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1st Dec '16 2:04:10 PM Vir
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** When Stan takes Steve to Mexico to lose his virginity, he takes him to three brothels. The first has a fat double amputee, then the second has a man talking through his hands dressed as women. Stan assumes [[RuleOfThree the third]] will be the right one a la Goldilocks; cut to them running outside with Stan declaring "I was wrong! The third one was the worst!" before he and Steve throw up, [[OverlyLongGag leading to many other people nearby throwing up]].

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** When Stan takes Steve to Mexico to lose his virginity, he takes him to three brothels. The first has a fat double amputee, then the second has a man talking through his hands dressed as women. Stan assumes [[RuleOfThree the third]] will be the right one a la Goldilocks; cut to them running outside with Stan declaring "I was wrong! The third one was the worst!" before he and Steve throw up, [[OverlyLongGag [[VomitChainReaction leading to many other people nearby throwing up]].
29th Nov '16 12:15:16 AM Morgenthaler
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** In the same vein, Julius Belmont full power. He is considered the most powerful and badass Belmont in history, though his powers are never shown in all their might thanks to LaserGuidedAmnesia, also his age turned him into a Semi-BadassGrandpa (Just Semi-Grandpa, still 100% {{badass}}).

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** In the same vein, Julius Belmont full power. He is considered the most powerful and badass Belmont in history, though his powers are never shown in all their might thanks to LaserGuidedAmnesia, also his age turned him into a Semi-BadassGrandpa (Just Semi-Grandpa, still 100% {{badass}}).badass).
28th Nov '16 2:55:29 PM Quarma
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* In the Game Grumps episode "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time Part 3", Jirard is shown a video off-screen called Pizza Time. "Okay, so we're looking at the pizza now, it's OH MY GOD. OH GOD! Oh God it's just like- it's just paper! and they're just- they're, like, fake! They're so fake! But - OH WATERMELON! There's a WATERMELON involved?!?! Do turtles like watermelon?! Why are they boning a watermelon?!"
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* In the Game Grumps episode "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time Part 3", Jirard is shown a video off-screen called Pizza Time. "Okay, so we're looking at the pizza now, it's OH MY GOD. OH GOD! Oh God it's just like- it's just paper! and they're just- they're, like, fake! They're so fake! But - OH WATERMELON! There's a WATERMELON involved?!?! Do turtles like watermelon?! Why are they boning a watermelon?!"
watermelon?!" Subverted as the video itself actually does exist and they tell you how to find it, they just don't want to edit the video into their own video.[[/folder]]
27th Nov '16 3:20:16 PM nombretomado
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* C. S. Lewis used this a few times in the ''Series/ChroniclesOfNarnia'', and one of the first to come to mind was in ''TheLastBattle'' with his description of the fruit in Aslan's country.

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* C. S. Lewis used this a few times in the ''Series/ChroniclesOfNarnia'', ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'', and one of the first to come to mind was in ''TheLastBattle'' ''Literature/TheLastBattle'' with his description of the fruit in Aslan's country.
24th Nov '16 5:05:37 PM aishwarya
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* ''Manga/{{Monster}}'': Totally {{averted}}. One of the reasons the show is so good is because it doesn't flinch from showing exactly how the main antagonist, Johan, psychologically manipulates adults and [[WouldHurtAChild children]] into committing horrific acts of murder, destruction and suicide.
6th Nov '16 1:51:07 PM wootzits
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* Episode 17 of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' features a scary-story contest between the Keroro Platoon and the Pekoponians. We only hear snatches of Fuyuki's story, which is apparently enough to terrify everyone else (including an actual ghost!). In Funimation's GagDub, the narrator explains during this part of the episode that he's talking over Fuyuki's story so they don't get sued for scaring anyone to death.

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* Episode 17 of ''Manga/KeroroGunsou'' ''Manga/SgtFrog'' features a scary-story contest between the Keroro Platoon and the Pekoponians. We only hear snatches of Fuyuki's story, which is apparently enough to terrify everyone else (including an actual ghost!). In Funimation's GagDub, the narrator explains during this part of the episode that he's talking over Fuyuki's story so they don't get sued for scaring anyone to death.
25th Oct '16 8:20:53 PM nombretomado
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* Heavily {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in a series of commercial for Sharp Televisions featuring GeorgeTakei, which constantly reminded us that, if you don't have a TV like this which is based on four colors instead of three, you can't actually ''see'' how the picture quality is any different.

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* Heavily {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in a series of commercial for Sharp Televisions featuring GeorgeTakei, Creator/GeorgeTakei, which constantly reminded us that, if you don't have a TV like this which is based on four colors instead of three, you can't actually ''see'' how the picture quality is any different.
12th Oct '16 6:59:20 PM Erin582
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* The Finance Minister Ko Kijin of ''LightNovel/SaiunkokuMonogatari'' wears a mask because his face is refuted to be so terrible it has to be hidden behind a mask. [[spoiler: It is later revealed that his face is so terribly beautiful that birds fall from the sky and people becomes catatonic at the mere sight of it]]

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* The Finance Minister Ko Kijin of ''LightNovel/SaiunkokuMonogatari'' wears a mask because his face is refuted to be so terrible it has to be hidden behind a mask. [[spoiler: It is later revealed that his face is so terribly beautiful that birds fall from the sky and people becomes catatonic at the mere sight of it]]it.]]
* The ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' episode "The Fortune Hunters" has the characters looking through a book that tells what Pokémon they are and what their fortunes will be as connected to that creature. James erroneously believes that he is a Moltres and finds newfound confidence and attitude (so much he even dresses as the Legendary Bird Pokémon.) At the end of the episode, he learns which creature he really is and his fortune, but it's not revealed to the audience whatsoever, although we can guess based on his reaction ("OH, NO! IT CAN'T BE!!") that it's not a good one.
1st Oct '16 6:08:53 AM CaptainTedium
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* In ''WesternAnimation/RoadRovers'', we never see any of the resulting bloodshed from the titular team siccing Muzzle on the bad guys, though the Road Rovers do tend to make remarks about what they see. The team's leader Hunter at one point even quips "There goes our TV-G rating".
16th Sep '16 4:02:36 PM AutumnLeaves
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* In ''Iolanta'' by PyotrIlyichTchaikovsky, we never get to see or hear Matilde. We just have to believe Robert's famous aria on how no other woman could equal her.

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* In ''Iolanta'' ''Theatre/{{Iolanta}}'' by PyotrIlyichTchaikovsky, we never get to see or hear Matilde.Matilda. We just have to believe Robert's famous aria on how no other woman could equal her.
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