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10th Jan '17 5:30:10 AM OlfinBedwere
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* ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}'' creator Chris Chandler's "I Got a Fish" video, which features Chris dancing and singing "I got a fish, would you like to make a wish?" (added via a deliberate HongKongDub) several times over. Many people who see this in WebAnimation/YouTubePoop or similar videos assume it's part of some longer clip in which it makes much more sense. It isn't, and it doesn't.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}'' creator Chris Chandler's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ATbBU1vyKeI "I Got a Fish" Fish"]] video, which features Chris dancing and singing "I got a fish, would you like to make a wish?" (added via a deliberate HongKongDub) several times over. Many people who see this in WebAnimation/YouTubePoop or similar videos assume it's part of some longer clip in which it makes much more sense. It isn't, and it doesn't.
10th Jan '17 5:29:12 AM OlfinBedwere
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* ''Webcomic/{{Sonichu}}'' creator Chris Chandler's "I Got a Fish" video, which features Chris dancing and singing "I got a fish, would you like to make a wish?" (added via a deliberate HongKongDub) several times over. Many people who see this in WebAnimation/YouTubePoop or similar videos assume it's part of some longer clip in which it makes much more sense. It isn't, and it doesn't.
28th Dec '16 10:17:55 AM nombretomado
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* Pretty much everything about the CartoonNetwork show ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa.'' A ManChild RealityWarper who is everyone on earth's uncle and grandpa travels in a flying RV with his friends-- a wisecracking slice of pizza, a deadpan godzilla-like lizard, a giant realistic flying tiger who farts rainbows, and a talking belly bag-- to save kids from dangers such as talking mustaches and hot dog monsters. Good morning!

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* Pretty much everything about the CartoonNetwork Creator/CartoonNetwork show ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa.'' A ManChild RealityWarper who is everyone on earth's uncle and grandpa travels in a flying RV with his friends-- a wisecracking slice of pizza, a deadpan godzilla-like lizard, a giant realistic flying tiger who farts rainbows, and a talking belly bag-- to save kids from dangers such as talking mustaches and hot dog monsters. Good morning!
21st Dec '16 2:52:43 PM Shadoboy
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* ''WebVideo/GameGrumps'' had an out of nowhere joke that made no sense, yet the community found hilarious.
--->'''Egoraptor''': How much ass do you think ''[[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Mega Man]]'' gets?
--->'''JonTron''': One, two, three, four, five, six, seven.
--->'''Egoraptor''': Seven asses?
--->'''JonTron''': Seven asses.
24th Nov '16 9:53:29 AM nombretomado
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** That can be a {{shoutout}} to AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes, but still so random.

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** That can be a {{shoutout}} to AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes, ''Film/AttackOfTheKillerTomatoes'', but still so random.
10th Nov '16 6:41:44 AM Jisu
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* [[Theatre/SeraMyu Astarte]] is a constant source of these in ''Roleplay/ItsCurtains.'' Like thinking the plastic Halloween spiders were alive, or responding to [[spoiler:Seymour thinking they're all dead and in hell]] by concluding that maybe they're actually zombies... noting that they can still eat cake... and amending it with "cake zombies."
30th Oct '16 3:44:13 PM jedidarrick
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* Describe a skit from ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''... ''Any'' skit from ''Monty Python's Flying Circus''... Does it make sense in context? Yes? Then stop talking about ''Doctor Who'' reruns and describe a skit from ''Monty Python's Flying Circus'', instead.
** The fact that the show had [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent no general formula]] and the Monty Pythons were opposed to punchlines, instead favoring either seamlessly transitioning from one skit to another, flipping a nonchalant bird in the general direction of the whole concept of "context" in the process, or just [[DropTheCow dropped a cow]] on a skit whenever they felt it had overstayed its welcome, did certifiably ''not'' make their show any less nonsensical.




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* Describe a skit from ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''... ''Any'' skit from ''Monty Python's Flying Circus''... Does it make sense in context? Yes? Then stop talking about ''Doctor Who'' reruns and describe a skit from ''Monty Python's Flying Circus'', instead.
** The fact that the show had [[SomethingCompletelyDifferent no general formula]] and the Monty Pythons were opposed to punchlines, instead favoring either seamlessly transitioning from one skit to another, flipping a nonchalant bird in the general direction of the whole concept of "context" in the process, or just [[DropTheCow dropped a cow]] on a skit whenever they felt it had overstayed its welcome, did certifiably ''not'' make their show any less nonsensical.
10th Oct '16 4:22:24 PM rjd1922
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* {{Drakengard}} has a real doozy. After fighting their way through 3 different endings, each varying in serious levels of depressing, the player has a chance at experiencing the fourth ending. Rather than confront the final boss of the game, [[spoiler: the boss' brother crushes her, causing the Gods possessing her to destroy the world... with giant, terrible infants]]. The characters remarkably take this in a fair enough stride, all things considered, although the ending is not positive.

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* {{Drakengard}} ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'' has a real doozy. After fighting their way through 3 different endings, each varying in serious levels of depressing, the player has a chance at experiencing the fourth ending. Rather than confront the final boss of the game, [[spoiler: the boss' brother crushes her, causing the Gods possessing her to destroy the world... with giant, terrible infants]]. The characters remarkably take this in a fair enough stride, all things considered, although the ending is not positive.
10th Oct '16 12:55:05 PM Dankside
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* ''WebVideo/Spaceshipcontrol'' is notorious for this. Examples include the random arrival of Donald Trump Aliens on Earth, a scene where the protagonist shoots a pistol at a demon while on a swing, a sequence where the protagonist pretends to be in a First-Person shooter using a vegetable as a gun, a scene where one of the side characters is killed by an upside-down picture of a cow falling on his head and a moment where the protagonist dances Gangnam Style for no reason.
21st Sep '16 4:50:23 PM LorienTheYounger
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** Voyager also had the much simpler quote of "Get the cheese to sickbay!" On one level that actually ''does'' make sense in context, but it's from an episode where the experimental [[OrganicTechnology "bio-neural gel packs"]] in use aboard ''Voyager'' falls afoul of one of [[TheScrappy Neelix]] 's [[LethalChef less successful culinary experiments]]... Yeah. The bio-neural gel packs were wisely banished to the realm of EarlyInstallmentWeirdness soon after, probably as a direct result of this episode. To sum up the episode's plot succinctly, ''Voyager'' was nearly destroyed by ''cheese''.
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