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1st May '16 11:44:11 AM Floria
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* Steve Rogers in ''Film/CaptainAmericaTheFirstAvenger'' doesn't have much experience with international cuisine, so when he hears notorious playboy Howard Stark invite a woman out for "fondue," Steve assumes he's talking about something a bit racier than melted cheese.
31st Jan '16 9:09:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''ItsAVeryMerryMuppetChristmasMovie'', Rachel Bitterman's assistant assumes everything she says is a come on... eventually annoying her into to saying "You know... not everything is an innuendo!" He then assumes that the word "innuendo" is itself an innuendo.

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* In ''ItsAVeryMerryMuppetChristmasMovie'', ''Film/ItsAVeryMerryMuppetChristmasMovie'', Rachel Bitterman's assistant assumes everything she says is a come on... eventually annoying her into to saying "You know... not everything is an innuendo!" He then assumes that the word "innuendo" is itself an innuendo.
21st Jan '16 7:55:04 PM Adept
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* One of these kicks off ''HanamaruKindergarten''. In the first episode, one of the main characters, a 4-year-old girl, is standing alone along on the side of the street. Another main character, a male kindergarten teacher, comes by on his bike and asks the little girl, "Excuse me, Ojou-chan. What are you doing here?" "Ojou-chan" essentially means "Miss" or "Little lady". Not an unusual way to address a young girl whom one does not know. Anzu, the girl, has a very active imagination, however, and she jumps to the conclusion that he's ''hitting on her''. [[PreMeeting He turns out to be her teacher at kindergarten]] and the misunderstanding persists. HilarityEnsues.

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* One of these kicks off ''HanamaruKindergarten''.''Manga/HanamaruKindergarten''. In the first episode, one of the main characters, a 4-year-old girl, is standing alone along on the side of the street. Another main character, a male kindergarten teacher, comes by on his bike and asks the little girl, "Excuse me, Ojou-chan. What are you doing here?" "Ojou-chan" essentially means "Miss" or "Little lady". Not an unusual way to address a young girl whom one does not know. Anzu, the girl, has a very active imagination, however, and she jumps to the conclusion that he's ''hitting on her''. [[PreMeeting He turns out to be her teacher at kindergarten]] and the misunderstanding persists. HilarityEnsues.
11th Oct '15 10:52:54 AM nombretomado
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* During Yosuke's Story Mode in ''{{Persona 4 Arena}}'', when he comes across Chie, she immediately requests to eat him. Yosuke spends a few moments trying to figure out if she meant it sexually. She meant it [[ImAHumanitarian literally]]. [[spoiler: Then, when Yosuke brings it up after their battle, Chie thinks it's him who is trying to say something sexual.]]

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* During Yosuke's Story Mode in ''{{Persona ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4 Arena}}'', when he comes across Chie, she immediately requests to eat him. Yosuke spends a few moments trying to figure out if she meant it sexually. She meant it [[ImAHumanitarian literally]]. [[spoiler: Then, when Yosuke brings it up after their battle, Chie thinks it's him who is trying to say something sexual.]]
7th Oct '15 9:47:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* Kurt in HorribleBosses is a bit sex-obsessed. At one point he sees a picture of Mrs. Harken and declares "I'd like to bend her over a barrel and show her the fifty states," prompting his friends to ask what he means. The only answer he can provide is "Y'know, it's in that movie." In one of the outtakes, he turns to the camera and announces "Well, it is now."

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* Kurt in HorribleBosses ''Film/HorribleBosses'' is a bit sex-obsessed. At one point he sees a picture of Mrs. Harken and declares "I'd like to bend her over a barrel and show her the fifty states," prompting his friends to ask what he means. The only answer he can provide is "Y'know, it's in that movie." In one of the outtakes, he turns to the camera and announces "Well, it is now."



** Sometimes, the entendres are implied to be about to occur, but then avoided entirely, see ''RidingWithDeath'', Where a spinning number dial gets to 69:

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** Sometimes, the entendres are implied to be about to occur, but then avoided entirely, see ''RidingWithDeath'', ''Film/RidingWithDeath'', Where a spinning number dial gets to 69:



* ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' occasionally has this during the game "[[DoubleEntendre If You Know What I Mean]]", [[CaptainObvious where everything is supposed to be a double entendre followed by "if you know what I mean"]], but occasionally one of the others will answer a particularly obscure line with "No, I don't know what that means". It's all RuleOfFunny.

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* ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' ''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway'' occasionally has this during the game "[[DoubleEntendre If You Know What I Mean]]", [[CaptainObvious where everything is supposed to be a double entendre followed by "if you know what I mean"]], but occasionally one of the others will answer a particularly obscure line with "No, I don't know what that means". It's all RuleOfFunny.
3rd May '15 1:35:29 PM R1ck1
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-->-- Greeting card.

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-->-- Greeting card.
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21st Apr '15 9:45:31 AM Jeduthun
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Compare ImaginedInnuendo, AccidentalInnuendo, HehHehYouSaidX and IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow. Contrast EntendreFailure. Can be used for [[DoubleEntendre Double Entendres]].

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Compare ImaginedInnuendo, AccidentalInnuendo, HehHehYouSaidX and IsThatWhatTheyreCallingItNow. Contrast EntendreFailure. Can be used for [[DoubleEntendre Double Entendres]]. Supertrope of NoLongerWithUs.
9th Apr '15 8:46:35 PM jormis29
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* In {{Uncharted}} 3 Sully manages to make ''everything'' sound like some sort of innuendo.

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* In {{Uncharted}} 3 ''VideoGame/Uncharted3DrakesDeception'' Sully manages to make ''everything'' sound like some sort of innuendo.
7th Apr '15 11:13:39 AM nombretomado
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* In a meta version, the ''DoctorWho Discontinuity Guide'' [[labelnote:*]]Read online: http://www.whoniverse.net/discontinuity/, http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/episodeguide/[[/labelnote]] often lists double entendres for each story. Many of them betray a dirty, dirty mind:

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* In a meta version, the ''DoctorWho ''Series/DoctorWho Discontinuity Guide'' [[labelnote:*]]Read online: http://www.whoniverse.net/discontinuity/, http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/classic/episodeguide/[[/labelnote]] often lists double entendres for each story. Many of them betray a dirty, dirty mind:
25th Mar '15 3:13:15 PM Duffan
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* Kurt in HorribleBosses is a bit sex-obsessed. At one point he sees a picture of Mrs. Harken and declares "I'd like to bend her over a barrel and show her the fifty states," prompting his friends to ask what he means. The only answer he can provide is "Y'know, it's in that movie." In one of the outtakes, he turns to the camera and announces "Well, it is now."
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