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22nd May '17 5:47:54 AM Rolf
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* ''VideoGame/TheUrQuanMasters'': Eternal One's full name is this to Daktaklakpak. It caused extinction of that species, as name is full summary of what Eternal one is, starting with name, the genetic material, so on and on. There is no computing system that can calculate its full name.
13th May '17 6:46:27 PM Andyroid
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* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement, and settle their argument with a selection of nonsense that players have to string into a semi-coherent insult. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home: Nigel Hogg, for example, is sensitive about the topic of weight and appearance ("[[MadLibsDialogue Your face... is fat... and... your mother... is dull and ugly!]]"), while John Shufflebottom doesn't like his fashion sense being mocked ("Your hat... looks like... a dead parrot... you numpty!")

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* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement, and settle their argument with a selection of nonsense that players have to string into a semi-coherent insult. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home: Nigel Hogg, for example, is sensitive about the topic of weight and appearance ("[[MadLibsDialogue Your face... is fat... and... your mother... is [Your face] [is fat] [and] [your mother] [is dull and ugly!]]"), ugly]!]]"), while John Shufflebottom doesn't like his fashion sense being mocked ("Your hat... looks like... a ("[Your hat] [looks like] [a dead parrot... you numpty!")parrot], [you numpty!]")
5th May '17 7:13:39 PM Prinzenick
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* In the UsefulNotes/{{NES}} [[VideoGame/FelixTheCat Felix the Cat video game]], Felix's car power-up uses its horn honks (symbolized by the word "BO") as its attack. And during the Gulpo boss fight, he sometimes shouts the word BLOB! at you, which can hurt if it connects.
30th Mar '17 4:58:23 AM Andyroid
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* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement, and settle their argument with a selection of nonsense that players have to string into a semi-coherent insult. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home: Nigel Hogg, for example, is sensitive about the topic of weight and appearance ("Your face is fat and your mother is dull and ugly!"), while John Shufflebottom doesn't like his fashion sense being mocked ("Your hat looks like a dead parrot, you numpty!")

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* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement, and settle their argument with a selection of nonsense that players have to string into a semi-coherent insult. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home: Nigel Hogg, for example, is sensitive about the topic of weight and appearance ("Your face ("[[MadLibsDialogue Your face... is fat and fat... and... your mother mother... is dull and ugly!"), ugly!]]"), while John Shufflebottom doesn't like his fashion sense being mocked ("Your hat hat... looks like like... a dead parrot, parrot... you numpty!")
28th Mar '17 9:10:35 PM Andyroid
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-->"You fight like a dairy farmer!"\\
"How appropriate, you fight like a cow!"



* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement over what serves as plot, and settle their argument with a MadLibs selection of nonsense. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home, such as remarking on their sense of fashion, or any relatives if they're dead/in jail. You'll be told after a remark how effectively it hit, so you know whether to abandon a line of insult that doesn't impact them, or to pursue anything that would wound them personally.

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* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement over what serves as plot, disagreement, and settle their argument with a MadLibs selection of nonsense. nonsense that players have to string into a semi-coherent insult. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home, such as remarking on their sense home: Nigel Hogg, for example, is sensitive about the topic of fashion, or any relatives if they're dead/in jail. You'll be told after a remark how effectively it hit, so you know whether to abandon a line of insult that weight and appearance ("Your face is fat and your mother is dull and ugly!"), while John Shufflebottom doesn't impact them, or to pursue anything that would wound them personally.like his fashion sense being mocked ("Your hat looks like a dead parrot, you numpty!")
22nd Mar '17 10:17:38 PM Pegase
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* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': Alice has foul language that actually affects people. She then accidentally did it to her boss at meeting about it. [[http://dilbert.com/strip/2015-04-09 This]], then at [[http://dilbert.com/strip/2015-04-10 meeting]].

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* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'': Alice has foul language that actually affects people. She then accidentally did it to her boss at meeting about it. [[http://dilbert.com/strip/2015-04-09 This]], then at [[http://dilbert.com/strip/2015-04-10 meeting]]. Perhaps she learned it from [[http://dilbert.com/strip/1998-11-02 one of her coworkers.]]
22nd Jan '17 2:51:31 AM PsychWardWalker
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* The Deplorable Word in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' is one of the most dangerous weapons in existence--the instant it is spoken, all life in a world, except that of the speaker, is instantly and irreversibly decimated. It's not known whether or not this was limited to Charn (Jadis's home world); thankfully, no one in the series ever tries it again.

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* The Deplorable Word in ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfNarnia'' is one of the most dangerous weapons in existence--the instant it is spoken, all life in a world, except that of the speaker, is instantly and irreversibly decimated.annihilated. It's not known whether or not this was limited to Charn (Jadis's home world); thankfully, no one in the series ever tries it again.
20th Jan '17 6:57:05 PM Midna
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* ''Literature/{{Orthogonal}}'': The poem, if written on body then pressed on other being body, would be deadly in short time was briefly discussed as myth. They are [[StarfishAliens very different]] so they form writing with their bodies, then dye skin and press paper on it. So, basically written weapons-grade poem.

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* ''Literature/{{Orthogonal}}'': The There is a myth that the poem, if written on a being's body then pressed on other being body, against that of another, would be deadly in a short time was briefly discussed as myth. be deadly. They are [[StarfishAliens very different]] different from humans]], so they form writing with their bodies, then dye their skin and press paper on it. So, basically written Basically, it's a weapons-grade poem.
23rd Dec '16 9:48:39 AM Nox13last
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* For ''VideoGame/OhSirTheInsultSimulator,'' this is the method of duelling. Both combatants are in a disagreement over what serves as plot, and settle their argument with a MadLibs selection of nonsense. It's possible to hurt one's opponent deeper by hitting closer to home, such as remarking on their sense of fashion, or any relatives if they're dead/in jail. You'll be told after a remark how effectively it hit, so you know whether to abandon a line of insult that doesn't impact them, or to pursue anything that would wound them personally.
13th Nov '16 8:45:04 AM BattleMaster
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* In ''VideoGame/PlanescapeTorment'', there's a statue in an art gallery that's actually a mage who was [[TakenForGranite turned to stone]] just before he could utter the worst curse in the entire Planes. If you should use an item to unpetrify him, he'll use the curse on you, causing you to die horribly (you get better) and massively upgrading Morte's [[IShallTauntYou Litany of Curses]].
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