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21st Sep '16 12:07:16 AM LucaEarlgrey
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Can be very strong NightmareFuel. That is, when it isn't used in some really odd {{Hentai}} (remember RuleThirtyFour, boys and girls). Still, do not read the examples unless you want to be really {{squick}}ed.

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Can be very strong NightmareFuel. That is, NightmareFuel, even and especially when it isn't it's used in some really odd {{Hentai}} (remember RuleThirtyFour, boys and girls). Still, do not read the examples unless you want to be really {{squick}}ed.
6th Aug '16 3:08:32 PM nombretomado
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* The DCUniverse ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' series answers a question no one ever asked before: can [[spoiler:OrificeInvasion of a ''robot'']] be made to look horrific? The answer? Dear God, yes.

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* The DCUniverse Franchise/DCUniverse ''ComicBook/FiftyTwo'' series answers a question no one ever asked before: can [[spoiler:OrificeInvasion of a ''robot'']] be made to look horrific? The answer? Dear God, yes.
9th Jul '16 11:04:28 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}: Island of Doom'', Zaktan "lectures" one of his men, Avak, by [[WormThatWalks dispersing his body into the microscopic insects its made up of]], and swarming them into Avak's mouth and eyes.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}: ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}: Island of Doom'', Zaktan "lectures" one of his men, Avak, by [[WormThatWalks dispersing his body into the microscopic insects its made up of]], and swarming them into Avak's mouth and eyes.
25th Mar '16 7:08:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* A classic ''NightGallery'' episode has a man hiring someone to do away with a rival by planting an earwig in his ear at night, where it will crawl into his head, constantly eating (see "Real Life" below) -- in a karmic slip-up he gets it planted in himself. In a million-to-one fluke, he survives weeks of agony when it crawls out his other ear. With the boldness of one who's been through Hell he owns up to his deed and claims he'd do it again...[[spoiler:then he finds out the earwig was an egg-laying female.]]

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* A classic ''NightGallery'' ''Series/NightGallery'' episode has a man hiring someone to do away with a rival by planting an earwig in his ear at night, where it will crawl into his head, constantly eating (see "Real Life" below) -- in a karmic slip-up he gets it planted in himself. In a million-to-one fluke, he survives weeks of agony when it crawls out his other ear. With the boldness of one who's been through Hell he owns up to his deed and claims he'd do it again...[[spoiler:then he finds out the earwig was an egg-laying female.]]
14th Mar '16 1:29:18 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* Ignatius of {{Literature/Horns}} can exert control over snakes. [[spoiler: He uses this to trick a large snake into slithering into the open mouth of an injured villain, resulting in his death.]]

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* Ignatius of {{Literature/Horns}} ''Literature/{{Horns}}'' can exert control over snakes. [[spoiler: He uses this to trick a large snake into slithering into the open mouth of an injured villain, resulting in his death.]]
30th Jan '16 8:04:54 AM nombretomado
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* ''SymBionicTitan'' takes this to a disturbing extreme. Xishi, a squid-like monster about the size of an average human, climbs ''all the way down her victim's throat'' and forces them to speak the truth. What's really creepy about it is that Xishi's face is visible from inside the victim's throat.

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* ''SymBionicTitan'' ''WesternAnimation/SymBionicTitan'' takes this to a disturbing extreme. Xishi, a squid-like monster about the size of an average human, climbs ''all the way down her victim's throat'' and forces them to speak the truth. What's really creepy about it is that Xishi's face is visible from inside the victim's throat.
13th Jan '16 11:20:50 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Done in [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Sylvester's]] first short ''Life With Feathers'', in which a [[IncrediblyLamePun henpecked]] male bird wants to commit suicide, so decides to feed himself to the cat. Of course, Sylvester is [[ParanoiaFuel suspicious]] about why the bird would want to do this, so he spends the entire cartoon running away, with the aforementioned bird chasing him and pleading to be eaten. Found [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3li1j_life-with-feathers_family here]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes''
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Done in [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Sylvester's]] first short ''Life With Feathers'', in which a [[IncrediblyLamePun henpecked]] male bird wants to commit suicide, so decides to feed himself to the cat. Of course, Sylvester is [[ParanoiaFuel suspicious]] about why the bird would want to do this, so he spends the entire cartoon running away, with the aforementioned bird chasing him and pleading to be eaten. Found [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3li1j_life-with-feathers_family here]].


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** In "Beanstalk Bunny'', Bugs and Daffy try to get away from the giant (Elmer) by crawling into his ears and into his head. Elmer isn't hurt (indeed, his head seems quite empty) but gets angry and "smokes" them out by lighting a cigarette.
6th Jan '16 7:40:20 AM MadCat221
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** In a bit of a twist, through the mouth is the ''more pleasant'' way for a Goa'uld symbiote to enter a human host: Goa'uld normally enter through the neck, not wishing to see the expression of horror on their future host's face as their body is stolen from them. Only the Tok'ra, a [[DefectorFromDecadence breakaway group]] who only accept voluntary hosts, normally enter through the mouth.

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** In a bit of a twist, through the mouth is the ''more pleasant'' way for a Goa'uld symbiote to enter a human host: Goa'uld normally enter through the neck, not wishing to see the expression of horror on their future host's face as their body is stolen from them. Only the Tok'ra, a [[DefectorFromDecadence breakaway breakaway]] [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch group]] who only accept voluntary hosts, normally enter through the mouth.
6th Jan '16 7:39:55 AM MadCat221
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** In a bit of a twist, through the mouth is the ''more pleasant'' way for a Goa'uld symbiote to enter a human host: Goa'uld normally enter through the neck, not wishing to see the expression on their future host's face. Only the Tok'ra, a [[DefectorFromDecadence breakaway group]] who only accept voluntary hosts, normally enter through the mouth.

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** In a bit of a twist, through the mouth is the ''more pleasant'' way for a Goa'uld symbiote to enter a human host: Goa'uld normally enter through the neck, not wishing to see the expression of horror on their future host's face.face as their body is stolen from them. Only the Tok'ra, a [[DefectorFromDecadence breakaway group]] who only accept voluntary hosts, normally enter through the mouth.
9th Nov '15 5:13:56 PM thatother1dude
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', The Monarch threatens to dunk the Venture family in a river teeming with candirus. Bizarrely, Dr. Venture claims the candiru are a myth (making it unclear if it's a mistake by the authors of the show or [[BunglingInventor Dr. Venture himself]]).
** This is likely a call back to the first episode where Dr. Venture insists that Chupacabra are not real but later finds dozens have stowed away on his jet. Also, though Candiru are real, the medical community has pretty much cried foul on its alleged method of attack, so Dr. Venture might simply have meant the whole "swimming into your urethra" is a myth.

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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', The Monarch threatens to dunk the Venture family in a river teeming with candirus. Bizarrely, Dr. Venture claims the candiru are a myth (making it unclear if (when it's a mistake by just the authors of the show or [[BunglingInventor Dr. Venture himself]]).
** This is likely a call back to the first episode where Dr. Venture insists that Chupacabra are not real but later finds dozens have stowed away on his jet. Also, though Candiru are real, the medical community has pretty much cried foul on its alleged method of attack, so Dr. Venture might simply have meant the whole "swimming
part about them crawling into your urethra" is a myth.people that's made up).
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