is 123. * The [[Main/CreditsGag gag credit]] for the ''{{WesternAnimation/Tiny Toon Adventures}}'' episode, ''Fox Trot'' is:
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* A variation appears in a SpongeBobSquarepants ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarepants'' episode. A business card is shown with 555 as the area code, but the prefix itself is 123. * The [[Main/CreditsGag [[CreditsGag gag credit]] for the ''{{WesternAnimation/Tiny Toon Adventures}}'' episode, ''Fox Trot'' is:
4th Jan '16 1:10:29 AM Sammettik
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Redundant example
* WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles averted it with the number on the business card that Bob is given.
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* WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles'' averted it with the number on the business card that Bob is given.

* WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles used a similar aversion as the one above with the number on the business card that Bob is given.
6th Dec '15 1:02:16 PM WileK209
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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' Christmas episode had the phone number 555-NOEL. Confused, Angelica just typed in 555-5555... and actually got someone. ** Also, the episode where Angelica thinks she's going to get a baby brother. She calls in to a psychology-type show using the number 555-5555 (again). Interestingly, her finger bounces all around the keypad when punching it in.
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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' Christmas episode had the phone number 555-NOEL.1-800-555-YULE. Confused, Angelica just typed in 555-5555... and actually got someone. someone; a representative from Cogs Unlimited. ** Also, the episode where Angelica thinks she's going to get a baby brother. She calls in to a psychology-type show using that gives out the number 555-5555 (again). Interestingly, her finger bounces all around the keypad when punching it in.

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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' Christmas The ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryKids'' episode had the phone number 555-NOEL. Confused, Angelica just typed in 555-5555... and actually got someone. ** Also, the episode where Angelica thinks she's going to get "The Vermin" has Jerry order a baby brother. She calls in to a psychology-type show using guitar off of TV, giving the number 555-5555 (again). Interestingly, her 555-555-5555. When Jerry dials, though, his finger bounces pushes all around the keypad when punching it in.number pad (similar to the ''Rugrats'' example above.)
1st Dec '15 6:38:31 PM DrFraud
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* The side of a tow truck in ''Delicious 4: Emily's Taste of Fame'' says "Call 555 TOW TOW."
3rd Nov '15 2:41:22 PM mhnospa
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scream queens KLJ phone number
* Averted by ''Sreies/SexAndTheCity''. The producers signed up for real phone numbers to use onscreen so they could avoid this trope.
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* Averted by ''Sreies/SexAndTheCity''. ''Series/SexAndTheCity''. The producers signed up for real phone numbers to use onscreen so they could avoid this trope.trope. * ''Series/ScreamQueens2015'' has a security guard who tells her charges that if they need her, to call '''1-866-KLJ-0199'''.
2nd Nov '15 6:38:56 AM Jeduthun
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See also LoggingOntoTheFourthWall for the website equivalent. Whatever you do, don't confuse this with [[NumberOfTheBeast 666]], though bonus points for works where that's the area code for TheDevil.
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See also LoggingOntoTheFourthWall for the website equivalent. Whatever you do, don't confuse this with [[NumberOfTheBeast 666]], SixSixSix, though bonus points for works where that's the area code for TheDevil.
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