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20th Aug '16 10:59:56 AM Eddy1215
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-->Bakura: Everyone seems to have gone all rhymey!
-->Tristan: Shut the hell up you stupid limey!

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-->Bakura: -->'''Bakura''': Everyone seems to have gone all rhymey!
-->Tristan: -->'''Tristan''': Shut the hell up you stupid limey!



-->Professor Crowler: They think they can beat Para and Dox? They're no better than dirty socks! Ha! Now they've got ''me'' doing it!

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-->Professor Crowler: -->'''Professor Crowler''': They think they can beat Para and Dox? They're no better than dirty socks! Ha! Now they've got ''me'' doing it!



* Touya from ''CardcaptorSakura'' joins in on Sakura's "Hoeee?!!" VerbalTic when Sakura's asked to be in his classmate's student film.

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* Touya from ''CardcaptorSakura'' ''Anime/CardcaptorSakura'' joins in on Sakura's "Hoeee?!!" VerbalTic when Sakura's asked to be in his classmate's student film.
1st Jul '16 1:45:22 AM PaulA
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* There's no better way to describe the impact of Caalador's bad fake accent on the main characters in ''TheTamuli''. It seems that Sparhawk is one of the few who's immune - even [[LadyOfWar Mirtai]] begins a-doin' it.
** This happens to a lesser extent in ''TheMalloreon'' with an old prospector (and the same country hick accent).

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* Creator/DavidEddings:
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There's no better way to describe the impact of Caalador's bad fake accent on the main characters in ''TheTamuli''. ''Literature/TheTamuli''. It seems that Sparhawk is one of the few who's immune - even immune--even [[LadyOfWar Mirtai]] begins a-doin' it.
** This happens to a lesser extent in ''TheMalloreon'' ''Literature/TheMalloreon'' with an old prospector (and the same country hick accent).
30th Apr '16 4:12:35 PM pacealot
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* If you spend a lot of time around a friend who uses an unusual slang term (or one you just don't use very much), sooner or later, you ''will'' catch yourself using it, even if said friend isn't around.

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* If you spend a lot of time around a friend who uses an unusual slang term (or one you just don't use very much), sooner or later, you ''will'' catch yourself using it, even if said that friend isn't around.
7th Apr '16 7:34:14 PM TheCuza
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* [[TheSmartGuy Dex]] of ''VideoGame/{{Saints Row|1}}'' constantly has to correct his fellow gang members when they constantly refer to a rival gang as "the Los Carnales", since "los" is Spanish for "the", so they're saying "[[DepartmentOfReduncancyDepartment the The Carnales]]". During a later Carnales mission, he starts saying it too.

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* [[TheSmartGuy Dex]] of ''VideoGame/{{Saints Row|1}}'' constantly has to correct his fellow gang members when they constantly refer to a rival gang as "the Los Carnales", since "los" is Spanish for "the", so they're saying "[[DepartmentOfReduncancyDepartment "[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment the The Carnales]]". During a later Carnales mission, he starts saying it too.
7th Apr '16 7:32:28 PM TheCuza
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* [[TheSmartGuy Dex]] of ''VideoGame/{{Saints Row|1}}'' constantly has to correct his fellow gang members when they say "The Los Carnales"([[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Los" is Spanish for "The" so they're basically saying "The the Carnales".]]) During a later Carnales mission, he starts saying it too.
-->'''Dex:''' So what are we gonna do about The Los Carnales? ...Damn it, now you got me saying it.

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* [[TheSmartGuy Dex]] of ''VideoGame/{{Saints Row|1}}'' constantly has to correct his fellow gang members when they say "The constantly refer to a rival gang as "the Los Carnales"([[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment "Los" Carnales", since "los" is Spanish for "The" "the", so they're basically saying "The "[[DepartmentOfReduncancyDepartment the Carnales".]]) The Carnales]]". During a later Carnales mission, he starts saying it too.
-->'''Dex:''' So what are we gonna do about The the Los Carnales? ...Damn it, now you got me saying it.
7th Apr '16 7:28:11 PM TheCuza
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* Used a couple times in the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' series. If someone has a VerbalTic, it won't be long until it's copied by someone else. Director Hotti gets Phoenix to insert some "hmm, yes" into his speech patterns, Ron [=DeLite=] makes other characters [-trail off-] [--into--] [---nothing...---], and Maya and Phoenix pick up Luke Atmey's "Zvarri!" (only used occasionally though).

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* Used a couple times in the ''Franchise/AceAttorney'' series. If someone has a VerbalTic, it won't be long until it's copied by someone else. "[[BlatantLies Director Hotti Hotti]]" gets Phoenix to insert some "hmm, yes" into his speech patterns, Ron [=DeLite=] makes other characters [-trail off-] [--into--] [---nothing...---], and Maya and Phoenix pick up Luke Atmey's "Zvarri!" (only used occasionally though).
7th Apr '16 7:25:28 PM TheCuza
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* In ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'', while interrogating the Mad Hatter and trying to get him to [[RhymesOnADime stop the annoying rhyming]], Officer Cash accidentally rhymes with him.
-->'''Cash:''' Tea party's over, freak. Start talking.\\
'''Mad Hatter:''' As you can see, I'm balking. Bring me Batman, or the Hatter is walking.\\
'''Cash:''' I give the orders here, not you.\\
'''Mad Hatter:''' And you'll have three dead cops by the time I'm through.\\
'''Cash:''' We'll see about that, now quit with the rhymes!\\
'''Mad Hatter:''' Then let me talk to the Bat, and I'll confess my crimes. ''[chuckles]'' Sorry.\\
'''Cash:''' Talk, god damn it!\\
'''Mad Hatter:''' Now, now, Officer, you mistake me for a snitch.\\
'''Cash:''' Where are they, you little son of a bitch?!\\
'''Mad Hatter:''' ''[laughs]'' That certainly scratched ''my'' itch.
15th Mar '16 1:19:19 PM Eddy1215
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** George again, in "The Betrayal", picks up a habit of saying "you can stuff your sorries in a sack, mister." Because the episode runs backwards, it's not until the end of the episode that we learn that he picked it up from [[spoiler:Susan when she was still alive.]]

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** George again, in "The Betrayal", picks up a habit of saying "you "You can stuff your sorries in a sorry sack, mister." Because the episode runs backwards, it's not until the end of the episode that we learn that he picked it up from [[spoiler:Susan when she was still alive.]]
15th Mar '16 11:41:32 AM case
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* [[{{Seinfeld}} George is gettin' upset!]]

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* [[{{Seinfeld}} ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'':
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George starts imitating Jimmy's ThirdPersonPerson tic, which even carries over to later episodes. "George is gettin' upset!]]getting upset!"



** George again, in "The Betrayal", picks up a habit of saying "you can stuff your sorries in a sack, mister." Because the episode runs backwards, it's not until the end of the episode that we learn that he picked it up from [[spoiler:Susan when she was still alive.]]



* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'':
** George starts imitating Jimmy's ThirdPersonPerson tic, which even carries over to later episodes. "George is getting upset!"
** George again, in "The Betrayal", picks up a habit of saying "you can stuff your sorries in a sack, mister." Because the episode runs backwards, it's not until the end of the episode that we learn that he picked it up from [[spoiler:Susan when she was still alive.]]
15th Mar '16 11:38:47 AM case
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* ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'':
** George starts imitating Jimmy's ThirdPersonPerson tic, which even carries over to later episodes. "George is getting upset!"
** George again, in "The Betrayal", picks up a habit of saying "you can stuff your sorries in a sack, mister." Because the episode runs backwards, it's not until the end of the episode that we learn that he picked it up from [[spoiler:Susan when she was still alive.]]
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