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28th Mar '17 1:14:13 PM Scarab
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28th Mar '17 1:13:56 PM Scarab
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* DeconstructedTrope in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' during the [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090107 Cinderella parody]]. Tarvek has Cinderella's slippers and wants to find the girl who fits them, but Gil argues that the shoes, size nine-and-a-half, would fit too many other women. While trying to narrow it down Tarvek brings out a picture of Cinderella, and Gil points out that if they have that they no longer need the shoe.

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* DeconstructedTrope in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' during Played with in, of all places, TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild, where Zora females traditionally craft a set of armour for the [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090107 Cinderella parody]]. Tarvek has Cinderella's slippers one they wish to marry. The [[FantasticRacism prejudiced and wants arrogant]] elder, Muzu, refuses to find accept the girl who fits them, but Gil argues help of a Hylian like Link, or believe that he could've been important to his long dead, beloved student Mipha, and withholds his help. He has to accept the shoes, size nine-and-a-half, would truth, though, when it's revealed the Zora armour Mipha made is a [[WackyMarriageProposal precise fit too many other women. While trying to narrow it down Tarvek brings out a picture of Cinderella, for Link and Gil points out that if they have that they no longer need the shoe.was clearly made for him]].
19th Mar '17 11:51:46 PM JoeMerl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw,'' the school dance that [[ExtracurricularEnthusiast Amanda]] organized has problem after problem, largely due to [[TheJinx Milo]]'s presence. When the electricity goes out he quickly fixes the decorations before going to the circuit breaker ([[CrazyPrepared naturally]], he was carrying night-vision goggles). In the process he loses a shoe. When Amanda sees everything fixed she finds the shoe and, wanting to thank "her hero," goes looking for whomever is missing one. * In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Roger finds a nipple pastie the night after a wild party at his bar/attic and goes around trying to find the girl whose nipple fits it. He eventually finds his match, weirdly enough, in a small cottage living with two mean stepsisters.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw,'' the school dance that [[ExtracurricularEnthusiast Amanda]] organized has problem after problem, largely due to [[TheJinx Milo]]'s presence. When the electricity goes out he quickly fixes the decorations before going to the circuit breaker ([[CrazyPrepared naturally]], he was carrying night-vision goggles). In the process he loses a shoe. When Amanda sees everything fixed she finds the shoe and, wanting to thank "her hero," goes looking for whomever is missing one.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Roger finds a nipple pastie the night after a wild party at his bar/attic and goes around trying to find the girl whose nipple fits it. He eventually finds his match, weirdly enough, in a small cottage living with two mean stepsisters.
19th Mar '17 11:51:32 PM JoeMerl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw,'' the school dance that [[ExtracurricularEnthusiast Amanda]] organized has problem after problem, largely due to [[TheJinx Milo]]'s presence. When the electricity goes out he quickly fixes everything before going to the circuit breaker ([[CrazyPrepared naturally]], he was carrying night-vision goggles). In the process he loses a shoe. When Amanda sees everything that he fixed she finds the shoe and goes looking for "her hero" who's missing one.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Roger finds a nipple pastie the night after a wild party at his bar/attic and goes around trying to find the girl whose nipple fits it. He eventually finds his match, weirdly enough, in a small cottage living with two mean stepsisters.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw,'' the school dance that [[ExtracurricularEnthusiast Amanda]] organized has problem after problem, largely due to [[TheJinx Milo]]'s presence. When the electricity goes out he quickly fixes everything the decorations before going to the circuit breaker ([[CrazyPrepared naturally]], he was carrying night-vision goggles). In the process he loses a shoe. When Amanda sees everything that he fixed she finds the shoe and and, wanting to thank "her hero," goes looking for "her hero" who's whomever is missing one.
one. * In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'', Roger finds a nipple pastie the night after a wild party at his bar/attic and goes around trying to find the girl whose nipple fits it. He eventually finds his match, weirdly enough, in a small cottage living with two mean stepsisters.
17th Mar '17 5:35:41 AM secretfan14
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** Despite that the main characters know the story, Nozomi being a {{Dojikko}} really lost her shoe by tripping downstairs.
** This trope is played in ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', where the Cinderella scenario happens again, but the villains try to ruin the story because their goal is creating bad ends. Miyuki being GenreSavvy takes off her shoe and puts it on the stairs instead of losing the shoe. But the villains being clever steal the original shoe and they make an extra large glass shoe for Akaoni. His shoe fits, but it immediately breaks. Candy takes the original back and the shoe flies on Miyuki's foot who just [[{{Dojikko}} tripped]].

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** Despite that the main characters know the story, Nozomi Nozomi, being a {{Dojikko}} CuteClumsyGirl, really lost her shoe by tripping downstairs.
** This trope is played in ''Anime/SmilePrettyCure'', where the Cinderella scenario happens again, but the villains try to ruin the story because their goal is creating bad ends. Miyuki being GenreSavvy takes off her shoe and puts it on the stairs instead of losing the shoe. But the villains being clever steal the original shoe and they make an extra large glass shoe for Akaoni. His shoe fits, but it immediately breaks. Candy takes the original back and the shoe flies on Miyuki's foot who just [[{{Dojikko}} [[CuteClumsyGirl tripped]].
16th Mar '17 7:51:29 PM JoeMerl
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* {{Justified}} in ''Literature/YehShen,'' one of the earliest versions of the Cinderella tale--it's specifically the golden slipper's small size that makes it so that no other woman will fit it. (Well, presumably the king only tested it on those of marriageable age.) In Chinese culture small feet are traditionally an important standard of beauty, hence the practice of foot-binding (which is believed to have begun about a century after this story was written).
16th Mar '17 7:40:01 PM JoeMerl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiloMurphysLaw,'' the school dance that [[ExtracurricularEnthusiast Amanda]] organized has problem after problem, largely due to [[TheJinx Milo]]'s presence. When the electricity goes out he quickly fixes everything before going to the circuit breaker ([[CrazyPrepared naturally]], he was carrying night-vision goggles). In the process he loses a shoe. When Amanda sees everything that he fixed she finds the shoe and goes looking for "her hero" who's missing one.
8th Mar '17 6:08:38 PM nombretomado
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* Used in MercedesLackey's remake of ''Cinderella'', ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters Phoenix and Ashes]]''. Cinderella's wicked stepmother chopped off her pinky finger in the first chapter, so when she leaves her gloves behind at the masquerade ball, there's no question about who they belong to (and it was irrelevant anyway, since the LoveInterest knew full well exactly who he'd been dancing with). Doesn't stop her wicked stepsister from trying, though, and coming out to the hero to claim her gloves still loopy from the painkillers.

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* Used in MercedesLackey's Creator/MercedesLackey's remake of ''Cinderella'', ''[[Literature/ElementalMasters Phoenix and Ashes]]''. Cinderella's wicked stepmother chopped off her pinky finger in the first chapter, so when she leaves her gloves behind at the masquerade ball, there's no question about who they belong to (and it was irrelevant anyway, since the LoveInterest knew full well exactly who he'd been dancing with). Doesn't stop her wicked stepsister from trying, though, and coming out to the hero to claim her gloves still loopy from the painkillers.
23rd Jan '17 12:24:43 PM dsneybuf
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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} plays with this in a video about some Franchise/DisneyPrincess knockoff dolls: Due to shoddy production values, all the shoes seem too big for the dolls. Regardless, he makes the Cinderella look-alike boast that her glass slipper (actually made of blue, non-transparent plastic) fits, proving herself as "she who arrived in a pumpkin."

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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} plays with this in a video about some Franchise/DisneyPrincess knockoff dolls: Due to shoddy production values, all the shoes seem too big for the dolls. Regardless, he makes He has the Cinderella look-alike boast that her the glass slipper (actually made of blue, non-transparent plastic) fits, proving herself as "she who arrived in a pumpkin."pumpkin". However, the slipper (which isn't even made of glass, but instead blue plastic) actually looks too big for the doll, and falls off.
15th Jan '17 8:48:15 AM dsneybuf
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* WebVideo/{{Phelous}} plays with this in a video about some Franchise/DisneyPrincess knockoff dolls: Due to shoddy production values, all the shoes seem too big for the dolls. Regardless, he makes the Cinderella look-alike boast that her glass slipper (actually made of blue, non-transparent plastic) fits, proving herself as "she who arrived in a pumpkin."
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