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2nd Jan '17 8:43:12 PM MrMediaGuy2
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* ''WesternAnimation/SausageParty'' is commonly referred to as ''Sausage Movie'', even by major sites like Google.
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28th Nov '16 2:59:09 PM Prfnoff
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* ''VideoGame/RoboArmy'': Does the title refer to the {{Cyborg}} protagonists, or the MechaMooks they fight against? The ExcusePlot is rather inconsistent in such details.
8th Nov '16 3:34:14 AM Morgenthaler
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Often contributes to instances of CowboyBebopAtHisComputer, including the trope's namesake incident. For confusion regarding our own {{Word Salad Title}}s, see IThoughtItMeant. Specific {{Sub Trope}}s include:

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Often contributes to instances of CowboyBebopAtHisComputer, including the trope's namesake incident. For confusion regarding our own {{Word Salad Title}}s, see IThoughtItMeant. IThoughtItMeant.

Specific {{Sub Trope}}s include:
8th Nov '16 3:33:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* The obscure 1970s movie ''Film/DeathBedTheBedThatEats'' is ofter referred to as ''Death Bed: The Bed That Eats '''People''' '' due to Patton Oswalt's infamous rant about the movie where he consistently and incorrectly refers to the movie by that title.

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* The obscure 1970s movie ''Film/DeathBedTheBedThatEats'' is ofter often referred to as ''Death Bed: The Bed That Eats '''People''' '' due to Patton Oswalt's infamous rant about the movie where he consistently and incorrectly refers to the movie by that title.
8th Nov '16 3:32:25 AM Morgenthaler
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31st Oct '16 12:37:52 PM TristanJeremiah
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* Manga/NoMatterHowILookAtItItsYouGuysFaultImNotPopular Has a really long name, and is almost always abbreviated as "WataMote" from the series' original Japanese name.

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29th Oct '16 10:44:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheDayAfter is the movie about nuclear war. TheDayAfterTomorrow is the movie about global warming and a new ice age.

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* TheDayAfter ''Film/TheDayAfter'' is the movie about nuclear war. TheDayAfterTomorrow ''Film/TheDayAfterTomorrow'' is the movie about global warming and a new ice age.
29th Oct '16 8:46:41 AM Morgenthaler
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** In fairness, he's referred to as "Doctor Who" in at least three episodes of the original series, and various comic strips published about his adventures during its run by people who ''should'' have been familiar with it also referred to him that way. Plus the actors playing The Doctor were credited as playing "Doctor Who" for almost 20 years of the classic series and the first series of the relaunch.
29th Oct '16 8:45:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* The popularity of actress Creator/ZooeyDeschanel almost certainly caused some to think that the original Zooey (from J.D. Salinger's ''Franny and Zooey'') must be female. He's not. Granted, the fact that his name is Zooey is enough to make people assume he's a girl. Zooey (or Zoey or Zoe) is almost exclusively a girls' name.



** Also, the popularity of actress Creator/ZooeyDeschanel almost certainly caused some to think that the original Zooey (from J.D. Salinger's ''Franny and Zooey'') must be female. He's not.
** Granted, the fact that his name is Zooey is enough to make people assume he's a girl. Zooey (or Zoey or Zoe) is almost exclusively a girls' name.
29th Oct '16 8:44:33 AM Morgenthaler
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* The title ''20,000 Leagues Under the Sea'' is often assumed to mean the depth at which the ''Nautilus'' travels, which is problematic since this is greater than the diameter of the Earth. In fact, the name refers to the ''horizontal'' distance traveled underwater, coming close to twice around the world.

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* The title ''20,000 Leagues Under the Sea'' ''Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea'' is often assumed to mean the depth at which the ''Nautilus'' travels, which is problematic since this is greater than the diameter of the Earth. In fact, the name refers to the ''horizontal'' distance traveled underwater, coming close to twice around the world.
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