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2nd Jan '18 3:10:56 AM WillBGood
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--> The dialogue in "Ghosts" is elemental to a perverse degree: No one ever obfuscates when they can communicate what they're feeling in the bluntest, most primitive manner possible. So we learn that The Mayor thinks Maestro is weird and strange and doesn't like him when The Mayor says, "You're weird. You're strange. [And] I don't like you.�

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--> The dialogue in "Ghosts" is elemental to a perverse degree: No one ever obfuscates when they can communicate what they're feeling in the bluntest, most primitive manner possible. So we learn that The Mayor thinks Maestro is weird and strange and doesn't like him when The Mayor says, "You're weird. You're strange. [And] I don't like you.� "
2nd Jan '18 3:10:28 AM WillBGood
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* Music/JohnLennon pulls this in Music/TheBeatles' "She Said She Said".
-->"Who put all those things in your head\\
Things that make me feel that I'm mad."
** "I'll Cry Instead" does this as well:

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* Music/JohnLennon pulls this in Music/TheBeatles' "She Said She Said".
-->"Who put all those things in your head\\
Things that make me feel that I'm mad."
**
"I'll Cry Instead" does this as well: Instead":
11th Dec '17 3:39:09 PM MirandaShadowind
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* In [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=219 this]] ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' strip, [[spoiler:the Omega Goo]] has this to say after Ellen flees: "Target has fled. Proceeding with a prepared set of curse words in order to imitate anger. Damn. Crap. [[CurseCutShort F--]]"
23rd Nov '17 7:56:19 AM SparkPlugTheTroper
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* Crosses over with CatchPhrase in ''Anime/DekoBokoFriends'', where a character named the Egg Prince would always say "That makes me boil!" whenever he got angry about something. Whenever this happens, the egg half of his head boils to the point that it cracks slightly.
11th Nov '17 10:13:23 PM Randomwaffle23
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* In the ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony'' episode "The Cheesen One", a mother is concerned about her baby's imminent violent death, saying, "That really cheeses me off."
3rd Nov '17 9:48:53 PM chasemaddigan
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* In the ''Disney/TheJungleBook 2'', Shere Khan invokes this while interrogating Kaa on Mowgli's whereabouts.

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* In the ''Disney/TheJungleBook 2'', ''Disney/TheJungleBook2'', Shere Khan invokes this while interrogating Kaa on Mowgli's whereabouts.
30th Oct '17 12:46:35 PM marymichael
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* ''Film/MoonriseKingdom'' has a great deal of this, partially because the main characters are two children. Creator/WesAnderson is fond of this.

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* ''Film/MoonriseKingdom'' has a great deal of this, partially because the main characters are two children. Creator/WesAnderson is [[DramaticDeadpan fond of this. this.]]
30th Oct '17 12:44:41 PM marymichael
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* ''Film/MoonriseKingdom'' has a great deal of this, partially because the main characters are two children. Creator/WesAnderson is fond of this.
--> '''Walt Bishop:''' I hope the roof flies off and I get sucked up into space.
2nd Oct '17 1:12:07 PM HelloLamppost
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* Ditto for ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration,'' to the point where one wonders if the characters were capable of feeling ''anything'' without announcing it. You knew the writers were going for subtlety when a bit of ''time'' would pass before the emotions were publicly announced. The point of this is presumably just to show that in a utopian future, everyone is totally in touch with their emotions and capable of dealing with them rationally, but in practice it gives off an almost UncannyValley vibe, as if the writers are so uncomfortable with basic human feelings that they don't know how to deal with them except by announcing them. Counsellor Troi was relatively justified in this by the nature of her job (and anyone talking to her, for that matter).

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* Ditto for ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration,'' to the point where one wonders if the characters were capable of feeling ''anything'' without announcing it. You knew the writers were going for subtlety when a bit of ''time'' would pass before the emotions were publicly announced. The point of this is presumably just to show that in a utopian future, everyone is totally in touch with their emotions and capable of dealing with them rationally, but in practice it gives off an almost UncannyValley vibe, as if the writers are so uncomfortable with basic human feelings that they don't know how to deal with them except by announcing them. Counsellor Troi was relatively justified in this by the nature of her job (and anyone talking to her, for that matter). matter), and Data because trying to feel emotions was his whole shtick.
2nd Oct '17 1:11:30 PM HelloLamppost
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* Ditto for ''StarTrekTheNextGeneration,'' to the point where one wonders if the characters were capable of feeling ''anything'' without announcing it. You knew the writers were going for subtlety when a bit of ''time'' would pass before the emotions were publicly announced. The point of this is presumably just to show that in a utopian future, everyone is totally in touch with their emotions and capable of dealing with them rationally, but in practice it gives off an almost UncannyValley vibe, as if the writers are so uncomfortable with basic human feelings that they don't know how to deal with them except by announcing them. Counsellor Troi was relatively justified in this by the nature of her job (and anyone talking to her, for that matter).
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