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25th May '18 10:14:03 PM Ajardoor
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* The GM of a WarhammerFantasyRoleplay campaign sardonically noted in his Actual Play reports that his player characters often scapegoat Chaos for their misdeeds. Of course, this works well because Chaos is a feared and versatile threat that can crop up anywhere and can do all sorts of weird stuff.
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8th May '18 3:18:12 PM IamTheCaligula
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** In chapter 34 of ''Manga/TouhouIbarakasenWildAndHornedHermit'' Marisa tries to cheer up Reimu with an exotic meal. When Reimu gets a bit adverse to eating ''pickled narcissius'', Marisa tells her not to worry as she cooked the narcissius for as long as she could in order to get rid of all poison... Then she presents the next meal: Hemlock salad. Complete with telling Reimu not to worry because she cooked out the poisons... ''from a salad.''

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** In chapter 34 of ''Manga/TouhouIbarakasenWildAndHornedHermit'' Marisa tries to cheer up Reimu with an exotic meal. When Reimu gets a bit adverse to eating ''pickled narcissius'', Marisa tells her not to worry as she cooked the narcissius for as long as she could in order to get rid of all poison...poison. Then she presents the next meal: Hemlock salad. Complete with telling Reimu not to worry because she cooked out the poisons... ''from a salad.''salad...'' Either way Reimu looked at that one, it was still a LethalChef credential.
8th May '18 3:14:40 PM IamTheCaligula
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** In chapter 34 of ''Manga/TouhouIbarakasenWildAndHornedHermit'' Marisa tries to cheer up Reimu with an exotic meal. When Reimu gets a bit adverse to eating ''pickled narcissius'', Marisa tells her not to worry as she cooked the narcissius for as long as she could in order to get rid of all poison... Then she presents the next meal: Hemlock salad. Complete with telling Reimu not to worry because she cooked out the poisons... ''from a salad.''
22nd Mar '18 10:13:10 PM nombretomado
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* Kelly Kapoor in the American version of ''TheOffice'' has a melodramatic wild card up her sleeve:

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* Kelly Kapoor in the American version of ''TheOffice'' ''Series/{{The Office|US}}'' has a melodramatic wild card up her sleeve:
1st Feb '18 3:17:14 PM thatother1dude
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* ''Anime/RanmaOneHalf'': Ranma, ''Ranma'', '''Ranma'''. The poor fella may be a JerkJock at times, but there is absolutely nothing his rivals won't blame him for when their own lives are going to shit in some way, shape or form. Fan fiction takes it UpToEleven, blaming him for such things as, say, taking the WrongTurnAtAlbuquerque and running into a Dalek invasion.
16th Dec '17 8:21:58 PM marcoasalazarm
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* ''Anime/RanmaOneHalf'': Ranma, ''Ranma'', '''Ranma'''. The poor fella may be a JerkJock at times, but there is absolutely nothing his rivals won't blame him for when their own lives are going to shit in some way, shape or form. Fan fiction takes it UpToEleven, blaming him for such things as, say, taking the WrongTurnAtAlbuquerque and running into a Dalek invasion.
16th Dec '17 8:09:47 PM nombretomado
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* Shirou of ''InFlight'', every time someone calls him on anything strange about him. Eventually his flock start completing the sentence for him.

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* Shirou of ''InFlight'', ''Fanfic/InFlight'', every time someone calls him on anything strange about him. Eventually his flock start completing the sentence for him.



* In ''OhGodNotAgain'', anytime a character asks Harry how he knows seemingly impossible things.

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* In ''OhGodNotAgain'', ''Fanfic/OhGodNotAgain'', anytime a character asks Harry how he knows seemingly impossible things.
3rd Dec '17 12:37:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' - The {{Coneheads}} handwave their weirdness by claiming to be from France.

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* ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' - The {{Coneheads}} Film/{{Coneheads}} handwave their weirdness by claiming to be from France.
17th Nov '17 9:34:08 AM MurrayTheBlue
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* Used often in ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' during the earlier seasons, when any questions Clark Kent was asked about his interest in the caves or any Native American symbols that were related to his Kryptonian heritage were met with "It's for a term paper" -- to the point where ComicBook/LexLuthor himself actually [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] it later.

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* Used often in ''Series/{{Smallville}}'' during the earlier seasons, when any questions Clark Kent was asked about his interest in the caves or any Native American symbols that were related to his Kryptonian heritage were met with "It's for a term paper" -- to the point where ComicBook/LexLuthor himself actually [[LampshadeHanging lampshades]] it later. What makes it doubly strange is that he had a perfectly reasonable excuse: His dead girlfriend died to protect the caves, and he is trying to honor her memory by learning as much about them as possible. He uses this excuse all of once, and Lex actually buys it.
13th Aug '17 6:17:59 AM thatother1dude
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* [[Manga/OnePunchMan King's]] standard excuse for not being somewhere is that he was fighting monsters/raiding monster lairs. [[spoiler:He's telling the truth, in a way - he's a hardcore video gamer, and said monsters/lairs were in an RPG.]]

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* [[Manga/OnePunchMan King's]] ''Manga/OnePunchMan'': King's standard excuse for not being somewhere is that he was fighting monsters/raiding monster lairs. [[spoiler:He's telling the truth, in a way - he's a hardcore video gamer, and said monsters/lairs were in an RPG.]]
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