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12th Dec '17 9:29:00 AM PyroTheMancer
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* In ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'', Kyosuke Munakata went through several traumatic and character breaking moments turning him into a paranoid and half-crazed KnightTemplar. This cumulates in him [[spoiler: fatally stabbing his best friend, Juzo Sakakura,]] and delivering this line. [[spoiler:What Sakakura did turns out to have been lying about Junko being innocent of the disaster at Hope's Peak by way of blackmail. Sane Munakata was willing to overlook this, but crazy Munakata... not so much]].

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* In ''Anime/DanganRonpa3'', Kyosuke Munakata went through several traumatic and character breaking moments turning him into a paranoid and half-crazed KnightTemplar. This cumulates in him [[spoiler: fatally stabbing his best friend, Juzo Sakakura,]] and delivering this line. [[spoiler:What Sakakura did turns out [[spoiler:He does this believing that Juzo had turned to have been lying about Junko the side of despair, after being innocent of told by Kazuo Tengan that everybody was the disaster at Hope's Peak by way of blackmail. Sane Munakata traitor (Which was willing to overlook this, technically true but crazy Munakata... not so much]].for a different reason).]].
24th Nov '17 7:11:49 AM Pilomotor
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* Beckett confronts ''Series/{{Castle}}'' the morning after he broke the rules and saw a murder suspect that he had previously dated. [[OneDialogueTwoConversations She's talking about him messing with her chair. He's talking about kissing the suspect.]] [[spoiler:She already knew, anyway.]]

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* Beckett confronts ''Series/{{Castle}}'' the Played with in ''Series/{{Castle}}''. The morning after he Castle broke the rules and saw privately met with a murder suspect that he had previously dated. dated, Beckett confronts him about something he's done, but doesn't actually specify what she's upset about. [[OneDialogueTwoConversations She's talking about He thinks she knows that he kissed the suspect. It turns out she's actually scolding him for messing with her chair. He's talking about kissing the suspect.chair.]] [[spoiler:She [[spoiler:It later turns out she already knew, anyway.knew about both things, and was using this trope to mess with him.]]
12th Nov '17 10:04:07 AM Valiona
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* In ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'', one article demonstrates the various ways parents do not follow the Constitution. When it gets to the sixth amendment's requirement that the accused be informed of what they're being charged with (see Real Life), a boy who's in trouble asks why his father is mad at him, and the father says "You know what you did! I don't have to tell you!"
13th Oct '17 8:44:21 AM Luc
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* More than one Social Media site will suspend accounts and punish people '''without referring to what caused the punishment'''.

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* More than one Social Media site or message board Moderator will suspend accounts and punish people '''without referring while refusing to state what caused the punishment'''.punishment. Ironically, this can make things even more toxic when the people eventually return, because they now "know" that the people who run the site can and will ban people "for no reason", so now all sins are equal. (There's a reason sites like Wikipedia engage in "warnings" first, and go out of their way to refer to specific events when banning.)
%% Just to be clear: The above refers to Twitter and non-TV Tropes related message boards that shall not be named.
13th Oct '17 8:31:33 AM Luc
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Subtrope of PoorCommunicationKills because if the characters actually talked out the problem, there wouldn't be one. Also a subtrope to BewilderingPunishment because the character getting "punished" is "in the doghouse" until they can convince the other character (who probably isn't listening) to forgive them.

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Subtrope of PoorCommunicationKills because if the characters actually talked out the problem, there wouldn't be one. Also a subtrope to BewilderingPunishment because the character getting "punished" is "in the doghouse" until they can convince the other character (who probably isn't listening) to forgive them. A common (and maddening) form of IdiotBall.


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* More than one Social Media site will suspend accounts and punish people '''without referring to what caused the punishment'''.
8th Jul '17 3:07:23 PM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/XFactor2006:''' Jamie and Theresa get into an argument, which very quickly escalates into shouting and Jamie storming out. Theresa was trying to talk to him about the fact she was pregnant because of a previous night with him, while Jamie's mind was on other matters. Monet, who'd been watching the whole thing, points out afterwards that Jamie wasn't on the same page as Theresa, using ''Three's Company'' as an example.
20th May '17 6:13:20 AM ironballs16
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* There's a old British joke playing on this trope that runs, more or less, as follows: A satirist sends every Member of Parliament an anonymous telegram reading "ALL IS KNOWN: FLY AT ONCE." The next day, half of Parliament fails to show up for work. According to legend, Creator/MarkTwain once did this [[WithFriendsLikeThese to his friends]].

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* There's a old British joke playing on this trope that runs, more or less, as follows: A satirist sends every Member of Parliament an anonymous telegram reading "ALL "[[ParanoiaFuel ALL IS KNOWN: FLY AT ONCE.ONCE]]." The next day, half of Parliament fails to show up for work. According to legend, Creator/MarkTwain once did this [[WithFriendsLikeThese to his friends]].
20th May '17 6:04:52 AM ironballs16
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* A nonromantic variant gets played with in one issue of ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}''. The Trickster phones in a tip to the media that gives away her identity as mayoral candidate Selina Kyle, and she flies into a rage at him for outing her -- and then it turns out that it was meant as a generic political smear campaign and the identification was a coincidence. [[spoiler:And then he legitimately figures it out.]]

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* A nonromantic variant gets played with in one issue of ''ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}''. The Trickster phones in a tip to the media that gives away her identity as mayoral candidate Selina Kyle, and she flies into a rage at him for outing her -- and then it turns out that it was meant as a generic political smear campaign [[AccidentalTruth and the identification was a coincidence.coincidence]]. [[spoiler:And then he legitimately figures it out.]]
25th Mar '17 4:31:30 PM NNinja
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* Justified in Fanfic/ACompleteTurnabout. Maya is pissed at Phoenix and doesn't tell him why, because for all she knows he should be well aware of what the problem is. It just happens that unknown to Maya the Phoenix she's talking with is a Phoenix from AlternateUniverse, who has now whay of knowing what his counterpart screwed up.

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* Justified in Fanfic/ACompleteTurnabout.''Fanfic/ACompleteTurnabout''. Maya is pissed at Phoenix and doesn't tell him why, because for all she knows he should be well aware of what the problem is. It just happens that unknown to Maya the Phoenix she's talking with is a Phoenix from AlternateUniverse, who has now whay of knowing what his counterpart screwed up.
25th Mar '17 4:30:26 PM NNinja
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* Justified in Fanfic/ACompleteTurnabout. Maya is pissed at Phoenix and doesn't tell him why, because for all she knows he should be well aware of what the problem is. It just happens that unknown to Maya the Phoenix she's talking with is a Phoenix from AlternateUniverse, who has now whay of knowing what his counterpart screwed up.
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