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14th Nov '17 5:25:25 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Almost happened in the Webcomic/WalkyVerse, but was averted by one party being GenreSavvy. Danny is talking with ex-girlfriend Sal and mentions that he is planning to ask current girlfriend Billie to marry him.

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* Almost happened in the Webcomic/WalkyVerse, but was averted by one party being GenreSavvy.averted. Danny is talking with ex-girlfriend Sal and mentions that he is planning to ask current girlfriend Billie to marry him.



** Another instant was when Homer was returning from France and sees Marge hugging Flanders (she had invited him over for a family dinner). Subverted in that Homer was GenreSavvy enough to know that it's probably not what it is. Semi-DoubleSubversion because they had both been ''thinking'' about having an affair but resisted it.

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** Another instant was when Homer was returning from France and sees Marge hugging Flanders (she had invited him over for a family dinner). Subverted in that Homer was GenreSavvy enough to know knew that it's probably not what it is. Semi-DoubleSubversion because they had both been ''thinking'' about having an affair but resisted it.
7th Nov '17 11:09:34 AM lillolillo
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** When Cir-El, a new AntiHeroSubstitute ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, makes her first public appearance and introduces herself as "Superman's daughter", she leaves out some vital details to her story (that Lois Lane is her mother and she [[KidFromTheFuture comes from the future]]) that cause Lois to mistake her for a lovechild born from Superman having a tryst with ComicBook/WonderWoman.

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** When Cir-El, a new AntiHeroSubstitute ComicBook/{{Supergirl}}, makes her first public appearance and introduces herself as "Superman's daughter", she leaves out some vital details to her story (that Lois Lane ComicBook/LoisLane is her mother and she [[KidFromTheFuture comes from the future]]) that cause Lois to mistake her for a lovechild born from Superman having a tryst with ComicBook/WonderWoman.Franchise/WonderWoman.
5th Nov '17 9:34:47 PM Nadim
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** And in "Wizards vs Werewolves", Harper suspected that Mason was cheating on Alex when he kept running away after their dates every night, [[spoiler: until she and Alex find out Mason is actually a werewolf and was trying to protect them from his full moon transformation.]]
4th Nov '17 4:22:00 AM SuperSonicHeroes
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* In ''Fanfic/PersonaEG'', Sunset Shimmer pins Flash Sentry against a wall and [[ForcefulKiss forces a deep kiss on him]] in front of Twilight, reducing her to tears. Turns out someone took a picture of the kiss and posted it to Csnterbook, and by the end of the day everyone has seen it and thinks Flash is cheating on Twilight with Sunset, even his friends. Luckily he is able to clear everything with them by sitting down and talking to them, saying she assaulted him and ''she'' was the one who kissed ''him''.

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* In ''Fanfic/PersonaEG'', Sunset Shimmer pins Flash Sentry against a wall and [[ForcefulKiss forces a deep kiss on him]] in front of Twilight, reducing her to tears. Turns out someone took a picture of the kiss and posted it to Csnterbook, Canterbook, and by the end of the day everyone has seen it and thinks Flash is cheating on Twilight with Sunset, even his friends. Luckily he is able to clear everything with them by sitting down and talking to them, saying she assaulted him and ''she'' was the one who kissed ''him''.
1st Nov '17 5:02:53 PM SuperSonicHeroes
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* In ''Fanfic/PersonaEG'', Sunset Shimmer pins Flash Sentry against a wall and [[ForcefulKiss forces a deep kiss on him]] in front of Twilight, reducing her to tears. Turns out someone took a picture of the kiss and posted it to Csnterbook, and by the end of the day everyone has seen it and thinks Flash is cheating on Twilight with Sunset, even his friends. Luckily he is able to clear everything with them by sitting down and talking to them, saying she assaulted him and ''she'' was the one who kissed ''him''.
26th Oct '17 7:22:45 PM darkemyst
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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix'' Cho gets this impression of Harry on their date, thanks to his poor choice of words in describing his meeting with Hermione later.
4th Oct '17 12:28:37 PM DrOO7
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* A standard SoapOpera trope. On ''Series/GeneralHospital'', Luke and Laura Spencer faked her death in order to flee from the evil Cassadines who had recently returned to Port Charles. Only two other people in town were privy to this--Luke's best friend Sonny Corinthos, and local psychiatrist Tom Hardy, who they needed to care for Laura's mentally ill mother. As Tom promptly became very secretive and withdrawn, his girlfriend Felicia began to suspect he was fooling around. To that end, her best friend Mac followed Tom as he went to visit the family, then burst in on them when he saw Tom hugging a woman, only to be stunned at seeing that the woman was the presumed-dead Laura.

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* A standard SoapOpera trope. trope (Ironic, considering the rampant affairs that DO happen):
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On ''Series/GeneralHospital'', Luke and Laura Spencer faked her death in order to flee from the evil Cassadines who had recently returned to Port Charles. Only two other people in town were privy to this--Luke's best friend Sonny Corinthos, and local psychiatrist Tom Hardy, who they needed to care for Laura's mentally ill mother. As Tom promptly became very secretive and withdrawn, his girlfriend Felicia began to suspect he was fooling around. To that end, her best friend Mac followed Tom as he went to visit the family, then burst in on them when he saw Tom hugging a woman, only to be stunned at seeing that the woman was the presumed-dead Laura.Laura.
** ''Series/OneLifeToLive'''s ditzy Kelly arrives at the airport to pick up her cousin Cassie, only to see her with an attractive young man. Thanks to some OutOfContextEavesdropping, she leaps to conclusions and confronts the two, blasting them for their immoral behavior, only to end up looking like a complete idiot when Cassie informs her that the guy is her ex-husband's long-lost son.
** It can also be deliberately invoked if an outside party trying to invoke RelationshipSabotage:
** ''Series/PortCharles'''s Courtney does this to Karen--planting a pair of panties in her boyfriend Joe's car, calling and hanging up--because she wants Joe for herself.
30th Sep '17 8:26:16 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''Literature/GoodnightSweetheart'', Gary becomes convinced his 1940s wife is having an affair with his next door neighbour ... who happens to be NoelCoward.

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* In one episode of ''Literature/GoodnightSweetheart'', ''Series/GoodnightSweetheart'', Gary becomes convinced his 1940s wife is having an affair with his next door neighbour ... who happens to be NoelCoward.
30th Sep '17 8:24:35 PM nombretomado
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* In one episode of ''GoodnightSweetheart'', Gary becomes convinced his 1940s wife is having an affair with his next door neighbour ... who happens to be NoelCoward.

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* In one episode of ''GoodnightSweetheart'', ''Literature/GoodnightSweetheart'', Gary becomes convinced his 1940s wife is having an affair with his next door neighbour ... who happens to be NoelCoward.
24th Sep '17 1:20:22 AM Nadim
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** Harper also suspected that Mason was cheating on Alex when he kept running away after their dates every night, [[spoiler: until she and Alex find out Mason is actually a werewolf and was trying to protect them from his full moon transformation.]]

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** And in "Wizards vs Werewolves", Harper also suspected that Mason was cheating on Alex when he kept running away after their dates every night, [[spoiler: until she and Alex find out Mason is actually a werewolf and was trying to protect them from his full moon transformation.]]
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