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24th Jan '17 11:24:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* Ín ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'', the "Welcome to Amity Park" sign changes regularly, and sometimes does this, such as "Amity Park ? it's safe here!" right in front of a ruined town in the midst of a ghost attack.

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* Ín ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'', the "Welcome to Amity Park" sign changes regularly, and sometimes does this, such as "Amity Park ? it's safe here!" right in front of a ruined town in the midst of a ghost attack.


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4th Nov '16 1:47:54 PM WillKeaton
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* From ''ComicStrip/ThePerryBibleFellowship'': [[http://pbfcomics.com/?cid=PBF202-Post_Apocalyptic.jpg Post Apocalyptic]].

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* From ''ComicStrip/ThePerryBibleFellowship'': [[http://pbfcomics.com/?cid=PBF202-Post_Apocalyptic.jpg Post Apocalyptic]].
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* In ''Webcomic/DeadWinter'', Lou's van nearly squashes a soldier (who had tried to blast it with a RPG) against a wall. Right under a [[http://deadwinter.cc/page/262.htm billboard]]:

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* In ''Webcomic/DeadWinter'', Lou's van nearly squashes a soldier (who had tried to blast it with a RPG) against a wall. Right under a [[http://deadwinter.cc/page/262.htm billboard]]:billboard:]]
4th Nov '16 1:47:23 PM WillKeaton
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* This happens all the time with Internet ads, mostly because of their context sensitivity. There are screenshots of things like a news story about an infant dying in a house fire with an ad next to it for a CD burner saying "burn baby burn." There's also http://failblog.org/2008/09/18/ad-placement-fail/.
** Invoked in a Website/{{Cracked}} [[http://www.cracked.com/photoshop_52_the-13-worst-possible-ad-placements/ Photoshop contest]].

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* This happens all the time with Internet ads, mostly because of their context sensitivity. There are screenshots of things like a news story about an infant dying in a house fire with an ad next to it for a CD burner saying "burn baby burn." [[http://failblog.org/2008/09/18/ad-placement-fail/ There's also http://failblog.org/2008/09/18/ad-placement-fail/.
this.]]
** Invoked in a Website/{{Cracked}} [[http://www.cracked.com/photoshop_52_the-13-worst-possible-ad-placements/ Photoshop contest]].contest.]]
27th Jun '16 3:57:44 PM eroock
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A subtrope of MoodDissonance. BirthDeathJuxtaposition is a subtrope common enough to have its own page. When played for drama, is usually extremely bleak and depressing, and a sign of a CrapsackWorld. Compare DescriptionCut.

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A subtrope of MoodDissonance. BirthDeathJuxtaposition is a subtrope common enough to have its own page. When played for drama, is usually extremely bleak and depressing, and a sign of a CrapsackWorld. Compare DescriptionCut.
DescriptionCut and AdDissonance.
7th Jun '16 6:41:24 PM Doug86
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* One scene in the film ''Film/JoyeuxNoel'', which depicts the Christmas truce of WorldWarI, has German officer Nikolaus embracing his lover Anna under a blanket in the trench, both overjoyed to be together for a few brief moments of peace. Cut to Scottish soldier Jonathan, lying on the snow outside, holding his dead brother William.

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* One scene in the film ''Film/JoyeuxNoel'', which depicts the Christmas truce of WorldWarI, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, has German officer Nikolaus embracing his lover Anna under a blanket in the trench, both overjoyed to be together for a few brief moments of peace. Cut to Scottish soldier Jonathan, lying on the snow outside, holding his dead brother William.
3rd Jun '16 6:50:30 PM eroock
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A subtrope of MoodDissonance. BirthDeathJuxtaposition is a subtrope common enough to have its own page. When played for drama, is usually extremely bleak and depressing, and a sign of a CrapsackWorld.

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A subtrope of MoodDissonance. BirthDeathJuxtaposition is a subtrope common enough to have its own page. When played for drama, is usually extremely bleak and depressing, and a sign of a CrapsackWorld.
CrapsackWorld. Compare DescriptionCut.
18th Jan '16 4:12:27 AM AgProv
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* In Great Britain, not every TV ad carries subtitles.if an advert without subtitling follows one which has it, the last line from the previous advert will carry over, and remain on the screen durung the next. This leads to some wonderfully inappropriate juxtapositions. Imagine an advert aimed at parents for a headlice cure for kids, with subtitling. The following advert is for a wonderful shampoo and conditioner of the upmarket sophisticated sort where the girl is practically having an orgasm while applying it. This lacks subtitling, so the line appearing on screen is "Always guaranteed to kill 100% of all headlice and scalp parasites". Which rather kills the mood.

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* In Great Britain, not every TV ad carries subtitles.if If an advert without subtitling follows one which has it, the last line from the previous advert will carry over, and remain on the screen durung the next. This leads to some wonderfully inappropriate juxtapositions. Imagine an advert aimed at parents for a headlice cure for kids, with subtitling. The following advert is for a wonderful shampoo and conditioner of the upmarket sophisticated sort where the girl is practically having an orgasm while applying it. This lacks subtitling, so the line appearing on screen is "Always guaranteed to kill 100% of all headlice and scalp parasites". Which rather kills the mood.
18th Jan '16 4:12:00 AM AgProv
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* In Great Britain, not every TV ad carries subtitles.if an advert without subtitling follows one which has it, the last line from the previous advert will carry over, and remain on the screen durung the next. This leads to some wonderfully inappropriate juxtapositions. Imagine an advert aimed at parents for a headlice cure for kids, with subtitling. The following advert is for a wonderful shampoo and conditioner of the upmarket sophisticated sort where the girl is practically having an orgasm while applying it. This lacks subtitling, so the line appearing on screen is "Always guaranteed to kill 100% of all headlice and scalp parasites". Which rather kills the mood.
7th Jun '15 1:01:09 PM eroock
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* In the climax of ''Film/SlumdogMillionaire'', [[spoiler:Salim]] dies due to RedemptionMeansDeath in a bathtub full of money, while at the same time Jamal wins 20 million rupees. Metaphorically speaking, we even have a BirthDeathJuxtaposition at hand, since Jamal can be considered a new person at this point.

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* In the climax of ''Film/SlumdogMillionaire'', [[spoiler:Salim]] dies due to RedemptionMeansDeath RedemptionEqualsDeath in a bathtub full of money, while at the same time Jamal wins 20 million rupees. Metaphorically speaking, we even have a BirthDeathJuxtaposition at hand, since Jamal can be considered a new person at this point.
7th Jun '15 1:00:19 PM eroock
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* In the climax of ''Film/SlumdogMillionaire'', [[spoiler:Salim]] dies due to RedemptionMeansDeath in a bathtub full of money, while at the same time Jamal wins 20 million rupees. Metaphorically speaking, we even have a BirthDeathJuxtaposition at hand, since Jamal can be considered a new person at this point.
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