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29th Oct '17 12:46:33 PM Teenlyokofan7777
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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheHedge'' has Verne ignore Hammy telling him about the titular Hedge that has surrounded their land until he was finished passing out a tiny ration of food.
13th Oct '17 9:16:37 PM Monolaf317
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* ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'': In Episode 40, when Mackenzie and Brittnay argue over about what they need to do next regarding the future of their cheer squad, they continuously ignore a questioning Trisha. She finally gets their attention when she begins shouting and panicking loudly, thinking that she's turned into a ghost.
30th Sep '17 3:45:05 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'':
** This trope proves to be Iznogoud's downfall in "The Mysterious Billposter". In attempting to trap the Caliph in a magic poster advertising holidays on a tropical island, Iznogoud has got himself trapped in the poster as well, and he keeps sending the Caliph away on walks so that he can escape unnoticed. As each escape plan fails, the Caliph keeps returning to tell Iznogoud about the strange things he has seen, and the increasingly angry Iznogoud keeps dismissing him. Eventually, the Caliph takes the hint and leaves, surprised that Iznogoud doesn't want to hear that he's found another person in the poster world: the billposter who created the magic poster to begin with, and who is now putting up a second poster of the Caliph's bedroom which he tries out on the Caliph. Sure enough, the Caliph re-appears in his own world, while Iznogoud is reduced to ordering Wa'at Alahf to shove him backwards repeatedly in the hope that he'll fall out of the poster again.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'':
** This trope proves to be
''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'': Several stories see Iznogoud's downfall in resulting from his decision to ignore someone (usually the Caliph) who is trying to tell him something important while he tries to carry out his latest scheme to become Caliph instead of the Caliph.
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"The Mysterious Billposter". In Billposter", in attempting to trap the Caliph in a magic poster advertising holidays on a tropical island, Iznogoud has got himself trapped in the poster as well, and he keeps sending the Caliph away on walks so that he can escape unnoticed. As each escape plan fails, the Caliph keeps returning to tell Iznogoud about the strange things he has seen, and the increasingly angry Iznogoud keeps dismissing him. Eventually, the Caliph takes the hint and leaves, surprised that Iznogoud doesn't want to hear that he's found another person in the poster world: the billposter who created the magic poster to begin with, and who is now putting up a second poster of the Caliph's bedroom which he tries out on the Caliph. Sure enough, the Caliph re-appears in his own world, while Iznogoud is reduced to ordering Wa'at Alahf to shove him backwards repeatedly in the hope that he'll fall out of the poster again.



** In "The Merchant of Forgetfulness", when Iznogoud tries to spray an amnesia scent on the Caliph, he ignores the latter's complaints about the open window. A gust of wind blows the potion on Iznogoud's face.

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** In "The Merchant of Forgetfulness", when Iznogoud tries to spray an amnesia scent on the Caliph, he ignores the latter's complaints about the open window. A gust of wind blows the potion on Iznogoud's face.face, wiping his mind and memory completely.
28th Sep '17 12:00:54 PM KingClark
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31st Aug '17 10:32:36 PM jormis29
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* In the Creator/HannaBarbera TV movie ''Yogi's Ark Lark'', Yogi and company go on a journey to find a place that's [[GreenAesop not polluted]] [[HumansAreBastards or otherwise disturbed by man]]. Boo Boo has the correct solution right from the start, but no-one listens to him until the end after visiting many different places.

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* In the Creator/HannaBarbera TV movie ''Yogi's Ark Lark'', ''WesternAnimation/YogisArkLark'', Yogi and company go on a journey to find a place that's [[GreenAesop not polluted]] [[HumansAreBastards or otherwise disturbed by man]]. Boo Boo has the correct solution right from the start, but no-one listens to him until the end after visiting many different places.
29th Jul '17 6:15:20 AM Omeganian
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* The second book of the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series starts with Rachel attempting to warn Chase that some strange creature is approaching while Chase is busy discussing some matters with Zedd. Chase brushes her off, since an indoors garden can have no dangerous animals. Once they barely beat of the murderous demonic creature (at the cost of several dozen bystanders), Chase tells her "Give me a kick if I ever ignore your words again".

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* The second book of the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series starts with Rachel attempting to warn Chase that some strange creature is approaching while Chase is busy discussing some matters with Zedd. Chase brushes her off, since an indoors garden can have no dangerous animals. Once they barely beat of off the murderous demonic creature (at the cost of several dozen bystanders), Chase tells her "Give me a kick if I ever ignore your words again".
27th Jul '17 11:01:48 AM Omeganian
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*** That part is highly exaggerated. With Hitler constantly shifting the attack date, and the forces on the border not even matching what was sent against France in 1940, the reports ''legitimately'' weren't believable, and some, in fact, ''were'' obvious misinformation (a classic being one stating the first priority for Germans would be bombarding car factories in Moscow).

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*** That part is highly exaggerated. With Hitler constantly shifting the attack date, and the forces on the border not even matching what was sent against France in 1940, the reports ''legitimately'' weren't believable, and some, in fact, ''were'' obvious misinformation (a classic being one stating the first priority for Germans would be bombarding car factories in Moscow). As for the "hours before they woke him up", much of the inner circle was in his cabinet at quarter to six in the morning.
26th Jul '17 8:56:00 PM Omeganian
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* The second book of the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series starts with Rachel attempting to warn Chase that some strange creature is approaching while Chase is busy discussing some matters with Zedd. Chase brushes her off, since an indoors garden can have no dangerous animals. Once they barely beat of the murderous demonic creature (at the cost of several dozen bystanders), Chase tells her "Give me a kick if I ever ignore your words again".


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*** That part is highly exaggerated. With Hitler constantly shifting the attack date, and the forces on the border not even matching what was sent against France in 1940, the reports ''legitimately'' weren't believable, and some, in fact, ''were'' obvious misinformation (a classic being one stating the first priority for Germans would be bombarding car factories in Moscow).
21st Jul '17 2:00:34 PM infernape612
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* In ''Film/ToraToraTora'', when the USS ''Ward'' sinks an invading Japanese submarine attempting to sneak into the Pearl Harbor base and radios the base about the incident, a captain refuses to believe it and refuses to pass it on because the ''Ward'''s captain was very young and new. Lampshaded in the base commander, Admiral Kimmel, is furious that he didn't get the report right away.

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* In ''Film/ToraToraTora'', when the USS ''Ward'' sinks an invading Japanese submarine attempting to sneak into the Pearl Harbor base and radios the base about the incident, a captain refuses to believe it and refuses to pass it on because the ''Ward'''s captain was very young and new. Lampshaded in when the base commander, Admiral Kimmel, is furious that he didn't get the report right away.



-->'''Mr. Poe:''' You're so [[ProperlyParanoid paranoid]] about Count Olaf. Remember at Professor Mongomorey's house? You were convinced a visiting scientist was Olaf.\\

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-->'''Mr. Poe:''' You're so [[ProperlyParanoid paranoid]] about Count Olaf. Remember at Professor Mongomorey's Montgomery's house? You were convinced a visiting scientist was Olaf.\\



--->'''Eretria:''' He was trying to warn you! ''[She] pointed to Wisp. The little fellow had collapsed in tears.''

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--->'''Eretria:''' -->'''Eretria:''' He was trying to warn you! ''[She] pointed to Wisp. The little fellow had collapsed in tears.''
21st Jul '17 1:45:13 PM infernape612
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* In ''Anime/LoveLive'', this is practically the reason Kotori gives Honoka for why she never told her [[spoiler:she is going to study aboard to a european fashion school]]: she tried to, but everytime she opened her mouth, Honoka brushed her off in favor of Love Live. Honoka's quite ashamed at the fact that a lot of trouble would have been done away if she hadn't spent that time focusing on Love Live.

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* In ''Anime/LoveLive'', this is practically the reason Kotori gives Honoka for why she never told her [[spoiler:she is going to study aboard to a european European fashion school]]: she tried to, but everytime every time she opened her mouth, Honoka brushed her off in favor of Love Live. Honoka's quite ashamed at the fact that a lot of trouble would have been done away if she hadn't spent that time focusing on Love Live.
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