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24th Nov '16 9:30:52 AM Random888
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* ''[[{{Peanuts}} A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving]]'': Peppermint Patty invites herself to Charlie Brown's house for Thanksgiving dinner, not giving Charlie the chance to explain that he's going to his grandmother's for dinner.

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* ''[[{{Peanuts}} A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving]]'': ''WesternAnimation/ACharlieBrownThanksgiving'': Peppermint Patty invites herself to Charlie Brown's house for Thanksgiving dinner, not giving Charlie the chance to explain that he's going to his grandmother's for dinner.
5th Nov '16 9:33:33 AM nombretomado
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* ''MickeyMouseWorks'': Daisy's berating DonaldDuck for (for example) dancing with her neighbor (the neighbor literally dragged Donald into it), while he's supposed to be building a brick wall at her house.

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* ''MickeyMouseWorks'': ''WesternAnimation/MickeyMouseWorks'': Daisy's berating DonaldDuck for (for example) dancing with her neighbor (the neighbor literally dragged Donald into it), while he's supposed to be building a brick wall at her house.
29th Oct '16 2:11:33 PM nombretomado
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* ''GuildWars'' plays with this on multiple levels. The Charr in the first game are presented as an AlwaysChaoticEvil race of invading fire-worshiping hellcats who live to destroy and enslave, and like to eat their human prisoners, and that slaughtering and torturing the Charr is not at all a bad thing. Both the characters in-game and the players were lead to believe this was the truth. Cue ''GuildWars2'' revealing that all that was only propaganda from the human kingdoms - the Charr are far more complex, never ate people, and the invasion was their struggle to reclaim their occupied homeland.

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* ''GuildWars'' ''VideoGame/GuildWars'' plays with this on multiple levels. The Charr in the first game are presented as an AlwaysChaoticEvil race of invading fire-worshiping hellcats who live to destroy and enslave, and like to eat their human prisoners, and that slaughtering and torturing the Charr is not at all a bad thing. Both the characters in-game and the players were lead to believe this was the truth. Cue ''GuildWars2'' ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'' revealing that all that was only propaganda from the human kingdoms - the Charr are far more complex, never ate people, and the invasion was their struggle to reclaim their occupied homeland.
19th Jun '16 2:09:37 PM Nintendoman01
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* ''ComicBook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog'': After the events of the [[{{Technopath}} Iron Queen's]] occupation of New Mobotropolis, which briefly resulted in NICOLE being hijacked and forced to help trap citizens in their home, Mina, hoping to spread awareness regarding possible problems with NICOLE being compromised again, uses her status as an IdolSinger to her advantage to start spreading such messages with her music. It's only after her first song is sent that she discovers from Sonic and Sally that NICOLE had actually broken free from the Iron Queen's control, but was working undercover to protect as many people as she could, which Mina was not aware of beforehand. This, combined with a HatePlague generated by Ixis Naugus, eventually results in NICOLE being banished from the city, something Mina never intended.
20th May '16 12:15:20 PM TVRulezAgain
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* The first ''{{Shrek}}'' movie pulled off a two-sided version of this. Shrek half-overhears a conversation between Fiona and Donkey, but misses the most significant part: that Fiona turns into an ogre at night. The next day Shrek and Fiona both assume that Shrek heard the whole conversation and each jump to a false conclusion.
** The ''Shrek'' conversation is skillfully crafted to become two separate scenes based on whether or not you know the piece of information; of course, the audience is aware of it at the time.

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* The first ''{{Shrek}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' movie pulled off a two-sided version of this. Shrek half-overhears a conversation between Fiona and Donkey, but misses the most significant part: that Fiona turns into an ogre at night. The next day Shrek and Fiona both assume that Shrek heard the whole conversation and each jump to a false conclusion.
** The ''Shrek'' conversation is skillfully crafted to become two separate scenes based on whether or not you know the piece of information; of course, the audience is aware of it at the time.
23rd Mar '16 1:07:36 PM hlynn117
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* ''Literature/GodsPlay'': Happens when William tries to explain being a shifter to Toby when [[DistressedDude he's in a compromising situation]]
2nd Jan '16 8:02:01 AM Doug86
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* ''IAmWeasel'': the Weasel berates I.R. Baboon for coming late for a motorcycle test and refuses to listen to whatever stupid explanation he has. He finds out too late he forgot the brakes to the motorcycle, leading to [[HilarityEnsues wacky hijinks]].

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* ''IAmWeasel'': ''WesternAnimation/IAmWeasel'': the Weasel berates I.R. Baboon for coming late for a motorcycle test and refuses to listen to whatever stupid explanation he has. He finds out too late he forgot the brakes to the motorcycle, leading to [[HilarityEnsues wacky hijinks]].
19th Nov '15 4:35:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''HeyArnold!'', "Arnold & Lila": Lila won't stop talking long enough to allow Arnold time to say he didn't write "Arnold and Lila" on some wall. Helga had scrawled "Lila" in place of you-know-who to hide her dirty laundry... only to create this other dirty laundry.
* ''AllGrownUp!'', "It's Cupid, Stupid": Nicole won't stop being excited over Tommy long enough for Tommy to tell about Chuckie wanting to ask her out to a Valentine's dance (ImaginaryLoveTriangle).

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\n* ''HeyArnold!'', ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'', "Arnold & Lila": Lila won't stop talking long enough to allow Arnold time to say he didn't write "Arnold and Lila" on some wall. Helga had scrawled "Lila" in place of you-know-who to hide her dirty laundry... only to create this other dirty laundry.
* ''AllGrownUp!'', ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'', "It's Cupid, Stupid": Nicole won't stop being excited over Tommy long enough for Tommy to tell about Chuckie wanting to ask her out to a Valentine's dance (ImaginaryLoveTriangle).
19th Nov '15 4:35:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''AllGrownUp!'', "Brother, Can You Spare The Time?": Dil appears on a talk show, "What's Your Tragedy?", about Tommy abandoning him upon winning an award in filmmaking, prompting booing and jeers from the audience when Tommy shows up to explain his side (basically, that it's not the case at all).

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* ''AllGrownUp!'', ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'', "Brother, Can You Spare The Time?": Dil appears on a talk show, "What's Your Tragedy?", about Tommy abandoning him upon winning an award in filmmaking, prompting booing and jeers from the audience when Tommy shows up to explain his side (basically, that it's not the case at all).
5th Nov '15 5:23:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'' pretty much lives on this trope, with Akane barging in with fist flying and Ranma ([[NoSocialSkills social retard that he is]]) usually too tongue-tied to do more than stammer out a "[[ICanExplain Let me explain]]" before [[MegatonPunch going sub-orbital]]. Maybe one time out of ten is the incident that draws Akane's ire actually Ranma's fault. (Although, to be fair, there's much less of that in the manga)

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\n* ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'' ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' pretty much lives on this trope, with Akane barging in with fist flying and Ranma ([[NoSocialSkills social retard that he is]]) usually too tongue-tied to do more than stammer out a "[[ICanExplain Let me explain]]" before [[MegatonPunch going sub-orbital]]. Maybe one time out of ten is the incident that draws Akane's ire actually Ranma's fault. (Although, to be fair, there's much less of that in the manga)
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