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29th Apr '16 4:31:34 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** Speaking of which, in "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming", there was Colonel Hapablap's "What in the World According to Garp?"
11th Apr '16 11:39:58 AM Teenlyokofan7777
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* Occasionally one might find a ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' fic that uses [[BigBad XANA]]'s name in place of curses.
25th Mar '16 4:11:19 PM Discar
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** Ling uses "[[Creator/OsamuTezuka Tezuka]]" [[CreatorWorship in place of "God."]] She also occasional uses "velvet Hells," which is a shorter version of "[[spoiler:by the velvet-draped halls of Shendilavri]]," which is a [[spoiler:succubus curse. It's a sign she used to be a succubus herself]].

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** Ling uses "[[Creator/OsamuTezuka Tezuka]]" [[CreatorWorship in place of "God."]] She also occasional occasionally uses "velvet Hells," which is a shorter version of "[[spoiler:by the velvet-draped halls of Shendilavri]]," which is a [[spoiler:succubus curse. It's a sign she used to be a succubus herself]].
25th Mar '16 2:15:58 PM Discar
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** Vampires reference darkness and blood ("blood and shadow," "deep night"). Vampires also tend to use Romanian, especially for curses; "noapte" ("night") is pretty common.
*** Canians (pyro-vampires) put their own spin on the vampire curses, swearing "burning darkness" and "boiling blood."

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** Vampires reference darkness and blood ("blood and shadow," "deep night"). Vampires also tend to use Romanian, especially for curses; "noapte" ("night") is pretty common.
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common. Canians (pyro-vampires) put their own spin on the vampire curses, swearing "burning darkness" and "boiling blood."



** Ling uses "[[Creator/OsamuTezuka Tezuka]]" [[CreatorWorship in place of "God."]]

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** Ling uses "[[Creator/OsamuTezuka Tezuka]]" [[CreatorWorship in place of "God."]]"]] She also occasional uses "velvet Hells," which is a shorter version of "[[spoiler:by the velvet-draped halls of Shendilavri]]," which is a [[spoiler:succubus curse. It's a sign she used to be a succubus herself]].
** Seena is a vampire, but she uses demon curses because the patron of her orphanage was a demon. Her boss tries to get her to change, with little success.
24th Mar '16 7:04:43 AM DarkPhoenix94
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* ''Fanfic/ChildOfTheStorm'' has Harry, who has recently discovered that his father was the mortal incarnation of ComicBook/TheMightyThor, trying to figure who to swear by (or possibly at) as a RunningGag.
11th Mar '16 2:06:14 PM FF32
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%%* In ''Naruto Veangance Revelaitons'', the author is so anti-religion that he once has his AuthorAvatar scold Sakura for saying "omg", adding that [[spoiler:the brainwashing that turned her into a Christian has worn off]], and prefers to use "Oh my [[RichardDawkins Dawkins]]" instead.

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%%* In ''Naruto Veangance Revelaitons'', the author is so anti-religion that he once has his AuthorAvatar scold Sakura for saying "omg", adding that [[spoiler:the brainwashing that turned her into a Christian has worn off]], and prefers to use "Oh my [[RichardDawkins [[UsefulNotes/RichardDawkins Dawkins]]" instead.
6th Mar '16 6:13:51 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': ComicBook/{{Starfire}} frequently exclaims "X'hal!" when surprised, and has said something to the effect of "Thank X'hal you're all right!" at least once.
** This becomes slightly odd when it turns out X'hal is at best very destructive and probably a little bit crazy. FridgeBrilliance when you realize the ''Tamaranians'' swing wildly between passionate lovers and ProudWarriorRace without a whole lot of moods in between.

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* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'': ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'':
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ComicBook/{{Starfire}} frequently exclaims "X'hal!" when surprised, and has said something to the effect of "Thank X'hal you're all right!" at least once.
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once. This becomes slightly odd when it turns out X'hal is at best very destructive and probably a little bit crazy. FridgeBrilliance when you realize the ''Tamaranians'' swing wildly between passionate lovers and ProudWarriorRace without a whole lot of moods in between.


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* Despite being AmbiguouslyChristian a good half of the ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' fandom has decided that Anna and Elsa worship Norse gods. Thus "oh my gods" and similar phrases are spouted in many fanworks.
13th Feb '16 12:36:35 PM DiagorasCinna
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* ''Literature/OneNationUnderJupiter'': Quite often, usually by [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Castor_and_Pollux Pollux]].
9th Feb '16 11:36:00 AM Alia_of
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* In ''Literature/{{Seraphina}} characters swear by their Saints. Often the curses are rhymed and/or refer a characteristic feature of the saint, like "Blue St. Prue!" (she was literally blue), "St. Daan in a pan!" (he was a martyr, boiled in a pan) or "Sweet St. Siucre!"

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* In ''Literature/{{Seraphina}} ''Literature/{{Seraphina}}'' characters swear by their Saints. Often the curses are rhymed and/or refer a characteristic feature of the saint, like "Blue St. Prue!" (she was literally blue), "St. Daan in a pan!" (he was a martyr, boiled in a pan) or "Sweet St. Siucre!"
9th Feb '16 11:31:29 AM Alia_of
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* In ''Literature/{{Seraphina}} characters swear by their Saints. Often the curses are rhymed and/or refer a characteristic feature of the saint, like "Blue St. Prue!" (she was literally blue), "St. Daan in a pan!" (he was a martyr, boiled in a pan) or "Sweet St. Siucre!"
* In ''Literature/{{Kane}}'' characters swear by the different gods or demons. "Shenan's tits!" are quite popular, and so are references to Lord Tloluvin (lord of demons) and his Seven Hells.
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