History Main / NotSoDifferent

7th Oct '17 8:46:35 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/JimmyJacobs has repeatedly tried to pull this on [[Wrestling/DeanAmbrose Jon Moxley]]. This once lead to the two being chained together in Insanity Pro Wrestling, for [[GimmickMatches a dog collar match]] after Jacobs cost Moxley the promotion's top championship and said that when he looked at Moxley he stared at himself in a mirror.

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* Wrestling/JimmyJacobs has repeatedly tried to pull this on [[Wrestling/DeanAmbrose Jon Moxley]]. This once lead to the two being chained together in Insanity Pro Wrestling, for [[GimmickMatches a dog collar match]] after Jacobs cost Moxley the promotion's top championship belt and said that when he looked at Moxley he stared at himself in a mirror.
22nd Jul '17 9:48:37 AM Mhazard
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12th Jun '17 3:04:13 PM Mineboot45
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2nd Mar '17 2:42:18 AM DoctorNemesis
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Heroes sometimes use this to confront a WellIntentionedExtremist or a KnightTemplar as [[WhatTheHellHero to call them out.]] Being compared to their enemy will often trigger their BerserkButton. Contrasts with NotSoSimilar and YouKeepTellingYourselfThat. Also compare SharedFamilyQuirks, which is when two seemingly different family members have something in common behavior wise.

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Heroes sometimes use this to confront a WellIntentionedExtremist or a KnightTemplar as [[WhatTheHellHero to call them out.]] Being compared to their enemy will often trigger their BerserkButton. Contrasts with NotSoSimilar and YouKeepTellingYourselfThat. Also compare SharedFamilyQuirks, which is when two seemingly different family members have something in common behavior wise. HitlerAteSugar is when this trope is stretched to the point of becoming a fallacy.
18th Jan '17 3:03:04 PM Gene0129
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Heroes sometimes use this to confront a WellIntentionedExtremist or a KnightTemplar as [[WhatTheHellHero to call them out.]] Being compared to their enemy will often trigger their BerserkButton. Contrasts with NotSoSimilar and YouKeepTellingYourselfThat.

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Heroes sometimes use this to confront a WellIntentionedExtremist or a KnightTemplar as [[WhatTheHellHero to call them out.]] Being compared to their enemy will often trigger their BerserkButton. Contrasts with NotSoSimilar and YouKeepTellingYourselfThat. Also compare SharedFamilyQuirks, which is when two seemingly different family members have something in common behavior wise.
12th Dec '16 4:16:14 PM MiinU
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Heroes sometimes use this to confront a WellIntentionedExtremist or a KnightTemplar as [[WhatTheHellHero to call them out.]] Being compared to their enemy will often trigger their BerserkButton. For the trope's opposite, see NotSoSimilar.

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Heroes sometimes use this to confront a WellIntentionedExtremist or a KnightTemplar as [[WhatTheHellHero to call them out.]] Being compared to their enemy will often trigger their BerserkButton. For the trope's opposite, see NotSoSimilar.Contrasts with NotSoSimilar and YouKeepTellingYourselfThat.
11th Dec '16 4:26:09 AM Beedle
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* ''How Green Was My Cactus'': "Boris and Gorby go to McDonalds" is about UsefulNotes/MikhailGorbachev and BorisYeltsin opening up to western capitalism. There experience with fast food gives them the following revelation:

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* ''How Green Was My Cactus'': "Boris and Gorby go to McDonalds" is about UsefulNotes/MikhailGorbachev and BorisYeltsin opening up to western capitalism. There Their experience with fast food gives them the following revelation:
28th Nov '16 1:59:57 PM TrollBrutal
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28th Nov '16 1:50:52 PM TrollBrutal
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Two characters or outfits who seem radically different turn out to have more in common than they would like to believe.

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Two characters or outfits who seem radically different turn out to have more in common than they would like to believe.
believe, and this doesn't go unnoticed in the story.
15th Aug '16 6:32:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''How Green Was My Cactus'': "Boris and Gorby go to McDonalds" is about MikhailGorbachev and BorisYeltsin opening up to western capitalism. There experience with fast food gives them the following revelation:

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* ''How Green Was My Cactus'': "Boris and Gorby go to McDonalds" is about MikhailGorbachev UsefulNotes/MikhailGorbachev and BorisYeltsin opening up to western capitalism. There experience with fast food gives them the following revelation:
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