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28th Feb '17 11:58:31 AM Maxiboy136
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Not to be confused with [[UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar 'Nam]], or the [[Series/BabylonFive Narn]], or [[Series/SesameStreet OMMM-NOM-NOM-NOM]], or [[Series/{{Cheers}} a certain heavy-set Boston barfly]] (or his [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Lurian counterpart]]). Also not to be confused with the [[Series/PushingDaisies National Area for Retired Mills]], [[http://www.narm.org North American Registry for Midwives]] or the [[http://www.narm.com National Association of Recording Merchandisers.]].

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Not to be confused with [[UsefulNotes/TheVietnamWar 'Nam]], or the [[Series/BabylonFive Narn]], or [[Series/SesameStreet OMMM-NOM-NOM-NOM]], or [[Series/{{Cheers}} a certain heavy-set Boston barfly]] (or his [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Lurian counterpart]]). Also not to be confused with the [[Series/PushingDaisies National Area for Retired Mills]], [[http://www.narm.org North American Registry for Midwives]] Midwives]], [[http://www.narm.org.uk/ National Association of Rooflight Manufacturers]] or the [[http://www.narm.com National Association of Recording Merchandisers.]].
13th Feb '17 11:20:33 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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Much of the strength of a Narmy moment comes from the severity of MoodWhiplash caused by it. Compare with NarmCharm. Contrast with DudeNotFunny, LevelBreaker or ComicalOverreacting. Sometimes Narm examples come from a moment being too realistic, in which case it falls under RealityIsUnrealistic.

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Much of the strength of a Narmy moment comes from the severity of MoodWhiplash caused by it. Compare with NarmCharm. Contrast with DudeNotFunny, LevelBreaker or ComicalOverreacting. Sometimes Narm examples come from a moment being too realistic, in which case it falls under RealityIsUnrealistic.
RealityIsUnrealistic, or from overshooting its mark and making it come off as trying much too hard to sell the drama, pathos, or sense of awe the moment is meant to evoke.
26th Jan '17 7:57:14 AM Theatre_Maven_3695
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* Narm/WebOriginal
9th Nov '16 4:40:53 PM Berrenta
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7th Jul '16 5:16:54 PM kablammin45
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** Narm/GoAnimate
25th Jun '16 6:31:54 AM hubakon1368
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19th Jun '16 2:10:02 PM ProbableCod
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4th Jun '16 7:41:04 PM caivu
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It is [[TropeNamer named for]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiOKNggPh4Q a famous scene]] in the last season of ''Series/SixFeetUnder'', where main character Nate suffers a brain embolism. He suddenly grabs his right arm and repeats "Numb arm", but then it quickly degenerates into "N'arm! N'arm!" in an [[Series/FamilyMatters "Urkel voice"]] before he comically rolls up his eyes and drops to the floor. Even though the moment was intended to be frightening, fans and critics overwhelmingly found the scene to be funny--you can even hear what sounds like a cameraman stifling laughter as Nate collapses.

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It is [[TropeNamer named for]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiOKNggPh4Q a famous scene]] in the last season of ''Series/SixFeetUnder'', where main character Nate suffers a brain embolism. He suddenly grabs his right arm and repeats "Numb arm", but then it quickly degenerates into "N'arm! N'arm!" in an [[Series/FamilyMatters "Urkel voice"]] before he comically rolls up his eyes and drops to the floor. Even though the moment was intended to be frightening, fans and critics overwhelmingly found the scene to be funny--you can even hear what sounds like a cameraman stifling laughter as Nate collapses.
funny.
25th May '16 5:26:31 PM kablammin45
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* Narm/WebOriginal
3rd Apr '16 5:13:39 PM nombretomado
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It is [[TropeNamer named for]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiOKNggPh4Q a famous scene]] in the last season of ''Series/SixFeetUnder'', where main character Nate suffers a brain embolism. He suddenly grabs his right arm and repeats "Numb arm", but then it quickly degenerates into "N'arm! N'arm!" in an [[FamilyMatters "Urkel voice"]] before he comically rolls up his eyes and drops to the floor. Even though the moment was intended to be frightening, fans and critics overwhelmingly found the scene to be funny--you can even hear what sounds like a cameraman stifling laughter as Nate collapses.

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It is [[TropeNamer named for]] [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiOKNggPh4Q a famous scene]] in the last season of ''Series/SixFeetUnder'', where main character Nate suffers a brain embolism. He suddenly grabs his right arm and repeats "Numb arm", but then it quickly degenerates into "N'arm! N'arm!" in an [[FamilyMatters [[Series/FamilyMatters "Urkel voice"]] before he comically rolls up his eyes and drops to the floor. Even though the moment was intended to be frightening, fans and critics overwhelmingly found the scene to be funny--you can even hear what sounds like a cameraman stifling laughter as Nate collapses.
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