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20th Oct '17 8:59:20 AM Daeolus
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--> The problem, Mr. Fudd, is that you've been having a subliminal effect on everyone in the factory. We're proud of our product, Mr. Fudd, and there's now company in the world that makes a finer [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome skwoo dwivuh]]... Dang! now you got me doing it!

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--> The problem, Mr. Fudd, is that you've been having a subliminal effect on everyone in the factory. We're proud of our product, Mr. Fudd, and there's now no company in the world that makes a finer [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome skwoo dwivuh]]... Dang! now you got me doing it!
20th Oct '17 8:58:42 AM Daeolus
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--> The problem, Mr. Fudd, is that you've been having a subliminal effect on everyone in the factory. You know no one else makes a finer [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome skwoo dwivuh]]... dang! now you have me doing it!

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--> The problem, Mr. Fudd, is that you've been having a subliminal effect on everyone in the factory. You know no one else We're proud of our product, Mr. Fudd, and there's now company in the world that makes a finer [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome skwoo dwivuh]]... dang! Dang! now you have got me doing it!
20th Oct '17 8:56:17 AM Daeolus
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--> You're an excellent worker, Mr. Fudd, but there is a problem. You've been having a subliminal effect on the staff here. You know no one else makes a finer [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome skwoo dwivuh]]... dang! now you have me doing it!

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--> You're an excellent worker, The problem, Mr. Fudd, but there is a problem. You've that you've been having a subliminal effect on everyone in the staff here.factory. You know no one else makes a finer [[ElmuhFuddSyndwome skwoo dwivuh]]... dang! now you have me doing it!
15th Oct '17 9:27:16 AM lipranzer
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* In the fourth season of ''Series/TheWire'', Prez is watching some of his students play poker during lunch, and one of them gets a flush, telling Michael it beats three of a kind. Michael asks Prez, "It do?" Pres initially responds, "It do," before correcting himself; "It does."
23rd Sep '17 11:39:06 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The {{Xanth}} novels feature a demoness named Metria who can be identified no matter what form she takes by her odd speech patterns; she has a tendency to mispronounce a word, then clarify by listing synonyms until the person she is talking to guesses what she meant. On a number of occasions, the roles have been reversed with whoever is talking to her unconsciously adopting this trait.

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* The {{Xanth}} Literature/{{Xanth}} novels feature a demoness named Metria who can be identified no matter what form she takes by her odd speech patterns; she has a tendency to mispronounce a word, then clarify by listing synonyms until the person she is talking to guesses what she meant. On a number of occasions, the roles have been reversed with whoever is talking to her unconsciously adopting this trait.
16th Sep '17 12:30:01 AM Daeolus
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--->'''Mrs. Morris''': In a world where divorce is as common as a grain of sand... Oh shit, now the asshole's got me doing it!

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--->'''Mrs. Morris''': I just can't take it anymore. In a world where divorce is as common as a grain of sand... Oh shit, god, now the asshole's got me doing it!
15th Sep '17 11:02:49 AM Korados
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GotMeDoingIt refers to effects on other characters in the work in question. Some readers/viewers may find certain speech mannerisms infectious enough to pop up in their RealLife mouths; this effect is much more EarWorm country. Of course, if your latest bout of Creator/StephenKing reading has resulted in you saying ''thankee-sai'' to the teller at the bank or the checkout girl, please consider what the Universe may be trying to tell you. The proper terms for these phenomena are echolalia for speaking mannerisms and echopraxia for physical mannerisms.

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GotMeDoingIt Got Me Doing It refers to effects on other characters in the work in question. Some readers/viewers may find certain speech mannerisms infectious enough to pop up in their RealLife mouths; this effect is much more EarWorm country. Of course, if your latest bout of Creator/StephenKing reading has resulted in you saying ''thankee-sai'' to the teller at the bank or the checkout girl, please consider what the Universe may be trying to tell you. The proper terms for these phenomena are echolalia for speaking mannerisms and echopraxia for physical mannerisms.
6th Sep '17 12:13:55 PM Kingler
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* [[ExploitedTrope Weaponized]] in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAngryBeavers''. The titular duo face off against an evil magical yak (a homage to ''Literature/TheCatInTheHat'') who [[RhymesOnADime speaks entirely in rhyme]]. Picking up on his rhyming habit, even by accident, [[ViralTransformation magically turns the speaker]] into one of the Yak's fluffy, harmless, Seussian slaves.
20th Aug '17 6:01:58 AM Daeolus
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Later, his wife is divorcing him and when asked why, replies;

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Later, **Later, his wife is divorcing him and when asked why, replies;
12th Aug '17 3:43:02 AM Arivne
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} 1973''/74 episode "The Balloon People". Dr. Noah Tall's assistant Twisty has been using {{Spoonerism}}s throughout the episode, and by the end Dr. Tall is using them too.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}} 1973''/74 ''WesternAnimation/{{Superfriends}}'' 1973/74 episode "The Balloon People". Dr. Noah Tall's assistant Twisty has been using {{Spoonerism}}s throughout the episode, and by the end Dr. Tall is using them too.
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