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15th Oct '17 2:20:16 PM nombretomado
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* DeadReign gives players a 20% chance of finding one of these when searching in an adult bedroom. Not really much use in a ZombieApocalypse, but hey...

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* DeadReign ''TabletopGame/DeadReign'' gives players a 20% chance of finding one of these when searching in an adult bedroom. Not really much use in a ZombieApocalypse, but hey...



* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' during Yosuke's social link, he comes over to your room and outright asks if "the goods [are] under the futon?" You can then deny it or say yes. Yosuke remarks that he used to keep his there, too, until his mom found it during cleaning. The scene ends with Yosuke actually walking to your futon, saying: "Alright. Let's check under that futon..." while you, the main character, start to panic. What Yosuke finds there is left up to you.
** Also if you take Rise (a girl) into your room she'll look around a bit before outright demanding to know "where you hide them." You can casually answer you hide them under the futon, but she's more amused than anything and not really upset. On the other hand, saying you don't know what she means has her amused by your innocence, and denying you have a stash altogether has her impressed that you would be such a gentleman. [[AllWomenAreLustful Then she offers you pictures of her in a bikini]].

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' during 4}}'':
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Yosuke's social link, he comes over to your room and outright asks if "the goods [are] under the futon?" You can then deny it or say yes. Yosuke remarks that he used to keep his there, too, until his mom found it during cleaning. The scene ends with Yosuke actually walking to your futon, saying: "Alright. Let's check under that futon..." while you, the main character, start to panic. What Yosuke finds there is left up to you.
** Also if If you take Rise (a girl) into your room she'll look around a bit before outright demanding to know "where you hide them." You can casually answer you hide them under the futon, but she's more amused than anything and not really upset. On the other hand, saying you don't know what she means has her amused by your innocence, and denying you have a stash altogether has her impressed that you would be such a gentleman. [[AllWomenAreLustful Then she offers you pictures of her in a bikini]].



* In ''BreathOfFireIII'', no sooner has Momo told the heroes about what a great man her late father was, then they enter his private lab... and find out that ''every'' shelf in there is filled with "adult material". (If you try to read it, the game gives them the message "you're not old enough.")

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* In ''BreathOfFireIII'', ''VideoGame/BreathOfFireIII'', no sooner has Momo told the heroes about what a great man her late father was, then they enter his private lab... and find out that ''every'' shelf in there is filled with "adult material". (If you try to read it, the game gives them the message "you're not old enough.")
9th Oct '17 8:59:03 AM Piterpicher
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* In the "Never Say Never Say Never" chapter of ''TheDysfunctionalPirates'', it is implied that Luffy, Chopper, and Brook are going through Sanji's secret porn stash while he was out with the wolfpack. Turns out, [[spoiler: they were looking through Sanji's secret stash of [[FoodPorn food magazines]]]].

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* In the "Never Say Never Say Never" chapter of ''TheDysfunctionalPirates'', ''Fanfic/TheDysfunctionalPirates'', it is implied that Luffy, Chopper, and Brook are going through Sanji's secret porn stash while he was out with the wolfpack. Turns out, [[spoiler: they were looking through Sanji's secret stash of [[FoodPorn food magazines]]]].
3rd Oct '17 7:29:48 AM CosmicFerret
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* ''HardCandy'' features a porn stash as a major plot point. There is a good legal reason it is hidden in a safe...

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* ''HardCandy'' ''Film/HardCandy'' features a porn stash as a major plot point. There is a good legal reason it is hidden in a safe...
15th Sep '17 1:31:55 AM Morgenthaler
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Most often a PlayedForLaughs trope, very rarely explored seriously (except for porn addiction, which in itself may become a CompressedVice or VerySpecialEpisode).

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Most often a PlayedForLaughs trope, very rarely explored seriously (except for porn addiction, which in itself may become a CompressedVice or VerySpecialEpisode).
VerySpecialEpisode). See also {{Filth}}.
14th Sep '17 6:43:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* The CIA reported that they found a huge porn stash on the seized computer of none other than UsefulNotes/OsamaBinLaden, though they won't release it due to the nature of the content. Obviously, this makes his entire Salafi propaganda extra hypocritical.
21st Aug '17 9:08:31 AM Morgenthaler
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* A rare example of this being played for drama in ''Film/{{Shame}}''.

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* A rare example of this being played for drama in ''Film/{{Shame}}''. The main character is a sex addict who looks at and saves porn even on his work computer, which causes a virus to enter the system.
21st Aug '17 9:07:05 AM Morgenthaler
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* Subverted in an episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' where a detective expresses his surprise in ''not'' finding any porn stashed on a victim's computer.

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* ''Series/{{Castle}}'':
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Subverted in an episode of ''Series/{{Castle}}'' where a detective expresses his surprise in ''not'' finding any porn stashed on a victim's computer.



* Two of the male leads on ''Series/{{Coupling}}'' have a deal where they are "porn buddies" with each other. Basically, if one of them dies, the other will immediately go over to the dead man's home and remove all the porn before any parents or family members show up. The porn so recovered would then be added to the survivor's stash, of course.

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* ''Series/{{Coupling}}'':
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Two of the male leads on ''Series/{{Coupling}}'' the show have a deal where they are "porn buddies" with each other. Basically, if one of them dies, the other will immediately go over to the dead man's home and remove all the porn before any parents or family members show up. The porn so recovered would then be added to the survivor's stash, of course.



* ''Series/TheXFiles'' featured regular jokes about Mulder's porn stash (which in one episode was implied to take up his entire bedroom, in addition to what he kept stashed around the office). Unusually for the trope, he made no real attempt to keep it a secret from Scully, and she didn't seem to care, aside from occasionally teasing him a little. [[note]]This becomes a bit HarsherInHindsight, as David Duchovny recently went into rehab for sex addiction. [[/note]]
** On the same show, it's implied that ChivalrousPervert Frohike also has an impressive stash, and the first thing Mulder says with being reunited with Frohike after being thought dead is that Frohike will have to wait a bit longer to inherit Mulder's stash.

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* ''Series/TheXFiles'' featured ''Series/TheXFiles'':
** There are
regular jokes about Mulder's porn stash (which in one episode was implied to take up his entire bedroom, in addition to what he kept stashed around the office). Unusually for the trope, he made no real attempt to keep it a secret from Scully, and she didn't seem to care, aside from occasionally teasing him a little. [[note]]This becomes a bit HarsherInHindsight, as David Duchovny recently went into rehab for sex addiction. [[/note]]
** On the same show, it's It's implied that ChivalrousPervert Frohike also has an impressive stash, and the first thing Mulder says with being reunited with Frohike after being thought dead is that Frohike will have to wait a bit longer to inherit Mulder's stash.



* ''Series/VeronicaMars'' goes to a boy's house looking for evidence that he is planning to blow up the school, but instead finds his "Petite Blondes" porn. Veronica remarks, "At least I know I'm his type." In another episode, she finds where [[spoiler: Aaron Echolls keeps his homemade-without-permission-starring-underage-girls porn in a locked cabinet in the bedroom, along with the sophisticated equipment he uses to run the several cameras.]]

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* ''Series/VeronicaMars'' ''Series/VeronicaMars'':
** Veronica
goes to a boy's house looking for evidence that he is planning to blow up the school, but instead finds his "Petite Blondes" porn. Veronica remarks, "At least I know I'm his type." "
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In another episode, she finds where [[spoiler: Aaron Echolls keeps his homemade-without-permission-starring-underage-girls porn in a locked cabinet in the bedroom, along with the sophisticated equipment he uses to run the several cameras.]]
12th Aug '17 2:15:09 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Satou is shown to reach for a tissue every now and then, and after discovering that [[TheInternetIsForPorn there's lolicon on the internet]], he is shown surrounded by empty tissue boxes. He downloads ''terabytes'' of {{Lolicon}}!

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** Satou is shown to reach for a tissue every now and then, and after discovering that [[TheInternetIsForPorn there's lolicon on the internet]], he is shown surrounded by empty tissue boxes. He downloads ''terabytes'' of {{Lolicon}}!{{Lolicon|AndShotacon}}!
6th Aug '17 8:59:26 PM penguinist
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This one is ''sometimes'' TruthInTelevision. However, with the rise of [[TheInternetIsForPorn Internet]] streaming/downloading and the decline of physical video and print media, RealLife porn stashes are more likely to be virtual caches hidden in obscure subdirectories and encrypted partitions on people's hard drives. Nonetheless, in-media uses of the trope are highly resistant to TimeMarchesOn and TechnologyMarchesOn, preferring to stick with depictions of physical media stashes. The reasoning behind this is not hard to see; content creators and intellectual property-holders are not about to promote a pornography consumption model that [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil goes against their business interests.]] And, of course, there's also the fact that, however limited and unsatisfying dirty magazines can be, at least they don't carry viruses or malware.

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This one is ''sometimes'' TruthInTelevision. However, with the rise of [[TheInternetIsForPorn Internet]] streaming/downloading and the decline of physical video and print media, RealLife porn stashes are more likely to be virtual caches hidden in obscure subdirectories and encrypted partitions on people's hard drives. Nonetheless, in-media uses of the trope are highly resistant to TimeMarchesOn and TechnologyMarchesOn, preferring to stick with depictions of physical media stashes. The reasoning behind this is not hard to see; content creators and intellectual property-holders are not about to promote a pornography consumption model that [[DigitalPiracyIsEvil goes against their business interests.]] And, of course, there's also the fact that, however limited and unsatisfying dirty magazines can be, at least they don't carry viruses or malware.
malware. Plus RuleOfFunny and the fact that it's easier to make jokes, especially visual jokes, about a stack of magazines or movies than computer subfolders.
1st Aug '17 1:16:04 AM Adbot
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* You find one in one of the laboratory dungeons in ''[[VideoGame/WildARMs3 Wild ARMs 3]]''. You can only open it [[GuideDangIt if you have 18 or more Migrant Seals]], and once you do you ''[[BonusBoss fight it]]''. You can read it once its' beaten, but all you get is a text box showing the lead characters' reaction to the material.
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