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13th Aug '17 5:07:15 PM ZerroDefex
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* ''Series/{{Hoarders}}'' is a RealityTV series about people with compulsive hoarding. Things get even more perilous when people refuse to throw out food ("The milk's still good 'cause the carton's not puffy! It's just the outer layer of the lettuce that's gone bad! Oh... I ''think'' that was a pumpkin..."), pet hair ("I know it's stupid but it protects my dog... somehow"), or ''guns'' ("I've heard him threaten to kill her more then once"). Strangely, only two groups of subjects were [[CrazyCatLady Crazy Cat Ladies]], and the more serious one had about 50 animals (about half of them were still alive, and about half of ''those'' had to be euthanized due to aliments caused by the horrible conditions).

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* ''Series/{{Hoarders}}'' is a RealityTV series about people with compulsive hoarding. Things get even more perilous when people refuse to throw out food ("The milk's still good 'cause the carton's not puffy! It's just the outer layer of the lettuce that's gone bad! Oh... I ''think'' that was a pumpkin..."), pet hair ("I know it's stupid but it protects my dog... somehow"), or ''guns'' ("I've heard him threaten to kill her more then once")."). Strangely, only two groups of subjects were [[CrazyCatLady Crazy Cat Ladies]], and the more serious one had about 50 animals (about half of them were still alive, and about half of ''those'' had to be euthanized due to aliments caused by the horrible conditions).
7th Jul '17 7:51:08 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series, this is a trait of the Rieklings, a diminutive race of blue-skinned humanoids native to [[GrimUpNorth Solstheim]] who somewhat resemble "[[OurGoblinsAreDifferent ice goblins]]". They are known to collect and hoard detritus of the more civilized cultures, which they "form strange attachments to" and have even been witnessed [[CargoCult worshiping]]. These items range from random VendorTrash, to weapons and armor, to a crashed experimental ''airship''.
27th Jun '17 9:42:33 PM LBHills
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[[caption-width-right:300:[-The remote's around here somewhere...-] ]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[-The remote's around here somewhere... Maybe it's under the couch?... The couch is around here somewhere...-] ]]
12th Jun '17 9:54:06 PM Vir
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* The entirety of Earth in ''WesternAnimation/WallE''. So much, that Wall-E was making skyscrapers from the blocks of trash he compacted.

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* The entirety of Earth in ''WesternAnimation/WallE''. ''WesternAnimation/{{WALLE}}''. So much, that Wall-E WALL•E was making skyscrapers from the blocks of trash he compacted.
12th Jun '17 9:52:29 PM Vir
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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAlvinShow'' (1961) has Dave Seville bent out of shape because Theodore's and Simon's beds are bedroom area are in disarray and junk-strewn. Alvin's is conspicuously and shockingly neat and tidy. That's because he shoved all his junk and toys in the closet, which Dave eventually opens.

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* An episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAlvinShow'' (1961) has Dave Seville bent out of shape because Theodore's and Simon's beds are and bedroom area are in disarray and junk-strewn. Alvin's is conspicuously and shockingly neat and tidy. That's because he shoved all his junk and toys in the closet, which Dave eventually opens.



** In the episode, "Thirteensomething", after Babs aces her audition for the titular ShowWithinAShow and Buster is unable to find a replacement cohost for ''Tiny Toon Adventures'', he goes into a deep depression and leaves his burrow filled with piles of trash. When Plucky and Shirley come over to visit him, they are quick to take notice.
--->'''Plucky:''' "Yuck! Smells like something died down here!"
--->'''Buster:''' "Yeah, my career."

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** In the episode, "Thirteensomething", after Babs aces her audition for the titular ShowWithinAShow and Buster is unable to find a replacement cohost co-host for ''Tiny Toon Adventures'', he goes into a deep depression and leaves his burrow filled with piles of trash. When Plucky and Shirley come over to visit him, they are quick to take notice.
--->'''Plucky:''' "Yuck! Yuck! Smells like something died down here!"
--->'''Buster:''' "Yeah,
here!\\
'''Buster:''' Yeah,
my career."
10th Jun '17 3:27:57 PM WillKeaton
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Someone's FatalFlaw is that they are messy. It's not as simple as leaving the occasional book on the floor or not cleaning up a minor spill. No, [[AbsurdityAscendant these people go all the way]] and produce environments that should not be able to sustain human life. Trash is overflowing from garbage bags like vomit from the mouths of bloated black slugs, the air is a sickly brown colour, primitive lifeforms have begun to develop under the sink and [[ItCameFromTheFridge don't even think about opening the fridge]], but don't worry! They have A System[[TradeSnark ™]].

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Someone's FatalFlaw is that they are messy. It's not as simple as leaving the occasional book on the floor or not cleaning up a minor spill. No, [[AbsurdityAscendant these people go all the way]] and produce environments that should not be able to sustain human life. Trash is overflowing from garbage bags like vomit from the mouths of bloated black slugs, the air is a sickly brown colour, primitive lifeforms have begun to develop under the sink and [[ItCameFromTheFridge don't even think about opening the fridge]], but don't worry! They have A System[[TradeSnark ™]].
System.[[TradeSnark ™]]



* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pacific_Garbage_Patch The Great Pacific Garbage Patch]]. [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice job breaking it, humans]]. To note, the most of the debris present there are incredibly tiny, and as such, the area can't be seen from space.

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Pacific_Garbage_Patch The Great Pacific Garbage Patch]]. Patch.]] [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nice job breaking it, humans]]. To note, the most of the debris present there are incredibly tiny, and as such, the area can't be seen from space.
5th Jun '17 5:25:51 PM LordDynasmon
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* Lain's house in ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'' gains a worrying amount of mess and a nasty brown fog near the end of the series, [[spoiler:when Lain's family turn out to be adoptive and goes away, leaving her alone there]].

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* Lain's house in ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'' gains a worrying amount of mess and a nasty brown fog near the end of the series, [[spoiler:when Lain's family turn turns out to be adoptive and goes away, leaving her alone there]].



* Sheska of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' is not a slob, but her room is absolutely full of unsorted books. So much that's she introduced needing rescue from being buried under a pile of them that fell over.

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* Sheska of ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'' is not a slob, but her room is absolutely full of unsorted books. So much that's she that she's introduced needing rescue from being buried under a pile of them that fell over.
22nd May '17 9:06:35 AM xcountryguy
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* Lain's house in ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'' gains a worrying amount of mess and a nasty brown fog near the end of the series, [[spoiler: when Lain's family turn out to be adoptive and goes away, leaving her alone there]].

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* Lain's house in ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'' gains a worrying amount of mess and a nasty brown fog near the end of the series, [[spoiler: when [[spoiler:when Lain's family turn out to be adoptive and goes away, leaving her alone there]].



* The family's house in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle''. One episode revolves around them cleaning out a closet and finding property and mail belonging to the people who owned the house ''before'' the people they bought the house from, and they ultimately discover that the "closet" is actually [[spoiler: a spare bathroom]], but it was so full of junk that they never knew it. Another episode features Lois taking medication that prevents her and Hal from having sex and they channel all their pent-up energy into improving the house. At the end, Hal is convinced they have tripled the property value, but now Lois is off the meds and it soon goes back to the way it was.

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* The family's house in ''Series/MalcolmInTheMiddle''. One episode revolves around them cleaning out a closet and finding property and mail belonging to the people who owned the house ''before'' the people they bought the house from, and they ultimately discover that the "closet" is actually [[spoiler: a [[spoiler:a spare bathroom]], but it was so full of junk that they never knew it. Another episode features Lois taking medication that prevents her and Hal from having sex and they channel all their pent-up energy into improving the house. At the end, Hal is convinced they have tripled the property value, but now Lois is off the meds and it soon goes back to the way it was.



** "War of the Simpsons" has Bart and Lisa throw a house party and trash the house so bad that Grandpa starts crying, only to learn that [[spoiler: Grandpa faked it so he could make the kids feel sorry for taking advantage of him]].

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** "War of the Simpsons" has Bart and Lisa throw a house party and trash the house so bad that Grandpa starts crying, only to learn that [[spoiler: Grandpa [[spoiler:Grandpa faked it so he could make the kids feel sorry for taking advantage of him]].
14th May '17 8:15:47 PM rjd1922
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* [[http://www.citypages.com/1997-03-12/news/behind-closed-doors/ The infamous Eggert house]]. "[[ItCameFromTheFridge The refrigerator from which years-old food and roaches spilled out]]". "To get into bed, they had to climb up a mountain of trash and slide down the other side, slick with human feces". "The toilet and bathtub were overflowing." "A baby's crib coated in gray mold". "Conception, believe it or not, occurred here."

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* [[http://www.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20080611213723/http://www.citypages.com/1997-03-12/news/behind-closed-doors/ com/1997-03-12/news/behind-closed-doors The infamous Eggert house]]. "[[ItCameFromTheFridge The refrigerator from which years-old food and roaches spilled out]]". "To get into bed, they had to climb up a mountain of trash and slide down the other side, slick with human feces". "The toilet and bathtub were overflowing." "A baby's crib coated in gray mold". "Conception, believe it or not, occurred here."
7th Apr '17 12:34:42 AM Troperinik
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Stumpy, Quack Quack and Mr. Cat generate [[https://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/kaeloo/images/4/4d/Whatamess.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20161201063412 piles and piles of trash.]] It's mainly food packaging, since they spend most of their time eating snacks and sitting on the couch watching TV.
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