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18th Oct '16 6:50:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* The circumstances in an episode of ''TheRaccoons'' forced [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Cyril Sneer]] at one point to throw wads of bills into the furnace of a steam train to keep it moving, prompting him to state that he'd heard of 'burning money'...

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\n* The circumstances in an episode of ''TheRaccoons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheRaccoons'' forced [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Cyril Sneer]] at one point to throw wads of bills into the furnace of a steam train to keep it moving, prompting him to state that he'd heard of 'burning money'...
18th Oct '16 6:49:31 AM Morgenthaler
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16th Aug '16 12:31:47 PM megarockman
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* One of the many rumored resting places of the Teamsters Union leader Jimmy Hoffa was underneath one of the end zones at the old Giants Stadium in [[UsefulNotes/NewJersey the Meadowlands]] (Hoffa disappeared while the stadium was under construction), which led a 2001 ''Sports Illustrated'' article to quip that "[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punter_(football)#Coffin_corner coffin corner]]" takes on a special meaning there. (For the record, ''LiveActionTV/{{Mythbusters}}'' found no evidence of any human remains there when they tried it out in 2003.)
9th Jul '16 1:27:01 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''Film/Tremors2Aftershocks'', Earl comments that the wide array of weapons, ammo and survival gear that Burt brought with him "[[CrazyPrepared puts a whole new shine on the word 'overkill',"]] to which Burt quips back that "When you ''need'' it, and you don't ''got'' it, you sing a different tune." By the end of the movie, [[ProperlyParanoid Burt ends up needing and using every last bit of the stuff he brought]].

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* In ''Film/Tremors2Aftershocks'', Earl comments that the wide array of weapons, ammo and survival gear that Burt brought with him "[[CrazyPrepared puts a whole brand new shine on the word 'overkill',"]] to which Burt quips back that "When you ''need'' it, and you don't ''got'' it, you sing a different tune." By the end of the movie, [[ProperlyParanoid Burt ends up needing and using every last bit of the stuff he brought]].
9th Jul '16 1:25:59 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* In ''Film/Tremors2Aftershocks'', Earl comments that the wide array of weapons, ammo and survival gear that Burt brought with him "[[CrazyPrepared gives a whole new meaning to the word 'overkill',"]] to which Burt quips back that "When you ''need'' it, and you don't ''got'' it, you sing a different tune." By the end of the movie, [[ProperlyParanoid Burt ends up needing and using every last bit of the stuff he brought]].

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* In ''Film/Tremors2Aftershocks'', Earl comments that the wide array of weapons, ammo and survival gear that Burt brought with him "[[CrazyPrepared gives puts a whole new meaning to shine on the word 'overkill',"]] to which Burt quips back that "When you ''need'' it, and you don't ''got'' it, you sing a different tune." By the end of the movie, [[ProperlyParanoid Burt ends up needing and using every last bit of the stuff he brought]].
23rd Oct '15 9:32:55 PM Karxrida
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Often used in a punny or DoubleEntendre manner, something is described as giving a whole meaning to a particular expression. An alternative version is "I've heard of X, ButThisIsRidiculous."

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Often used in a punny or DoubleEntendre manner, something is described as giving a whole meaning to a particular expression. An alternative version is "I've heard of X, ButThisIsRidiculous."
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18th Oct '15 3:18:04 AM Morgenthaler
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*** So why put it i- [[StealthPun Oh!]] [[DontExplainTheJoke Mobile home!]] Gotcha!
18th Oct '15 3:17:53 AM Morgenthaler
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* BallsOfFury: "Gives '[[Film/TheKarateKid wax on]]' a whole new mea-" (gets cut off by her father).

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* BallsOfFury: ''Film/BallsOfFury'': "Gives '[[Film/TheKarateKid wax on]]' a whole new mea-" (gets cut off by her father).



* In ''ThirdRockFromTheSun'', a critic describes Dick's performance in ''Romeo and Juliet'' as "Giving a whole new meaning to the word 'tragedy'". Dick decides to quit acting after this - he was so successful he redefined a whole artform, any more would compromise the mission.

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* In ''ThirdRockFromTheSun'', ''Series/ThirdRockFromTheSun'', a critic describes Dick's performance in ''Romeo and Juliet'' as "Giving a whole new meaning to the word 'tragedy'". Dick decides to quit acting after this - he was so successful he redefined a whole artform, any more would compromise the mission.



** ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' made a joke about the same term; after a British pub that replaced the Drunken Clam burns down, the reporter on the scene holds up a scorched picture of Elizabeth II, saying it gives a new meaning to the phrase "check out that flaming queen".

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** * ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' made a joke about the same term; after a British pub that replaced the Drunken Clam burns down, the reporter on the scene holds up a scorched picture of Elizabeth II, saying it gives a new meaning to the phrase "check out that flaming queen".
17th Apr '15 8:28:28 PM nombretomado
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* It isn't an episode of ''{{Smallville}}'' without Chloe and/or Lois saying this at least once.
* The PoliceProcedural, or at least ''{{CSI}}'', seems to favor this kind of OneLiner.
** In ''[[CSINewYork CSI: NY]]'', Maka gives a OneLiner regarding a bride who died before her wedding: "Gives a whole new meaning to the term 'cold feet'" in "Til Death do we Part."
** In ''CSIMiami'', "Breathless," Alexx quips "Gives a whole new meaning to the term 'Members Only'" after... well the context is unknown, but apparently nicotine got inside someone's penis, presumably a corpse's.
** Does ''not'' occur in a ''[[CSINewYork New York]]'' episode where a house is literally moved by road and transported across the East River.

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* It isn't an episode of ''{{Smallville}}'' ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' without Chloe and/or Lois saying this at least once.
* The PoliceProcedural, or at least ''{{CSI}}'', ''Series/{{CSI}}'', seems to favor this kind of OneLiner.
** In ''[[CSINewYork CSI: NY]]'', ''Series/{{CSI NY}}'', Maka gives a OneLiner regarding a bride who died before her wedding: "Gives a whole new meaning to the term 'cold feet'" in "Til Death do we Part."
** In ''CSIMiami'', ''Series/CSIMiami'', "Breathless," Alexx quips "Gives a whole new meaning to the term 'Members Only'" after... well the context is unknown, but apparently nicotine got inside someone's penis, presumably a corpse's.
** Does ''not'' occur in a ''[[CSINewYork ''[[Series/{{CSINY}} New York]]'' episode where a house is literally moved by road and transported across the East River.
28th Mar '15 6:42:03 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{The Simpsons}}'', as the queen catches fire Lenny takes it upon himself to yell "It gives a whole new meaning to the term 'Flaming Queen!"
** ''FamilyGuy'' made a joke about the same term; after a British pub that replaced the Drunken Clam burns down, the reporter on the scene holds up a scorched picture of Elizabeth II, saying it gives a new meaning to the phrase "check out that flaming queen".

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* ''{{The ''WesternAnimation/{{The Simpsons}}'', as the queen catches fire Lenny takes it upon himself to yell "It gives a whole new meaning to the term 'Flaming Queen!"
** ''FamilyGuy'' ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' made a joke about the same term; after a British pub that replaced the Drunken Clam burns down, the reporter on the scene holds up a scorched picture of Elizabeth II, saying it gives a new meaning to the phrase "check out that flaming queen".
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