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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).
10th Sep '17 6:05:01 PM daria2weird
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** Castiel, eating hamburgers: "These things make me ''very'' happy."

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** Castiel, eating hamburgers: "These things make me ''very'' happy."


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**[[spoiler:Demon Dean]] to Cole: "What did you think was gonna happen, huh? You just stroll up here and say "My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die!" And I'd just roll over? Well, that's just--it makes me sad."
27th Aug '17 10:02:25 AM nombretomado
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* Interesting version shows up in ''VideoGame/ArTonelico''. Not so much as the game itself as the game's {{Fictionary}}; the language of Hymmnos places heavy emphasis on emotions or emotional state. Considering the discrepancies between what Reyvateils say outside and in their Cosmosphere, and what you have to do for them to be able to craft new songs, this is less this trope and more of them needing to be able to express their feelings better.

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* Interesting version shows up in ''VideoGame/ArTonelico''. ''VideoGame/ExaPico''. Not so much as the game itself as the game's series' {{Fictionary}}; the language of Hymmnos places heavy emphasis on emotions or emotional state. Considering the discrepancies between what Reyvateils say outside and in their Cosmosphere, and what you have to do for them to be able to craft new songs, this is less this trope and more of them needing to be able to express their feelings better.
20th Aug '17 10:49:00 AM immblueversion
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-->-- '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFBhR4QcBtE Robot Devil]]''', ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''

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-->-- '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFBhR4QcBtE Robot Devil]]''', '''Robot Devil''', ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}''
5th Aug '17 3:35:26 PM DarkHunter
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* {{Justified|Trope}} in ''Franchise/MassEffect'', in which the elcor race always states the tone of their statement before speaking. For example, "Delighted surprise. I greet you". This is because among their own race, most of the communication is done via pheromones and body language too subtle for other races to detect. Their voices are always in a sort of dull monotone, so when they joined the larger galactic community, they grew accustomed to addressing other races this way as a courtesy. When you hear elcor talking in background conversations, they don't preface their words. Also, because it's Bioware, at least partly a ShoutOut to HK-47 above. In-universe, there was an all-elcor run of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}''. The one time an elcor speaks to you without using a prefix, he's clearly so depressed that a prefix would be redundant.

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* {{Justified|Trope}} in ''Franchise/MassEffect'', in which the elcor race always states the tone of their statement before speaking. For example, "Delighted surprise. I greet you". This is because among their own race, most of the communication is done via pheromones and body language too subtle for other races to detect. Their voices are always in a sort of dull monotone, so when they joined the larger galactic community, they grew accustomed to addressing other races this way as a courtesy. When you hear elcor talking to other elcor in background conversations, they don't preface their words. Also, because it's Bioware, at least partly a ShoutOut to HK-47 above. In-universe, there was an all-elcor run of ''Theatre/{{Hamlet}}''. The one time an elcor speaks to you without using a prefix, he's clearly so depressed that a prefix would be redundant.
15th Jul '17 10:01:02 AM SAMAS
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* Goku's surrender against Cell in ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' is rather upsetting:
--> '''Cell/Vegeta:''' Every word you just spoke has made me ''violently'' angry! Oh ''great!'' now I'm agreeing with ''Vegeta/Cell!'' Look what you made me do!
24th Jun '17 11:48:45 AM nombretomado
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* The ''Anime/CodeGeass'' fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5169564/1/Euphemia-s-Surprise Euphemia's Surprise]] has many of its characters speaking this way. This becomes a bit ironic if you consider that ''CodeGeass'' itself is an [[WorldOfHam over-the-top]] [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] {{Melodrama}}!

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* The ''Anime/CodeGeass'' fanfic [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/5169564/1/Euphemia-s-Surprise Euphemia's Surprise]] has many of its characters speaking this way. This becomes a bit ironic if you consider that ''CodeGeass'' ''Code Geass'' itself is an [[WorldOfHam over-the-top]] [[TearJerker heart-wrenching]] {{Melodrama}}!
22nd Jun '17 8:09:50 PM Eps05
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* This ''Webcomic/{{Achewood}}'' comic: http://www.achewood.com/index.php?date=06212002

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* This ''Webcomic/{{Achewood}}'' comic: http://www.[[http://www.achewood.com/index.php?date=06212002php?date=06212002 comic]].
20th Jun '17 1:59:57 PM TimeLordVictorious
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* [[PlayedForLaughs Played]] ForTheEvulz by [[PsychopathicManchild the Master]] on ''Series/DoctorWho''.

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* [[PlayedForLaughs Played]] ForTheEvulz by [[PsychopathicManchild the Master]] on ''Series/DoctorWho''. The cherry on top is that to demonstrate how he's feeling, [[GallowsHumor he immediately gasses everyone else in the room to death.]]
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