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15th May '18 3:25:36 AM Vir
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* In the second ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' movie, ''TheUltimateEnemy'', after Danny asks Future Vlad what happened to [[spoiler:Danny's human half]], Vlad only tells him, "Some things, my boy, are better left unsaid..."

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* In the second ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' movie, ''TheUltimateEnemy'', ''WesternAnimation/TheUltimateEnemy'', after Danny asks Future Vlad what happened to [[spoiler:Danny's human half]], Vlad only tells him, "Some things, my boy, are better left unsaid..."
5th May '18 10:14:39 PM CnHGirl
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': For SCP-231, the containment procedure 110-Montauk is designed to keep the pregnant girl (age unspecified) from giving birth to a creature that will cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. All but the vaguest details regarding 110-Montauk are expunged and redacted; the only details we get are that it's horrifically inhumane[[note]]The writer states it's [[RapeAsDrama not the obvious answer]], ''but worse than that'']].[[/note]], that only non-violent D-class personnel are ever to be given authorization to carry out the procedure[[note]]to minimize unnecessary prolonging of the procedure[[/note]], that it's so agonizing to the one carrying out the procedure that those who do it are routinely given LaserGuidedAmnesia to prevent psychological damage[[note]]one researcher has already committed suicide[[/note]], and that the subject has to be [[AndIMustScream awake, lucid, and aware of what's happening to her or it won't work]].[[note]]She also can't be killed, and the fetus can't simply be aborted.[[/note]] The O5 council, the leaders of the Foundation who already operate with dubious morals at the best of times, are disgusted with themselves that this is the best they can do in this case and avoid talking about it as much as possible; case in point, the photo that would normally accompany the article isn't only missing, it's pointedly removed by order of the O5. The article is screaming this trope with the amount of redaction alone.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': For SCP-231, the containment procedure 110-Montauk is designed to keep the pregnant girl (age unspecified) from giving birth to a creature that will cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. All but the vaguest details regarding 110-Montauk are expunged and redacted; the only details we get are that it's horrifically inhumane[[note]]The writer states it's [[RapeAsDrama not the obvious answer]], ''but worse than that'']].[[/note]], that only non-violent D-class personnel are ever to be given authorization to carry out the procedure[[note]]to minimize unnecessary prolonging of the procedure[[/note]], that it's so agonizing to the one carrying out the procedure that those who do it are routinely given LaserGuidedAmnesia to prevent psychological damage[[note]]one researcher has already committed suicide[[/note]], damage[[note]]the suicide rate was disproportionately high for personnel who developed/performed 110-Montauk[[/note]], and that the subject has to be [[AndIMustScream awake, lucid, and aware of what's happening to her or it won't work]].[[note]]She also can't be killed, and the fetus can't simply be aborted.aborted, and she has to be mind-wiped once a week so the trauma and anguish are fresh, since that makes it more effective.[[/note]] The O5 council, the leaders of the Foundation who already operate with dubious morals at the best of times, are disgusted with themselves that this is the best they can do in this case and avoid talking about it as much as possible; case in point, the photo that would normally accompany the article isn't only missing, it's pointedly removed by order of the O5. The article is screaming this trope with the amount of redaction alone.
5th May '18 10:05:24 PM CnHGirl
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': For SCP-231, the containment procedure 110-Montauk is designed to keep the pregnant girl (age unspecified) from giving birth to a creature that will cause TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt. All but the vaguest details regarding 110-Montauk are expunged and redacted; the only details we get are that it's horrifically inhumane[[note]]The writer states it's [[RapeAsDrama not the obvious answer]], ''but worse than that'']].[[/note]], that only non-violent D-class personnel are ever to be given authorization to carry out the procedure[[note]]to minimize unnecessary prolonging of the procedure[[/note]], that it's so agonizing to the one carrying out the procedure that those who do it are routinely given LaserGuidedAmnesia to prevent psychological damage[[note]]one researcher has already committed suicide[[/note]], and that the subject has to be [[AndIMustScream awake, lucid, and aware of what's happening to her or it won't work]].[[note]]She also can't be killed, and the fetus can't simply be aborted.[[/note]] The O5 council, the leaders of the Foundation who already operate with dubious morals at the best of times, are disgusted with themselves that this is the best they can do in this case and avoid talking about it as much as possible; case in point, the photo that would normally accompany the article isn't only missing, it's pointedly removed by order of the O5. The article is screaming this trope with the amount of redaction alone.
2nd May '18 11:19:55 PM Mdumas43073
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28th Apr '18 7:15:19 AM Taxima
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* The pilot for ''WebAnimation/KnightsOfAllRealms'' starts after the knights have traded a dragon tooth to the Tooth Fairy for a large sack of coins. When Arla asks Lady Bugg what the Tooth Fairy does with all those teeth, Lady Bugg insists that she ''doesn't'' want to know and that it's creepy.



-->'''[[LargeHam Blobert Smith]]''': “My character deals with his post traumatic stress by putting porridge up his nose on moonlit nights.”

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-->'''[[LargeHam Blobert Smith]]''': “My character deals with his post traumatic post-traumatic stress by putting porridge up his nose on moonlit nights.”
6th Mar '18 8:12:11 AM TheGoodWario
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* Anything that will prompt someone to say "Don't Google that".
28th Jan '18 3:06:46 PM JMQwilleran
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* In ''Franchise/StarWars: Jedi Academy: The Phantom Bully'', the bully in question in the title (actually bullies, though this isn't revealed until the end) release hundreds of clones of a voorpak named Voorpee which the main protagonist Roan Novachez and his girlfriend Gaiana are performing in a talent show with. Mr. Garfield, his super-strict lightsaber instructor, thinks he's to blame and asks him "WHAT'S GOING ON, NOVACHEZ?!" to which he replies "You don't want to know."
24th Jan '18 3:46:20 AM tropower
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* WesternAnimation/TexAveryMGMCartoons: In the Droopy cartoon ''The Three Little Pups'', Droopy is watching television with his two brothers in one scene; the Wolf tries to suck them up with a giant straw, only to grab the televison instead (and end up with it lodged in his stomach). Two scenes later, Droopy and his brothers are watching television again, and Droopy looks at the camera and says, "Now don't ask how we got the TV back..."

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* WesternAnimation/TexAveryMGMCartoons: In the Droopy cartoon ''The Three Little Pups'', Droopy is watching television with his two brothers in one scene; the Wolf tries to suck them up with a giant straw, only to grab the televison instead (and end up with it lodged in his stomach). Two scenes later, Droopy and his brothers are watching television again, and Droopy looks at the camera and says, "Now don't ask us how we got the TV television set back..."
21st Jan '18 11:32:33 AM Neosonic97
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* Played for comedy in ''Videogame/JakIIRenegade'', which doubles as a case of GettingCrapPastTheRadar. Specifically, this exchange at the end of the game:
-->(Onin makes hand gestures)
-->'''Daxter''': What'd she say?
-->'''Pecker''': Something about rubber tubing and certain parts of your mother. You don't wanna know.
16th Jan '18 1:34:02 PM AnoneMouseJr
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--->'''Misato''':''"You keep telling yourself that. So... you going for a vee or a full triad?"''\\
'''Asuka''':''"Wha-a...? I don't know what you mean!"''\\
'''Misato''':''"I can read English as well as you can, Asuka. I saw the book cover."''\\
'''Asuka''':(sighinh)''"I don't know yet. I'm hoping for a triad, I don't think I could cope with a vee if the fulcrum was someone else. And how do you even know what those words mean?"''\\
'''Misato''':''"There are parts of my dating history you probably don't want to know about."''\\

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--->'''Misato''':''"You --->'''Misato''':'' "You keep telling yourself that. So... you going for a vee or a full triad?"''\\
'''Asuka''':''"Wha-a...'''Asuka''':'' "Wha-a...? I don't know what you mean!"''\\
'''Misato''':''"I '''Misato''':'' "I can read English as well as you can, Asuka. I saw the book cover."''\\
'''Asuka''':(sighinh)''"I '''Asuka''' (sighing):'' "I don't know yet. I'm hoping for a triad, I don't think I could cope with a vee if the fulcrum was someone else. And how do you even know what those words mean?"''\\
'''Misato''':''"There '''Misato''':'' "There are parts of my dating history you probably don't want to know about."''\\



* In ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' the school gym teacher Jim is very closemouthed about his past. While he often ''mentions'' his previous careers, he usually says "I'd rather not talk about it" when pressed about them. This catchphrase was actually the title of an episode where he was the central character. (In that episode, he actually ''does'' talk about it.)
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy}}'', Grim gives Billy a gumball machine that yields a limitless amount of gum, but warns him never to swallow the gum. When asked what will happen if he does, Grim says, "Trust me, you don't wanna know. If I had skin, it would be crawling." [[spoiler: Billy eventually ignores this warning, and we find out that swallowing the gum causes "an unimaginably horrible rash from another dimension." Though Billy initially has bubbles and gum coming out of his body before it actually happens. The rash was what it said on the label.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'' the ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko'': The school gym teacher Jim is very closemouthed about his past. While he often ''mentions'' his previous careers, he usually says "I'd rather not talk about it" when pressed about them.them, except for two notable cases: once when he says he's not ''allowed'' to talk about it (it involved government work), and once when he'd have loved to talk about it (it involved skateboarding), but he didn't have time because he was too busy with something school-related right then. This catchphrase was actually the title of an episode where he was the central character. (In that episode, he actually ''does'' talk about it.)
* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy}}'', ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'', Grim gives Billy a gumball machine that yields a limitless amount of gum, but warns him never to swallow the gum. When asked what will happen if he does, Grim says, "Trust me, you don't wanna know. If I had skin, it would be crawling." [[spoiler: Billy eventually ignores this warning, and we find out that swallowing the gum causes "an unimaginably horrible rash from another dimension." Though Billy initially has bubbles and gum coming out of his body before it actually happens. The rash was what it said on the label.]]
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