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16th Feb '18 9:28:01 AM zoop
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* The Creator/PBSKids show, ''[[PegPlusCat Peg + Cat]]''. It's appropriate, since it's about math.

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* The Creator/PBSKids show, ''[[PegPlusCat ''[[WesternAnimation/PegPlusCat Peg + Cat]]''. It's appropriate, since it's about math.
24th Jan '18 6:47:52 PM Ezclee4050
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* The longtime Creator/{{PBS}} news show ''Wall $treet Week''.]

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* The longtime Creator/{{PBS}} news show ''Wall $treet Week''.]
23rd Jan '18 6:12:35 AM Cryoclaste
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* The {{Xbox}} version of ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear X2'' was called ''Guilty Gear X2 #Reload'', [[MusicalThemeNaming pronounced "Sharp Reload."]] It had a sequel called ''Λ Core''.

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* The {{Xbox}} UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} version of ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear X2'' was called ''Guilty Gear X2 #Reload'', [[MusicalThemeNaming pronounced "Sharp Reload."]] It had a sequel called ''Λ Core''.
18th Jan '18 1:47:42 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The PBSKids show, ''[[PegPlusCat Peg + Cat]]''. It's appropriate, since it's about math.

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* The PBSKids Creator/PBSKids show, ''[[PegPlusCat Peg + Cat]]''. It's appropriate, since it's about math.
12th Jan '18 8:26:46 AM nanakiro
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* The titular idol group in ''Marginal #4'' is pronounced "Marginal Number Four", but when they announce their debut to their classmates, people don't know how to pronounce it. They think the # symbol is pronounced "sharp", or that it's the kanji 井, pronounced "i".

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* The titular idol group in ''Marginal #4'' ''Anime/MarginalNumber4'' is pronounced "Marginal Number Four", but when they announce their debut to their classmates, people don't know how to pronounce it. They think the # symbol is pronounced "sharp", or that it's the kanji 井, pronounced "i".
6th Jan '18 10:34:56 AM nombretomado
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* On ''TopGear'', the new "reasonably priced car" is a Kia Cee'd (pronounced like "seed"). Jeremy Clarkson, however, insists on calling it the "[[IReadThatAs see apostrophe dee]]."

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* On ''TopGear'', the new "reasonably priced car" is a Kia Cee'd (pronounced like "seed"). Jeremy Clarkson, however, insists on calling it the "[[IReadThatAs "[[JustForFun/IReadThatAs see apostrophe dee]]."
15th Dec '17 10:12:42 PM bfunc
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* The website "Slashdot" doesn't actually contain any Lucky Charms characters, but ''references'' them (and "/." is sometimes used as an abbreviation for the site); before it became ubiquitous for browsers to automatically add the hypertext transport protocol prefix, attempting to verbally tell someone how to type in the website name contained the (confusing) sequence "colon slash slash slashdot dot".
15th Dec '17 10:04:17 PM bfunc
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "$pringfield"

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "$pringfield""$pringfield". Since the episode has Springfield legalizing gambling, probably a ShoutOut to the live action TV show ''Vega$''.
3rd Dec '17 1:48:18 AM jormis29
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* The movie ''I Am Here.... Now'' by "filmmaker" Neil Breen. Yes, that's a four period ellipsis right there, people. [[note]]A four period ellipsis is not fundamentally wrong. If you have reason to place an ellipsis at the end of a sentence it should be followed by the appropriate final punctuation, typically a period. Where it has been placed in this title is just bizzare, because it makes "Now" seem like the first word of a new sentence.[[/note]]

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* The movie ''I Am Here.... Now'' by "filmmaker" Neil Breen.Creator/NeilBreen. Yes, that's a four period ellipsis right there, people. [[note]]A four period ellipsis is not fundamentally wrong. If you have reason to place an ellipsis at the end of a sentence it should be followed by the appropriate final punctuation, typically a period. Where it has been placed in this title is just bizzare, because it makes "Now" seem like the first word of a new sentence.[[/note]]
28th Nov '17 4:07:25 PM WoodyAlien3rd
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* Music/CiboMatto's second album, Stereo ☆ Type A.

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* Music/CiboMatto's second album, Stereo ☆ Type A.Japanese {{shoegaze}} idol group (yes, that's a thing) ・・・・・・・・・, pronounced "Dots". On top of that, the members have their eyes hidden, are anonymous and known collectively as "Dots-chan". Originally there were nine members, and thus nine dots in the group's name, now they are just six.




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* Music/CiboMatto's second album, Stereo ☆ Type A.
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