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21st Nov '17 5:18:48 PM Adept
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->''"Don't listen to that guy. He's trying to lead you down the path of righteousness! ''I'm'' gonna lead you down the path that '''[[EvilIsCool rocks]]!'''"''

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->''"Don't listen to that guy. He's trying to lead you down the path of righteousness! ''I'm'' gonna lead you down the path that '''[[EvilIsCool rocks]]!'''"'''''rocks!'''"''
10th Sep '17 10:49:06 PM TheBigBopper
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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (the conflicted '' character's'' left, or [[ASinisterClue "sinister"]]) shoulder. Alternatively, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized people on either side of the conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.

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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (the conflicted '' character's'' left, or [[ASinisterClue "sinister"]]) shoulder. Alternatively, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear manifest as life-sized people on either side of the conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.
10th Sep '17 10:48:25 PM TheBigBopper
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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Alternatively, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized people on either side of the conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.

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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' (the conflicted '' character's'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) "sinister"]]) shoulder. Alternatively, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized people on either side of the conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.
10th Sep '17 10:45:53 PM TheBigBopper
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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Alternately, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized people on either side of the conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.

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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Alternately, Alternatively, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized people on either side of the conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.
10th Sep '17 10:45:19 PM TheBigBopper
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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Alternately, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized figures next to the guy rather than miniatures on his shoulders.

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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Alternately, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil may appear as life-sized figures next to people on either side of the guy conflicted character rather than as miniatures on his shoulders.
10th Sep '17 10:43:41 PM TheBigBopper
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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Sometimes, like in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil are full people in the room rather than miniatures on shoulders.

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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Sometimes, like Alternately, as in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil are full people in may appear as life-sized figures next to the room guy rather than miniatures on his shoulders.
12th Nov '16 7:23:16 PM Monolaf317
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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Sometimes, like in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil are full people in the room rather than miniatures on shoulders.

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When someone wrestles with a temptation, two miniature versions of himself, an Angel and a Devil, sit on each shoulder and try to pull him in different directions. The Devil will invariably be on the left (or (''your'' left, or [[ASinisterClue sinister]]) shoulder. Sometimes, like in ''Series/FullHouse'' ("The Devil Made Me Do It"), the Angel and the Devil are full people in the room rather than miniatures on shoulders.



8th Nov '16 2:37:01 PM Tacitus
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* In the ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'' short featuring [[OneManArmy Sly]] [[ScreamingWarrior Marbo]], tiny demonic and angelic versions of Sly appear when he's confronted with a SadisticChoice. Their advice? [[spoiler:[[ScreamingWarrior "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!"]]]]
10th Oct '16 3:13:14 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Expect a female character's Devil to dress all {{Stripperiffic}}, to {{invoke|dTrope}} EvilIsSexy, HornyDevils and SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains. If a character is particularly bad, it's common is to give them ''two'' Devils (and visa versa for particularly good characters). Another is for the devil to kill, injure or incapacitate the angel, leaving only the devil as counsel ([[KnightTemplar or vice]] [[GoodIsNotNice versa]]). Sometimes the devil for a male character mentions that the Angel wears a "dress." ("It's a ''robe''.") It is far less common for the angel to tell the devil to PleasePutSomeClothesOn. As the conversation among the three progresses, it may drift away from anything to do with good or evil which resembles a SeinfeldianConversation involving {{Metaphorgotten}} or SidetrackedByTheAnalogy.

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Expect a female character's Devil to dress all {{Stripperiffic}}, to {{invoke|dTrope}} EvilIsSexy, HornyDevils HornyDevils, HotAsHell, and SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains. If a character is particularly bad, it's common is to give them ''two'' Devils (and visa versa for particularly good characters). Another is for the devil to kill, injure or incapacitate the angel, leaving only the devil as counsel ([[KnightTemplar or vice]] [[GoodIsNotNice versa]]). Sometimes the devil for a male character mentions that the Angel wears a "dress." ("It's a ''robe''.") It is far less common for the angel to tell the devil to PleasePutSomeClothesOn. As the conversation among the three progresses, it may drift away from anything to do with good or evil which resembles a SeinfeldianConversation involving {{Metaphorgotten}} or SidetrackedByTheAnalogy.
16th Mar '16 4:54:09 AM StarTropes
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* A variation comes up in a Creator/RonWhite comedy bit where he [[YourCheatingHeart cheats on his wife]] with a woman he meets in Ohio after not having sex in three months. As it turns out, the shoulder devil isn't necessary.
--> '''Ron:''' And you know that little guy that sits on your shoulder and reminds you of your prior commitments and your moral fortitude? I didn't hear a peep out of that guy. He hadn't been laid in three months either. He was speechless for twenty minutes; then he was like, "Suck her titties!" "I was gonna!" I'm having a three-way with my conscience. As soon as the whole thing's over, he's back at his post. "That was '''WRONG''', mister!" "Hey, twenty minutes ago, you were beatin' off on my shoulder, Monkey Boy."
** This gets illustrated in Ron White's book ''I Had the Right to Remain Silent...But I Didn't Have the Ability'' with Devil!Ron egging him on while Angel!Ron conspicuously does nothing.
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