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6th May '16 2:11:30 PM Shishkahuben
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* "Electrons are blue". Anything with free electrons whizzing about is bright blue.

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* "Electrons are blue". Anything blue" is a common joke explanation for a phenoenon: things with free electrons whizzing about is tend to be bright blue.



* As far as electronics go, it's common for gaming PCs and peripherals to have colorful lighting. Custom water-cooling setups can use colored water in the tubes.



* As far as electronics go, it's common for gaming PCs and peripherals to have colourful lighting. Custom water-cooling setups can use coloured water in the tubes.

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* As far as electronics go, it's common for gaming PCs and peripherals to have colourful lighting. Custom water-cooling setups can use coloured water in the tubes.
25th Apr '16 11:17:15 AM erforce
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* ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'' plays this for laughs - in one level Cortez and Harry Tipper are trapped in a room filling with green gas, and Tipper comments that green gas is the worst kind.

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* ''VideoGame/TimeSplitters: Future Perfect'' ''VideoGame/TimeSplittersFuturePerfect'' plays this for laughs - in one level Cortez and Harry Tipper are trapped in a room filling with green gas, and Tipper comments that green gas is the worst kind.
20th Apr '16 8:32:27 PM ThatBitterTase
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-->-- RunningGag from the movie review website ''Cold Fusion Video''

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-->-- RunningGag from the defunct movie review website ''Cold Fusion Video''
19th Mar '16 2:26:04 PM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''JustShootMe'', Maya gets covered in ToxicWaste while in the sewers and is later found to glow green in the dark. The chemicals are specifically described as "phosphates," none of which have this property in real life.

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* In an episode of ''JustShootMe'', ''Series/JustShootMe'', Maya gets covered in ToxicWaste while in the sewers and is later found to glow green in the dark. The chemicals are specifically described as "phosphates," none of which have this property in real life.



* Subverted subtly in ''TheBigBangTheory'' when Leonard walks into the kitchen to find Sheldon working with beakers full of colored liquid. Turns out he was using flavored Jell-o to make growth media for bacteria.

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* Subverted subtly in ''TheBigBangTheory'' ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' when Leonard walks into the kitchen to find Sheldon working with beakers full of colored liquid. Turns out he was using flavored Jell-o to make growth media for bacteria.
6th Feb '16 6:37:51 AM cantab
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* As far as electronics go, it's common for gaming PCs and peripherals to have colourful lighting. Custom water-cooling setups can use coloured water in the tubes.
10th Dec '15 9:17:24 AM Jaysef
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* ''Series/TheITCrowd'''s Richmond has no idea what those machines are that he looks after, nor what the flashing lights mean.

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* ''Series/TheITCrowd'''s In ''Series/TheITCrowd'', Richmond looks after the machines in what is presumably the server room, except he has no idea what those the machines are that he looks after, do, nor what the flashing lights mean.
10th Dec '15 9:03:33 AM Jaysef
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* ''RickAndMorty'' in general is [[AmazingTechnicolorWorld brightly colored]] and tends to get away with this trope, especially concerning Rick's fantastic inventions and other alien technology. This makes seeing a multicolored test tube set become weirdly jarring, because it seems so commonplace by comparison. Best example of this is when Doofus Rick is making ovenless brownies for Jerry.

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* ''RickAndMorty'' in general is [[AmazingTechnicolorWorld brightly colored]] and tends to get away with this trope, especially concerning Rick's fantastic inventions and other alien technology. This makes seeing a multicolored test tube set become weirdly jarring, jarring because it seems so commonplace by comparison. Best example of this is when Doofus Rick is making ovenless brownies for Jerry.
10th Dec '15 9:02:29 AM Jaysef
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* ''RickAndMorty'' in general is [[AmazingTechnicolorWorld brightly colored]] and tends to get away with this trope, especially concerning Rick's fantastic inventions and other alien technology. This makes seeing a multicolored test tube set become weirdly jarring, because it seems so commonplace by comparison. Best example of this is when Doofus Rick is making ovenless brownies for Jerry.
23rd Nov '15 10:27:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the movie adaptation of Creator/StephenKing's ''Film/{{Thinner}}'', where a gypsy is threatened with a glass of acid that is actually clear.



* [[AvertedTrope Averted]] in the movie adaptation of Creator/StephenKing's ''{{Thinner}}'', where a gypsy is threatened with a glass of acid that is actually clear.
19th Nov '15 6:40:20 PM Quanyails
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* The third season premiere of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', almost in the same breath as NinetyPercentOfYourBrain

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* The third season premiere of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', almost in the same breath as NinetyPercentOfYourBrainNinetyPercentOfYourBrain.
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