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23rd Apr '17 10:49:16 AM BobTanaka
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* Over time, the citizens of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Ponyville]] acquire this trait. Magical HatePlague causes you to go nuts and attack someone? Meh, it had been a slow day anyway.

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* Over time, the citizens of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Ponyville]] start to acquire this trait. Magical HatePlague causes you to go nuts and attack someone? Meh, it had been a slow day anyway.
23rd Apr '17 10:48:46 AM BobTanaka
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* Over time, the citizens of [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Ponyville]] acquire this trait. Magical HatePlague causes you to go nuts and attack someone? Meh, it had been a slow day anyway.
9th Apr '17 7:25:16 AM ZemplinTemplar
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** Clara is believably weirded out by her initial meetings with the Doctor, especially when she learns the truth about the TARDIS - all the more that the ship is shown and explained to her in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9lOmJMOT_0 a]] no-time-to-explain rush - but afterward, she's surprisingly nonchalant about the Doctor being an alien adventurer. Eleventh expresses a degree of surprise over her being "Okay with that.", sitting in a café and sipping a shake, as if she just hadn't made a weird acquaintance. In later series, Clara's can-do attitude actually becomes a problem. The Doctor openly worries he's encouraged her to become ''too fearless'' [[RealityEnsues and this in turn tempts her]] to become a cheery adventure junkey in order to block out personal tragedies she's faced in her ordinary life. [[spoiler:After they're both forced to part ways, Clara takes the trope to its logical conclusion, becoming an adventurer in her very own TARDIS, with her very own companion.]]
9th Apr '17 4:04:12 AM StarTropes
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--> Phineas: It's me, Candace. Phineas! Outer-space alien super-crooks from a planet of frogs and reptiles have taken over our bodies.
--> Candace (completely straight-faced): Okay. What do you want me to do?
--> Phineas: Really? You believe that weird story just like that?
--> Candace (still completely straight-faced): Yeah. It's been a long summer, kid. What do you need?

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--> Phineas: '''Phineas''': It's me, Candace. Phineas! Outer-space alien super-crooks from a planet of frogs and reptiles have taken over our bodies.
--> Candace '''Candace''' (completely straight-faced): Okay. What do you want me to do?
--> Phineas: '''Phineas''': Really? You believe that weird story just like that?
--> Candace '''Candace''' (still completely straight-faced): Yeah. It's been a long summer, kid. What do you need?need?
** An even better example is he UnderstandingBoyfriend [[NiceGuy Jeremy]], who gets a front-row seat to both Phineas and Ferb's crazy antics and Candace's attempts to bust them, and just rolls with all of it.
7th Feb '17 10:51:24 AM ChronoLegion
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* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids. To be fair, she does look a little creeped out during the alphabet singing activity, where the kids use inhuman voices to sing, but she doesn't let it bother her. Based on her work history (a nurse in a youth mental hospital, which burned down, then a governess in an old orphanage, which also burned down), it appears she has been adequately prepared for her current position.

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* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids. To be fair, she does look a little creeped out during the alphabet singing activity, where the kids use inhuman voices to sing, but she doesn't let it bother her. Based on her work history (a nurse in a youth mental hospital, which burned down, then a governess in an old orphanage, which also burned down), it appears she has been adequately prepared for her current position.position and even knows how to properly read the [[TomeOfEldritchLore Necronomicon]].
7th Feb '17 10:50:21 AM ChronoLegion
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* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids.

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* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids. To be fair, she does look a little creeped out during the alphabet singing activity, where the kids use inhuman voices to sing, but she doesn't let it bother her. Based on her work history (a nurse in a youth mental hospital, which burned down, then a governess in an old orphanage, which also burned down), it appears she has been adequately prepared for her current position.
8th Jan '17 3:33:10 PM nombretomado
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** In the UltimateMarvel universe though, Jarvis is a bitchy CampGay version of his Earth 616-counterpart.

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** In the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel universe though, Jarvis is a bitchy CampGay version of his Earth 616-counterpart.
13th Dec '16 11:11:51 AM AdelePotter
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* Website/CollegeHumor's "Horror Movie Daycare" sketch relies on this for a lot of its humor. The daycare hosts children from ''Film/TheShining'', ''Film/TheRing'', ''Film/RosemarysBaby''... and the teacher is a cheerful, upbeat young woman who doesn't even bat an eye at tall the supernatural weirdness that comes with her job. In a way, it's actually quite sweet to see her treating the little hellions like ordinary children, and she clearly loves the kids.
2nd Dec '16 5:23:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sheriff Carter from ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' qualifies for this trope most of the time, though he generally has to rise to {{Badass}} level by the climax of the episode.

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* Sheriff Carter from ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' qualifies for this trope most of the time, though he generally has to rise to {{Badass}} badass level by the climax of the episode.
28th Oct '16 11:44:56 AM Necrodomo
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* Some players in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' choose to reject the Good, Evil, ''and'' Neutral PowersThatBe and remain Mortal for their entire existence. This is generally considered a form of SelfImposedChallenge but some characters that do this are surprisingly effective.
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