History Main / VerbThis

18th Aug '16 2:59:03 PM Tre
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* The [[SciFiChannel SyFy]] film ''Path Of Destruction'' has the colonel saying this during his HeroicSacrifice:

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* The [[SciFiChannel SyFy]] film Creator/{{Syfy}} [[Film/SyFyChannelOriginalMovie film]] ''Path Of Destruction'' has the colonel saying this during his HeroicSacrifice:
15th Aug '16 10:15:11 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** Creator/{{Bungie}} made "Defend THIS!" (originating from ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'') into the name of an achievement in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', and there is a medal in ''VideoGame/HaloReach" called "Reload This!"

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** Creator/{{Bungie}} made "Defend THIS!" (originating from ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'') into the name of an achievement in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'', and there is a medal in ''VideoGame/HaloReach" ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' called "Reload This!"
11th Aug '16 10:27:13 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''Franchise/{{Halo}}: Fall of Reach'', Captain Keyes tries to destroy a Covenant stealth spaceship with archer missiles. After the missiles are defeated, he mutters "Try and jam this." before running his ship into the smaller craft.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Halo}}: Fall of Reach'', ''Literature/HaloTheFallOfReach'', Captain Keyes tries to destroy a Covenant stealth spaceship with archer Archer missiles. After the missiles are defeated, prove to be of no use, he mutters "Try and jam this." before running his ship into the smaller craft.



* The fourth level of the first ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'' game is called "Defend THIS!" It is focused on activating the titular ship's defense mechanisms (which somehow aid you in the level before they are activated). Bungie has not forgotten this phrase, and has made it the name of an achievement in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' and there is a medal in Halo Reach called "Reload This!"
* Graffiti that reads "glass this," alluding to the Covenant's habit of plasma bombarding planets, can be found around New Mombasa in ''VideoGame/Halo3ODST''

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* The fourth level of the first ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'' game is called "Defend THIS!" It is focused on activating the titular ship's defense mechanisms (which somehow aid you in the level before they are activated). Bungie has not forgotten this phrase, and has
* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'':
** Creator/{{Bungie}}
made it "Defend THIS!" (originating from ''VideoGame/{{Marathon}}'') into the name of an achievement in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' 3}}'', and there is a medal in Halo Reach ''VideoGame/HaloReach" called "Reload This!"
* ** Graffiti that reads "glass this," alluding to the Covenant's habit of plasma bombarding plasma-bombarding planets, can be found around New Mombasa in ''VideoGame/Halo3ODST''''VideoGame/Halo3ODST''.
20th Jun '16 6:48:13 PM Jake
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* A particularly good one crops up in ''Film/DieHard'' when John [=McClane=] desperately tries to persuade Hans Gruber to call off his {{mooks}} from machine-gunning the SWATTeam instead of letting them retreat after a failed attempt to force entry. Gruber promises to "take that under advisement" and proceeds to ignore it. [=McClane=] then takes matters into his own hands with some purloined C4, muttering, "Take ''this'' under advisement!"
30th May '16 9:44:24 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''TransformersEnergon:'' TF Wiki keeps what it calls the "pain count," each episode's uses of any piece of the series' repetitive dialogue. Turns out in the Japanese version ''only,'' someone will yell "Eat this!" before attacking at least OnceAnEpisode.

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* ''TransformersEnergon:'' ''Anime/TransformersEnergon:'' TF Wiki keeps what it calls the "pain count," each episode's uses of any piece of the series' repetitive dialogue. Turns out in the Japanese version ''only,'' someone will yell "Eat this!" before attacking at least OnceAnEpisode.
19th May '16 11:05:43 AM Andyroid
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* In VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}, D.Va says "Nerf this!" loud enough for everyone to hear upon activating her ultimate ability. Good thing, it's probably the easiest way to know when to run from the ensuing explosion.

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* In VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}, D.Va says "Nerf this!" loud enough for everyone to hear upon activating her ultimate ability. Good thing, it's probably the easiest way to know when to run from [[SelfDestructMechanism the ensuing explosion.explosion]].
8th May '16 8:48:11 AM wikkit
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* In VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}, D.Va says "Nerf this!" loud enough for everyone to hear upon activating her ultimate ability. Good thing, it's probably the easiest way to know when to run from the ensuing explosion.
22nd Mar '16 12:47:35 AM Mhazard
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Can result in ClusterFBomb if the verb happened to be a [[PrecisionFStrike F Word]], or ScrewThisIAmOuttaHere here if verb was "Screw".

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Can result in ClusterFBomb if the verb happened to be a [[PrecisionFStrike F Word]], or ScrewThisIAmOuttaHere ScrewThisImOuttaHere here if verb was "Screw".
22nd Mar '16 12:47:15 AM Mhazard
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Can result in ClusterFBomb if the verb happened to be a [[PrecisionFStrike F Word]], or ScrewThisIAmOutta here if verb was "Screw".

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Can result in ClusterFBomb if the verb happened to be a [[PrecisionFStrike F Word]], or ScrewThisIAmOutta ScrewThisIAmOuttaHere here if verb was "Screw".
22nd Mar '16 12:47:01 AM Mhazard
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Can result in ClusterFBomb if the verb happened to be a [[PrecisionFStrike F Word]].

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Can result in ClusterFBomb if the verb happened to be a [[PrecisionFStrike F Word]].
Word]], or ScrewThisIAmOutta here if verb was "Screw".
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