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6th Dec '16 9:14:37 PM Willbyr
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2nd Nov '16 8:41:52 PM Pilomotor
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* More [[HilarityEnsues hilariously]], ''Series/{{Reno911}}'' did this with a drug sting.

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* More [[HilarityEnsues hilariously]], ''Series/{{Reno911}}'' did this with a drug sting. One of the protagonists suspected a store was secretly selling drugs, and tried to get the cashier to admit it without explicitly asking for drugs. The cashier was secretly an undercover cop, and was playing dumb to try to get the protagonist to explicitly ask for drugs.
1st Nov '16 7:56:22 PM Ambaryerno
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* Reportedly [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Bonny Anne Bonny]], a pirate famous for disguising herself as a man, once became attracted to another pirate on her crew. She revealed her secret to the pirate and tried to flirt with him at which point she was shocked to discover that said pirate was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Read Mary Read]], ''another'' pirate famous for being a woman disguised as a man. This was rather awkward to say the least.

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* Reportedly [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Bonny Anne Bonny]], a pirate famous for disguising herself as a man, once became attracted to another pirate on her crew. She revealed her secret to the pirate and tried to flirt with him at which point she was shocked to discover that said pirate was [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mary_Read Mary Read]], ''another'' pirate famous for being a woman disguised as a man. This was rather awkward to say the least. Although it's alternately said that Bonny knew all along that Read was a woman, and only Bonny's lover (and captain) Calico Jack Rackham was fooled.
19th Oct '16 8:40:34 PM NaraNumas
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** Similarly, Spongebob once tried to disguise as Mister Krabs when he molted his shell so he wouldn't look like a sissy in front of his old buddies; once Mister Krabs makes his confession, the others all reveal that they, too, had something to hide.

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** Similarly, Spongebob once tried to disguise as Mister Krabs when he molted his shell so he wouldn't look like a sissy in front of his old buddies; once Mister Krabs makes his confession, the others all reveal that they, too, had something to hide.hide (And Mr. Krabs points out that their embarrassing secrets are permanent, while his shell will grow back soon).
2nd Oct '16 5:50:57 AM alspawn
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* In ''Literature/MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' by Creator/AgathaChristie, Poirot has to determine which of the twelve train passengers performed a revenge killing in the night. The solution is that they all did it.
26th Sep '16 9:12:57 PM KhymChanur
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25th Sep '16 5:07:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* In one of Alan Moore's ''Future Shocks'' stories, a werewolf is loose on a spaceship and plans to feast on all the unsuspecting humans within. Naturally, every person on the vessel turns out to be a werewolf, to their consternation. It's implied that Earth came up with this as a means of getting rid of all the supernatural beings in their midst; the passengers shown boarding another ship at the end are all plainly vampires in PaperThinDisguise.

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* In one of Alan Moore's ''Future Shocks'' ''ComicBook/ThargsFutureShocks'' stories, a werewolf is loose on a spaceship and plans to feast on all the unsuspecting humans within. Naturally, every person on the vessel turns out to be a werewolf, to their consternation. It's implied that Earth came up with this as a means of getting rid of all the supernatural beings in their midst; the passengers shown boarding another ship at the end are all plainly vampires in PaperThinDisguise.
23rd Aug '16 3:02:52 AM Morgenthaler
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* Wiki/{{Conservapedia}}. Trying to separate the trolls from the genuine maniacs is a MindScrew of a task, not helped by the fact that people are judged there mostly by how much they suck up to the site's SmallNameBigEgo founder. One time, the wiki's creator decided to purge a large amount of the accounts. It's been said that he banned all the legitimate users, but kept the trolls. This overlaps with PoesLaw.
21st Aug '16 12:01:22 PM nombretomado
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* In the ECComics Science-Fiction [=SuspenStory=] "Infiltration," a secret U.S. government agency for ferreting out Martian invaders who use hypnotic screens to disguise themselves as human beings discovers that it has been infiltrated by an alien. It turns out the agency is actually controlled by Martians, who are all too glad to rid themselves of the Earth "alien" in their midst.

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* In the ECComics Creator/ECComics Science-Fiction [=SuspenStory=] "Infiltration," a secret U.S. government agency for ferreting out Martian invaders who use hypnotic screens to disguise themselves as human beings discovers that it has been infiltrated by an alien. It turns out the agency is actually controlled by Martians, who are all too glad to rid themselves of the Earth "alien" in their midst.
20th Aug '16 11:30:22 PM Korodzik
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation story "[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/everyone-knows Everyone Knows]]", where it turns out that TheMasquerade no longer matters because ''everyone'' are involved with at least one organization dealing with the paranormal. Well, everyone but one person.
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