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11th Oct '17 6:30:15 PM foxley
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** "The corn! IT ALL LOOKS THE SAME!"

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15th Aug '17 9:36:56 AM bfunc
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* Averted in ''Discworld/ReaperMan'', where the term "corn" actually refers to wheat.[[note]]"Corn" in general means any cereal grain, or indeed anything small and edible, as in "peppercorn" and "corned beef" where the "corns" involved are actually the large grains of rock salt used in the process; outside North America, the word used to refer to the kind of corn Americans usually mean when they say "corn" is "maize".[//note]] This doesn't stop many American readers from getting a mental image of Death toiling in a creepy cornfield when they read this Literature/{{Discworld}} novel.

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* Averted in ''Discworld/ReaperMan'', where the term "corn" actually refers to wheat.[[note]]"Corn" in general means any cereal grain, or indeed anything small and edible, as in "peppercorn" and "corned beef" where the "corns" involved are actually the large grains of rock salt used in the process; outside North America, the word used to refer to the kind of corn Americans usually mean when they say "corn" is "maize".[//note]] [[/note]] This doesn't stop many American readers from getting a mental image of Death toiling in a creepy cornfield when they read this Literature/{{Discworld}} novel.
15th Aug '17 9:35:58 AM bfunc
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* Averted in ''Discworld/ReaperMan'', where the term "corn" actually refers to wheat. This doesn't stop many American readers from getting a mental image of Death toiling in a creepy cornfield when they read this Literature/{{Discworld}} novel.

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* Averted in ''Discworld/ReaperMan'', where the term "corn" actually refers to wheat. [[note]]"Corn" in general means any cereal grain, or indeed anything small and edible, as in "peppercorn" and "corned beef" where the "corns" involved are actually the large grains of rock salt used in the process; outside North America, the word used to refer to the kind of corn Americans usually mean when they say "corn" is "maize".[//note]] This doesn't stop many American readers from getting a mental image of Death toiling in a creepy cornfield when they read this Literature/{{Discworld}} novel.
11th Mar '17 9:30:21 AM nombretomado
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* ''{{Fillmore}}!'': "Two Wheels, Full Throttle, No Brakes". Of course X Middle School has its own corn maze. Why wouldn't it?

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* ''{{Fillmore}}!'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Fillmore}}!'':
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"Two Wheels, Full Throttle, No Brakes". Of course X Middle School has its own corn maze. Why wouldn't it?
5th Mar '17 2:48:14 PM MagBas
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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have told stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields whenever gypsies were around. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.

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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have told stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications that gypsies would kidnap their children]], children, and instructed their children to hide in cornfields whenever gypsies were around. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.
20th Feb '17 12:29:00 PM longWriter
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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have tole stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.

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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have tole told stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields.cornfields whenever gypsies were around. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.
20th Feb '17 12:27:31 PM longWriter
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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have tole stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.



* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have tole stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.

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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have tole stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.

20th Feb '17 12:26:52 PM longWriter
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* Grandparents born before TheGreatDepression who grew up on farms have tole stories about how farmers of that day were afraid that [[UnfortunateImplications gypsies would kidnap their children]], and instructed their children to hide in cornfields. The children were told to stay in one row of corn to avoid getting lost, themselves.
10th Feb '17 1:13:15 PM Memetic
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* A chase through a corn field takes place near the end of the playable demo for VideoGame/OutlastII. Although there are pathways in between certain sections, along with trash cans and pools of water to (temporarily) hide in, it doesn't make it any less terrifying when you see the flashlights of Knoth's followers coming from ''somewhere'' to hunt you down.

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* A chase through a corn field takes place near the end of the playable demo for VideoGame/OutlastII.''VideoGame/OutlastII''. Although there are pathways in between certain sections, along with trash cans and pools of water to (temporarily) hide in, it doesn't make it any less terrifying when you see the flashlights of Knoth's followers coming from ''somewhere'' to hunt you down.
10th Feb '17 1:12:52 PM Memetic
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* A chase through a corn field takes place near the end of the playable demo for VideoGame/OutlastII. Although there are pathways in between certain sections, along with trash cans and pools of water to (temporarily) hide in, it doesn't make it any less terrifying when you see the flashlights of Knoth's followers coming from ''somewhere'' to hunt you down.
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