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16th Apr '18 6:03:55 AM jormis29
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* Lee Brice's "Parking Lot Party" has the line "And after the party's the after-party."

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* Lee Brice's Music/LeeBrice's "Parking Lot Party" has the line "And after the party's the after-party."
25th Feb '18 5:55:05 AM audriuska12
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8th Feb '18 3:20:42 PM louisXVI
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** From "Marge Vs. The Monorail":
-->'''Lyle Langley''': So "mono" means "one" and "rail" means "rail."
5th Feb '18 12:46:12 PM nanakiro
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* In some AnthropomorphicPersonification or MoeAnthropomorphism circles, humanity tends to get personified as... a human. This gets a little awkward in situations where concepts on a larger scale get turned into people like planets or countries, leaving the personification of something as comparitively small as ''people'' to be a little out of place (and often having the larger scale personifications wondering what they're supposed to be based off of).

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* In some AnthropomorphicPersonification or MoeAnthropomorphism circles, humanity tends to get personified as... a human. This gets a little awkward in situations where concepts on a larger scale get turned into people like planets or countries, leaving the personification of something as comparitively small as ''people'' the very source of their form to be a little out of place (and often having the larger scale personifications wondering what they're supposed to be based off of).
5th Feb '18 7:22:19 AM nanakiro
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* In some AnthropomorphicPersonification or MoeAnthropomorphicism circles, humanity tends to get personified as... a person. This gets a little awkward in situations where concepts on a larger scale get turned into people like planets or countries, leaving the personification of ''people'' to be a little out of place (and often having the larger scale personifications wondering what they're supposed to be based off of).

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* In some AnthropomorphicPersonification or MoeAnthropomorphicism MoeAnthropomorphism circles, humanity tends to get personified as... a person. human. This gets a little awkward in situations where concepts on a larger scale get turned into people like planets or countries, leaving the personification of something as comparitively small as ''people'' to be a little out of place (and often having the larger scale personifications wondering what they're supposed to be based off of).
5th Feb '18 7:20:03 AM nanakiro
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* In some AnthropomorphicPersonification or MoeAnthropomorphicism circles, humanity tends to get personified as... a person. This gets a little awkward in situations where concepts on a larger scale get turned into people like planets or countries, leaving the personification of ''people'' to be a little out of place (and often having the larger scale personifications wondering what they're supposed to be based off of).
19th Jan '18 1:15:04 AM humanpunk
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* Music/SuziQuatro's "Skin Tight Skin".
17th Jan '18 9:40:21 AM DustSnitch
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Probably the most famous example of this comes from United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart, in the case of ''Jacobelis v. Ohio'', where the court was trying to determine if an Ohio theater had broken obscenity laws by showing the Louis Malle film, ''The Lovers''. The court found it was not obscene, but nobody had a clear reason why. Justice Stewart felt the constitution protects everything except hardcore pornography, and, "I shall not today attempt further to define the kinds of material I understand to be embraced within that shorthand description; and perhaps I could never succeed in intelligibly doing so. But '''I know it when I see it''', and the motion picture involved in this case is not that."
16th Jan '18 3:38:29 AM Hbb
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** [[http://xkcd.com/1942/ A link to a series of self-referential quotes.]]
31st Dec '17 4:17:12 AM Jasin_Moridin
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** Zola's question does actually [[ItMakesSenseInContext make sense]], as he's worried about being slipped a TruthSerum. Colonel Phillips is definitely enjoying [[InvokedTrope invoking]] this trope in response, though.
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