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29th May '16 10:52:39 AM comicwriter
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* The ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' episode "Legends of the Dark Mite" contains an AuthorFilibuster from PaulDini, in which Bat-Mite takes a jab at overzealous adult fans who think everything needs to be DarkerAndEdgier [[TrueArtIsAngsty to be good]], as well as those who negatively compare every subsequent Batman production to ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' ([[SelfDeprecation which Dini co-created]]).

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* The ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheBraveAndTheBold'' episode "Legends of the Dark Mite" contains an AuthorFilibuster from PaulDini, in which Bat-Mite takes a jab at overzealous adult fans who think everything needs to be DarkerAndEdgier [[TrueArtIsAngsty to be good]], as well as those who negatively compare write off every subsequent new Batman production as [[ToughActToFollow inferior]] to ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' ([[SelfDeprecation which Dini co-created]]).
29th May '16 10:15:20 AM comicwriter
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* From ''[[Comicbook/AvengersVsXMen A-Babies vs. X-Babies]]'':
-->So, yeah, you're buying a book where babies fight babies. [[YouBastard What does that say about you?]]
5th May '16 1:41:59 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* In VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi, Episode 8's climax is one massive TakeThat towards the audience, as the creator had gotten tired of the fans demanding 'the true solution' to everything instead of trying to work it out themselves. [[spoiler: The main characters are [[ZergRush Zerg Rushed]] by [[GiantMook massive]], [[WildMassGuessing stupid-theory-sprouting]] [[{{Mooks}} Butler-Goats]] [[ThisLoserIsYou that ate away at the mystery and demanded answers]].]] [[SarcasmMode Subtle.]]

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* In VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi, VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry, Episode 8's climax is one massive TakeThat towards the audience, as the creator had gotten tired of the fans demanding 'the true solution' to everything instead of trying to work it out themselves. [[spoiler: The main characters are [[ZergRush Zerg Rushed]] by [[GiantMook massive]], [[WildMassGuessing stupid-theory-sprouting]] [[{{Mooks}} Butler-Goats]] [[ThisLoserIsYou that ate away at the mystery and demanded answers]].]] [[SarcasmMode Subtle.]]
4th May '16 5:48:13 PM aye_amber
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* FrankZappa: "This here song might offend you some. If it does it's because you're dumb."

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* FrankZappa: Music/FrankZappa: "This here song might offend you some. If it does it's because you're dumb."
24th Apr '16 9:48:23 AM TSBasilisk
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* Creator/TeamFourStar began running a Pokemon [[SelfImposedChallenge Nuzlocke]] playthrough. As their play and recall of game mechanics is not perfect the videos have garnered a large number of critical and often mocking responses from the franchise's devotees. They became increasingly dismissive of the criticism and when considering whether to evolve a Charizard actually held off just to spite the fans due to the hate-hate relationship.
21st Apr '16 2:38:05 PM SuckerPerpetrator
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** [[http://tinysubversions.com/game/ywhtwt/ Mocked in You Were Hallucinating the Whole Time]], which uses the games' logic of accusing you for finding entertainment fun on classic video games.
21st Apr '16 7:18:52 AM matruz
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** [[spoiler:Sakura's fake love confession to Naruto could be seen as this, as it was a verbatim reading of all the arguments [=NaruSaku=] shippers used to justify them getting together. Deeper analysis of the reasons she used made it obvious it was fake, as Sakura pretty much stated she "liked" him because of the hero he became, rather than the person he actually was. It was shallow enough for Naruto deduce that she was really trying to stop him from chasing after Sasuke, and to realize that she never had romantic feelings for him and probably never would. In hindsight, it was the author's early warning to fans to get off the [=NaruSaku=] train, as well as ''the'' definitive ShipSinking moment of the pairing, and everything afterwards was icing on the cake]].

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** [[spoiler:Sakura's fake love confession to Naruto could be seen as this, as it was [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall a verbatim reading reading]] of all the arguments [=NaruSaku=] shippers used to justify them getting together. Deeper analysis of the reasons she used made it obvious it was fake, as Sakura pretty much stated she "liked" him because of the hero he became, rather than the person he actually was. It was shallow enough for Naruto deduce that she was really trying to stop him from chasing after Sasuke, and to realize that she never had romantic feelings for him and probably never would. In hindsight, it was the author's early warning to fans to get off the [=NaruSaku=] train, as well as ''the'' definitive ShipSinking moment of the pairing, and everything afterwards was icing on the cake]].
21st Apr '16 7:18:10 AM matruz
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** [[spoiler:Sakura's fake love confession to Naruto could be seen as this, as it was a verbatim reading of all the arguments [=NaruSaku=] shippers used to justify them getting together. Deeper analysis of the reasons she used made it obivious it was fake, as Sakura more-or-less stated she "liked" him because of the hero he became, rather than the person he actually was. It was shallow enough for Naruto deduce that she was really trying to stop him from chasing after Sasuke, and realize that she never had romantic feelings for him and probably never would. In hindsight, it was ''the'' definitive ShipSinking moment of the pairing, and everything afterwards was icing on the cake]].

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** [[spoiler:Sakura's fake love confession to Naruto could be seen as this, as it was a verbatim reading of all the arguments [=NaruSaku=] shippers used to justify them getting together. Deeper analysis of the reasons she used made it obivious obvious it was fake, as Sakura more-or-less pretty much stated she "liked" him because of the hero he became, rather than the person he actually was. It was shallow enough for Naruto deduce that she was really trying to stop him from chasing after Sasuke, and to realize that she never had romantic feelings for him and probably never would. In hindsight, it was the author's early warning to fans to get off the [=NaruSaku=] train, as well as ''the'' definitive ShipSinking moment of the pairing, and everything afterwards was icing on the cake]].
13th Apr '16 9:13:14 PM jedidarrick
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--->'''''Fan''''': What was the car in the scene supposed to be symbolic of?
--->'''''Woody''''': It was symbolic of a car.

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--->'''''Fan''''': -->'''''Fan''''': What was the car in the scene supposed to be symbolic of?
--->'''''Woody''''': -->'''''Woody''''': It was symbolic of a car.
10th Apr '16 1:26:43 PM morenohijazo
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* ''ComicBook/{{Iznogoud}}'': The passworded dungeon. Of course it ends with Iznogoud forgetting the password, being trapped in there, desperately testing all permutations and snapping at the reader: "So do YOU remember it? And no turning back pages!"
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