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30th Sep '17 8:30:04 AM SnivySomnia
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* In Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway, the game Narrate has two people acting out a Main/FilmNoir scene in an unconventional setting (usually Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles), complete with aside narration.
-->'''Ryan''': "Fresno, eh? That's a lovely town."
-->''AsideGlance''
-->'''Ryan''': "It wasn't."
9th Jul '17 1:15:28 AM yisfidri
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** In the second scene of ''Theatre/Cymbeline'', two lords collectively do this to Cloten, with one sucking up to him and the other making the snarky asides.

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** In the second scene of ''Theatre/Cymbeline'', ''Theatre/{{Cymbeline}}'', two lords collectively do this to Cloten, with one sucking up to him and the other making the snarky asides.
9th Jul '17 1:14:49 AM yisfidri
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** In the second scene of ''Theatre/Cymbeline'', two lords collectively do this to Cloten, with one sucking up to him and the other making the snarky asides.
26th Feb '17 9:59:25 AM nombretomado
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* ''HannahMontana'': A judge tells the defendant he'd have a chance to explain himself but later he whispers to Miley and Lily he actually won't.

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* ''HannahMontana'': ''Series/HannahMontana'': A judge tells the defendant he'd have a chance to explain himself but later he whispers to Miley and Lily he actually won't.
21st Nov '16 3:42:30 PM SteveMB
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See also HypocriticalHumor, for the more comedic use of this trope. For the more dramatic use, compare FalseReassurance and ILied. Also see IveHeardOfThatWhatIsIt.

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See also HypocriticalHumor, for the more comedic use of this trope. For the more dramatic use, compare FalseReassurance and ILied. Also see IveHeardOfThatWhatIsIt.
IveHeardOfThatWhatIsIt. Compare CoughSnarkCough for a more blatant way to simultaneously express and obscure a statement.
5th Nov '16 12:32:45 AM BlazePfeff
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* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'': In "Finger-Lenting Good", Roger makes a comment about [[ItMakesAsMuchSenseInContext wanting to see everybody's 'ta-tas' during his Mardi Gras party]] - [[MyFriendsAndZoidberg except Haley's]], saying that they're ugly and "90% nips". Jeff (Haley's husband) pulls this trope.
-->'''Haley''': They're not ugly!
-->'''Jeff''': ''(reassuringly shakes his head, to Haley)''
-->''(Haley looks down to her plate)''
-->'''Jeff''': ''(also reassuringly nods his head, to Stan and Francine)''
26th Sep '16 11:30:58 PM DastardlyDemolition
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** In the video "[[SupplementalMaterial/TeamFortress2 Meet The Medic]]", the Medic tells the Heavy that "Ribs grow back". Then he whispers to [[ItMakesSenseInContext his dove]]: "No they don't." [[note]]Despite the Medic believing otherwise, human ribs are actually capable of growing back when properly shortened.[[/note]] That said, his [[HealingShiv medigun]] can probably grow them back anyways.

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** In the video "[[SupplementalMaterial/TeamFortress2 Meet The Medic]]", the Medic tells the Heavy that "Ribs grow back". Then he whispers to [[ItMakesSenseInContext his dove]]: "No they don't." [[note]]Despite the Medic believing otherwise, human ribs are actually capable of growing back when properly shortened. But not after being ripped out like Heavy's of course.[[/note]] That said, his [[HealingShiv medigun]] can probably grow them back anyways.
13th Jul '16 9:40:38 AM Tabs
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A generic example with, say, Bob and Alice, will have Alice asking Bob if he likes a particularly gaudy outfit. Bob doesn't want to hurt Alice's feelings, so he'll tell her "Oh yes! Love it!". However, as soon as she turns away, he'll look over at a friend and shake his head while mouthing "''noooo...''". An alternate example might be Alice asking Bob if he wants to go shopping. Bob, not wanting to anger her, will exuberantly say "Sure! I'd love to!". As Alice turns away, Bob then desperately whispers "''Help me!''" to passerbys.

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A generic example with, say, Bob and Alice, will have Alice asking Bob if he likes a particularly gaudy outfit. Bob doesn't want to hurt Alice's feelings, so he'll tell her "Oh yes! Love it!". However, as soon as she turns away, he'll look over at a friend and shake his head while mouthing "''noooo...''". An alternate example might be Alice asking Bob if he wants to go shopping. Bob, not wanting to anger her, will exuberantly say "Sure! I'd love to!". As Alice turns away, Bob then desperately whispers "''Help me!''" to passerbys.
passersby.



-->(''whispering'') ''Flotsam, Jetsam now I've got her boys!''

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-->(''whispering'') ''Flotsam, Jetsam Jetsam, now I've got her boys!''
22nd May '16 12:46:03 PM eroock
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See also HypocriticalHumor, for the more comedic use of this trope. For the more dramatic use, compare FalseReassurance and ILied.

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See also HypocriticalHumor, for the more comedic use of this trope. For the more dramatic use, compare FalseReassurance and ILied.
ILied. Also see IveHeardOfThatWhatIsIt.
18th May '16 1:27:05 PM AnthonyMercer
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' - Punch, in his disguise as the Decepticon Counterpunch, did this once.
-->'''Counterpunch:''' ''(to some Decepticons)'' You deal with my Autobot counterpart. I've heard he's nearby.
-->''(leaves the room and transforms)''
-->'''Punch:''' ...''Real'' nearby.
-->''(runs back into the room)''
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