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24th Apr '17 9:01:11 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': This is Sigrun's andrenaline-induced reaction to narrowly escaping a building that turned out to be so troll-infested that Emil's own reaction to it was to blow it up.
20th Apr '17 6:18:36 AM RustyBill
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* ''{{Film/Tron}}'': After evading a Recognizer that was searching for them, Yori quips to Tron "Let's do it again!"
20th Apr '17 5:45:55 AM tyrekecorrea
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* Happens in ''WesternAnimation/TheBackyardigans'', when Uniqua, Tyrone, and Austin narrowly escape a falling staircase. Uniqua is left hanging on to the top landing for dear life.
--> '''Uniqua''': Hey! That was fun! Let's do it again!
--> '''Tyrone''': Or let's not!
20th Apr '17 2:21:14 AM caribouchat
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[[caption-width-right:306:Phineas and Ulrich, in ''Webcomic/KiddCommander'']]
20th Apr '17 2:00:52 AM caribouchat
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* Phineas, in ''Webcomic/KiddCommander'' is the perfect embodiment of this trope: [[http://kiddcommander.com/?comic=page-255 here]], for instance, after a particularly harrowing fight, but it's also sort of her general attitude.
18th Apr '17 5:42:52 PM nombretomado
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* In the 2009 ''The StrawberryShortcake Movie: Sky's the Limit!'', the girls survive a crazy ride down a hill on a leaf (an attempt to catch up with their friend), and Blueberry Muffin, who had been opposed to riding the leaf in the first place, is the first to admit how much fun it was.

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* In the 2009 ''The StrawberryShortcake WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake Movie: Sky's the Limit!'', the girls survive a crazy ride down a hill on a leaf (an attempt to catch up with their friend), and Blueberry Muffin, who had been opposed to riding the leaf in the first place, is the first to admit how much fun it was.
1st Apr '17 8:21:05 PM WaxingName
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** Sonic himself is prone to this, being a speed junkie who loves to race others and other things.
8th Mar '17 12:51:25 PM JMQwilleran
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* In ''Albert Is NOT Scared'', a children's picture book about teaching math concepts of direction, the anthropomorphic mouse Albert goes to the "amousement park" with his sister, Wanda, but doesn't want to go on any of the rides. He says that he's not scared, he just doesn't like rides where you go up, or down, or around, or through stuff. They finally find a kiddie train ride called the "Chew Chew Train" that only goes forward, which Albert agrees might be good for him. Both, however, unwittingly end up in the line for the "Tail Twister," which happens to be right next to the line for the Chew Chew Train, and which is the biggest roller coaster in the park. After the ride, which takes them ''forward', ''up'', ''down'', ''left'', ''right'', ''around'' and ''through'', Wanda says that she was too terrified to squeak, but as for Albert...

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* In ''Albert Is NOT Scared'', a children's picture book about teaching math concepts of direction, the anthropomorphic mouse Albert goes to the "amousement park" with his sister, Wanda, but doesn't want to go on any of the rides. He says that he's not scared, he just doesn't like rides where you go up, or down, or around, or through stuff. They finally find a kiddie train ride called the "Chew Chew Train" that only goes forward, which Albert agrees might be good for him. Both, however, unwittingly end up in the line for the "Tail Twister," which happens to be right next to the line for the Chew Chew Train, and which is the biggest roller coaster in the park. After the ride, which takes them ''forward', ''forward'', ''up'', ''down'', ''left'', ''right'', ''around'' and ''through'', Wanda says that she was too terrified to squeak, but as for Albert...
8th Mar '17 8:42:52 AM JMQwilleran
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* In ''Albert Is NOT Scared'', a children's picture book about teaching math concepts of direction, the anthropomorphic mouse Albert goes to the "amousement park" with his sister, Wanda, but doesn't want to go on any of the rides. He says that he's not scared, he just doesn't like rides where you go up, or down, or around, or through stuff. They finally find a kiddie train ride called the "Chew Chew Train" that only goes forward, which Albert agrees might be good for him. Both, however, unwittingly end up in the line for the "Tail Twister," which happens to be right next to the line for the Chew Chew Train, and which is the biggest roller coaster in the park. After the ride, which takes them ''forward', ''up'', ''down'', ''left'', ''right'', ''around'' and ''through'', Wanda says that she was too terrified to squeak, but as for Albert...
-->'''Wanda''': I know. You're never scared. You just don't like when a ride goes '''up''' and '''down''' and all '''around'''.
-->'''Albert''': I don't like it. I LOVE IT! Let's do it again!
2nd Jan '17 4:59:30 AM StarTropes
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* In the penultimate episode of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', our heroes have to sneak up on the BigBad at his base on Mars, so they fly their shuttlepod in the tail of a comet to mask their approach, leading to a ''very'' rough ride and a near-crash on the red planet itself. After they succeed in not getting killed, [[DeadpanSnarker Malcolm Reed]] (who has spent the entire trip struggling with motion sickness) offers a very dry quip: "Well, that ''was'' fun. Can we do it again?"
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