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9th Jun '17 2:22:54 PM tropower
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* ''VideoGame/HotelMario''
-->'''Mario''': "So THIS is where Wendy's hid the real coins!"
10th Apr '17 11:20:37 AM TheHeroHartmut
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* Opening sequence of ''{{WesternAnimation/Up}}'': Carl and Ellie save up for their trip to Patagonia by dropping coins in a glass jug labelled "Paradise Falls"; but when a flat tire, broken leg, or tree limb falling on the house forces them to raid their savings, they do so by Carl smashing the jug with a hammer.

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* Opening sequence of ''{{WesternAnimation/Up}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'': Carl and Ellie save up for their trip to Patagonia by dropping coins in a glass jug labelled "Paradise Falls"; but when events such as a flat tire, broken leg, or tree limb falling on the house forces them to raid their savings, they do so by Carl smashing the jug with a hammer.



* Olimar from ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}'' has one as one of the ship parts. It contains all his savings.

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* Olimar from In the first ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}}'' has one as one of the ship parts. It game, Olimar owns a massive (relatively speaking) that contains all his savings.savings. It's the final of the possible of the ship parts that he can recover before his life support runs out, but it's not one of the required pieces that will get him off the planet. Of course, you need all 30 pieces if you want to get the [[MultipleEndings best ending]], so...



'''Lisa:''' Not in any of them ''you'' know about.

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'''Lisa:''' Not in any of them the ones ''you'' know about.
6th Mar '17 5:39:59 AM SpacemanSpoof
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* The "Feed the Pig" public-service ads play on this trope to encourage saving. Their mascot is a creepy-looking pig-person with a slot on his head like a traditional piggy bank.
11th Dec '16 9:04:54 PM Willbyr
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* One ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' storyline featured a pair of living piggybanks who were married. The husband stored all of their money inside himself to save up for their vacation on a cruise. Rat points out that the husband would need to be smashed to get the money. The wife piggybank then gets her hammer ready, confesses that she never really loved her husband, and makes plans to upgrade her cabin since she's only going to need one ticket. The final strip of the storyline has Pig steadfastly believing that the wife will choose her husband over money. [[spoiler:The last panel shows her relaxing on a lounge-chair alone enjoying a Mai Tai.]]

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* One ''ComicStrip/PearlsBeforeSwine'' storyline storyline[[labelnote:links]][[http://www.gocomics.com/pearlsbeforeswine/2003/09/08 1]], [[http://www.gocomics.com/pearlsbeforeswine/2003/09/09 2]], [[http://www.gocomics.com/pearlsbeforeswine/2003/09/10 3]], [[http://www.gocomics.com/pearlsbeforeswine/2003/09/11 4]][[/labelnote]] featured a pair of living piggybanks who were married. The husband stored all of their money inside himself to save up for their vacation on a cruise. Rat points out that the husband would need to be smashed to get the money. The wife piggybank then gets her hammer ready, confesses that she never really loved her husband, and makes plans to upgrade her cabin since she's only going to need one ticket. The final strip of the storyline has Pig steadfastly believing that the wife will choose her husband over money. [[spoiler:The last panel shows her relaxing on a lounge-chair alone enjoying a Mai Tai.]]]]
11th Dec '16 9:02:28 PM Willbyr
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* The old ''{{Nickelodeon}}'' show ''Don't Just Sit There'' had a segment where a girl showed viewers how to break their piggy banks if they were too sentimental to do it the regular way. Methods included leaving it on a high shelf and waiting for a cat to knock it over, and simply gritting your teeth and breaking it yourself. Subverted at the end, when her co-host walks by emptying his piggy bank the proper way.

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* The old ''{{Nickelodeon}}'' ''Creator/{{Nickelodeon}}'' show ''Don't Just Sit There'' had a segment where a girl showed viewers how to break their piggy banks if they were too sentimental to do it the regular way. Methods included leaving it on a high shelf and waiting for a cat to knock it over, and simply gritting your teeth and breaking it yourself. Subverted at the end, when her co-host walks by emptying his piggy bank the proper way.



* ''LazyTown'': A character properly known as 'Stingy' has a piggy he carries around wherever he goes.

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* ''LazyTown'': ''Series/LazyTown'': A character properly known as 'Stingy' has a piggy he carries around wherever he goes.



-->'''Pig 1:''' Your treat? Where did you get all that money?
-->'''Pig 2:''' Broke open my [[InvertedTrope people]] bank.

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-->'''Pig 1:''' Your treat? Where did you get all that money?
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--> '''Bart:''' How? You don't have any money in your piggy banks.
--> '''Lisa:''' Not in any of them ''you'' know about.

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--> '''Bart:''' How? You don't have any money in your piggy banks.
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'''Lisa:''' Not in any of them ''you'' know about.


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28th Nov '16 1:16:08 PM zarpaulus
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A stock symbol of saving money for a rainy day (or just saving money in general) is the good ol' ceramic Piggy Bank. It seems every child has one to store the leftovers from their allowance in... and whenever there's something they ''really'' want to buy with their money, the child will always, ''always'' fetch a hammer and proceed to, well, 'break the bank'. In real life, nearly all such banks have a removable stopper that can be used to extract the contents in a much safer (and less violent) manner.

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A stock symbol of saving money for a rainy day (or just saving money in general) is the good ol' ceramic Piggy Bank. It seems every child has one to store the leftovers from their allowance in... and whenever there's something they ''really'' want to buy with their money, the child will always, ''always'' fetch a hammer and proceed to, well, 'break the bank'. In real life, nearly all such banks nowadays have a removable stopper that can be used to extract the contents in a much safer (and less violent) manner.
manner, making that part something of a DeadHorseTrope.
8th Oct '16 9:09:14 AM Prfnoff
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The monetary storage item can also be in the shape of other animals.

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The monetary storage item can also be in the shape of other animals.animals; in Japan, the ManekiNeko is fairly common.
17th Sep '16 9:18:27 AM CorahsUncle
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* In ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'', when Gravelyn sends you to collect on her father's Unlife Insurance policy following the Chaos incident at Swordhaven Castle, the King's greedy pig of a tax collector has you thrown in prison rather than cough up the cash. After fighting through the guards, you then have to fight the Piggy Drake, which is basically one of these in boss form, in order to get through to the vault.

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* In ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'', when Gravelyn sends you to collect on her father's Unlife Insurance policy following the Chaos incident at Swordhaven Castle, the King's greedy pig of a tax collector has you thrown in into prison rather than cough up the cash. After fighting through the guards, you then have to fight the Piggy Drake, which is basically one of these in boss form, in order to get through to the vault.



* In ''VideoGame/{{Elona}}'', the game features kitty banks of various sizes in which the player can use to store gold coins. This is useful as the money inside the bank is not counted towards the player's monthly taxes. In order to retrieve their stored money, the player must destroy the kitty bank by throwing it.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Elona}}'', the game features kitty banks of various sizes in which the player can use to store gold coins. This is useful as the money inside the bank is not counted towards the player's monthly taxes. In order to retrieve their his stored money, the player must destroy the kitty bank by throwing it.



* Weird Ed in ''VideoGame/ManiacMansion'' has one. Total contents: thirty cents in dimes. You have to break it open to gain enough money to operate the telescope, but not while he's there.

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* Weird Ed in ''VideoGame/ManiacMansion'' has one. Total contents: thirty 30 cents in dimes. You have to break it open to gain enough money to operate the telescope, but not while he's there.


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* In the iOS game ''Toy Blast'', piggy banks can be cleared only with rockets or TNT detonators. A striped piggy bank, known as a "Sneaky Piggy", has to have its stripes removed before it can be cleared.
17th Sep '16 9:12:13 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* Opening sequence of ''{{WesternAnimation/Up}}'': Carl and Ellie save up for their trip to Patagonia by dropping coins in a glass jug labelled "Paradise Falls"; but when a flat tire, broken leg, or tree limb falling on the house forces them to raid their savings, they do so by Carl smashing the jug with a hammer

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* Opening sequence of ''{{WesternAnimation/Up}}'': Carl and Ellie save up for their trip to Patagonia by dropping coins in a glass jug labelled "Paradise Falls"; but when a flat tire, broken leg, or tree limb falling on the house forces them to raid their savings, they do so by Carl smashing the jug with a hammer
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* In the ''WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan'' episode, "Bowser Junior's Piggy Bank!", when Junior sees a commercial for a Hot Wheels playset, he wants to buy it with the money from Bowser's piggy bank, since Bowser has saved over $100.00 in coins in it. Being too impatient to wait until his birthday next week or save his own money to buy the Hot Wheels playset (Bowser even gave him his own ''WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine'' piggy bank to do so), and despite the warning from Bowser not to break his piggy bank or he will cancel his birthday, Junior breaks Bowser's piggy bank and steals Bowser's money anyway, and buys the Hot Wheels playset with it. Cody later points out there was a plug at the bottom of the bank, so [[CouldHaveAvoidedThisPlot Junior could have just stolen the money without breaking the bank]]. When Junior worries about Bowser finding out he disobeyed him, Toad replaces Bowser's broken piggy bank with a real pig, which leads Bowser to believe his piggy bank came to life.
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29th Aug '16 12:54:37 PM ThePocket
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* In one ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' cartoon where the title character was looking for some extra money saw him break open a piggy bank and only find a note inside which read, "I owe myself five dollars."

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* In one ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'' cartoon where When WesternAnimation/{{Doug}} wanted to go see the title character was looking for some extra money saw him break open Beets' farewell concert, he took a piggy hammer to his Beets-themed ceramic bank and (symbolism!) only to find a note inside which read, saying "I owe myself five dollars."" "Why don't these things ever have money in them?"
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