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17th Jan '16 7:47:34 AM StFan
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' had its name derived from Tite Kubo not wanting to name his manga Black after the color of the shingami uniforms and so named it Bleach as the inverse of black. Possible fan theories for its naming were Ichigo's light red hair, which supposedly looks bleached, the band Nirvana of which Tite Kubo is a fan, whose first album was titled ''Bleach'' or the "bleaching" purification effect a Shinigami's sword has on a Hollow fallen ghost. And then there's the rumor [[EpilepticTrees that he called it bleach because in his cleaning supplies the bleach was right next to the Resolve, and resolve is a major character trait]].\\ \\
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' had its name derived from Tite Kubo not wanting to name his manga Black after the color of the shingami uniforms and so named it Bleach as the inverse of black. Possible fan theories for its naming were Ichigo's light red hair, which supposedly looks bleached, the band Nirvana of which Tite Kubo is a fan, whose first album was titled ''Bleach'' or the "bleaching" purification effect a Shinigami's sword has on a Hollow fallen ghost. And then there's the rumor [[EpilepticTrees that he called it bleach because in his cleaning supplies the bleach was right next to the Resolve, and resolve is a major character trait]].\\ \\\\\

* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'': The Sailor Soldier's MagicalGirl costumes deliberately resemble the common Japanese school girl uniforms, popularly known as "sailor fuku" that are patterned after traditional sailor's uniforms. The resemblance is mostly in the shirt collar and scarf. The show even referenced this in one episode of TheNineties [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] when Usagi used her Disguise Pen to become an actual sailor. Actually, the officially translated full title is "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon," just to throw in a few more nouns there.\\ \\ Later anime arcs tack on "R", "S", "Super S", and "Sailor Stars" to the series title. R is said to stand for Rebirth and Romance, S refers to Super, according to eyecatches, as in Super Sailor Moon. Super S refers to... Multiple Super Sailor Soldiers (i.e., the Sailor Team) while Sailor Stars? Probably all the Sailor Star Lights (alien Sailor Soldiers).\\ \\
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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'': The Sailor Soldier's MagicalGirl costumes deliberately resemble the common Japanese school girl uniforms, popularly known as "sailor fuku" that are patterned after traditional sailor's uniforms. The resemblance is mostly in the shirt collar and scarf. The show even referenced this in one episode of TheNineties [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] when Usagi used her Disguise Pen to become an actual sailor. Actually, the officially translated full title is "Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon," just to throw in a few more nouns there.\\ \\ \\\ Later anime arcs tack on "R", "S", "Super S", and "Sailor Stars" to the series title. R is said to stand for Rebirth and Romance, S refers to Super, according to eyecatches, as in Super Sailor Moon. Super S refers to... Multiple Super Sailor Soldiers (i.e., the Sailor Team) while Sailor Stars? Probably all the Sailor Star Lights (alien Sailor Soldiers).\\ \\\\\

* ''Anime/XxxHoLic'' sounds like someone hopelessly addicted to pornography, those x'ed jars of moonshine, or maybe Vin Diesel. It's actually supposed to evoke those little x's on the blank where you sign your name on official documents: therefore, "[=xxxHoLic=]" is more like "fill-in-the-blank-holic", or "ABC-holic". Many of the characters fit this description (workaholic, alcoholic, etc.). It's supposed to be pronounced as just "holic". It can also mean "addicted to the unknown" with the xxx being a "mystery".
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* ''Anime/XxxHoLic'' ''Manga/XxxHolic'' sounds like someone hopelessly addicted to pornography, those x'ed jars of moonshine, or maybe Vin Diesel. It's actually supposed to evoke those little x's on the blank where you sign your name on official documents: therefore, "[=xxxHoLic=]" "[=×××HOLiC=]" is more like "fill-in-the-blank-holic", or "ABC-holic". Many of the characters fit this description (workaholic, alcoholic, etc.). It's supposed to be pronounced as just "holic". It can also mean "addicted to the unknown" with the xxx being a "mystery".

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[[folder:Film]][[folder:Comedy]] * Mitch Hedberg's comedy albums were named for jokes, but not jokes on the album. * Creator/GeorgeCarlin's 1975 album ''An Evening With Wally Londo, Featuring Bill Slaszo.'' [[/folder]] [[folder:Comic Strips]] * ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''. It was supposed to be a term for young children. It was [[ExecutiveMeddling thought up and forced on Charles Schulz by the publisher]]. Charles Schulz himself hated the title and in a 1987 interview, he said: "It's totally ridiculous, has no meaning, is simply confusing, and has no dignity - and I think my humor has dignity." * ''ComicStrip/TomTheDancingBug'': There are no characters named "Tom", nor are there any dancing bugs. [[/folder]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]

** Ditto for the Swedish title: Nyckeln till Frihet - "The Key to Freedom" (you know, hope.)
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** Ditto for the Swedish title: Nyckeln till Frihet - -- "The Key to Freedom" (you know, hope.)

--> Bring me my Bow of burning gold; --> Bring me my Arrows of desire: --> Bring me my Spear: O butts unfold! --> Bring me my Chariot of fire! --> I will not cease from Mental Fight --> Nor shall my Sword sleep in my hand: --> Till we have built Jerusalem, --> In England's green & pleasant Land
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--> Bring -->''Bring me my Bow of burning gold; --> gold;\\ Bring me my Arrows of desire: --> desire:\\ Bring me my Spear: O butts unfold! --> unfold!\\ Bring me my Chariot of fire! --> fire!\\ I will not cease from Mental Fight --> Fight\\ Nor shall my Sword sleep in my hand: --> hand:\\ Till we have built Jerusalem, --> Jerusalem,\\ In England's green & pleasant LandLand''

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* ''[[VideoGame/SplinterCell Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow]].'' Parodied in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' with rejected titles, such as ''Splinter Cell: Peanut Butter Monkey'' and ''Splinter Cell: Puppy Helmet.'' In some circles, Penny Arcade's point was accepted with such vigor that the game was more often referred to as ''Puppy Helmet'' than by its actual name.\\ \\
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* ''[[VideoGame/SplinterCell Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow]].'' Parodied in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' with rejected titles, such as ''Splinter Cell: Peanut Butter Monkey'' and ''Splinter Cell: Puppy Helmet.'' In some circles, Penny Arcade's point was accepted with such vigor that the game was more often referred to as ''Puppy Helmet'' than by its actual name.\\ \\\\\

[[folder:Web Animation]] * ''[[VideoGame/SplinterCell Splinter Cell: Pandora Tomorrow]].'' Parodied in ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' with rejected titles, such as ''Splinter Cell: Peanut Butter Monkey'' and ''Splinter Cell: Puppy Helmet.'' In some circles, Penny Arcade's point was accepted with such vigor that The title of ''WebAnimation/PorkchopNFlatscreen'' does seem weird, but it makes sense when you realize it refers to the, er, sizes of the game was more often referred to as ''Puppy Helmet'' than by its actual name.\\ \\two main characters (Porkchop = Ayane, Flatscreen = Mai). [[/folder]]

* ''WebVideo/MarbleHornets'', in universe, is the student film that Jay and Alex were making. In reality, it is just the first two things the creators saw when brainstorming the title. ** Many fans have pointed out that the 2000 novel ''Literature/HouseOfLeaves'', which shares many stylistic and atmospheric elements with the series, conspicuously uses the term "marble horses" at one point, possibly inspiring the title. * The title of ''WebAnimation/PorkchopNFlatscreen'' does seem weird, but it makes sense when you realize it refers to the, er, sizes of the two main characters (Porkchop = Ayane, Flatscreen = Mai).
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* ''WebVideo/MarbleHornets'', in universe, is the student film that Jay and Alex were making. In reality, it is just the first two things the creators saw when brainstorming the title. ** title. Many fans have pointed out that the 2000 novel ''Literature/HouseOfLeaves'', which shares many stylistic and atmospheric elements with the series, conspicuously uses the term "marble horses" at one point, possibly inspiring the title. * The title of ''WebAnimation/PorkchopNFlatscreen'' does seem weird, but it makes sense when you realize it refers to the, er, sizes of the two main characters (Porkchop = Ayane, Flatscreen = Mai). title.

[[folder:Other]] * Mitch Hedberg's comedy albums were named for jokes, but not jokes on the album. * Creator/GeorgeCarlin's 1975 album ''An Evening With Wally Londo, Featuring Bill Slaszo.'' [[/folder]]

[[folder:Anime and Manga]] * ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' is kind of on the borderline, since the titular warship eventually becomes a mobile space fortress (in the sense of protecting a vulnerable group of civilians inside) which is capable of faster-than-light travel (hence "super-dimensional", transcending the dimensions). The "Super Dimensional" part may have referred to the huge size of the ship, which was stated to be a rather large Supervision Army warship. The Super Dimension tag was appended [[ExecutiveMeddling at the request of the sponsor]] to tie it in with two unrelated series that would run in the same timeslot after Macross had finished its run.\\ \\
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[[folder:Anime and & Manga]] * ''Anime/{{Macross}}'': ** ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' is kind of on the borderline, since the titular warship eventually becomes a mobile space fortress (in the sense of protecting a vulnerable group of civilians inside) which is capable of faster-than-light travel (hence "super-dimensional", transcending the dimensions). The "Super Dimensional" part may have referred to the huge size of the ship, which was stated to be a rather large Supervision Army warship. The Super Dimension tag was appended [[ExecutiveMeddling at the request of the sponsor]] to tie it in with two unrelated series that would run in the same timeslot after Macross had finished its run.\\ \\\\\

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[[folder:Audio Play]][[folder:Comedy]] * Some of the titles of Creator/RossNoble's tours and DVD releases are quite random (reflecting his style) such as ''Sonic Waffle''. [[/folder]]

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* ''Film/TheRoom'' mostly takes place in a two-floor apartment, but no particular room is given any specific plot importance or thematic weight. A far more appropriate title could be ''The Building''. ** Writer/Director/Star Tommy Wiseau's rambling, barely coherent explanation is that he had the idea of a room people could relate to that was a place of privacy and safety where they could go to revel or brood. Of course, how this ties to the actual events of the film is still anybody's guess. ** Greg Sestero, the actor who played Mark claimed that the film was originally written as a play, and all of the action would take place in a single room, which is at least a WordOfSaintPaul.
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* ''Film/TheRoom'' mostly takes place in a two-floor apartment, but no particular room is given any specific plot importance or thematic weight. A far more appropriate title could be ''The Building''. ** Building''. Writer/Director/Star Tommy Wiseau's rambling, barely coherent explanation is that he had the idea of a room people could relate to that was a place of privacy and safety where they could go to revel or brood. Of course, how this ties to the actual events of the film is still anybody's guess. ** guess. Greg Sestero, the actor who played Mark claimed that the film was originally written as a play, and all of the action would take place in a single room, which is at least a WordOfSaintPaul.

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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] * ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''. It was supposed to be a term for young children. It was [[ExecutiveMeddling thought up and forced on Charles Schulz by the publisher]]. Charles Schulz himself hated the title and in a 1987 interview, he said: "It's totally ridiculous, has no meaning, is simply confusing, and has no dignity - and I think my humor has dignity." * ''TomTheDancingBug'': There are no characters named "Tom", nor are there any dancing bugs.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]] [[folder:Pinballs]] * ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}''. It was supposed Good luck trying to be figure out what a term for young children. It was [[ExecutiveMeddling thought up and forced on Charles Schulz by the publisher]]. Charles Schulz himself hated the title and in a 1987 interview, he said: "It's totally ridiculous, ''[[Pinball/TXSector TX-Sector]]'' is, or what it has no meaning, is simply confusing, and has no dignity - and I think my humor has dignity." * ''TomTheDancingBug'': There are no characters named "Tom", nor are there any dancing bugs.to do with TeleportersAndTransporters.

[[folder:Pinball]] * Good luck trying to figure out what a ''[[Pinball/TXSector TX-Sector]]'' is, or what it has to do with TeleportersAndTransporters. [[/folder]] [[folder:Professional Wrestling]]
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[[folder:Pinball]] * Good luck trying to figure out what a ''[[Pinball/TXSector TX-Sector]]'' is, or what it has to do with TeleportersAndTransporters. [[/folder]] [[folder:Professional [[folder:Pro Wrestling]]

[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]] * Some of the titles of Creator/RossNoble's tours and DVD releases are quite random (reflecting his style) such as ''Sonic Waffle''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Theatre]]
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[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]] * Some of the titles of Creator/RossNoble's tours and DVD releases are quite random (reflecting his style) such as ''Sonic Waffle''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Theatre]][[folder:Theater]]

[[folder:Stand-Up Comedy]] * Some of the titles of Creator/RossNoble's tours and DVD releases are quite random (reflecting his style) ''WebAnimation/YouTubePoop''. This is lampshaded in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRIe14eH2_U one poop]] where [[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] wonders why they call it that. It could refer to such as ''Sonic Waffle''. [[/folder]] [[folder:Theatre]]videos allegedly being the bottom of [=YouTube's=] video barrel, but considering that some of them are comedy gold, this interpretation may or may not fit very well.

* ''WebAnimation/YouTubePoop''. This is lampshaded in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRIe14eH2_U one poop]] where [[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] wonders why they call it that. It could refer to such videos allegedly being the bottom of [=YouTube's=] video barrel, but considering that some of them are comedy gold, this interpretation may or may not fit very well.

* ''WebAnimation/YouTubePoop''. This is lampshaded in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRIe14eH2_U one poop]] where [[WesternAnimation/{{Ratatouille}} Linguini]] wonders why they call it that. It could refer to such videos allegedly being the bottom of [=YouTube's=] video barrel, but considering that some of them are comedy gold, this interpretation may or may not fit very well.[[InvokedTrope Every]] [[ThemeNaming organization]] listed at [[JustForFun/TheArchiveOfBellicoseLexiconEntities TABLE]].

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7th Jan '16 11:45:03 AM erforce
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* ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'': Lain is our protagonist. The series spans a short manga and a Playstation game, the latter of which involves reading case files on Lain's 'progress' throughout laboratory tests. Also, each episode of the show can be seen as Lain experimenting with something new, progressing serially from the simple (trying out a new computer) to the mindblowingly, cosmically profound. Metatextually, the episodes can be seen as a series of experiments with storytelling technique, each one trying something different.
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* ''Anime/SerialExperimentsLain'': Lain is our protagonist. The series spans a short manga and a Playstation UsefulNotes/Playstation game, the latter of which involves reading case files on Lain's 'progress' throughout laboratory tests. Also, each episode of the show can be seen as Lain experimenting with something new, progressing serially from the simple (trying out a new computer) to the mindblowingly, cosmically profound. Metatextually, the episodes can be seen as a series of experiments with storytelling technique, each one trying something different.

* ''[[VideoGame/FatalFury Real Bout Fatal Fury Special: Dominated Mind]]'': the PlayStation port of ''Real Bout Fatal Fury Special'', which is an {{Oddly Named Sequel|2ElectricBoogaloo}} to ''Real Bout Fatal Fury'' (and not really a sequel, strictly speaking), itself an {{Oddly Named Sequel|2ElectricBoogaloo}} in the series lineup. The port gets its own name because it gets [[UpdatedRerelease lots of extra stuff, including a story]].
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* ''[[VideoGame/FatalFury Real Bout Fatal Fury Special: Dominated Mind]]'': the PlayStation The UsefulNotes/PlayStation port of ''Real Bout Fatal Fury Special'', which is an {{Oddly Named Sequel|2ElectricBoogaloo}} to ''Real Bout Fatal Fury'' (and not really a sequel, strictly speaking), itself an {{Oddly Named Sequel|2ElectricBoogaloo}} in the series lineup. The port gets its own name because it gets [[UpdatedRerelease lots of extra stuff, including a story]].

* {{Shoddy Knockoff Product}}s often try to skirt around copyright law by changing a word into something that ''sounds'' similar, or trying to use synonyms. This is how products and brands like the Nintendo Poly Station (Playstation knockoff and not affiliated with Nintendo in any way), Arm and Hatchet (Arm & Hammer), Michael Alone (Mcdonald's), and Cavern Kernel (Calvin Klein) manage to exist. * The Super Mario World [[GameMod ROM hacking]] supplementary tool "Gopher Popcorn Stew". It was named that because during its creation, the discussion of possible names involved a suggestion to just name it something ridiculous and random (for want of anything better), and [[SureLetsGoWithThat the name stuck]].
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* {{Shoddy Knockoff Product}}s often try to skirt around copyright law by changing a word into something that ''sounds'' similar, or trying to use synonyms. This is how products and brands like the Nintendo Poly Station (Playstation (UsefulNotes/Playstation knockoff and not affiliated with Nintendo in any way), Arm and Hatchet (Arm & Hammer), Michael Alone (Mcdonald's), and Cavern Kernel (Calvin Klein) manage to exist. * The Super ''Super Mario World World'' [[GameMod ROM hacking]] supplementary tool "Gopher Popcorn Stew". It was named that because during its creation, the discussion of possible names involved a suggestion to just name it something ridiculous and random (for want of anything better), and [[SureLetsGoWithThat the name stuck]].
15th Dec '15 4:58:08 PM AgProv
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The original blue Oyster, an upstate New York food to be venerated.
** The name of the band is an anagram of Cully Stout Beer, which the members of the band claim to have been drinking while they brainstormed. (The [[HeavyMetalUmlaut umlaut]] is just [[RuleOfCool cool]].) However, there's no evidence whatsoever that such a (redundantly named) stout beer ever existed.[[note]]The band are from Long Island, New york. Which boasts both an Oyster Bay and a town called Blue Point, that gave its name to a much-sought-after edible mollusc. Blue Point Oysters from Oyster Bay which connoisseurs would swell their souls for. A foodie cult venerating a blue oyster. Go figure. [[/note]].
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** The name of the band is an anagram of Cully Stout Beer, which the members of the band claim to have been drinking while they brainstormed. (The [[HeavyMetalUmlaut umlaut]] is just [[RuleOfCool cool]].) However, there's no evidence whatsoever that such a (redundantly named) stout beer ever existed.[[note]]The band are from Long Island, New york.York. Which boasts both an Oyster Bay and a town called Blue Point, that gave its name to a much-sought-after edible mollusc. Blue Point Oysters from Oyster Bay Bay, which connoisseurs would swell sell their souls for. A foodie (foodie) cult venerating a blue oyster. Go figure. [[/note]].
15th Dec '15 4:55:42 PM AgProv
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** The name of the band is an anagram of Cully Stout Beer, which the members of the band claim to have been drinking while they brainstormed. (The [[HeavyMetalUmlaut umlaut]] is just [[RuleOfCool cool]].) However, there's no evidence whatsoever that such a (redundantly named) stout beer ever existed.
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** The name of the band is an anagram of Cully Stout Beer, which the members of the band claim to have been drinking while they brainstormed. (The [[HeavyMetalUmlaut umlaut]] is just [[RuleOfCool cool]].) However, there's no evidence whatsoever that such a (redundantly named) stout beer ever existed.[[note]]The band are from Long Island, New york. Which boasts both an Oyster Bay and a town called Blue Point, that gave its name to a much-sought-after edible mollusc. Blue Point Oysters from Oyster Bay which connoisseurs would swell their souls for. A foodie cult venerating a blue oyster. Go figure. [[/note]].
4th Dec '15 2:15:10 PM Willbyr
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* The Japanese title ''Kidou Senkan Nadeshiko'' is a fairly straightforward play on [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam two]] [[Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato classic]] series and the term YamatoNadeshiko. For whatever reason, the English title, ''Manga/MartianSuccessorNadesico'' was taken from the antagonists of TheMovie, who don't even exist in the time frame of the series.
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* The Japanese title ''Kidou Senkan Nadeshiko'' is a fairly straightforward play on [[Anime/MobileSuitGundam two]] [[Anime/UchuuSenkanYamato [[Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato classic]] series and the term YamatoNadeshiko. For whatever reason, the English title, ''Manga/MartianSuccessorNadesico'' was taken from the antagonists of TheMovie, who don't even exist in the time frame of the series.
19th Nov '15 9:27:35 PM MikeK
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* Music/ButtholeSurfers have a lot of song or album titles that are just plain bizarre, but at least one that has a bit of context to it: They titled an EP ''Cream Corn From The Socket Of Davis'' because they wanted the cover art to depict Creator/SammyDavisJr with his glass eye out and cream corn coming out of his socket: They ultimately went with a totally different artwork concept, but kept the title.
14th Nov '15 12:50:01 PM emillang1000
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** Specifically it's a pun. Yugi means "Game," while "-Ou" is a suffix for King/Lord/etc., so the title means both "Game King" and "King Yugi" in Japanese. However, "Game" would be an odd name in English, and the Japanese syntax doesn't translate at all.
10th Nov '15 2:01:40 AM Spindriver
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* Fans always assumed that ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' referred to the lead character, the good-looking CampGay Dillon, and his butt, but nobody knew for sure; some saw it as almost a WordPureeTitle. Then, well into into the comic's second volume, [[http://www.stickydillybuns.com/strips-sdb/what_is_the_password one strip confirmed the meaning of the terms,]] and [[http://www.stickydillybuns.com/strips-sdb/just_what_i_like_to_hear another strip a few days later]] provided further confirmation with a full TitleDrop.

* ''Webcomic/StickyDillyBuns'' is usually assumed to refer to the lead character, the CampGay Dillon, and his butt, but nobody seems to know for sure. So this verges on being a WordPureeTitle.
8th Nov '15 6:48:00 AM videogmer314
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They disabled that over three years ago.
* Amazon.com now lets you create a [[https://www.amazon.com/gp/payphrase/claim/whats-this.html Pay Phrase]], which is just a few random words of your choosing that, when entered on a product page, automatically purchase that product with preset billing and shipping information. Suggested samples include "''[=YourName=]'' 's Fancy Eagles" or "''[=YourName=]'' 's Hidden Amusement."
23rd Oct '15 4:21:21 AM StFan
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** Some of the side-games have some impressively strange and difficult to understand names. ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'' refers to the main character's gun and symbol. ''[[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren Advent Children]]'' is an ironic comparison of Christ to Sephiroth (and there are also a lot of children). ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIIRevenantWings Revenant Wings]]'' might be referring to the lack of emotion of the winged-species, or perhaps the various undead winged-villains. It gets worse: ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'''s old title ''Final Fantasy Versus XIII'', and ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy Type-0}}''. Who even knows what all that even means?
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** Some of the side-games have some impressively strange and difficult to understand names. ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'' refers to the main character's gun and symbol. ''[[Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren Advent Children]]'' is an ironic comparison of Christ to Sephiroth (and there are also a lot of children). ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIIRevenantWings Revenant Wings]]'' might be referring to the lack of emotion of the winged-species, or perhaps the various undead winged-villains. It gets worse: ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'''s old title ''Final Fantasy Versus XIII'', and ''VideoGame/{{Final Fantasy Type-0}}''.''VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0''. Who even knows what all that even means?
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