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19th Oct '17 8:13:07 AM BreadBull
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12th Oct '17 8:17:03 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/LarryNiven's ''The Literature/{{Ringworld}} Throne'', sapient races' names receiving a capital letter, and lower case letters used for non-sapients. Justified by TranslationConvention, as a character remarks that one species "takes the prefix" for animals, not people.

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* In Creator/LarryNiven's ''The Literature/{{Ringworld}} Throne'', ''Literature/TheRingworldThrone'', sapient races' names receiving a capital letter, and lower case letters used for non-sapients. Justified by TranslationConvention, as a character remarks that one species "takes the prefix" for animals, not people.
24th Aug '17 4:30:18 AM jormis29
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* Creator/CartoonNetwork's ''What A Cartoon Short'' "A Short Pfuse" starred Pfish, a shark, who with Chip (a bobcat) were bomb squad officers. It was made by a pre-''Fairly Oddparents'' Butch Hartman.

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* Creator/CartoonNetwork's ''What A Cartoon ''WesternAnimation/WhatACartoonShow Short'' "A Short Pfuse" starred Pfish, a shark, who with Chip (a bobcat) were bomb squad officers. It was made by a pre-''Fairly Oddparents'' Butch Hartman.
24th Apr '17 12:49:31 PM Generality
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* {{Invoked|Trope}} by Alan Davies in the pilot episode of ''Series/{{QI}}'', leading to the above quote. When Alan answers a question by saying 'Adolf', it turns out that that answer was one of the pre-designated ones that make you lose points, so after Creator/StephenFry reveals the card reading 'Adolph', Alan protests with the page quote. This issue is also brought up in another episode, when Sean Lock asks 'can you tell if I'm spelling things wrong when I say them?' and Stephen Fry brings up Literature/{{Psmith}}.

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* {{Invoked|Trope}} by Alan Davies in the pilot episode of ''Series/{{QI}}'', leading to the above quote. When Alan answers a question by saying 'Adolf', '[[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Adolf]]', it turns out that that answer was one of the pre-designated ones that make you lose points, so after Creator/StephenFry reveals the card reading 'Adolph', Alan protests with the page quote. This issue is also brought up in another episode, when Sean Lock asks 'can you tell if I'm spelling things wrong when I say them?' and Stephen Fry brings up Literature/{{Psmith}}. On yet another occasion, Phil Jupitus discusses a hypothetical waiter named Steven, with Stephen commenting that he can tell it Phil was saying it with a "v".
12th Apr '17 1:43:58 PM DaibhidC
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* In Creator/DavidLangford's [[http://ansible.uk/writing/platens1.html pastiche Victorian con report]], the reporter can somehow hear that Creator/GeorgeBernardShaw isnt using apostrophes, and transcribes accordingly.
7th Mar '17 5:26:04 PM Katsuhagi
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* The villain Goda from ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex 2nd Gig'' manages to exemplify a Japanese take on Psmith Psyndrome. In his first appearance, he points out to Aramaki that most people read his name wrong and that his given name, written 一人 (normally read as "hitori"), is actually "Kazunodo." He also likes it, because after having been corrected once, people have a much easier time recalling his name later.

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* The villain Goda from ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex 2nd Gig'' manages to exemplify a Japanese take on Psmith Psyndrome. In his first appearance, he points out to Aramaki that most people read his name wrong and that his given name, written 一人 (normally read as "hitori"), is actually "Kazunodo."Kazundo." He also likes it, because after having been corrected once, people have a much easier time recalling his name later.
7th Mar '17 5:25:25 PM Katsuhagi
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* The villain Goda from ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex 2nd Gig'' manages to exemplify a Japanese take on Psmith Psyndrome. In his first appearance, he points out to Aramaki that most people read his name wrong and that his given name, written 一人 (normally read as "hitori"), is actually "Kazudo."
** He also likes it, because after having been corrected once, people have a much easier time recalling his name later.

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* The villain Goda from ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex 2nd Gig'' manages to exemplify a Japanese take on Psmith Psyndrome. In his first appearance, he points out to Aramaki that most people read his name wrong and that his given name, written 一人 (normally read as "hitori"), is actually "Kazudo."
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"Kazunodo." He also likes it, because after having been corrected once, people have a much easier time recalling his name later.
29th Jan '17 9:09:54 PM jormis29
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Some people [[MyNaymeIs spell their names differently from the usual spelling]]. Some people not only spell their names differently from the usual spelling, but can tell when somebody saying their name ''is spelling it wrong in his head''. It's as if they can infer the other person having an "incorrect" FunetikAksent.

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Some people [[MyNaymeIs spell their names words differently from the usual spelling]]. Some people not only spell their names words differently from the usual spelling, but can tell when somebody saying their name it ''is spelling it wrong in his head''. It's as if they can infer the other person having an "incorrect" FunetikAksent.
16th Oct '16 6:54:53 AM NotThisThing
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-->'''Paige:''' Hi there! You must be little Catherine!\\

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-->'''Paige:''' Hi there! You must be little Catherine!\\Katherine!\\
20th Jun '16 10:38:59 AM DocProfessor
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* Franchise/KingdomHearts has the all-powerful X-Blade, sometimes pronounced Kai-Blade. However, most characters pronounced it Kee-Blade, like the signature Keyblade weapons. Somehow the characters know how to distinguish between the X-Blade and their normal Keyblades.
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