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20th May '16 12:20:55 PM TVRulezAgain
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* At the beginning of ''{{Shrek}} [[ChristmasSpecial the Halls]]'', Donkey tells Shrek that sweet potatoes are nothing without marshmallows. Later, Shrek sees some frantic last-minute Christmas shoppers, one of whom says the same thing.

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* At the beginning of ''{{Shrek}} ''Franchise/{{Shrek}} [[ChristmasSpecial the Halls]]'', Donkey tells Shrek that sweet potatoes are nothing without marshmallows. Later, Shrek sees some frantic last-minute Christmas shoppers, one of whom says the same thing.
27th Apr '16 9:46:16 PM randomsurfer
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* WebVideo/LinusTechTips: When Linus and co. visit [=FreeGeek=] Vancouver he is digging through some old cables and comes across a bunch of PSU couplers to run two power supplies off the same motherboard, and mentions that Austin could have used them during ''Scrapyard Wars'' where he was running a PC with two power supplies. Linus calls over a FG staffer to show them to him, and the staffer says unprompted that Austin could have used them during ''Scrapyard Wars''.
24th Apr '16 3:17:21 AM erforce
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* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombatShaolinMonks'', [[TheLancer Kung Lao]] made fun of [[TheHero Liu Kang]]'s relationship with Kitana, deeming her as his girlfriend. In [[MortalKombat9 the Shaolin missions,]] Liu Kang dismisses this. Come to MortalKombatX, and ''[[CloningBlues Mileena]]'' makes fun of Liu's relationship.

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* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombatShaolinMonks'', [[TheLancer Kung Lao]] made fun of [[TheHero Liu Kang]]'s relationship with Kitana, deeming her as his girlfriend. In [[MortalKombat9 [[VideoGame/MortalKombat9 the Shaolin missions,]] Liu Kang dismisses this. Come to MortalKombatX, ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', and ''[[CloningBlues Mileena]]'' makes fun of Liu's relationship.
16th Apr '16 2:30:57 AM DougSMachina
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* A myth about an otherworldly shapeshifter woman who transforms from her natural form to that of a beautiful maiden through the use of her garment exists. A young male passerby spies her bathing and (eventually or immediately) steals her garment, hiding it away and forcing her to marry him and bear his children. After many years, she discovers her garment (sometimes herself, sometimes because her husband permits her to see it, and sometimes because of her unknowing child finding it) and, taking it, departs forever, leaving husband and children. Now, am I describing the Orkney and Shetland selkie, the Japanese Tennyo, the Swedish Swan Maiden, the German Three Swans, or one of several other similar stories together classified as AaTh 400?

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* A myth about an otherworldly shapeshifter woman who transforms from her natural form to that of a beautiful maiden through the use of her garment exists. A young male passerby spies her bathing and (eventually or immediately) steals her garment, hiding it away and forcing her to marry him and bear his children. After many years, she discovers her garment (sometimes herself, sometimes because her husband permits her to see it, and sometimes because of her unknowing child finding it) and, taking it, departs forever, leaving husband and children. Now, am I describing This rather specific tale is that of the Orkney and Shetland selkie, the Japanese Tennyo, the Swedish Swan Maiden, the German Three Swans, or one of several other similar stories together classified as AaTh 400?"[=AaTh=] 400".
3rd Apr '16 6:35:25 PM Dechstreme
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3rd Apr '16 6:26:43 PM Dechstreme
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** An anime-only example that occurred near the beginning of the series: Luffy and Zoro both meet Gaimon, a man who's stuck in a treasure chest. Both of them independently arrive at the question "Are you a boxed son?". This is a pun on the Japanese concept of 'boxed daughters', referring to the practice of sheltering girls, but considering it's associated with social criticism and most definitely doesn't refer to a literal box, it's a really stupid pun. Luffy and Zoro were completely serious.

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** An anime-only example that occurred near the beginning of the series: Luffy and Zoro both meet Gaimon, a man who's stuck in a treasure chest. Both of them independently arrive at the question "Are you a boxed son?". This is a pun on the Japanese concept of 'boxed daughters', referring to the practice of sheltering girls, but considering it's associated with social criticism and most definitely doesn't refer to a literal box, it's a really stupid pun. Luffy and Zoro were completely serious.
22nd Mar '16 9:55:53 AM SebastianJS
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* Completely independently of each other, Europe and China formulated the idea of giant winged fire breathing ageless reptiles in the form of dragons.
12th Mar '16 6:01:02 PM luiz4200
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* ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'': In "Orphan Substitute", Otto and Tuddrussell have an argument and Tuddrussell decides to get another orphan under the expressed belief that "one orphan genius is as good as another". At the end of the episode, Larry and Tuddrussell take Otto back and leave the last applicant in his place. Upon seeing the new orphan, Sister Thornly just shrugs and says "one orphan genius is as good as another".
6th Mar '16 10:32:49 AM soulslicer
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* Pyramids. Unless you believe the AncientAstronauts theory.(same principle as an arch: inward pressure holds them up.)* [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Malekith the Witch King, cursed ruler of the Dark Elves]] and [[Creator/MarvelComics Malekith the Accursed, witch and king of the Dark Elves]]. At least, there's no acknowledged connection between the two, and they debuted about a decade apart in different countries.

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* Pyramids. Unless you believe the AncientAstronauts theory.(same principle as an arch: inward pressure holds them up.)* )
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[[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Malekith the Witch King, cursed ruler of the Dark Elves]] and [[Creator/MarvelComics Malekith the Accursed, witch and king of the Dark Elves]]. At least, there's no acknowledged connection between the two, and they debuted about a decade apart in different countries.
6th Mar '16 10:31:19 AM soulslicer
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* Pyramids. Unless you believe the AncientAstronauts theory.(same principle as an arch: inward pressure holds them up.)



* [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Malekith the Witch King, cursed ruler of the Dark Elves]] and [[Creator/MarvelComics Malekith the Accursed, witch and king of the Dark Elves]]. At least, there's no acknowledged connection between the two, and they debuted about a decade apart in different countries.

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* Pyramids. Unless you believe the AncientAstronauts theory.(same principle as an arch: inward pressure holds them up.)* [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Malekith the Witch King, cursed ruler of the Dark Elves]] and [[Creator/MarvelComics Malekith the Accursed, witch and king of the Dark Elves]]. At least, there's no acknowledged connection between the two, and they debuted about a decade apart in different countries.
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