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6th Aug '16 2:26:15 AM Chabal2
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'''Andy:''' I meant this baseball mitt. Now, about those magazines...

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'''Andy:''' I meant this baseball mitt. \\
'''Peter:''' I put it there to break it in.\\
'''Andy:'''
Now, about those magazines...\\
'''Peter:''' Oh, you mean my Scientific American collection?
1st Aug '16 8:30:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* Inverted in ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'', where Shanna, who claims to be a lesbian, keeps around a stack of ''{{Playboy}}''... which (being a closet scifi geek) she reads for the articles.

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* Inverted in ''Webcomic/{{Fans}}'', where Shanna, who claims to be a lesbian, keeps around a stack of ''{{Playboy}}''...''Magazine/{{Playboy}}''... which (being a closet scifi geek) she reads for the articles.
11th Jun '16 2:08:50 PM Morgenthaler
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* At least at one point, ''{{Playboy}}'' sold and advertised shirts with their logo in small and the trope name in large print.

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* At least at one point, ''{{Playboy}}'' ''Magazine/{{Playboy}}'' sold and advertised shirts with their logo in small and the trope name in large print.
29th Jan '16 6:31:21 AM LondonKdS
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* Implied in ''Discworld/GoingPostal'' with the magazine ''Back-Alley Pins''. While most pin-collector magazines treat acuphilia as SeriousBusiness, this one mostly contains pictures of young women wearing leather. "But, to be fair, they're mostly holding pins." (This is a parody of the real British motorbike magazine ''Back Street Heroes'', notorious for being crammed with pictures of scantily-clad {{Biker Babe}}s.)

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* Implied in ''Discworld/GoingPostal'' with the magazine ''Back-Alley Pins''. While most pin-collector magazines treat acuphilia as SeriousBusiness, this one mostly contains pictures of young women wearing leather. "But, to be fair, they're mostly holding pins." (This is a parody of the real British motorbike magazine ''Back Street Heroes'', notorious for being crammed with pictures of scantily-clad {{Biker Babe}}s.{{Hood Ornament Hottie}}s.)
25th Jan '16 1:58:34 PM ludditetolpuddle
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* In the Most Unperceptive Review Ever Written, "Country Life" magazine praised "Lady Chatterly's Lover" for it's decription of the life and duties of a professional Gamekeeper, only noting that "regrettably, the reader has to wade through a great deal of extraneous material to reach the interesting passages....."
12th Jan '16 7:39:03 AM LondonKdS
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* Implied in ''Discworld/GoingPostal'' with the magazine ''Back-Alley Pins''. While most pin-collector magazines treat acuphilia as SeriousBusiness, this one mostly contains pictures of young women wearing leather. "But, to be fair, they're mostly holding pins."

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* Implied in ''Discworld/GoingPostal'' with the magazine ''Back-Alley Pins''. While most pin-collector magazines treat acuphilia as SeriousBusiness, this one mostly contains pictures of young women wearing leather. "But, to be fair, they're mostly holding pins."" (This is a parody of the real British motorbike magazine ''Back Street Heroes'', notorious for being crammed with pictures of scantily-clad {{Biker Babe}}s.)
10th Jan '16 4:24:20 AM Reymma
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* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', after Snake escapes from Groznyj Grad's prison, should he have the magazines on him prior to capture, calling EVA will have her reveal that she knows about the magazines (although she nonetheless promises not to throw anything away), with Snake being unable to explain why he had them. EVA, however, isn't too upset that he has them in themselves, more that he would actually read them during a mission, or that he would use them to distract an enemy, explaining that [[ThatCameOutWrong he should request her help [in distracting the enemy], at least]].

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* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', after Snake escapes from Groznyj Grad's prison, should he have the magazines on him prior to capture, calling EVA will have her reveal that she knows about the magazines (although she nonetheless promises not to throw anything away), with Snake being unable to explain why he had them. EVA, however, isn't too upset that he has them in themselves, more that he would actually read them during a mission, or that he would use them to distract an enemy, explaining that [[ThatCameOutWrong he should request her help [in in distracting the enemy], enemy, at least]].
10th Jan '16 4:23:21 AM Reymma
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* InUniverse in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'': when asked by Miss Kitty in New Reno why you have some Cat's Paw magazines on you, you can reply that you read them for the articles.

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* InUniverse in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'': when asked by Miss Kitty in New Reno why you have some Cat's Paw magazines on you, you can reply that you read them for the articles.



* InUniverse in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', after Snake escapes from Groznyj Grad's prison, should he have the magazines on him prior to capture, calling EVA will have her reveal that she knows about the magazines (although she nonetheless promises not to throw anything away), with Snake being unable to explain why he had them. EVA, however, isn't too upset that he has them in themselves, more that he would actually read them during a mission, or that he would use them to distract an enemy, explaining that [[ThatCameOutWrong he should request her help [in distracting the enemy], at least]].

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* InUniverse in In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid3SnakeEater'', after Snake escapes from Groznyj Grad's prison, should he have the magazines on him prior to capture, calling EVA will have her reveal that she knows about the magazines (although she nonetheless promises not to throw anything away), with Snake being unable to explain why he had them. EVA, however, isn't too upset that he has them in themselves, more that he would actually read them during a mission, or that he would use them to distract an enemy, explaining that [[ThatCameOutWrong he should request her help [in distracting the enemy], at least]].
9th Jan '16 3:01:31 PM Spindriver
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* [[YaoiFangirl Ruby Larose]] of ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' sometimes declares that she likes {{Yaoi}} for the stories. This isn't totally convincking. She does become a bit more honest about such things as she experiences CharacterDevelopment.

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* [[YaoiFangirl Ruby Larose]] of ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' sometimes declares has been known to declare that she likes reads {{Yaoi}} for the stories. This isn't totally convincking.convincing (though she does pay attention to the characters and plots). She does become a bit more honest about such things as she experiences CharacterDevelopment.
9th Jan '16 11:12:08 AM Spindriver
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* [[YaoiFangirl Ruby Larose]] of ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' sometimes declares that she likes {{Yaoi}} for the stories. This isn't totally convincking. She does become a bit more honest about such things as she experiences CharacterDevelopment.
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