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19th Sep '17 6:14:27 PM SCBlue
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* The characters in the works of Creator/DakariKingMykan, due to his hatred of CharacterDevelopment, can be best described as "[Character] is/does [their one personality trait]. That's it."
12th Sep '17 4:00:12 PM AlataSkick
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* [[WebVideo/JoJosBizarreAdventureAbridged I have learned that the only way to defeat [noun] is to burn it!]]
25th Aug '17 3:51:17 AM jormis29
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* The BBC SketchComedy ''Sorry I've Got No Head'' has several of them.

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* The BBC SketchComedy ''Sorry I've Got No Head'' ''Series/SorryIveGotNoHead'' has several of them.



* ''CarTalk'': "…and even though NPR personality has an unpleasant reaction] whenever they hear ''us'' say it, this is Creator/{{NPR}}."

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* ''CarTalk'': ''Radio/CarTalk'': "…and even though NPR personality has an unpleasant reaction] whenever they hear ''us'' say it, this is Creator/{{NPR}}."



* In ''{{Exalted}}'', Sidereals can use special prayer strips bearing one of twenty-five Scriptures to enhance certain of their abilities. The Scriptures come in five sets of five, each set associated with one Sidereal caste/aspect of fate/astrological house, and the final line in each set except for Journeys is a perfect example of this trope.

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* In ''{{Exalted}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', Sidereals can use special prayer strips bearing one of twenty-five Scriptures to enhance certain of their abilities. The Scriptures come in five sets of five, each set associated with one Sidereal caste/aspect of fate/astrological house, and the final line in each set except for Journeys is a perfect example of this trope.
24th Aug '17 4:18:17 PM Saber15
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* In ''Series/{{Lexx}}'', the undead assassin Kai has no bodily functions, desires, or needs, and responds verbatim almost every time someone asks something of him.
-->'''Kai''': The dead do not [verb].
23rd Jul '17 11:58:50 AM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/ShimmerAndShine'': Shine has "It's like I always say, [something her twin sister points out she never heard Shine say before and Shine admits she just made up]."
** There are rare cases where, instead of saying she just made it up, Shine gives an explanation that basically means "it never made sense in context before".
29th Jun '17 12:49:05 AM Hanz
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* In ''JustForFun/HorsinAround'', the ShowWithinAShow of ''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'', the catchphrase for Bojack's character was "I've heard of (x) but this is ridiculous!"
24th Jun '17 7:24:12 PM nombretomado
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** "If I want [''X, typically a film genre''], I'll stick with ''real'' [''X''], like [''better-known but still obscure example''], thank you very much!" [[note]]If I want woodchipper movies, I'll stick with ''real'' woodchipper movies--like {{Fargo}}--thank you very much!"[[/note]]

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** "If I want [''X, typically a film genre''], I'll stick with ''real'' [''X''], like [''better-known but still obscure example''], thank you very much!" [[note]]If I want woodchipper movies, I'll stick with ''real'' woodchipper movies--like {{Fargo}}--thank Film/{{Fargo}}--thank you very much!"[[/note]]
19th Jun '17 7:09:41 PM looneynightmare
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** Double D has "It's all fun and games until someone [points out something dangerous about the current situation or activity]
27th May '17 12:06:00 PM tropower
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* Unlike in the English versions, whenever a character is unlocked or otherwise introduced in the Japanese version of both versions of VideoGame/SuperSmashBros4, it's always "[character] sansen!! ([character] enters the battle!!)".[[labelnote:example]]When the Villager from the Franchise/AnimalCrossing series is introduced, the English versions say "Villager comes to town!", whereas the Japanese version simply says "Murabito sansen!! (Villager enters the battle!!)".[[/labelnote]]
22nd May '17 5:26:38 PM spiritsunami
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* During the 1997-98 season of Series/WheelOfFortune; Pat Sajak would frequently introduce the Jackpot round by saying "Put down that [random object], Charlie, it's time for our Jackpot round". At least one incident had the item in question said to be a [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Viagra expresso]].

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* During the 1997-98 season of Series/WheelOfFortune; Pat Sajak would frequently introduce the Jackpot round by saying "Put down that [random object], Charlie, it's time for our Jackpot round". At least one incident had the item in question said to be a [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar Viagra expresso]].espresso]].
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