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17th Feb '17 12:38:42 AM jormis29
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* In the JohnCrowley novel ''Little, Big'', the world of the Fae is smaller than the human world and exists in cracks and crevices of the latter. By the time a slow-motion EndOfAnAge comes around, [[spoiler: the Fae have abandoned their world, apparently for another, smaller one, and the few humans aware of the Fae have taken their places in the Fae world.]] The further in you go, the bigger it gets.

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* In the JohnCrowley John Crowley novel ''Little, Big'', ''Literature/LittleBig'', the world of the Fae is smaller than the human world and exists in cracks and crevices of the latter. By the time a slow-motion EndOfAnAge comes around, [[spoiler: the Fae have abandoned their world, apparently for another, smaller one, and the few humans aware of the Fae have taken their places in the Fae world.]] The further in you go, the bigger it gets.
20th Jan '17 11:24:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ThePhantomTollbooth'' has the location of the number Infinity.

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* ''ThePhantomTollbooth'' ''Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth'' has the location of the number Infinity.
12th Jan '17 5:38:11 AM Trueman001
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* Music/TheBeatles named their last recorded album ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' after the street on which the studio (then called EMI) is located. The studio was consequently renamed "Abbey Road Studios" after the album (the sign above the door is a representation of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the album cover]].

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* Music/TheBeatles named their last recorded album ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' after the street on which the studio (then called EMI) is located. The studio was consequently renamed "Abbey Road Studios" after the album (the sign above the door is a representation of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the album cover]].cover]]).
12th Jan '17 5:36:45 AM Trueman001
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* Music/TheBeatles named their last recorded album ''Music/AbbeyRoad'' after the street on which the studio (then called EMI) is located. The studio was consequently renamed "Abbey Road Studios" after the album (the sign above the door is a representation of [[AbbeyRoadCrossing the album cover]].
3rd Jan '17 3:13:37 AM RedMuseAniMusic
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** In the episode "No Free Rides", when Mrs. Puff enters the house during the surprise party held by Spongebob's parents, there's a picture on the wall that depicts the exact same situation of Mrs. Puff entering the house. And there's a picture on the wall as well, which also shows Mrs. Puff entering the house the same way...
23rd Dec '16 5:01:36 AM Sabrewing
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* Haunt #99 of ''TabletopGame/BetrayalAtHouseOnTheHill'' involves your party being sucked into a box which is basically a copy of the game you're currently playing without explicitly saying it is, making the players completely rebuild a new house map and play through it within 30 real-world minutes. And if you're really unlucky, you might end up triggering a new Haunt within the one you're currently trapped in...
3rd Dec '16 11:33:58 AM VampireBuddha
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* [[This]] ''Webcomic/{{Cyanide and Happiness}}'' short involves a couple attending marriage counselling. The counsellor suggests using hand puppets for role-playing, and the puppets role-play going to marriage counselling, where they role-play using puppets for role-play who role-play going to marriage conselling... it ends up many, many layers deep, but this turns out to be an effective way to work through their issues.
27th Nov '16 1:15:39 PM nombretomado
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* In Creator/CSLewis' ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia,'' all universes are connected to the Wood Between The Worlds, a forest dotted by pools. Each pool serves as a portal to a universe.

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* In Creator/CSLewis' ''TheChroniclesOfNarnia,'' ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia,'' all universes are connected to the Wood Between The Worlds, a forest dotted by pools. Each pool serves as a portal to a universe.
21st Oct '16 3:02:08 PM PF_Fan
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* Todd Haynes' Music/BobDylan biopic ''Film/ImNotThere'' uses a form of this to analyze Dylan's ever-changing personality by having him [[MindScrew played by five different actors]] ([[CateBlanchett and one actress]]), each of whom's story is depicted in a different genre and visual style. Creator/ChristianBale's Bob Dylan expy has his story done in documentary style, and his character was played by HeathLedger's Dylan in an in-universe BioPic. An image of a young Bale appears in a high school yearbook of the CateBlanchett Dylan, implying that her story is another movie-within-a-movie (or perhaps a drug-induced hallucination), supported by the fact that her segment is shot in the style of [[Creator/FedericoFellini Fellini's]] EightAndAHalf. Richard Gere, playing Billy the Kid, is antagonized by Pat Garrett, played by [[ActingForTwo the same actor]] who plays a reporter who harasses Blanchett, implying that the entire story take place within her mind. [[MindScrew And that's only four of them]]... Several of the stories seem to exist within the minds of one Dylan or parallel to the events of another.

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* Todd Haynes' Music/BobDylan biopic ''Film/ImNotThere'' uses a form of this to analyze Dylan's ever-changing personality by having him [[MindScrew played by five different actors]] ([[CateBlanchett ([[Creator/CateBlanchett and one actress]]), each of whom's story is depicted in a different genre and visual style. Creator/ChristianBale's Bob Dylan expy has his story done in documentary style, and his character was played by HeathLedger's Dylan in an in-universe BioPic. An image of a young Bale appears in a high school yearbook of the CateBlanchett Creator/CateBlanchett Dylan, implying that her story is another movie-within-a-movie (or perhaps a drug-induced hallucination), supported by the fact that her segment is shot in the style of [[Creator/FedericoFellini Fellini's]] EightAndAHalf. Richard Gere, playing Billy the Kid, is antagonized by Pat Garrett, played by [[ActingForTwo the same actor]] who plays a reporter who harasses Blanchett, implying that the entire story take place within her mind. [[MindScrew And that's only four of them]]... Several of the stories seem to exist within the minds of one Dylan or parallel to the events of another.
10th Oct '16 7:32:01 PM IJK_Principle
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* In the episode "The Great Secret of The Universe" of ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'', the universe is inside a giant snowglobe.

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* In the episode "The Great Secret of The Universe" of ''WesternAnimation/EarthwormJim'', the universe is inside a giant snowglobe.snowglobe, which is owned by a child as a souvenir.
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