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28th Jul '16 4:54:31 PM LadyYuki
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* In [[http://www.gocomics.com/garfield/1983/06/13 this]] strip, ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' attempts to have a singing and dancing mouse that he's been training for four years perform for the reader, only to discover he forgot to cut air holes in the mouse's box.
24th Jun '16 5:58:32 PM Eddy1215
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Compare ItWorksBetterWithBullets, ForWantOfANail, and RealityEnsues. Contrast InfiniteSupplies, OffscreenVillainDarkMatter, PerpetualMotionMonster. A subtrope and subversion of CrazyPrepared.

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Compare ItWorksBetterWithBullets, ForWantOfANail, and RealityEnsues. Contrast InfiniteSupplies, OffscreenVillainDarkMatter, PerpetualMotionMonster. A good source of MookDepletion. A subtrope and subversion of CrazyPrepared.
15th Jun '16 9:29:21 AM Jdb1984
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* [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=1 As did]] ''Webcomic/VGCats''.

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* ** [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=1 As did]] ''Webcomic/VGCats''.
7th May '16 5:16:29 PM Reymma
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* [[BonusBoss Bonetail]] of ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' is subverts, in that despite being reduced to a fossilized skeleton after a millenium of neglect, he is still an undead beast and the most powerful enemy in the game.

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* [[BonusBoss Bonetail]] of ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' is subverts, a subversion, in that despite being reduced to a fossilized skeleton after a millenium of neglect, he is still an undead beast and the most powerful enemy in the game.



* Subverted in ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', as EvilOverlord Xykon responds to his minions' complaints of not being paid/fed/whatever by killing them and raising them as zombies. Because they're just as strong, and cheaper to feed.
11th Jan '16 7:20:30 PM sgamer82
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* In the ''Podcast/ThrillingAdventureHour'' episode "Sarcophagus Now", Frank and Sadie Doyle visit an ancient pyramid where, among the death traps, is a room with hundreds of snakes. It would be quite frightening, were it not for the fact the snakes have been dead a very long time.

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* In the ''Podcast/ThrillingAdventureHour'' ''Podcast/TheThrillingAdventureHour'' episode "Sarcophagus Now", Frank and Sadie Doyle visit an ancient pyramid where, among the death traps, is a room with hundreds of snakes. It would be quite frightening, were it not for the fact the snakes have been dead a very long time.
6th Jan '16 4:51:09 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* The reason the Rancor was such a vicious beast in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' was not because anyone ''forgot'' to feed it; Jabba was keeping it hungry ''on purpose'' so it would unleash its rage out on victims more. While it certainly did so, Malakai the Rancor Keeper (he was the fat guy who was so upset when Luke killed it) knew this was a bad idea, but his pleas to feed it more often were ignored by his employer. When it was killed, he blamed Jabba for it completely.
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5th Dec '15 8:46:20 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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--> '''Keydar''': Dude, you know you have to like, feed those things, right?

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--> '''Keydar''': '''Krom''': Dude, you know you have to like, feed those things, right?
24th Nov '15 3:39:25 PM Akiko-infinity
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* In ''Literature/GoodOmens'', the angel Aziraphale finds a dead bird lurking in his old, disused magician's coat. Oddly, it's the demon Crowley who restores the bird's life and sets it free.
6th Oct '15 12:56:11 PM ultimomant
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* Mentioned in ''Fanfic/TheTwoSidesOfDaringDo''. While exploring an ancient temple, the heroes avoid a trap that would have dropped them into a SharkPool. AK Yearling asks how in the world the sharks are still alive.
16th Sep '15 11:22:17 AM NemoSpecific
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* The reason the Rancor was such a vicious beast in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' was not because anyone ''forgot'' to feed it; Jabba was keeping it hungry ''on purpose'' so it would unleash it rage out on victims more. While it certainly did so, Malakai the Rancor Keeper (he was the fat guy who was so upset when Luke killed it) knew this was a bad idea, but his pleas to feed it more often were ignored by his employer. When it was killed, he blamed Jabba for it completely.

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* The reason the Rancor was such a vicious beast in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' was not because anyone ''forgot'' to feed it; Jabba was keeping it hungry ''on purpose'' so it would unleash it its rage out on victims more. While it certainly did so, Malakai the Rancor Keeper (he was the fat guy who was so upset when Luke killed it) knew this was a bad idea, but his pleas to feed it more often were ignored by his employer. When it was killed, he blamed Jabba for it completely.
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