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28th Mar '17 9:17:09 PM ZootyCutie94
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* In the ''Toys/{{Uglydolls}}'' comic "Know Thy Enemy", superhero Babo and supervillain Big Toe trade places for a day to understand each other. Babo's idea of evil is to fire a laser from space to slice off a mattress tag...much to the absolute shock and horror of Wippy, owner of the mattress emporium.
9th Oct '16 6:07:07 PM Mullon
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* From [[ImageBoards 4chan]]: [[Film/{{Avatar}} Colonel Quaritch]] [[http://chanarchive.org/content/61_tv/6265787/1261730001693.jpg doesn't give a fuck]].

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* From [[ImageBoards 4chan]]: Website/FourChan: [[Film/{{Avatar}} Colonel Quaritch]] [[http://chanarchive.org/content/61_tv/6265787/1261730001693.jpg doesn't give a fuck]].
20th Aug '16 4:46:52 PM Eddy1215
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Can overlap with PokeThePoodle, FelonyMisdemeanor.

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Can overlap with PokeThePoodle, FelonyMisdemeanor.
FelonyMisdemeanor, and SeriousBusiness.
27th Jun '16 3:32:26 PM Morgenthaler
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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic in DisneyAdventures has an especially epic example of this. After a character accidentally tears one mattress tag off -- which reads "Removing this tag is a federal offence. [[TabletopGame/{{Monopoly}} Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200]]" -- and promptly goes off on a crime spree trying to ensure he can get away with this. Hiding it under a truckload of cherries, he crosses paths with Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit when Rabbit's nose falls off and seemingly gets mixed in with the cherries. Believing they know about the mattress, he drives off with Fall-Apart Rabbit, moving up to kidnapping in addition to ripping off the tag and later attempting to burn the evidence.

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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic in DisneyAdventures Magazine/DisneyAdventures has an especially epic example of this. After a character accidentally tears one mattress tag off -- which reads "Removing this tag is a federal offence. [[TabletopGame/{{Monopoly}} Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200]]" -- and promptly goes off on a crime spree trying to ensure he can get away with this. Hiding it under a truckload of cherries, he crosses paths with Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit when Rabbit's nose falls off and seemingly gets mixed in with the cherries. Believing they know about the mattress, he drives off with Fall-Apart Rabbit, moving up to kidnapping in addition to ripping off the tag and later attempting to burn the evidence.
23rd May '16 10:59:42 AM Prfnoff
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* In 1984, ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' published a special issue entitled ''Mad 84'', featuring previously-unpublished material. One piece was "The ''Mad'' Reader's Sex Survey", by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Bob Clarke. One multiple-choice question showed an orgy scene from a porno film (which can be seen [[http://images.ha.com/lf?source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fnewnames%2f300%2f8%2f6%2f0%2f860285.jpg%5d%2ccontinueonerror%5btrue%5d&scale=size%5b450x2000%5d%2coptions%5blimit%5d&source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fwebuse%2fno_image_available.gif%5d%2cif%5b%28%27global.source.error%27%29%5d&sink=preservemd%5btrue%5d here]], sans text, in the lower right corner of the page) and asked the reader for his reaction, with the joke being that the answer choices were all pedantic, detail-oriented observations having nothing to do with sex (e.g. "'''A.''' Doesn't the man with the whipped cream know it's not kosher to mix dairy with meat?"). One of the answer choices is "That guy in the dress is going to be in big trouble if he rips the tag off that mattress."

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* In 1984, ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' published a special issue entitled ''Mad 84'', featuring previously-unpublished material. One piece was "The ''Mad'' Reader's Sex Survey", by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Bob Clarke. One multiple-choice question showed an orgy scene from a porno film (which can be seen [[http://images.ha.com/lf?source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fnewnames%2f300%2f8%2f6%2f0%2f860285.jpg%5d%2ccontinueonerror%5btrue%5d&scale=size%5b450x2000%5d%2coptions%5blimit%5d&source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fwebuse%2fno_image_available.gif%5d%2cif%5b%28%27global.source.error%27%29%5d&sink=preservemd%5btrue%5d here]], sans text, in the lower right corner of the page) and asked the reader for his reaction, with the joke being that the answer choices were all [[ComicallyMissingThePoint pedantic, detail-oriented observations having nothing to do with sex sex]] (e.g. "'''A.''' Doesn't the man with the whipped cream know it's not kosher to mix dairy with meat?"). One of the answer choices is "That guy in the dress is going to be in big trouble if he rips the tag off that mattress."
23rd May '16 10:50:48 AM Prfnoff
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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic in DisneyAdventures has an especially epic example of this. After a character accidentally tears one mattress tag off -- which reads "Removing this tag is a federal offence. Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200" -- and promptly goes off on a crime spree trying to ensure he can get away with this. Hiding it under a truckload of cherries, he crosses paths with Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit when Rabbit's nose falls off and seemingly gets mixed in with the cherries. Believing they know about the mattress, he drives off with Fall-Apart Rabbit, moving up to kidnapping in addition to ripping off the tag and later attempting to burn the evidence.

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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic in DisneyAdventures has an especially epic example of this. After a character accidentally tears one mattress tag off -- which reads "Removing this tag is a federal offence. [[TabletopGame/{{Monopoly}} Go directly to jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200" $200]]" -- and promptly goes off on a crime spree trying to ensure he can get away with this. Hiding it under a truckload of cherries, he crosses paths with Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit when Rabbit's nose falls off and seemingly gets mixed in with the cherries. Believing they know about the mattress, he drives off with Fall-Apart Rabbit, moving up to kidnapping in addition to ripping off the tag and later attempting to burn the evidence.
23rd May '16 10:31:20 AM Josef5678
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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic in DisneyAdventures has an especially epic example of this. After a character accidentally tears one mattress tag off -- which reads "Removing this tag is a federal offence. Go directly to jail. DoNotPassGo. Do not collect $200" -- and promptly goes off on a crime spree trying to ensure he can get away with this. Hiding it under a truckload of cherries, he crosses paths with Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit when Rabbit's nose falls off and seemingly gets mixed in with the cherries. Believing they know about the mattress, he drives off with Fall-Apart Rabbit, moving up to kidnapping in addition to ripping off the tag and later attempting to burn the evidence.

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* A ''WesternAnimation/{{Bonkers}}'' comic in DisneyAdventures has an especially epic example of this. After a character accidentally tears one mattress tag off -- which reads "Removing this tag is a federal offence. Go directly to jail. DoNotPassGo.Do not pass Go. Do not collect $200" -- and promptly goes off on a crime spree trying to ensure he can get away with this. Hiding it under a truckload of cherries, he crosses paths with Bonkers and Fall-Apart Rabbit when Rabbit's nose falls off and seemingly gets mixed in with the cherries. Believing they know about the mattress, he drives off with Fall-Apart Rabbit, moving up to kidnapping in addition to ripping off the tag and later attempting to burn the evidence.
11th May '16 2:06:56 PM Prfnoff
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* In 1984, ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' published a special issue entitled ''Mad 84'', featuring previously-unpublished material. One piece was "The ''Mad'' Reader's Sex Survey", by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Bob Clarke. One multiple-choice question showed an orgy scene from a porno film (which can be seen [[http://images.ha.com/lf?source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fnewnames%2f300%2f8%2f6%2f0%2f860285.jpg%5d%2ccontinueonerror%5btrue%5d&scale=size%5b450x2000%5d%2coptions%5blimit%5d&source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fwebuse%2fno_image_available.gif%5d%2cif%5b%28%27global.source.error%27%29%5d&sink=preservemd%5btrue%5d here]], sans text, in the lower right corner of the page) and asked the reader for his reaction, with the joke being that the answer choices were all pedantic, detail-oriented observations having nothing to do with sex (i.e. "'''A.''' Doesn't the man with the whipped cream know it's not kosher to mix dairy with meat?"). One of the answer choices is "That guy in the dress is going to be in big trouble if he rips the tag off that mattress."

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* In 1984, ''Magazine/{{Mad}}'' published a special issue entitled ''Mad 84'', featuring previously-unpublished material. One piece was "The ''Mad'' Reader's Sex Survey", by Larry Siegel, illustrated by Bob Clarke. One multiple-choice question showed an orgy scene from a porno film (which can be seen [[http://images.ha.com/lf?source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fnewnames%2f300%2f8%2f6%2f0%2f860285.jpg%5d%2ccontinueonerror%5btrue%5d&scale=size%5b450x2000%5d%2coptions%5blimit%5d&source=url%5bfile%3aimages%2finetpub%2fwebuse%2fno_image_available.gif%5d%2cif%5b%28%27global.source.error%27%29%5d&sink=preservemd%5btrue%5d here]], sans text, in the lower right corner of the page) and asked the reader for his reaction, with the joke being that the answer choices were all pedantic, detail-oriented observations having nothing to do with sex (i.e.(e.g. "'''A.''' Doesn't the man with the whipped cream know it's not kosher to mix dairy with meat?"). One of the answer choices is "That guy in the dress is going to be in big trouble if he rips the tag off that mattress."
5th May '16 8:49:35 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''SanfordAndSon'' had Fred Sanford tearing a tag off a chair, reading out loud that it says "do not remove under penalty of law." He tears it up and quips "Well...power to the people!"
* In an episode of ''FullHouse'', Becky takes the hospital tags off her newborn twins, Nicky and Alex. When one of the girls asks if she's allowed to do that, Becky responds "They're not mattress tags."

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* An episode of ''SanfordAndSon'' ''Series/SanfordAndSon'' had Fred Sanford tearing a tag off a chair, reading out loud that it says "do not remove under penalty of law." He tears it up and quips "Well...power to the people!"
* In an episode of ''FullHouse'', ''Series/FullHouse'', Becky takes the hospital tags off her newborn twins, Nicky and Alex. When one of the girls asks if she's allowed to do that, Becky responds "They're not mattress tags."
22nd Apr '16 5:04:38 PM HeroGal2347
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' episode "[[Recap/DarkwingDuckS1E50TimeAndPunishment Time and Punishment]", which is set in a potential future where Darkwing has [[KnightTemplar gone mad and imprisoned anyone who committed even the most minor crimes]], while going on about the criminals that it's important that he watch out for, he ends with, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking "and people who tear the little tags off of pillows, they always did get me."]]

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' episode "[[Recap/DarkwingDuckS1E50TimeAndPunishment Time and Punishment]", Punishment]]", which is set in a potential future where Darkwing has [[KnightTemplar gone mad and imprisoned anyone who committed even the most minor crimes]], while going on about the criminals that it's important that he watch out for, he ends with, [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking "and people who tear the little tags off of pillows, they always did get me."]]
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