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30th May '18 1:55:31 AM LinTaylor
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* In the ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' lore video covering the [[MegaCorp Schnee Dust Company]], narrator [[DeadpanSnarker Qrow Branwen]] refers to the Schnee family as "S-N-O-Bs" in a tone of voice that suggests the "N" should be silent.
8th May '18 5:45:26 AM MasterFuzzy
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** In the [[Film/JohnWickChapter2 sequel]], Winston asks Santino to sign the ledger denoting that John Wick has paid his debt to the man. When Santino deflects, Winston repeats himself but adds on a "Sir" in a tone suggesting he'd say "Assole" if he wasn't a ConsumateProfessional.

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** In the [[Film/JohnWickChapter2 sequel]], Winston asks Santino to sign the ledger denoting that John Wick has paid his debt to the man. When Santino deflects, Winston repeats himself but adds on a "Sir" in a tone suggesting he'd say "Assole" if he wasn't a ConsumateProfessional.ConsummateProfessional.
19th Mar '18 7:38:23 PM burinnu
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* Anyone who works in customer service or has to deal with customer complaints on a regular basis at their job can tell you that part of dealing with such a job revolves around hiding thoughts like "go to hell" in words like "I'm sorry to hear that."
6th Mar '18 7:42:15 PM Caswin
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* In ''Literature/{{Thunderball}}'', Bond happens to be nearby for an argument with a clerk where, the text confirms, the "damn you" hung in the air unsaid when the client finally goes along.
27th Feb '18 6:54:52 AM CaptainTedium
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* In ''WesternAnimation/CaptainSimianAndTheSpaceMonkeys'', Spydor would frequently use such intensifiers as "monkey-loving" or "monkey-flipping" to compensate for not being able to say "motherfucking" in a children's cartoon.
22nd Feb '18 7:39:21 PM nombretomado
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* In his memoir, RogueWarrior, Captain Dick Marcinko reports calling bad officers "sir" but meaning "cur."

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* In his memoir, RogueWarrior, Literature/RogueWarrior, Captain Dick Marcinko reports calling bad officers "sir" but meaning "cur."
20th Feb '18 6:41:22 AM batty3108
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** ''Discworld/Snuff'' shows that coppers learn to inflect "Sir" so that it sounds like "trembling ''arsehole''".

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** ''Discworld/Snuff'' ''Discworld/{{Snuff}}'' shows that coppers learn to inflect "Sir" so that it sounds like "trembling ''arsehole''".
20th Feb '18 6:40:38 AM batty3108
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** ''Discworld/Snuff'' shows that coppers learn to inflect "Sir" so that it sounds like "trembling ''arsehole''".
8th Feb '18 11:33:23 PM TheSinful
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** In the [[Film/JohnWickChapter2 sequel]], Winston asks Santino to sign the ledger denoting that John Wick has paid his debt to the man. When Santino deflects, Winston repeats himself but adds on a "Sir" in a tone suggesting he'd say "Assole" if he wasn't a ConsumateProfessional.
17th Jan '18 2:02:06 AM Technicolourtardis
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* In ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'', Vlad Masters uses food items such as "fudge buckets", "butter biscuits", "cheese logs", "butter brickle", etc. All of which practically mean OhCrap.
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