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13th Jul '17 2:38:14 PM luiz4200
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* ''[[Film/HomeAlone Home Alone: The Holiday Heist]]'': When Sinclair's accomplices believe the house they're breaking in is haunted, they demand a bigger share than the initially agreed 25% for each of them. Hughes suggests 50% for him, 50% for Jessica, ''and'' 25% for Sinclair. They eventually settle for one third each.
4th May '17 7:56:13 AM kquinn0830
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* A ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' short has the Big Bad Wolf telling his son that catching pigs is "fifty percent" whatever lesson he's trying to teach at the moment. Eventually, the son dryly informs him of just what all the "fifty percents" add to by that point.

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* A ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' short has the Big Bad Wolf telling his son that catching pigs is "fifty "ninety-nine percent" whatever lesson he's trying to teach at the moment. Eventually, When they get to the third attempt, the son dryly informs him of just what all the "fifty percents" add they're up to by that point.297 percent.
15th Apr '17 8:21:13 PM LadyJafaria
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* "Anguished English", a collection of pupil bloopers, funny typos etc. dug up: "[[GeorgeFredericHandel Handel]] was half German, half Italian and half English."

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* "Anguished English", a collection of pupil bloopers, funny typos etc. dug up: "[[GeorgeFredericHandel Handel]] was half German, half Italian and half English. He was very large."
19th Mar '17 1:56:46 AM ArcaneAzmadi
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* In ''Film/Marius'' (and the play it was based on), the bartender César tries to explain how to make a cocktail to his son Marius. Said cocktail contains one third of Curaçao liquor, one third of lemon juice, one third of Picon, and one third of water. When told by his son that it makes four thirds, he answers : "It depends on how big the thirds are !"

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* In ''Film/Marius'' ''Marius'' (and the play it was based on), the bartender César tries to explain how to make a cocktail to his son Marius. Said cocktail contains one third of Curaçao liquor, one third of lemon juice, one third of Picon, and one third of water. When told by his son that it makes four thirds, he answers : "It depends on how big the thirds are !"
16th Feb '17 8:10:28 PM Darkmoonfire
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* James Veitch of the ''Scamalot'' series from Mashable proposed the following split to a scammer named Mary Gary: Mary 40%, James 70%, Charity 20%, Charlie 1/5, James 20%, and Gary 35%. Mary Gary's only objection to this? "You put yourself twice."

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* James Veitch of the ''Scamalot'' ''WebVideo/{{Scamalot}}'' series from Mashable proposed the following split to a scammer named Mary Gary: Mary 40%, James 70%, Charity 20%, Charlie 1/5, James 20%, and Gary 35%. Mary Gary's only objection to this? "You put yourself twice."
10th Feb '17 3:39:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* MiltonJones has a variation on this trope: he makes a joke about his granddad, and then about his other granddad, and then about his ''other'' granddad, continuing through about eight different granddads. He then later [[CallBack calls back]] to this by complaining about family reunions. "Too many granddads." The granddad jokes usually end with "My grand''mother''... was confused."

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* MiltonJones Creator/MiltonJones has a variation on this trope: he makes a joke about his granddad, and then about his other granddad, and then about his ''other'' granddad, continuing through about eight different granddads. He then later [[CallBack calls back]] to this by complaining about family reunions. "Too many granddads." The granddad jokes usually end with "My grand''mother''... was confused."
15th Jan '17 1:24:14 AM GerardM
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* In ''Film/Marius'' (and the play it was based on), the bartender César tries to explain how to make a cocktail to his son Marius. Said cocktail contains one third of Craçao liquor, one thrid of lemon juice, one third of Picon, and one third of water. When told by his son that it makes four thirds, he answers : "It depends on how big the thirds are !"

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* In ''Film/Marius'' (and the play it was based on), the bartender César tries to explain how to make a cocktail to his son Marius. Said cocktail contains one third of Craçao Curaçao liquor, one thrid third of lemon juice, one third of Picon, and one third of water. When told by his son that it makes four thirds, he answers : "It depends on how big the thirds are !"
15th Jan '17 1:22:04 AM GerardM
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* In ''Film/Marius'' (and the play it was based on), the bartender César tries to explain how to make a cocktail to his son Marius. Said cocktail contains one third of Craçao liquor, one thrid of lemon juice, one third of Picon, and one third of water. When told by his son that it makes four thirds, he answers : "It depends on how big the thirds are !"
26th Sep '16 5:45:02 AM shokoshu
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* "Anguished English", a collection of pupil bloopers, funny typos etc. dug up: "[[GeorgeFredericHandel Handel]] was half German, half Italian and half English."
23rd Sep '16 10:28:01 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''Series/AllThat'' revealed that BritneySpears is "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOXp35sDaTc half girl, half robot, half ravioli]]."

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* One episode of ''Series/AllThat'' revealed that BritneySpears Music/BritneySpears is "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOXp35sDaTc half girl, half robot, half ravioli]]."
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