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10th Oct '17 11:51:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''VictorVictoria'' uses this trope for slapstick, practically citing it by name.

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* ''VictorVictoria'' ''Film/VictorVictoria'' uses this trope for slapstick, practically citing it by name.
30th Sep '17 2:36:17 PM DarkHunter
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-->'''Joseph''': Whammu, you're next line is: "Don't dishonor our battle, Jojo!"\\

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-->'''Joseph''': Whammu, you're your next line is: "Don't dishonor our battle, Jojo!"\\
30th Sep '17 2:35:14 PM DarkHunter
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* [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Joseph Joestar]] likes telling people what their next words will be.

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* [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Joseph Joestar]] likes telling people what their next words will be. It pretty much always plays out like this:
-->'''Joseph''': Whammu, you're next line is: "Don't dishonor our battle, Jojo!"\\
'''Whammu''': Don't dishonor our battle Joj-- hm!?
12th Sep '17 1:17:39 AM Vir
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-->'''Dipper:''' A-ha! I thought you said you didn't have a tattoo!\\

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-->'''Dipper:''' -->'''Stan:''' Kid, if you're trying to see my tattoo, you're going to have to try harder than that.\\
'''Dipper:'''
A-ha! I thought you said you didn't have a tattoo!\\
30th Aug '17 11:45:51 PM Vir
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'''Dipper:'' What do you mean I-- ''(yells as Stan reaches for him)''\\

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'''Dipper:'' '''Dipper:''' What do you mean I-- ''(yells as Stan reaches for him)''\\
30th Aug '17 11:45:09 PM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'':
-->'''Dipper:''' A-ha! I thought you said you didn't have a tattoo!\\
'''Stan:''' I don't, but you do. ''(pulls out a marker)''\\
'''Dipper:'' What do you mean I-- ''(yells as Stan reaches for him)''\\
''(cut to later; shows that Stan wrote "GOOBER" on Dipper's forehead)''
27th Aug '17 7:17:41 PM eroock
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---> ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''

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---> --->-- ''Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail''



--->''TheLordOfTheRings''

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--->''TheLordOfTheRings''
--->-- ''TheLordOfTheRings''
17th Aug '17 7:45:52 PM DJTricky
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* In ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'' Season 13, Felix has this exchange after he is picked up by a military prisoner transport ship.
-->'''Mayers:''' Truth be told, no one gives a ratís ass about the people on this ship. Anybody out there really wanted 'em, they could have 'em.\\
'''Felix:''' Alright. I'll take 'em.\\
'''Stassney:''' What, uh... what'cha mean?\\
'''Felix:''' I mean I'm going to kill you, and take your prisoners.
14th Aug '17 12:57:05 PM Gosicrystal
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See also PreemptiveApology, PreMortemOneLiner, ThisIsThePartWhere, the fact that your monitor is smashed in...

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See also PreemptiveApology, PreMortemOneLiner, JokeAndReceive, ThisIsThePartWhere, the fact that your monitor is smashed in...
23rd Jul '17 12:19:20 PM Gosicrystal
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---> '''Baker''': I can't buy your flour anymore.
---> '''Wholesaler''': Wait, what?
---> '''Baker''': I'm going out of business. I'm not buying your flour. Bye!
** What makes this similar to the trope is that whether or not the repudiating party (here, the baker) has breached the contract depends entirely on what the non-repudiating party (here, the wholesaler) chooses--they have the option of treating the repudiation as a breach and suing for damages, or treating it as a threat and simply demanding performance (so the wholesaler can choose to either sue the baker for the contract price of the flour the wholesaler never got to sell, or it can simply tell the baker, "Cool story, bro, but I'm still gonna send you flour next week and you'd better pay for it").

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---> --> '''Baker''': I can't buy your flour anymore.
---> --> '''Wholesaler''': Wait, what?
---> --> '''Baker''': I'm going out of business. I'm not buying your flour. Bye!
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Bye!

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What makes this similar to the trope is that whether or not the repudiating party (here, the baker) has breached the contract depends entirely on what the non-repudiating party (here, the wholesaler) chooses--they have the option of treating the repudiation as a breach and suing for damages, or treating it as a threat and simply demanding performance (so the wholesaler can choose to either sue the baker for the contract price of the flour the wholesaler never got to sell, or it can simply tell the baker, "Cool story, bro, but I'm still gonna send you flour next week and you'd better pay for it").
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