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18th Nov '17 12:07:45 PM DrFraud
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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/4655300/1/TLK TLK]]'':
-->'''Luna:''' Friends share with each other; the good and the bad. My first kiss was from a boy I really liked, just before the Yule Ball. I found out later that he only did it to win a five galleon bet. I heard him and his friends laughing about it afterwards.\\
'''Harry:''' That's horrible. I can't believe someone would do that to you. You're a wonderful person. You're smart, funny, wicked in a fight, pretty and worth a hell of a lot more than five galleons. That didn't come out right, I mean...
15th Oct '17 3:05:44 AM Ccook1956
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* From the NBC edition of the game show ''Jackpot!'', where a dias of sixteen contestants pose riddles to a "king of the hill":
-->'''Contestant:''' First you make a sale then open my drawer. What am I?\\
'''King:''' A hooker! (''mass laughter'')\\
'''Contestant:''' A '''''cash register''''', you louse!!
13th Oct '17 4:29:07 PM Ccook1956
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* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' episode "Mom's Best Friend" had the Ghost With The Most turning into a dog but he can't revert back because of a restrictive collar around his neck. Sweet, innocent Lydia brandishes a pair of scissors and says "I know how to fix it. I'll cut it off!" B.J. shrieks in fright.
13th Oct '17 4:25:24 PM Ccook1956
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*** Another ''Scrabble'' moment: The grid formation for the word was _ _ _ O _ _ _ _ with the clue "Men with short ones often have problems." The audience began to chuckle lightly, then went into full loud laughter when the contestant drew two tiles which revealed the letters S and M.
8th Oct '17 10:02:05 AM nombretomado
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* A couple episodes of ''BostonLegal'' featured a Spanish-speaking man who needed a translator's help to testify in court, only for the translator to realize that the his testimonies (involving a cockfighting ring and a ten-year-old matador) are prime innuendo fodder. For added hilarity, the translator was a nun.

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* A couple episodes of ''BostonLegal'' ''Series/BostonLegal'' featured a Spanish-speaking man who needed a translator's help to testify in court, only for the translator to realize that the his testimonies (involving a cockfighting ring and a ten-year-old matador) are prime innuendo fodder. For added hilarity, the translator was a nun.
20th Sep '17 9:17:20 PM PaulA
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* ''Theatre/BostonMarriage'' has subplots involving a fur muff that Claire received as a gift, and Anna's oven needing repairs that can't be carried out until replacement parts arrive, which combine to produce the moment when Anna's maid innocently declares, "While I was admiring your muff, your parts came."
10th Sep '17 10:52:27 AM CaptainTedium
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9icjj-n-Y3o There's also this gem]].
7th Sep '17 9:29:38 PM DrFraud
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-->'''Harry:''' Keep them. Reminders of the boy you made a man. That didnít sound anywhere near that bad in my head.

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-->'''Harry:''' Keep them. Reminders of the boy you made a man. That didnít sound anywhere near that bad in my head.\\
'''Zatanna:''' Usually doesn't.
7th Sep '17 9:25:50 PM DrFraud
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* In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/5529512/chapters/16842652 Harry Potter and the Golden Ring]]'' Zatanna ends Harry's wandless magic training by snapping his wand while stating that it represents the boy he was and not the man he is, then offers him the pieces.
-->'''Harry:''' Keep them. Reminders of the boy you made a man. That didnít sound anywhere near that bad in my head.
24th Aug '17 12:42:02 PM Statzkeen
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# The person or people spoken to show an odd reaction towards the speaker through responding either verbally or through body language after the words have been said

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# The person or people spoken to show an odd reaction towards the speaker through responding either verbally or through body language after the words have been said
said. For example: HehHehYouSaidX.
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