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24th Oct '17 9:34:49 AM GGCrono
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-> ''TV writers, they often use "acid" as a kind of a shorthand for "wacky" -- they'll say something like "This sitcom, it'll be like TerryAndJune '''[-ON ACID!-]''' Imagine what that'll be like!" Yeah, I can imagine what that'll be like -- that'll be Terry examining the floral pattern on a plate for four days...''

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-> ''TV writers, they often use "acid" as a kind of a shorthand for "wacky" -- they'll say something like "This sitcom, it'll be like TerryAndJune Terry And June '''[-ON ACID!-]''' Imagine what that'll be like!" Yeah, I can imagine what that'll be like -- that'll be Terry examining the floral pattern on a plate for four days...''
24th Oct '17 9:34:41 AM GGCrono
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-> ''TV writers, they often use "acid" as a kind of a shorthand for "wacky" -- they'll say something like "This sitcom, it'll be like Terry And June '''[-ON ACID!-]''' Imagine what that'll be like!" Yeah, I can imagine what that'll be like -- that'll be Terry examining the floral pattern on a plate for four days...''

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-> ''TV writers, they often use "acid" as a kind of a shorthand for "wacky" -- they'll say something like "This sitcom, it'll be like Terry And June TerryAndJune '''[-ON ACID!-]''' Imagine what that'll be like!" Yeah, I can imagine what that'll be like -- that'll be Terry examining the floral pattern on a plate for four days...''
20th Aug '17 10:59:23 AM nombretomado
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Compare XMeetsY, {{Recycled IN SPACE}}; note etymological similarity to CrackFic. Not to be confused with MushroomSamba, though that often invokes this trope among reviewers.

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Compare XMeetsY, JustForFun/XMeetsY, {{Recycled IN SPACE}}; note etymological similarity to CrackFic. Not to be confused with MushroomSamba, though that often invokes this trope among reviewers.
16th Feb '17 7:23:59 PM case
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Creative works are often hard to describe quickly and effectively so writers often use comparisons or "TheyFightCrime!" in order to get their point across. However, despite constantly reminding us that DrugsAreBad, writers have [[HypocriticalHumor a strong addiction to them]].

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Creative works are often hard to describe quickly and effectively so writers often use comparisons or "TheyFightCrime!" "TheyFightCrime" in order to get their point across. However, despite constantly reminding us that DrugsAreBad, writers have [[HypocriticalHumor a strong addiction to them]].
23rd Jan '17 7:29:24 PM Luigifan
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Creative works are often hard to describe quickly and effectively so writers often use comparisons or "TheyFightCrime!" in order to get their point across. However despite constantly reminding us that DrugsAreBad, writers have [[HypocriticalHumor a strong addiction to them]].

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Creative works are often hard to describe quickly and effectively so writers often use comparisons or "TheyFightCrime!" in order to get their point across. However However, despite constantly reminding us that DrugsAreBad, writers have [[HypocriticalHumor a strong addiction to them]].
27th Sep '16 12:52:35 AM Acebrock
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24th Jul '16 2:40:10 PM nombretomado
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--> -- '''BillBailey''', ''Part Troll''

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--> -- '''BillBailey''', '''Music/BillBailey''', ''Part Troll''
6th Oct '15 6:18:20 PM crashkey
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Note that the chances are the creators [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs weren't actually on drugs at all]]. No matter how slim those chances are.

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Note that the chances are the creators [[WhatDoYouMeanItWasntMadeOnDrugs weren't actually on drugs at all]]. No matter how slim those chances are.
might ''seem''.
8th Jun '15 10:39:55 PM nombretomado
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The name of this trope came from an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_is_your_brain_on_drugs American anti-drug commercial]], where it showed an egg with the voice-over "This is your brain," then the egg being cracked on the side of a frying pan and the contents poured in, with the voice-over "This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?" This got so parodied that for a while people ordering eggs sunny side up would say, "I'll take a brain on drugs with toast," for example. (It might also explain why eggs over easy were so common for a while.) For an extra bit of trivia, the girl in the second version of the commercial? That's [[AdventChildren Tifa years later]], [[Creator/RachaelLeighCook among other people.]]

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The name of this trope came from an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_is_your_brain_on_drugs American anti-drug commercial]], where it showed an egg with the voice-over "This is your brain," then the egg being cracked on the side of a frying pan and the contents poured in, with the voice-over "This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?" This got so parodied that for a while people ordering eggs sunny side up would say, "I'll take a brain on drugs with toast," for example. (It might also explain why eggs over easy were so common for a while.) For an extra bit of trivia, the girl in the second version of the commercial? That's [[AdventChildren [[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren Tifa years later]], [[Creator/RachaelLeighCook among other people.]]
24th Mar '14 5:20:27 PM Prfnoff
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The name of this trope came from an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_is_your_brain_on_drugs American anti-drug commercial]], where it showed an egg with the voice-over "This is your brain," then the egg being cracked on the side of a frying pan and the contents poured in, with the voice-over "This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?" This got so parodied that for a while people ordering eggs sunny side up would say, "I'll take a brain on drugs with toast," for example. (It might also explain why eggs over easy were so common for a while.) For an extra bit of trivia, the girl in the second version of the commercial? That's [[AdventChildren Tifa years later]], [[RachaelLeighCook among other people.]]

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The name of this trope came from an [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_is_your_brain_on_drugs American anti-drug commercial]], where it showed an egg with the voice-over "This is your brain," then the egg being cracked on the side of a frying pan and the contents poured in, with the voice-over "This is your brain on drugs. Any questions?" This got so parodied that for a while people ordering eggs sunny side up would say, "I'll take a brain on drugs with toast," for example. (It might also explain why eggs over easy were so common for a while.) For an extra bit of trivia, the girl in the second version of the commercial? That's [[AdventChildren Tifa years later]], [[RachaelLeighCook [[Creator/RachaelLeighCook among other people.]]
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