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22nd Mar '17 12:51:20 PM Rysto
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Two characters with BelligerentSexualTension will sometimes do this and unwittingly demonstrate that they're NotSoDifferent. If another character lampshades this expect them to invoke this trope again as they both shout "[[SheIsNotMyGirlfriend We're not dating]]!"
14th Mar '17 9:44:42 AM DrFraud
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* In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/8462437/chapters/20564266 This Gonna Be Good]]'' Harriet Potter tells Sirius, Remus and James about an alternate-universe male version of herself who was the son of [[MrSeahorse the first two]] and Remus and Sirius blurt out "But he's my brother?!"
15th Feb '17 2:07:35 PM Malady
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* ''Fanfic/ACertainHolidaySeason'': [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11370084/58/A-Certain-Holiday-Season Chapter 58]]:
--> Across the world, they shouted together.
--> "I don't need a reason to save someone!"
24th Dec '16 10:35:32 AM Mdumas43073
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* The trademark of Radio/BobAndRay's characters the [=McBeeBee=] Twins was to always say the same thing just slightly out of sync with each other.

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* The trademark of Radio/BobAndRay's characters the [=McBeeBee=] Twins was to always say the same thing just slightly out of sync with each other.other, creating an echo effect.
24th Dec '16 10:31:22 AM Mdumas43073
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* The trademark of Radio/BobAndRay's characters the [=McBeeBee=] Twins was to always say the same thing just slightly out of sync with each other.
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7th Nov '16 8:56:42 PM FreeJaffa
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13th Oct '16 6:27:49 PM Monolaf317
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* In ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'', Brittnay and Mackenzie do this whenever they're both pissed enough at somebody (not at each other).

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* In ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'', Brittnay and Mackenzie do this whenever they're both pissed enough at somebody (not at each other). The Trishas also do this often, albeit much cheerier.
6th Oct '16 7:16:51 AM erforce
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* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'': "Part of the crew... part of the ship. Part of the crew... part of the ship."

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* ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'': ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'': "Part of the crew... part of the ship. Part of the crew... part of the ship."



* In ''Film/HomeAlone 2'', a nice bit of this with the multiple employees repeating "I love you" to the imaginary bandit.

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* In ''Film/HomeAlone 2'', ''Film/HomeAlone2LostInNewYork'', a nice bit of this with the multiple employees repeating "I love you" to the imaginary bandit.
23rd Sep '16 7:57:58 PM FordPrefect
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Multiple characters say the same thing, at the same time.

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Multiple characters say the same thing, thing at the same time.



Also common is the comedic Subversion; Two characters attempt to do this, but fall out of sync or mess up their lines. Bonus points if they then argue about who was supposed to say what, or about how one isn't sticking to the plan, or if they lampshade that speaking in unison is more trouble than it's worth. This particular variant also can show up with FinishingEachOthersSentences and similar tropes.

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Also common is the comedic Subversion; Two subversion; two characters attempt to do this, but fall out of sync or mess up their lines. Bonus points if they then argue about who was supposed to say what, or about how one isn't sticking to the plan, or if they lampshade that speaking in unison is more trouble than it's worth. This particular variant also can show up with FinishingEachOthersSentences and similar tropes.
8th Sep '16 8:06:54 PM PaulA
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* In John W. Campbell's story "[[Literature/ThePlaneteers The Brain Stealers of Mars]]", Ted Penton and Rod Blake encounter {{shapeshifting}} aliens who impersonate them, and they have to {{spot the impostor}}s. Because the aliens can read minds, they can flawlessly imitate what Penton or Blake would say, and it's not long before all twelve Pentons start speaking and acting in unison. (Blake, on the other hand, is more uncertain, and the Blakes argue with and contradict one another despite all having access to the same mind.)

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* In John W. Campbell's Creator/JohnWCampbell's story "[[Literature/ThePlaneteers The Brain Stealers of Mars]]", "Literature/TheBrainStealersOfMars", Ted Penton and Rod Blake encounter {{shapeshifting}} aliens who impersonate them, and they have to {{spot the impostor}}s.imposter}}s. Because the aliens can read minds, they can flawlessly imitate what Penton or Blake would say, and it's not long before all twelve Pentons start speaking and acting in unison. (Blake, on the other hand, is more uncertain, and the Blakes argue with and contradict one another despite all having access to the same mind.)
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