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3rd Jun '17 12:39:16 PM Anarky17
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* In ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'', Wade, as he's being strapped to an examination table in Ajax's laboratory, suggests "Pork N Beans" as a safe word.
29th May '17 12:15:51 PM nombretomado
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* In ''WhiteCollar'', Neal has to go undercover with minimal surveillance (GPS and audio) to determine whether his target has some stolen bonds. His code for the FBI to move in is "long flight".

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* In ''WhiteCollar'', ''Series/WhiteCollar'', Neal has to go undercover with minimal surveillance (GPS and audio) to determine whether his target has some stolen bonds. His code for the FBI to move in is "long flight".
24th May '17 5:24:10 PM GardenGoblin
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* Though it was set up for a sexual situation, the safeword 'broccoli' is used in ''Literature/StormOfSouls'' to instead get the badly injured main character to calm down and stop moving so he doesn't reopen his wounds.
15th Apr '17 3:40:31 PM nombretomado
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* Used in [[http://www.unshelved.com/2007-10-13 this]] ''{{Unshelved}}'' strip (involving yoga).

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* Used in [[http://www.unshelved.com/2007-10-13 this]] ''{{Unshelved}}'' ''Webcomic/{{Unshelved}}'' strip (involving yoga).



* Subverted in one SomethingPositive strip, where dominatrix Candy comments on a heartwarming moment and her client says "How sweet!" Then...

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* Subverted in one SomethingPositive ''Webcomic/SomethingPositive'' strip, where dominatrix Candy comments on a heartwarming moment and her client says "How sweet!" Then...
5th Nov '16 12:04:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[ImAMarvelAndImADC Marvel/DC]]'': Apparently, Gobby's safe word is "pumpkin."

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* ''[[ImAMarvelAndImADC ''[[WebVideo/ImAMarvelAndImADC Marvel/DC]]'': Apparently, Gobby's safe word is "pumpkin."
19th Oct '16 7:07:04 AM erforce
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** In a parody of ParanormalActivity, Homer has to accept the deal with a demon: in exchange for not taking Maggie away, he must get into a threesome with him and another demon, with the safeword being "cinnamon". Later, when Homer covers the camera and expresses his desire of trying something new, we hear the demon screaming [[TooSpicyForYogSothoth "Cinnamon! Cinnamon!"]]

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** In a parody of ParanormalActivity, ''Film/ParanormalActivity'', Homer has to accept the deal with a demon: in exchange for not taking Maggie away, he must get into a threesome with him and another demon, with the safeword being "cinnamon". Later, when Homer covers the camera and expresses his desire of trying something new, we hear the demon screaming [[TooSpicyForYogSothoth "Cinnamon! Cinnamon!"]]
1st Oct '16 11:19:35 AM ErikModi
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** [[JustifiedTrope He also gives a very good reason why certain safe words are better than others and why it should be something you would never say otherwise]], as it can be said by accident and cause confusion for your partner.

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** [[JustifiedTrope He also gives a very good reason why certain safe words are better than others and why it should be something you would never say otherwise]], [[ShownTheirWork as it can be said by accident and cause confusion for your partner.]]
1st Oct '16 11:13:56 AM ErikModi
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** When Cooper finally thinks he's gotten it right and says "Yes, for the love of God, Flugenkempfheimler," it turns out the Flugenkempfheimler is a particularly bizarre NoodleImplement. With a laser sight and feather.
1st Oct '16 11:10:42 AM ErikModi
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In the American UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} subculture, three safe words are widespread: Red for full stop emergency shutdown, yellow for "This is too hard, I need us to slow down," and green for "Don't mind my screams, you can push harder." Other countries' BDSM scenes can be considerably more lax, though, with some even forgoing safewords altogether and placing the responsibility on the dom to ensure that things don't get out of hand. Sometimes, such as when the bottom is gagged or may have difficulty verbalizing under stress, a setup is employed where the bottom holds an object that will make a noticeable noise when dropped and drops it as their safe "word".

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In the American UsefulNotes/{{BDSM}} subculture, three safe words are widespread: Red for full stop emergency shutdown, yellow for "This is too hard, I need us to slow down," and green for "Don't mind my screams, you can push harder." Some communites/cultures add "beige" for "I'm bored, get to it already!" (usually seen as TemptingFate). Other countries' BDSM scenes can be considerably more lax, though, with some even forgoing safewords altogether and placing the responsibility on the dom to ensure that things don't get out of hand. Sometimes, such as when the bottom is gagged or may have difficulty verbalizing under stress, a setup is employed where the bottom holds an object that will make a noticeable noise when dropped and drops it as their safe "word".
8th Aug '16 2:56:24 PM MJNSEIFER
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* It is possible for actors and actresses to be given Safe Words during scenes, where their character is meant to be in danger and/or pain (e.g. drawn-out death scenes in the Film/{{Final Destination}} franchise) for when they themselves are experiencing real pain, as simply screaming "Stop!" or "Help!" could easily be misconstrued as adlibbing, which they have been most likely told to do in these scenes.

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* It is possible for actors and actresses to be given Safe Words during scenes, where their character is meant to be in danger and/or pain (e.g. drawn-out death scenes in the Film/{{Final Destination}} franchise) for when they themselves are experiencing real pain, as simply screaming things like "Stop!" or "Help!" could easily be misconstrued as adlibbing, which they have been most likely told to do in these scenes.
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