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23rd Sep '16 9:52:07 PM nombretomado
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* During the song "Worthless" from ''TheBraveLittleToaster'', a Texan wedding car and a funeral hearse are both crushed to death at the same time by a Car Crusher at the end of a conveyor belt.

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* During the song "Worthless" from ''TheBraveLittleToaster'', ''WesternAnimation/TheBraveLittleToaster'', a Texan wedding car and a funeral hearse are both crushed to death at the same time by a Car Crusher at the end of a conveyor belt.
16th Sep '16 11:11:26 PM sgamer82
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* When Thistle the gnome is given the offer to become a paladin for his god in ''Literature/{{NPCs}}'', he reluctantly accepts but names a single condition: upon his death he goes to the same afterlife as his late wife rather than the afterlife paladins get.
15th Sep '16 9:28:07 PM Stealth
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* Another tragic variation with [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sullivan_brothers the Sullivan brothers]] in UsefulNotes/WorldWarII. The five siblings were so fiercely loyal to each other that they refused to be split up after joining the Navy and were posted together to the USS ''Juneau''. Unfortunately, ''Juneau'' was torpedoed at Guadalcanal, broke in two, and sank in seconds. The remaining vessels in the area believed that NoOneCouldSurviveThat and retreated to avoid further torpedo attacks from the Japanese. When they finally found the few remaining survivors some eight days later, reports indicated that the three middle sons had died instantly in the explosion, while the youngest had survived the initial blast but later drowned. The eldest was supposedly delirious from sodium poisoning, falling off the life raft before rescue arrived, [[NeverFoundTheBody his body never found]], but some of the survivors suggest that he was so grief-stricken at the loss of his younger brothers that he [[DrivenToSuicide deliberately went over the side]] so that the Sullivan brothers would never be separated. There may be some truth to the story--when the Navy christened two vessels in honor of the Sullivans, both ships carried the motto "We Stick Together."
2nd Sep '16 2:04:43 PM FoxBluereaver
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* '''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger''': When Rio pulls off a HeroicSacrifice to try and defeat BigBad Long, Mele, who previously died in his arms protecting the Gekirangers, is waiting for him on the other side, and they walk to the afterlife holding hands.
30th Aug '16 6:31:15 PM GlitteringFlowers
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* [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huisheng Aisin-Gioro Huisheng]], a Chinese noblewoman daughter of Pujie, the younger brother of [[Film/TheLastEmperor Puyi, the Last Emperor of China]]. In 1943, when she was sent to Japan to live with her maternal grandparents (yes, her mother was Japanese) and study there. She eventually met fellow student Ōkubo Takemichi, son of a railway executive. Her mother strongly opposed, as Huisheng was considered as a potential bride for future Emperor Akihito. The StarCrossedLovers disappeared on 4 December 1957 and were found dead on Mount Amagi. Huisheng was found wearing a gold ring on her finger, laid with her head cradled in Ōkubo's left arm. Ōkubo held a pistol in his right hand. Above their heads was a twisted piece of tissue paper containing snips of their hair and fingernails an element in the ritual of a Japanese love suicide. Huisheng and Ōkubo's ashes were interred together at Ōkubo's father's request.

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* [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huisheng Aisin-Gioro Huisheng]], Huisheng]] was a Chinese noblewoman daughter of Pujie, the Pujie (the younger brother of [[Film/TheLastEmperor Puyi, the Last Emperor of China]]. China]]) and a Japanese woman. In 1943, when she was sent to Japan to live with her maternal grandparents (yes, her mother was Japanese) and study there. She eventually met fellow student Ōkubo Takemichi, son of a railway executive. Her executive... but [[ParentalMarriageVeto her mother strongly opposed, opposed]], as Huisheng was considered as [[ArrangedMarriage a potential bride bride]] for future Emperor Akihito. The StarCrossedLovers disappeared on 4 December 1957 and were found dead on Mount Amagi. Amagi; Huisheng was found wearing a gold ring on her finger, laid with her head cradled in Ōkubo's left arm. arm, while Ōkubo held a pistol in his right hand. Above their heads was a twisted piece of tissue paper containing snips of their hair and fingernails an element in the ritual of a Japanese love suicide. Huisheng and Ōkubo's ashes were interred together at Ōkubo's father's request.
22nd Aug '16 4:08:47 AM leraluna
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* Aisin-Gioro Huisheng, a Chinese noblewoman daughter of Pujie, the younger brother of [[Gilm/TheLastEmperor Puyi, the Last Emperor of China]]. In 1943, when she was sent to Japan to live with her maternal grandparents (yes, her mother was Japanese) and study there. She eventually met fellow student Ōkubo Takemichi, son of a railway executive. Her mother strongly opposed, as Huisheng was considered as a potential bride for future Emperor Akihito. The StarCrossedLovers disappeared on 4 December 1957 and were found dead on Mount Amagi. Huisheng was found wearing a gold ring on her finger, laid with her head cradled in Ōkubo's left arm. Ōkubo held a pistol in his right hand. Above their heads was a twisted piece of tissue paper containing snips of their hair and fingernails an element in the ritual of a Japanese love suicide. Huisheng and Ōkubo's ashes were interred together at Ōkubo's father's request.

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* [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huisheng Aisin-Gioro Huisheng, Huisheng]], a Chinese noblewoman daughter of Pujie, the younger brother of [[Gilm/TheLastEmperor [[Film/TheLastEmperor Puyi, the Last Emperor of China]]. In 1943, when she was sent to Japan to live with her maternal grandparents (yes, her mother was Japanese) and study there. She eventually met fellow student Ōkubo Takemichi, son of a railway executive. Her mother strongly opposed, as Huisheng was considered as a potential bride for future Emperor Akihito. The StarCrossedLovers disappeared on 4 December 1957 and were found dead on Mount Amagi. Huisheng was found wearing a gold ring on her finger, laid with her head cradled in Ōkubo's left arm. Ōkubo held a pistol in his right hand. Above their heads was a twisted piece of tissue paper containing snips of their hair and fingernails an element in the ritual of a Japanese love suicide. Huisheng and Ōkubo's ashes were interred together at Ōkubo's father's request.
22nd Aug '16 4:04:19 AM leraluna
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* Aisin-Gioro Huisheng, a Chinese noblewoman daughter of Pujie, the younger brother of [[Gilm/TheLastEmperor Puyi, the Last Emperor of China]]. In 1943, when she was sent to Japan to live with her maternal grandparents (yes, her mother was Japanese) and study there. She eventually met fellow student Ōkubo Takemichi, son of a railway executive. Her mother strongly opposed, as Huisheng was considered as a potential bride for future Emperor Akihito. The StarCrossedLovers disappeared on 4 December 1957 and were found dead on Mount Amagi. Huisheng was found wearing a gold ring on her finger, laid with her head cradled in Ōkubo's left arm. Ōkubo held a pistol in his right hand. Above their heads was a twisted piece of tissue paper containing snips of their hair and fingernails an element in the ritual of a Japanese love suicide. Huisheng and Ōkubo's ashes were interred together at Ōkubo's father's request.
16th Aug '16 4:52:09 PM hppavilion1
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* Chand and Eng, the first surviving Siamese twins. When an elderly Chang died in his sleep, the just as elderly Eng woke up and wrapped himself around his brother's corpse, verbally invoking this trope as the reason to refuse a surgery that would separate them. He finally died three hours later.

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* Chand and Eng, the first surviving Siamese twins.twins (being, in fact, from the eponymous Siam that the condition is named after). When an elderly Chang died in his sleep, the just as elderly Eng woke up and wrapped himself around his brother's corpse, verbally invoking this trope as the reason to refuse a surgery that would separate them. He finally died three hours later.
13th Aug '16 12:05:38 PM nombretomado
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* [[spoiler:Alma and Kanda]] in ''DGrayMan''. Also Bak's parents where [[spoiler: after their deaths by Alma's hands]], For arranges their bodies so that they were leaning towards each other and holding hands.

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* [[spoiler:Alma and Kanda]] in ''DGrayMan''.''Manga/DGrayMan''. Also Bak's parents where [[spoiler: after their deaths by Alma's hands]], For arranges their bodies so that they were leaning towards each other and holding hands.
10th Aug '16 12:42:24 PM ChronoLegion
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* A Bollywood film that seems to be a version of ''RomeoAndJuliet'' involves a woman, whose love, a famous singer, rejects her after coming from a tour. He reveals to a friend that he's terminally ill and doesn't want to leave her a widow, even if she ends up marrying someone else. In the end, as he's entering her room, she drinks poison, and he dies from cancer.
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