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20th Jan '16 3:45:02 PM Liamdurf
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** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone After realising how far Naruto would go to keep his promise to bring Sasuke back to her]], [[BlatantLies she says she doesn't want Sasuke back]] and goes pretty far to try to convince Naruto of this. It doesn't work. Of course, by now, [[StatusQuoIsGod Naruto is too obsessed with Sasuke to think about anything else and wants to bring him back for his own reasons.]]
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** [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone After realising how far Naruto would go to keep his promise to bring Sasuke back to her]], [[BlatantLies she Sakura says she doesn't want Sasuke back]] and goes pretty far to try to convince Naruto of this. It doesn't work. Of course, by now, [[StatusQuoIsGod Naruto is too obsessed with Sasuke to think about anything else and wants to bring him back for his own reasons.]]
16th Jan '16 4:22:24 PM OlmoJV
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* In ''Fanfic/TheUltimateEvil'', an AlternateUniverseFic about ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', while Shendu is portrayed as the [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder lying]] demon he's known as in canon, he has so far kept his promise made to his [[VillainousCrush love interest]] Valerie of not forcing her into something against her will, intending to instead make her to fall in love with him.
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* In ''Fanfic/TheUltimateEvil'', an AlternateUniverseFic about ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures'', while Shendu is portrayed as the [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder lying]] demon he's known as in canon, he has so far (for the most part at least) kept his promise made to his [[VillainousCrush love interest]] Valerie of not forcing her into something against her will, intending to instead make her to fall in love with him.
15th Jan '16 12:57:13 AM TheSinful
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* A rather important note about dwarves in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/6348510/1/Rising-of-the-Dark Rising of the Dark]]'' is that they consider any promise made "over the tankard" (that is, any promise made while drinking) to be just as binding as an oath sworn before the gods. Thus, when Manga/{{Naruto}} makes what he considers a simple toast to his friendship with the dwarf Hagwin and elf Celia, Hagwin takes it as an oath of UndyingLoyalty between them.
15th Jan '16 12:47:53 AM TheSinful
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* A fair number of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' stories have Hidan keeping his word in any deal he makes, [[PragmaticVillainy if only because no one would be willing to deal with a man who's known for going back on his word]].
7th Jan '16 7:35:52 AM nighttrainfm
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** In a villainous example, [[spoiler: Malack]] passes up an easy chance to finish off the Order out of respect for [[spoiler: Durkon, whose last request was that he spare them.]] As he's still a bad guy, he eventually decides he can't ''keep'' ignoring them.
1st Jan '16 9:10:07 AM bobwolf
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Halo 4}}'', Cortana again warns Master Chief not to make promises that he can't keep as he claims that he can prevent her [[AIIsACrapshoot Rampancy]] by getting her back to Earth. [[spoiler: [[{{Tearjerker}} This time, he can't keep his promise.]] ]] ---> [[spoiler: '''Master Chief''': It was my job to take care of you.]] ---> [[spoiler: '''Cortana''': We were supposed to take care of each other. [[{{Tearjerker}} And we did]].]]
31st Dec '15 12:34:52 AM Anddrix
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* {{Lobo}} always keeps his promises. He'll merrily violate the spirit of a contract, but never the word of it. If he's promised not to kill you, he won't, no matter how much he may hate you. (Do note, however, that under the right circumstances, it's quite possible to survive multiple cases of dismemberment.)
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* {{Lobo}} Lobo always keeps his promises. He'll merrily violate the spirit of a contract, but never the word of it. If he's promised not to kill you, he won't, no matter how much he may hate you. (Do note, however, that under the right circumstances, it's quite possible to survive multiple cases of dismemberment.)
28th Dec '15 2:45:39 PM Anddrix
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* DoctorDoom's word is always good, [[ExactWords but make sure you understand his phrasing]].
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* DoctorDoom's Doctor Doom's word is always good, [[ExactWords but make sure you understand his phrasing]].
22nd Dec '15 10:36:33 PM AilavynSiniyash
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* At the end of Creator/PatriciaAMcKillip's ''Literature/HeirOfSeaAndFire'', Raederle swears by the ghost of Ylon that she will not leave Morgon. [[spoiler:When, in the next book, she does leave him, Morgon tracks her down, worried that the ghost must already be troubling her for breaking it.]]
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* At the end of Creator/PatriciaAMcKillip's ''Literature/HeirOfSeaAndFire'', ''HeirOfSeaAndFire'', the second book of ''Literature/TheRiddleMasterTrilogy;; Raederle swears by the ghost of Ylon that she will not leave Morgon. [[spoiler:When, in the next book, she does leave him, Morgon tracks her down, worried that the ghost must already be troubling her for breaking it.]]
20th Dec '15 11:13:03 AM R1ck
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* The statute of frauds refers to the requirement that certain kinds of contracts be memorialized in a signed writing with sufficient content to evidence the contract. Traditionally, the statute of frauds requires a signed writing in the following circumstances: ** Contracts in consideration of marriage. This provision covers prenuptial agreements. ** Contracts which cannot be performed within one year. However, contracts of indefinite duration do not fall under the statute of frauds regardless of how long the performance actually takes. ** Contracts for the transfer of an interest in land. This applies not only to a contract to sell land but also to any other contract in which land or an interest in it is disposed, such as the grant of a mortgage or an easement. ** Contracts by the executor of a will to pay a debt of the estate with his own money. ** Contracts for the sale of goods involving a purchase price of $500 or more (proposed Amended UCC 2-201(1) requires a writing for contracts for the sale of goods of a price of $5000 or more).

* In the United States, contracts for the sale of goods where the price equals $500 or more (with the exception of professional merchants performing their normal business transactions, or any custom-made items designed for one specific buyer) fall under the statute of frauds under the Uniform Commercial Code (article 2, section 201).
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