History Main / SelfDeprecation

22nd Nov '17 9:09:02 PM AnoneMouseJr
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* ''FanFic/ThePiecesLieWhereTheyFell'':
** At one point in the sequel ''Picking Up the Pieces'', the female Vix-Lei comments to Rex that "You simply do not say ''those'' kind of things to a lady! Or me either, for that matter.
** In the same sequel, Wind Breaker isn't surprised when he loses to Night Blade at poker, admitting freely that he has no poker face. (Fortunately, they were just playing for candy.)
4th Oct '17 4:15:19 AM handsonsocks
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Sure, we all have egos to some degree, save for severe psychological problems; but sometimes you just may not feel like being self-centered, or ethnocentric or nationalistic. Sometimes you may just feel like cracking a joke that says, "Ha! TakeThat, Me[=/=]Us!" This is the essence of self-deprecation.

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Sure, we all have egos to some degree, save for severe psychological problems; but sometimes you just may not feel like being self-centered, self-centered or ethnocentric or nationalistic.egocentric. Sometimes you may just feel like cracking a joke that says, "Ha! TakeThat, Me[=/=]Us!" This is the essence of self-deprecation.
19th Sep '17 6:14:11 PM JackG
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* In the Australian play ''Dimboola'' about a drunken country wedding, one of the characters is a theatre critic who [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall mistakes the wedding for a play]] and delivers a CausticCritic denunciation of how awful it is.
23rd Aug '17 9:20:41 AM CosmicFerret
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* In-Universe in [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2004&addr=041119 this]] ''{{Garfield}}'' strip: A TV show's host loves hosting it because it means not having to ''watch'' it. Garfield wished to be the host.

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* In-Universe in [[http://www.garfield.com/comics/vault.html?yr=2004&addr=041119 this]] ''{{Garfield}}'' ''ComicStrip/{{Garfield}}'' strip: A TV show's host loves hosting it because it means not having to ''watch'' it. Garfield wished to be the host.
30th Jun '17 5:21:32 PM mariofan1000
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* Hannibal Buress's famous Creator/BillCosby routine that brought his rape allegations to light tells his audience to "Google "Bill Cosby Rape", it's not funny, that shit has more results than Hinnibal Buress."
27th May '17 11:04:04 AM ArcticYoshi45
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-->-- '''Colin Mochrie''' speaking about '''Ryan Stiles''', during [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHzOmcxNefA#t=52s a game of "Narrate"]] on ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway''

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-->-- '''Colin Mochrie''' speaking about '''Ryan Stiles''', during [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHzOmcxNefA#t=52s [[https://youtu.be/XmnZ9HZTHjw?t=9m43s a game of "Narrate"]] on ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway''
11th May '17 6:22:37 PM DustSnitch
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* In Creator/{{Michelangelo}}'s famous decoration of the Art/SistineChapel, he depicts his own features on a piece of flayed facial skin being held by a martyr.

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* In Creator/{{Michelangelo}}'s famous decoration of altar painting for the Art/SistineChapel, he depicts his own features on a piece of flayed facial skin being held by a martyr.
9th Apr '17 12:40:58 PM DustSnitch
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* In Creator/{{Michelangelo}}'s famous decoration of the Art/SistineChapel, he depicts his own features on a piece of flayed facial skin being held by a martyr.
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* In Michaelangelo's famous decoration of the Sistine Chapel, he depicts his own features on a piece of flayed facial skin being tortured in hell.

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* In Michaelangelo's famous decoration of Anytime a Troper potholes something they've written themselves to IncrediblyLamePun. [[note]]Though less fitting since the Sistine Chapel, he depicts his latter Trope doesn't have its own features on a piece of flayed facial skin being tortured in hell.page anymore and now just redirects to the general "Main/{{Pun}}" page.[[/note]]




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2nd Mar '17 12:41:24 PM mario0987
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** The confrontation with the BigBad of ''Investigations'' gives us an extended parody of the long standing series tradition of the DarkestHour getting averted by [[BigDamnHeroes the timely arrival of someone to save the day.]] Here, it happens repeatedly, beginning as normal with the BigDamnHeroes coming from major characters in the game, veers into parody when [[spoiler: Larry Butz and Wendy Oldbag]] show up and reaches a climax when the final example comes from [[spoiler: an unnamed, completely random forensics officer who did the standard BigWordShout because everyone was ignoring him.]]


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** ''Dual Destinies'' seems to enjoy making fun of the ability to present random pieces of evidence to people. Doing it to Apollo in Case 3, when playing as Athena, will have him tell her to keep doing it even if it is completely irrelevant, annoying or embarrassing because it is the mark of a true defence attorney. Phoenix will tell Athena to not do it [[HypocriticalHumour with Athena noting the irony.]] In Case 5, presenting random evidence to Edgeworth will have him accuse you of doing it just to get a reaction out of people.
** Presenting your attorney badge to people also gets mocked in ''Dual Destinies''. Apollo will tell Athena the Phoenix taught him to do it to everyone he meets and Klavier will wonder why attorneys always present their badges.
1st Mar '17 12:54:57 AM LB7979
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