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8th Oct '17 7:21:32 PM DrFraud
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** Chapter 17 reveals that [[HiddenDepths Joy has one too]], through a PocketDimension that acts as a window contained in her room in Headquaters..

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** Chapter 17 reveals that [[HiddenDepths Joy has one too]], through a PocketDimension that acts as a window contained in her room in Headquaters..Headquarters.
* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10531945/23/I-Don-t-Want-to-be-a-Hero I Don't Want to Be a Hero]]'' Harry's is a hut on a white sand beach.
29th Aug '17 12:40:48 PM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has Sanguine, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince]] of [[FunPersonified Debauchery]] and [[TheHedonist Hedonism]], and his "[[EldritchLocation Myriad Realms of Revelry]]". His Realms constantly reform to become the pleasure paradise of whoever is visiting.
26th Aug '17 8:33:00 AM ironballs16
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** We later find out why Jaime advised this in particular. In his youth, Jaime was a knight sworn to protect a very insane, sadistic king. In particular, he was ForcedToWatch while said king killed innocent people in horrific ways, and could not reconcile his honour (which demanded he serve the king faithfully) with his conscience. Thus, he used this trope frequently (the thing he visualized, in particular, was being safe and happy with Cersei, his lover.) However, when the king announced his intention to ''burn everyone in the capital city to death,'' just to spite those coming to conquer it, Jaime was so completely horrified that he could not stand by. That's why he's known as the Kingslayer when the books begin, and reviled as a traitor without honour. He comments later to Brienne on the irony of being despised by so many for his finest act.

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** We later find out why Jaime advised this in particular. In his youth, Jaime was a knight sworn to protect a very insane, sadistic king. In particular, he was ForcedToWatch while said king killed innocent people in horrific ways, and could not reconcile his honour (which demanded he serve the king faithfully) with his conscience. Thus, he used this trope frequently (the thing he visualized, in particular, was being safe and happy with Cersei, his lover.) However, when the king announced his intention to ''burn everyone in the capital city to death,'' just to spite those coming to conquer it, Jaime was so completely horrified that he could not stand by. That's why he's known as the Kingslayer when the books begin, and reviled as a traitor without honour. He comments later to Brienne on the irony of being despised by so many for his finest act.act, ''especially'' as it was Ned Stark, the exemplar of HonorBeforeReason, that assumed the worst of Jaime when he came upon the scene.
27th Jul '17 11:06:10 AM VicGeorge2011
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* The Guiding Tree of the Great Forest, which is part of the Talaxian afterlife which Neelix tells Naomi Wildman before she goes to bed in the ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' episode "Mortal Coil", becomes this for Naomi at the end of the episode.
11th Jun '17 2:27:42 PM WillBGood
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-->'''Diaz:''' I'm in a cabin, in the middle of nowhere. [[AloneWithThePsycho Inside it's just me, and that stupid slimy defense attorney.]] ''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown And I'm beating the hell out of him.]]'' [[ImprovisedWeapon I break a dining table over his head.]] [[AnArmAndALeg Then I rip off his arm]] [[AssShove and shove it where the sun don't shine.]] [[ArtisticLicenseBiology Then I reach down his throat]] - [[CrossesTheLineTwice and shake his hand.]]

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-->'''Diaz:''' I'm in a cabin, in the middle of nowhere. [[AloneWithThePsycho Inside it's just me, and that stupid slimy defense attorney.]] attorney. ''[[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown And I'm beating the hell out of him.]]'' [[ImprovisedWeapon I break a dining table over his head.]] [[AnArmAndALeg head. Then I rip off his arm]] arm [[AssShove and shove it where the sun don't shine.]] [[ArtisticLicenseBiology Then I reach down his throat]] throat - [[CrossesTheLineTwice and shake his hand.]]
13th May '17 2:41:36 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Petergeist", Stewie's Happy Place is being on {{MTV}}'s ''Series/{{Jackass}}'', kicking his father's ass.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' episode "Petergeist", Stewie's Happy Place is being on {{MTV}}'s Creator/{{MTV}}'s ''Series/{{Jackass}}'', kicking his father's ass.
22nd Mar '17 7:18:55 PM rossbparks
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* In ''Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017'', Gaston's Happy Place is revealed to be widows during the war.
20th Feb '17 4:03:39 AM darrenr
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* The radio version of ''Series/LittleBritain'' has a recurring sketch of a masseur who attempts to relax a very uptight client with various, horrifically inappropriate, methods, including a whale music CD which ends with the whales being slaughtered. In one episode, the masseur suggests thinking happy thoughts, though his idea of 'happy' involves a weeping old man being pushed down a hill in a wheelie bin by stone-throwing children.
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23rd Dec '16 11:44:51 PM Grug
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* ''Film/InsideOut'': During the end credits, we go into the heads of various real-world characters to see their emotional characters. The Bus Driver's emotions (all different colors of Anger) attempt to go to their "Happy Place" to deal with frustrating traffic and calls up a memory, only for the [[Main/EarWorm Double-Mint Gum jingle to be sent instead]]. Cue all of them going berserk.



* ''Film/InsideOut'': During the end credits, we go into the heads of various real-world characters to see their emotional characters. The Bus Driver's emotions (all different colors of Anger) attempt to go to their "Happy Place" to deal with frustrating traffic and calls up a memory, only for the [[Main/EarWorm Double-Mint Gum jingle to be sent instead]]. Cue all of them going berserk.
23rd Dec '16 11:44:14 PM Grug
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* ''Film/InsideOut'': During the end credits, we go into the heads of various real-world characters to see their emotional characters. The Bus Driver's emotions (all different colors of Anger) attempt to go to their "Happy Place" to deal with frustrating traffic and calls up a memory, only for the [[Main/EarWorm Double-Mint Gum jingle to be sent instead]]. Cue all of them going berserk.
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