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5th Jun '17 8:05:24 AM Pichu-kun
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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Manga{{Naruto}}''. His adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life, via pictures of a boy who looked similar, only to be assigned on a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned]] [[SelfMadeOrphan on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.

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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Manga{{Naruto}}''.''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. His adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life, via pictures of a boy who looked similar, only to be assigned on a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned]] [[SelfMadeOrphan on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.
5th Jun '17 8:04:58 AM Pichu-kun
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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' his adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life via pictures of a boy who looked similar only to be assigned a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.

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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' his ''Manga{{Naruto}}''. His adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life life, via pictures of a boy who looked similar similar, only to be assigned on a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned planned]] [[SelfMadeOrphan on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.
30th May '17 2:12:55 PM Benthelame
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* This trope serves as the backbone of Kabuto's FreudianExcuse in ''Anime/{{Naruto}}'' his adoptive mother was led to believe that he was living a happy life via pictures of a boy who looked similar only to be assigned a mission to kill him and vice -versa. The mission [[GoneHorriblyRight goes exactly as planned on Kabuto's part]] but he is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone awestruck and filled with remorse when he recognizes her]]. Unrfortunately it isn't mutual and she dies asking him who he is.
30th May '17 8:09:16 AM justanid
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'''[[GenreSavvy Tony Stark:]]''' ''[shakes terrorist's hand]'' [[LampshadeHanging No, they won't.]]\\

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'''[[GenreSavvy Tony Stark:]]''' '''Tony Stark:''' ''[shakes terrorist's hand]'' [[LampshadeHanging No, they won't.]]\\\\
27th May '17 1:57:32 PM nombretomado
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* The subject of a Creator/GeorgeRRMartin story titled ''The Hero''. The title character is a decorated war hero who wants to retire to Earth instead of the colony planets set up for retired {{Super Soldier}}s. Fearing what would happen if a conditioned killer was let loose among ordinary people, his commanders kill him on the shuttle taking him into orbit and blame it on enemy fire. The author sent it in with an application for being an objector to {{Vietnam|War}} and, as such, wasn't sent.

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* The subject of a Creator/GeorgeRRMartin story titled ''The Hero''. The title character is a decorated war hero who wants to retire to Earth instead of the colony planets set up for retired {{Super Soldier}}s. Fearing what would happen if a conditioned killer was let loose among ordinary people, his commanders kill him on the shuttle taking him into orbit and blame it on enemy fire. The author sent it in with an application for being an objector to {{Vietnam|War}} UsefulNotes/{{Vietnam|War}} and, as such, wasn't sent.
25th May '17 9:29:43 PM FordPrefect
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Turn Left", features a ForWantOfANail AlternateTimeline where Donna never met (and saved the life of the Doctor), which leads to London being nuked, the country full of homeless refugees, France's borders closed and the USA's financial aid cancelled due to the Adipose disaster. Finally, the British government starts rounding up immigrants and putting them in "work camps". Wilfred, a WorldWarII veteran, immediately realises what's ''really'' going on.

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* In the The ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Turn Left", Left" features a ForWantOfANail AlternateTimeline where Donna never met (and saved the life of the Doctor), which leads to London being nuked, the country full of homeless refugees, France's borders closed and the USA's financial aid cancelled due to the Adipose disaster. Finally, the British government starts rounding up immigrants and putting them in "work camps". Wilfred, a WorldWarII veteran, immediately realises what's ''really'' going on.


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* TabletopGames/{{Paranoia}}: That Troubleshooter isn't being executed, just reassigned to [[HumanDoorstop reactor shielding duty]]. [[ComicallyMissingThePoint ("Repairing the reactor shielding? Doesn't sound so bad.")]]
19th May '17 6:09:05 PM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/TheTransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye:'' In an alternate universe ruled by the Functionist Council, the Constructed Cold were said to have been "deported". Except in that reality, Cybertronians don't have anywhere to be deported ''to'', much less any means of transporting them, and the Functionists regard the Constructed Cold as blasphemy...
1st May '17 8:14:16 PM mariic
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** Another episode had this when his parents said that his pets ran away "while he was away at summer camp...[[FlashbackBackBack camp...]][[MemeticMutation camp.]]"
1st May '17 8:10:48 PM mariic
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* When WebVideo/Bobsheaux reviewed WesternAnimation/GumbyTheMovie, Bob imagines this discussion when he notices the dog in the movie is different from the dog in the shorts.
--> '''Gumby:''' Dad, have you seen my dog, Nopey?\\
--> '''Gumbo:''' [[InvokedTrope We, uh, sold him to a farm where he'll be happier.]]\\
--> '''Gumby:''' [[FridgeLogic But we live on a farm.]]\\
--> '''Gumbo:''' [[BrutalHonesty Your dog's dead, kid!]]
29th Apr '17 10:54:12 AM nombretomado
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* In ElTigre, a bunch of heroes were eaten by a giant super villain named El Mar Verde and the title character was told they went to go live on a farm where they could chase rabbits.

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* In ElTigre, ''WesternAnimation/ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera'', a bunch of heroes were eaten by a giant super villain named El Mar Verde and the title character was told they went to go live on a farm where they could chase rabbits.
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