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17th Jun '16 5:09:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''That70sShow'' does this in combination with a ContinuityNod from an earlier episode.

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* ''That70sShow'' ''Series/That70sShow'' does this in combination with a ContinuityNod from an earlier episode.
3rd Jun '16 12:18:32 PM Monolaf317
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* In the first volume of ''Rabbit and Bear Paws'', Bear blows his cover by excitedly shouting when his mother mentions the possible reward of maple candy.
19th May '16 5:12:23 PM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Daria}}'', a DreamSequence that parodies ''MurderSheWrote'' has Daria investigating the murder of Kevin, that she's been framed for. She says that she coated her locker (where the murder weapon was planted) with a clear paint that changes color over time, and the hands of whoever was in her locker would be turning pink any minute. Three suspects check their hands, then she says she made the whole thing up since only the guilty party would look.

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* In ''{{Daria}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Daria}}'', a DreamSequence that parodies ''MurderSheWrote'' ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' has Daria investigating the murder of Kevin, that she's been framed for. She says that she coated her locker (where the murder weapon was planted) with a clear paint that changes color over time, and the hands of whoever was in her locker would be turning pink any minute. Three suspects check their hands, then she says she made the whole thing up since only the guilty party would look.
2nd May '16 1:54:25 PM GlassRain
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* How Cake Girl in ''Webcomic.{{Gloomverse}}'' [[http://gloomverse.smackjeeves.com/comics/1804848/the-magic-show-part-2-page-5/ figures out the origin of Harold's partial-invisibility]].



* A Russian proverbial story tells about a guy who spots a pickpocket in the market. Nobody else sees it, though, so the quickwitted fellow points in the thief's general direction and shouts: "That ''thief's'' hat is on fire!" [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments The crook instinctively grabs his headgear...]]
* Very similarly, in a Serbian folk tale, St. Sava (the man that established the Serbian Orthodox Church) was asked to use his wisdom to find a thief in a crowd. He replied with "Oh, that's easy. It's the guy with the bee on his hat!" pointing out into the crowd's general direction. Of course, the guy waves his hand to chase off the (nonexistant) bee, and gets caught.

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* A Russian proverbial story tells about a guy who spots a pickpocket in the market. Nobody else sees it, though, so the quickwitted quick-witted fellow points in the thief's general direction and shouts: "That ''thief's'' hat is on fire!" [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments The crook instinctively grabs his headgear...]]
* Very similarly, in a Serbian folk tale, St. Sava (the man that established the Serbian Orthodox Church) was asked to use his wisdom to find a thief in a crowd. He replied with "Oh, that's easy. It's the guy with the bee on his hat!" pointing out into the crowd's general direction. Of course, the guy waves his hand to chase off the (nonexistant) (nonexistent) bee, and gets caught.



** Alternatively, an old trick amongst pickpockets working in groups is to have one person turn to a friend and (loudly) proclaim "Somebody stole my wallet!" The marks nearby instantly will pat their own wallets, broadcasting the location of their valuables.

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** Alternatively, an old trick amongst among pickpockets working in groups is to have one person turn to a friend and (loudly) proclaim "Somebody stole my wallet!" The marks nearby instantly will pat their own wallets, broadcasting the location of their valuables.
28th Apr '16 12:19:23 AM aye_amber
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* This is how Videl figured out that Gohan was Saiyaman in the ''Manga/DragonBallZ'' manga.

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* This is how Videl figured out that Gohan was Saiyaman in the ''Manga/DragonBallZ'' ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' manga.
19th Apr '16 8:56:01 AM hoodiecrow
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* A complex variant in ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'': Doctor Manhattan can "remember" events happening in his future. It's immensely confusing for others to be told by him that "we will go to X, and there you will tell me about Y", and later, when the other casually mentions Y, Manhattan is startled, because they've just reached the point in time when he learns about this. You Just Told Me indeed.
13th Apr '16 3:26:31 AM Tron80
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* In Fanfic/ThousandShinji'': When [[spoiler:Kaworu]] shows up, he gives away [[HumanoidAbomination his true nature]] to Shinji by [[spoiler:referring to humanity as "Lilim".]]
27th Mar '16 8:25:08 PM nombretomado
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* Carson uses this on Mrs Patmore to find out Mrs Hughes might have cancer on DowntonAbbey.

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* Carson uses this on Mrs Patmore to find out Mrs Hughes might have cancer on DowntonAbbey.''Series/DowntonAbbey''.
27th Mar '16 3:40:07 PM nombretomado
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* In IronManArmoredAdventures, Pepper has a hunch that Tony Stark is Iron Man, so she confronts him about it and he casually asks how she figured it out. You just told me. Though in his defense she did give him some good reasons that he believed she already knew, she was practically just confirming it by this point.

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* In IronManArmoredAdventures, ''IronManArmoredAdventures'', Pepper has a hunch that Tony Stark is Iron Man, so she confronts him about it and he casually asks how she figured it out. You just told me. Though in his defense she did give him some good reasons that he believed she already knew, she was practically just confirming it by this point.



* ''{{Doug}}'': A [[JerkAss douchebag]] student named Willy claims his teacher is incompetent and tries to get her fired. In front of an assembly, Doug asks Willy questions about classic novels, [[ObfuscatingStupidity mangling the details along the way]]. Willy smugly corrects Doug at every turn...but Doug points out that he and Willy learned all of that stuff in the teacher's class, so she has to be decent at her job. Willy has no choice but to drop his suit.

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* ''{{Doug}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'': A [[JerkAss douchebag]] student named Willy claims his teacher is incompetent and tries to get her fired. In front of an assembly, Doug asks Willy questions about classic novels, [[ObfuscatingStupidity mangling the details along the way]]. Willy smugly corrects Doug at every turn...but Doug points out that he and Willy learned all of that stuff in the teacher's class, so she has to be decent at her job. Willy has no choice but to drop his suit.
19th Mar '16 1:28:31 AM Hossmeister
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