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16th Jan '18 1:42:45 PM margdean56
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* Franchise/{{Batman}}, as Bruce Wayne, was once called for JuryDuty and stated that he would not be a suitable juror because he was Batman, and helped apprehend the criminal. No-one believes him, because everyone knows [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob Bruce Wayne is a fop and an utter dope]] (he later told Robin that, since he was under oath, he had no choice but to admit that he was Batman).

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* Franchise/{{Batman}}, as Bruce Wayne, was once called for JuryDuty and stated that he would not be a suitable juror because he was Batman, and helped apprehend the criminal. No-one believes No one believed him, because everyone knows [[RichIdiotWithNoDayJob Bruce Wayne is a fop and an utter dope]] (he later told Robin that, since he was under oath, he had no choice but to admit that he was Batman).



* Cormor from ''[[ComicBook/DungeonTheEarlyYears The Dungeon Series]]'' is an automaton and therefore cannot lie. At the beginning of his life, it gets him into all sort of trouble. After a few centuries, he's gotten good enough in Sarcastic Confession to build a whole life as an undercover automaton.

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* Cormor from ''[[ComicBook/DungeonTheEarlyYears The Dungeon Series]]'' is an automaton and therefore cannot lie. At the beginning of his life, it gets him into all sort of trouble. After a few centuries, he's gotten good enough in at Sarcastic Confession to build a whole life as an undercover automaton.
15th Jan '18 1:50:30 AM HeroicJay
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* In ''Series/MakoMermaidsAnH2OAdventure'', Mimmi reveals that a dolphin at the water park who has been behaving strangely is pregnant. When asked how she knew, she simply says "I asked her," which gets laughed off. She really did. She is, in fact, fluent in the languages of multiple types of cetacean.
1st Jan '18 10:41:23 PM pieceofcake
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* From the last case of ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'': [[spoiler:Kristoph Gavin says "Surely, you aren't going to suggest I was responsible for poisoning her father, too?"]]
** And from Case 4 of ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' when [[spoiler:Calisto Yew says she is not Cece Yew's sister]].
25th Dec '17 8:30:07 AM RaimeNadalia
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation deliberately presents its reports as [[{{Creepypasta}} horror fiction]] so that readers will disbelieve them and [[ThingsManWasNotMeantToKnow not pursue the findings]].
8th Dec '17 2:37:13 AM Medinoc
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* Done accidentally in ''Webcomic/TheWotch'', in [[http://www.thewotch.com/?epDate=2003-06-02 this comic]]. Jason is trying to keep Ivan off the trail and outright lies to him. When Ivan calls his bluff, Jason tells the truth. Then Ivan decides that Jason was lying the ''second'' time, and goes along with what Jason said the ''first'' time, when he was outright lying.

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%%Note on link (in case it goes dead again): Used to be http://www.thewotch.com/?epDate=2003-06-02, but the date actually shown below the comic was 2003-06-19
* Done accidentally in ''Webcomic/TheWotch'', in [[http://www.thewotch.com/?epDate=2003-06-02 com/?comic=slumber-party-22 this comic]]. Jason is trying to keep Ivan off the trail and outright lies to him. When Ivan calls his bluff, Jason tells the truth. Then Ivan decides that Jason was lying the ''second'' time, and goes along with what Jason said the ''first'' time, when he was outright lying.
3rd Dec '17 12:12:53 AM Kartoonkid95
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'' episode "Snowball", Snowball tries to turn Pinky against Brain by telling him that he's taking his ideas and claim as his own. Later, when Snowball takes over the world and asks Pinky to be his vice-dictator with the promise of his own amusement park, Brian makes a sarcastic statement just happens to mirror the exact words Snowball used earlier.
-->'''Brain:''' ''(sarcastic)'' Oh, go ahead, Pinky! I don't need you! What do you think? I just have you around so I can steal your brilliant ideas and claim them as my own? That I'm just using you, Pinky? Oh, yes, I'm using you for your brilliance!
-->'''Pinky:''' ''(tearing up)'' But...that's exactly what Snowball said. Why, it's true! Troz! TROZ! ''(sobs)'' I'll take that job! Provided there are no lines for the Tilt-A-Whirl.
24th Nov '17 8:24:24 PM glowdark
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* In ''Film/ForAFewDollarsMore'', the ManWithNoName joins a gang of robbers with the intent of getting close to their leader and kill him for the bounty on his head. His answer to the question why he wants to join: "Well, with such a big reward being offered on all of you gentlemen, I thought I'll might just tag along on your next robbery, might just turn you in to the law".

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* In ''Film/ForAFewDollarsMore'', the ManWithNoName joins a gang of robbers with the intent of getting close to their leader and kill him for the bounty on his head. His answer to the question why he wants to join: "Well, with such a big reward being offered on all of you gentlemen, I thought I'll I might just tag along on your next robbery, might just turn you in to the law".
13th Nov '17 12:53:18 AM rjd1922
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* In the second chapter of ''VisualNovel/NewDanganronpaV3'', Miu Iruma takes a jab at [[spoiler:Tsumugi Shirogane's plain appearance and personality, saying that her glasses are the only thing that make her noticeable. Tsumugi replies that in actuality, her glasses are the only thing concealing her true form, and those who witness it pay a terrible price. Her "true form" is indeed as horrific as she implies, since she's the mastermind and LoonyFan who orchestrated the entire killing game.]]

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* In the second chapter of ''VisualNovel/NewDanganronpaV3'', ''VisualNovel/NewDanganRonpaV3'', Miu Iruma takes a jab at [[spoiler:Tsumugi Shirogane's plain appearance and personality, saying that her glasses are the only thing that make her noticeable. Tsumugi replies that in actuality, her glasses are the only thing concealing her true form, and those who witness it pay a terrible price. Her "true form" is indeed as horrific as she implies, since she's the mastermind and LoonyFan who orchestrated the entire killing game.]]]]
** Before the Chapter 2 trial, when Kokichi and Kirumi suggest that the killing game is being shown to the people outside, Monokuma says that [[spoiler:the 13 remaining students are the only ones left in the world. Subverted in that this is only true within the TrumanShowPlot]].
11th Nov '17 10:11:13 PM MasterN
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* In an issue of ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'', white Martians start controlling the minds of people in an attempt to ruin the lives of the Justice League. They force Dick Grayson to cut the Bat-Rope while Batman is dangling from it, send an angry mob after Jimmy Olsen, etc. One of their tricks is to briefly take control of Lois Lane while she and Clark are at the Daily Planet, and have her rip open Clark's suit and expose him as Franchise/{{Superman}}. Immediately afterward she comes to her senses and tries to fix it via this trope. With Clark's super-speedy help she is able to make it look like a prank by ripping open an intern's suit as well, revealing that he suddenly has a Franchise/{{Batman}} shirt underneath. However, when she attempts to continue the gag by ripping open her own shirt and exposing herself as Franchise/WonderWoman Clark isn't fast enough and she ends up just... [[ClothingDamage exposing]] [[Fanservice herself]].

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* In an issue of ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'', white Martians start controlling the minds of people in an attempt to ruin the lives of the Justice League. They force Dick Grayson to cut the Bat-Rope while Batman is dangling from it, send an angry mob after Jimmy Olsen, etc. One of their tricks is to briefly take control of Lois Lane while she and Clark are at the Daily Planet, and have her rip open Clark's suit and expose him as Franchise/{{Superman}}. Immediately afterward she comes to her senses and tries to fix it via this trope. With Clark's super-speedy help she is able to make it look like a prank by ripping open an intern's suit as well, revealing that he suddenly has a Franchise/{{Batman}} shirt underneath. However, when she attempts to continue the gag by ripping open her own shirt and exposing herself as Franchise/WonderWoman Clark isn't fast enough and she ends up just... [[ClothingDamage exposing]] [[Fanservice [[{{Fanservice}} herself]].
11th Nov '17 10:10:36 PM MasterN
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* In an issue of ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'', white Martians start controlling the minds of people in an attempt to ruin the lives of the Justice League. They force Dick Grayson to cut the Bat-Rope while Batman is dangling from it, send an angry mob after Jimmy Olsen, etc. One of their tricks is to briefly take control of Lois Lane while she and Clark are at the Daily Planet, and have her rip open Clark's suit and expose him as Franchise/{{Superman}}. Immediately afterward she comes to her senses and tries to fix it via this trope. With Clark's super-speedy help she is able to make it look like a prank by ripping open an intern's suit as well, revealing that he suddenly has a Franchise/{{Batman}} shirt underneath. However, when she attempts to continue the gag by ripping open her own shirt and exposing herself as Franchise/WonderWoman Clark isn't fast enough and she ends up just... exposing herself.

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* In an issue of ''Franchise/JusticeLeagueOfAmerica'', white Martians start controlling the minds of people in an attempt to ruin the lives of the Justice League. They force Dick Grayson to cut the Bat-Rope while Batman is dangling from it, send an angry mob after Jimmy Olsen, etc. One of their tricks is to briefly take control of Lois Lane while she and Clark are at the Daily Planet, and have her rip open Clark's suit and expose him as Franchise/{{Superman}}. Immediately afterward she comes to her senses and tries to fix it via this trope. With Clark's super-speedy help she is able to make it look like a prank by ripping open an intern's suit as well, revealing that he suddenly has a Franchise/{{Batman}} shirt underneath. However, when she attempts to continue the gag by ripping open her own shirt and exposing herself as Franchise/WonderWoman Clark isn't fast enough and she ends up just... exposing herself.[[ClothingDamage exposing]] [[Fanservice herself]].
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