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27th Jan '18 7:18:36 PM JMQwilleran
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* In "Lucky Pajamas" on ''Literature/LlamaLlama'', when Mama Llama agrees to let Llama Llama wear his "lucky pajamas" for the whole day, he gives a leap in the air that is rather too high, too slow and too sustained to be realistic.
14th Jan '18 7:14:36 PM 64SuperNintendo
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1st Dec '17 3:17:18 PM worldofdrakan
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* This subject is explored in the ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' episode, ''Xingo''. In it, Ben accidentally brings the titular character into his reality when he goes Upgrade to fix the TV and lightning strikes the satellite dish. Xingo, despite no longer being in his own reality, still operates ''entirely'' on cartoon logic. He's [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]], capable of seemingly unlimited [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]], can [[RealityWarper materialize any object out of thin air]], and is at the very least Type Two [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]]. He's also completely incapable of distinguishing between what is harmless fun and actually ''harmful'' outside of his normal cartoon reality.

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* This subject is explored in the ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' episode, ''Xingo''. "Xingo." In it, Ben accidentally [[RefugeeFromTVLand brings the titular character into his reality reality]] when he goes Upgrade to fix the TV and lightning strikes the satellite dish. Xingo, despite no longer being in his own reality, still operates ''entirely'' on cartoon logic. He's [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]], capable of seemingly unlimited [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]], can [[RealityWarper materialize any object out of thin air]], and is at the very least Type Two [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]]. He's also completely incapable of distinguishing between what is harmless fun and actually ''harmful'' outside of his normal cartoon reality.
1st Dec '17 9:57:59 AM worldofdrakan
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* This subject is explored in the ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' episode, ''Xingo''. In it, Ben accidentally brings the titular character into his reality when he goes Upgrade to fix the TV and lightning strikes the satellite dish. Xingo, despite no longer being in his own reality, still operates ''entirely'' on cartoon logic. He's [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]], capable of seemingly unlimited [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]], can [[RealityWarper materialize any object out of thin air]], and is at the very least Type Two [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]]. He's also completely incapable of distinguishing between was is harmless fun and actually ''harmful'' outside of his normal cartoon reality.

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* This subject is explored in the ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' episode, ''Xingo''. In it, Ben accidentally brings the titular character into his reality when he goes Upgrade to fix the TV and lightning strikes the satellite dish. Xingo, despite no longer being in his own reality, still operates ''entirely'' on cartoon logic. He's [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]], capable of seemingly unlimited [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]], can [[RealityWarper materialize any object out of thin air]], and is at the very least Type Two [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]]. He's also completely incapable of distinguishing between was what is harmless fun and actually ''harmful'' outside of his normal cartoon reality.
1st Dec '17 9:49:56 AM worldofdrakan
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* This subject is explored in the ''WesternAnimation/Ben102016'' episode, ''Xingo''. In it, Ben accidentally brings the titular character into his reality when he goes Upgrade to fix the TV and lightning strikes the satellite dish. Xingo, despite no longer being in his own reality, still operates ''entirely'' on cartoon logic. He's [[NighInvulnerability nigh-invulnerable]], capable of seemingly unlimited [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]], can [[RealityWarper materialize any object out of thin air]], and is at the very least Type Two [[TheOmnipotent omnipotent]]. He's also completely incapable of distinguishing between was is harmless fun and actually ''harmful'' outside of his normal cartoon reality.
5th Oct '17 10:17:58 AM Mishmash
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* One episode of ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' had stuff like a cartoon bomb going off in one cast member's face.
22nd Aug '17 1:11:18 PM Kissinger113
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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' utilizes this frequently, typically with a LampshadeHanging.
27th Jul '17 7:04:11 PM Gravityman
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* A good bit of ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' comes from playing with this trope all over the place for the sake of {{Gorn}}. Cartoon Physics will be played straight, subverted, averted, and exploited by the animators to try and make the outcome as cruel and darkly funny as possible.
28th Jun '17 9:47:18 AM PDL
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* ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'': The Team Rocket trio seem to operate on Toon Physics more then other characters. Especially when they put up with abuse that would grievously harm other characters like being electrocuted and "Blasting Off". Ash himself may also counts as he's also been shocked by Pikachu many times over the course of the anime.
9th Apr '17 6:57:55 PM DVB
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* In ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', the toons naturally have this power, but live humans do not outside of Toon Town, which means even though the vast majority of them are benign and friendly, it's entirely possible for a toon to kill a human using cartoon rules. This is what makes [[spoiler:Judge Doom]] so scary, because he can and ''does'' kill people with Toon Physics, and also found a way to kill toons with paint thinner, which he calls the Dip.

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* In ''Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit'', the toons naturally have this power, but live humans do not outside of Toon Town, which means even though the vast majority of them are benign and friendly, it's entirely possible for a toon to kill a human using cartoon rules. This is what makes [[spoiler:Judge Doom]] so scary, because he can and ''does'' kill people with Toon Physics, and also Physics. Furthermore, he found a way to kill ''kill'' the supposedly immortal toons with the Dip, made out of turpentine, acetone and benzene (i.e. oil remover, paint thinner, which he calls the Dip.thinner and film dissolver).
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