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15th Jan '18 3:00:46 PM DisillusionedJoey
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** There's actually nothing in the text that supports the "vegetarianism for everyone" idea. It's implied that people can't die but nothing is said about the animals not dying.
14th Jan '18 1:49:17 PM nombretomado
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* LeagueOfSuperEvil: Doomageddon, the team's pet/mascot a pan-dimensional Doomhound (Originally HellHound before the GettingCrapPastTheRadar failed) once lost a tooth, causing the hole left behind to suck everything into another dimension. Doktor Frogg saw the other dimension briefly but the viewers couldn't see except that it was mentioned as a "Land of endless nightmares" Later on when everyone does end up within, the "Land of endless nightmares" is a world of rainbows, singing mountains, candy, and Unicorns. To a evil mad scientist like Doktor Frogg, this is Hell.

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* LeagueOfSuperEvil: ''WesternAnimation/LeagueOfSuperEvil'': Doomageddon, the team's pet/mascot a pan-dimensional Doomhound (Originally HellHound before the GettingCrapPastTheRadar failed) once lost a tooth, causing the hole left behind to suck everything into another dimension. Doktor Frogg saw the other dimension briefly but the viewers couldn't see except that it was mentioned as a "Land of endless nightmares" Later on when everyone does end up within, the "Land of endless nightmares" is a world of rainbows, singing mountains, candy, and Unicorns. To a evil mad scientist like Doktor Frogg, this is Hell.
13th Jan '18 11:52:52 AM nombretomado
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* ''Theatre/BabesInToyland'' in the play and most film adaptations. Operating word being "most"; the 1934 Creator/LaurelAndHardy version and the late 1980s made-for-TV version featuring a pre-teen Creator/DrewBarrymore and a young KeanuReeves had their horror moments.

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* ''Theatre/BabesInToyland'' in the play and most film adaptations. Operating word being "most"; the 1934 Creator/LaurelAndHardy version and the late 1980s made-for-TV version featuring a pre-teen Creator/DrewBarrymore and a young KeanuReeves Creator/KeanuReeves had their horror moments.
15th Dec '17 12:11:09 PM bubby3
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[DeliciousDistraction Mmm]], [[topography LevelAte]].[[note]]You'd better not be distracted [[SurpriseDifficulty when playing the actual game]].[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[DeliciousDistraction Mmm]], [[topography LevelAte]].[[LevelAte topography]].[[note]]You'd better not be distracted [[SurpriseDifficulty when playing the actual game]].[[/note]]]]
15th Dec '17 12:10:34 PM bubby3
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[DeliciousDistraction Mmm, topography]].[[note]]You'd better not be distracted [[SurpriseDifficulty when playing the actual game]].[[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[DeliciousDistraction Mmm, topography]].Mmm]], [[topography LevelAte]].[[note]]You'd better not be distracted [[SurpriseDifficulty when playing the actual game]].[[/note]]]]
1st Dec '17 7:59:16 AM xcountryguy
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* A particularly dark version of this comes about in the book ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity,'' about a fantasy world in which the forces of light have decisively won against the forces of darkness, and tipped the BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil way, way too far in their favor. Without darkness, the world becomes more and more of a Sugar Bowl, and will eventually be "consumed by light" (a nice way of saying "wiped out"). While at the start of the book the world has just become uncommonly pleasant and peaceful, it becomes more and more like this toward the end, such as [[TheNightThatNeverEnds nighttime lasting for shorter and shorter periods each cycle.]] [[spoiler: By the end of the book, when the world is on the cusp of destruction, it's bright and sunny at eleven at night, flowers and blossoming over every countryside (even barren cliffsides), there are no shadows ''anywhere'' (even on the inside of peoples' mouths) and even dark colors stop existing. The protagonists who are predominantly dressed in black spontaneously find themselves in bright, cheery colors (their sorcerer's raven familiar having even turned bright blue).]]

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* A particularly dark version of this comes about in the book ''Literature/VillainsByNecessity,'' about a fantasy world in which the forces of light have decisively won against the forces of darkness, and tipped the BalanceBetweenGoodAndEvil way, way too far in their favor. Without darkness, the world becomes more and more of a Sugar Bowl, and will eventually be "consumed by light" (a nice way of saying "wiped out"). While at the start of the book the world has just become uncommonly pleasant and peaceful, it becomes more and more like this toward the end, such as [[TheNightThatNeverEnds nighttime lasting for shorter and shorter periods each cycle.]] [[spoiler: By [[spoiler:By the end of the book, when the world is on the cusp of destruction, it's bright and sunny at eleven at night, flowers and blossoming over every countryside (even barren cliffsides), there are no shadows ''anywhere'' (even on the inside of peoples' mouths) and even dark colors stop existing. The protagonists who are predominantly dressed in black spontaneously find themselves in bright, cheery colors (their sorcerer's raven familiar having even turned bright blue).]]



** In Kalos ironically the only characters that are evil, [[spoiler: want to reset civilization (In a Biblical flood sense) because they think the world has gotten too corrupt]] despite Kalos is not only the most beautiful region, filled with gorgeous scenery, lots and lots of atmospheric cafes filled with friendly people, but also has tons of random people giving the player (A complete stranger) helpful items and advice for no reason other than to be friendly, even the street punks are generally well mannered.
* ''VideoGame/PonyIsland'': At one point, you have to replay a reskinned version of the game with obnoxiously-cutesy graphics and a lengthy ForcedTutorial explaining things the player has already learned from earlier playthroughs. [[spoiler: It actually gets a little ominous when the player pulls out the pony wings before Louie explains how to use them.]]

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** In Kalos ironically the only characters that are evil, [[spoiler: want [[spoiler:want to reset civilization (In a Biblical flood sense) because they think the world has gotten too corrupt]] despite Kalos is not only the most beautiful region, filled with gorgeous scenery, lots and lots of atmospheric cafes filled with friendly people, but also has tons of random people giving the player (A complete stranger) helpful items and advice for no reason other than to be friendly, even the street punks are generally well mannered.
* ''VideoGame/PonyIsland'': At one point, you have to replay a reskinned version of the game with obnoxiously-cutesy graphics and a lengthy ForcedTutorial explaining things the player has already learned from earlier playthroughs. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It actually gets a little ominous when the player pulls out the pony wings before Louie explains how to use them.]]
24th Nov '17 6:55:07 PM Lemia
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* ''Series/TheGoodPlace'' plays with this. The setting was clearly intended to be a Sugar Bowl, but it starts to fall apart almost immediately.

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* ''Series/TheGoodPlace'' plays with this. The setting was clearly intended to be a Sugar Bowl, but it starts to fall apart almost immediately.immediately because of the unplanned presence of a person who isn't as perfect as the rest of the setting's inhabitants and causes chaos with their selfish actions and [[spoiler:the hidden truth that the entire setting is a Hell disguised as Heaven]].
8th Nov '17 6:31:08 AM UchuuFlamenco
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* In ''Film/{{Maleficent}}'', the Moors were this when Maleficent was young.Bright colours, flowers everywhere, everyone greets each other happily, and there is no monarchy because the inhabitants are peaceful and don't need a ruler.

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* In ''Film/{{Maleficent}}'', the Moors were this when Maleficent was young. Bright colours, flowers everywhere, everyone greets each other happily, and there is no monarchy because the inhabitants are peaceful and don't need a ruler.
17th Oct '17 6:46:58 AM RaustBD
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-->-- '''Creator/SeanPenn''', ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'', [[BlatantLies Describing Iraq]].

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-->-- '''Creator/SeanPenn''', ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'', [[BlatantLies Describing describing Iraq]].
17th Oct '17 6:46:42 AM RaustBD
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-->-- '''Creator/SeanPenn''', ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice''

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-->-- '''Creator/SeanPenn''', ''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice''
''Film/TeamAmericaWorldPolice'', [[BlatantLies Describing Iraq]].
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